Drawing on one of the world’s most influential anti-colonial scholars and revolutionaries, Frantz Fanon, Professor Spivak speaks on the root cause of the unceasing waves of violence against and by Israel when she points out that the violence by the colonizer/oppressor violence generates violence by the colonized/oppressed. To end this, the colonial conditions must first end.
A Global Rally Against US-led De-funding of Palestinian Aid Agency UNRWA: Pre-recorded Messages of Protest
This compilation of pre-recorded messages of solidarity with Palestinian people follows the stand-alone recording by the world-renowned feminist scholar and black revolutionary thinker Angela Davis of the University of California at Santa Cruz.
Mairead Maguire (79) has a message for Israel and western leaders who finance, arm and protect the worst Zionist government in the history of Israel’s founding since May 1948: “Israel cannot build peace on genocide. We have got to find more humane ways to solve our problems.”
Dr Mahathir on Euro-American Imperialist Crimes and the Countries’ need for Cooperation against the Existential Threat of Climate Change
In his hour-long dialogue on FORSEA YouTube Channel, former two-times Prime Minister of Malaysia Dr Mahathir Mohamad (98) shared his no-hold-barred reflections on the sordid state of the world, still in the grip of the Euro-American powers
World’s Oldest Statesman Dr Mahathir Mohamad reflects on Western Imperialisms and offers a forward-looking post-United Nations vision of peace for a world threatened by Climate Change.
The Palestinian Question: Perennial Violence, Liberation Struggle and Israel’s Genocidal Annexation of Palestine
FORSEA Critical Dialogue LIVE: With Professor Mazin Qumsiyeh | 13th October 2023 | 7:30 an London; 9:30 am Jerusalem; 2:30 pm Kuala Lumpur & Singapore; 1:30 pm BKK, Jakarta & Phnon Penh.
Myanmar’s Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement of 2015: A Critical Look at Myanmar Military’s Peace and State Building since 1962
While the country’s largest armed organization – the Tatmadaw as the country’s armed forces is known - did not trigger the initial wave of armed revolts which sprang up following the country’s independence from Britain in 1948, the military’s policies and approaches to legitimate political grievances are most certainly responsible for the subsequent proliferation and prolongation of the armed conflicts.
Former Political Prisoners from Japan and Myanmar share experiences of interrogation and imprisonment by the genocidal military
Toru Kobuta, the 27-year-old documentary filmmaker from Tokyo, and Ko Aung (57), founding member of the All Burma Federation of Student Unions All Burma Federation of Student Unions ((ABFSU), talked about their ordeals in the hands of Myanmar’s notorious military intelligence agents.