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Ide Cyan

"Women's oppression has been going on for millenia and there have been tons of excuses for it but never has anyone put forward a logical argument for it."


Grrrrr*mutters*MatildaJoslyinGage*grumble*...

Never, my arse.

badgerbag

well... ! true enough, and you can look back further to the french revolution. at least.

Debbie

A few months ago, I heard Susan Sontag's son ("David Something" and he didn't identify himself with Sontag, I just can't remember his last name) talk about exactly the issue of humanitarian intervention. He's been a journalist in the 3rd world all his life, and has pretty much come to the conclusion that 95% of humanitarian intervention does more harm than good. His exceptions are the situations where "interveners" are actually working with the people of the culture and taking a second (or third or fourth) chair to the people who understand the situation. He has a new book about just this, which I could track down with 3 minutes on the net, if anyone wanted me to bother.

The one organization he praised specifically was the Catholic Sant'Egidio community.

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