by Rich

Arundhati Roy is one of the bravest human beings alive today, and the things she talks and writes about are some of the most astonishing, heartbreaking and enraging issues that humanity faces. She also makes it abundantly clear that these atrocities are not happening to a small marginalised group of indigenous people in an insignificant corner of the world, but an essential part of the attempt by global elites to brutally appropriate our common wealth, and that solidarity with the fight of India’s landless indigenous peoples to survive in the face of attempted genocide must be an integral part of our own political activity. Today she spoke at a packed meeting in Friend’s Meeting House, London on behalf of the International Campaign Against War on the People of India.

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