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Imperial Abduction: The Globalization of Residential Schooling

August 29, 2014 by


The following is an extract from my chapter, “Imperial Abduction Lore and Humanitarian Seduction,” which serves as the introduction to Good Intentions: Norms and Practices of Imperial Humanitarianism (Montreal: Alert Press, 2014), pp. 1-34: In Canada, there have been official government apologies for the abuses committed during the residential schooling era (which lasted until 1996), […]

ANTHROPOLOGY–The Definitive Definition (2nd edition)

December 11, 2012 by


ANTHROPOLOGY–DEFINITION an·thro·pol·o·gy  /ˌanTHrəˈpäləjē/ Noun The professional looting of other cultures, by persons with few original or significant ideas of their own. Institutionalized raiding among academics, by persons with few original or significant ideas of their own. An established sport among white people which, like cricket, has been exported internationally and is sometimes unnecessarily copied by […]

A Tear for Africa: Humanitarian Abduction and Reduction

August 1, 2012 by

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Helpless, pleading, wanting, needing, small, weak, staring at you, black–this is the anti-bogeyman invented by Western humanitarianism, what passes as morality in the ideology of empire (yet again). Past the time of a London Missionary Society, we now have the Responsibility to Protect (R2P), the moral dogma of a white, western elite that projects its […]

HTS Hostage Issa Salomi Lived Off Base: John Stanton

February 15, 2010 by


HTS Hostage Issa Salomi Lived Off Base: SOS From the Island of Misfit Toys by John Stanton Monday, 15 February, 2010 “As a taxpayer I find repugnant the gross negligence and criminal activity that takes place at HTS.  People’s lives  are at stake!” “Sad part is, this is not news,” said Human Terrain System observers. There […]


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