Sunday, October 17, 2010


Stateless nations do indeed have institutions to nourish and protect their indigenous societies. They may seem to some to be anarchic in demanding the freedom to be self-determinant, but they nevertheless operate within a political framework that recognizes distinct and compelling laws to accomplish their definition of order. Working at times in tandem with others who view subverting the dominant order behind globalization as morally obligating, they are sometimes characterized as anarchist, though they are no more so than any other revolutionaries seeking a more equitable order.

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