I was asked by some people to upload my speech from Marxism, for those who were unable to attend. Having listened to the damned thing, I am reluctant to allow this talk to be used for anything other than a form of slow torture. And, at any rate, the organisers of Marxism partially rely on sales of the CDs of the talks (which cost a measly £3 a go and can be ordered from Bookmarks
). But I don't suppose they would mind if I posted a segment. So here is the first fifteen minutes of me babbling, stumbling over syllables, and offering a potted analysis of liberal justification for the 'war on terror':
Call Bookmarks and offer them three quid plus postage for the CD, why not?
Labels: colonialism, imperial ideology, imperialism, marxism 2008, the liberal defense of murder