So it's been a couple of years since I went back to University to take this course. It was called Indigenous Art, Activism & Resistance and it was pretty far outside my comfort zone, although it was worth it in the long run. Small word of advice for those of you who feel alienated from young … Continue reading Leadership? (Ground Level)
We were born 18 If you think we're strange You ought to see the others So the other night I got surprised. Actually I got totally blindsided, but in a good way. A few weeks back, I was talking about A Tribe Called Red and contrasting their music and their protest with the dreck Douglas … Continue reading Encountering John Trudell
It’s another briefing everybody! About time, too. I was starting to lose track of what was happening with all this action! Col Dobson’s is just so ready to deliver this briefing, you would not believe how ready he is! But as we saw in the previous section, the nefarious Jack Hemp actually wanted to skip … Continue reading 44 – Road Blocks!
Hello everyone! I've been planning this for a while, but the project kept getting bigger and bigger as I went on. It's going to keep growing, but I figured now's as good a time as any to put this out there. So this here's a glossary of terms specific to Canada, the Canadian Armed Forces, … Continue reading Glossary of Terms – March 2019
Quiet now, everyone! After almost a year of blogging and forty two posts covering a hundred and fifty five pages of an awful novel, we're finally here! We’re about to hear the Prime Minister speak! Here he is, ladies and gentlemen! The man who’s won a majority government at least twice in the bloody arena … Continue reading 43-The boss?
A fourth wall break is what happens when a character in a film or TV show turns to face the camera and speaks directly to the audience, often while the rest of the cast either pauses for the monologue, or carries on with the action without noticing. Netflix’s House of Cards is probably the most … Continue reading 42-Prime Minister Jack…Hemp?
The next several parts of Uprising deals with Douglas Bland's views on politicians and how they think/operate. As a lifelong resident of Ottawa, I'm naturally adverse to hearing criticism of the company that keeps my town afloat. This is a government town. Take your fancy high-paying, white collar, non-unionised jobs back to Montreal or Toronto … Continue reading Grip & Grin