Saturday, 25 August 2012
Breton Arrested After Visit to Arts Council of Wales Stand at Inter-Celtic Festival « The Celtic League
Posted by cornubian at 11:29
Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Friday, 3 August 2012
Now that's multicultural for you. An interview in a national minority language (Breton) about a traditional music event with a couple of black musicians wiping the floor with the competition in the background.
Not the kind of thing you'd find on the websites of the various antifascist yet state-nationalist organisations that seem to be two-a-penny in the UK, France, Spain etc.
In their defence of the old imperialist states - institutionally intolerant of their original national minorities as well as any other minority group that menaces the establishments hold on power - these anti-racist organisations seem at times more part of the problem than any kind of solution.
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