Monday, July 22, 2013

Between Commitment and Venality

As Wrong Kind of Green reports, World Wildlife Fund is the #1 green lobby in the world. It is also the most corrupt. As exposed in the documentary film Silence of the Pandas, the World Wildlife Fund walks what WKOG calls, "a constant tightrope between commitment and venality," displacing both wildlife and indigenous peoples in the process.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

New Publication from Public Good

Communications in Conflict -- a collaboration of Public Good Project and Intercontinental Cry Magazine, under the creative direction of Wrong Kind of Green -- is now available as an e-book.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Illuminating Indigenous Liberation

Friday, July 05, 2013

Public Good Welcomes Cory Morningstar

Cory Morningstar is an activist and investigative journalist in Canada who is, in the vein of Public Good, a volunteer engaged in defending democracy.

Cory and her colleagues publish Wrong Kind of Green, and are respected for their thorough and poignant criticisms of the non-profit industrial complex. Cory and I have corresponded off and on for over a year, and I recently invited her to become a Public Good Project correspondent. To my delight, she has accepted.

Welcome Cory!

Tool of Transparency

Intercontinental Cry Magazine, like Wikileaks, uses the tool of transparency to seek justice for the abused. As the only news magazine devoted to the world indigenous movement, a world without IC is a world where indigenous peoples can be abused with impunity. Help keep IC online by making a contribution today.

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Normalizing the Abnormal

Because we have normalized the abnormal -- where governance is based on theft and violence -- protest, rather than resistance, has made political revolution theatrical rather than dynamic.