System of Theft

by January 15, 2013

While the disease of aggression cannot be eradicated, the doctrine of domination it’s founded on can be constrained. By examining the colonialism of globalization that targets indigenous nations, activist scholars illuminate the essence of the conflict between capitalism and the Fourth World. As the system of theft of settler states like Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States is called into question under the international human rights regime, inoculating vulnerable populations against the disease of aggression is imperative.

On the January 10 Global Research News Hour, host Michael Welch interviews indigenous activist Robert Animiiki Horton and Professor Anthony Hall about the historical and legal backdrop to indigenous resistance in Canada, and the challenges facing Idle No More.

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