February 17, 2013

Tar Sands and Accountability #NoKXL

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1 comment:

  1. cool reflection, thanks for the video. I disagree with some points here and there, but I see the validity of the argument. Mainly, this is my doubt: sure, the march won't make Obama change his mind, but marches are more than that. They can also be cloisters of discussions and breeding grounds for new ideas, with direct human contact (very important factor that us digital activist tend to neglect). I didn't go to Washington for similar reasons than those presented in your video, but I do think that could have been a good place to spread ideas like your own... Not to mention the International visibility and impact of such a huge movement. Obama won't, but people will change their minds after the government does nothing, and perhaps the inertia of the movement can be redirected in more effective ways. I am not a big socialist, but Trotsky calls similar process 'transition programs', might be worth checking that out. Again, thanks for the video, I will follow the updates! Peace