Reflections from the Ah­nish­i­nah­bæójib­way (We, the People)


April 24, 1993

[unpublished]

One of the reasons that the people in the higher levels of Western European hierarchy put everything they have into keeping their position is that they’re afraid of getting a taste of their own medicine.  The people at the top, like George Bush, are so isolated they don’t even known what’s going on.  They live in their own little Utopia, and self-righteously parrot the slogan that oppression is the fault of the oppressed.  Rather than addressing the social problems from which they personally benefit, they buy more locks, more keys, more prison cells, and more police “protection.”  Why don’t they just put barbed wire around the whole country, and admit that it’s a prison and we’re all slaves.  Gassing and burning people who think differently is not the answer.  All of us are human beings—we must stop this “war and peace” and work for a non-violent and harmonious society, and make this a better world.  It can be done.




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