Archives: alternative history
Sunday, February 21, 2021
[Millennials’ Voices] Bread and butter, but at what cost? – A glimpse into the Indian farmers’ protest movement
By Keya Shirali At the time I began synthesizing my research for writing up this article about some of the media attention and government retaliation the Indian farmers’ protest movement has garnered, it was still mid-December 2020. Now in the midst of February 2021, there has been an influx of rapidly developing information and...
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Other Stories of COVID-19
Credit: Globalresearch.ca By Ghadah Alrasheed I write this while at home following my province’s social distancing rules and homeschooling my kids. The furthest I go is our local grocery store. If we ever need to spend any time outside, our backyard will be the main location. Although very unfamiliar, this situation is weirdly nostalgic....
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Reclaiming Alternative History: Indonesian’s massacre of 1965-1966
Thirty three years ago today, September 30th 1965, marked the beginning of the anticommunist massacre in Indonesia — a bloodbath considered to be one of the worst atrocities of the 20th century. In a singular official version of the event propagated by the Indonesian government, the day marked the "day of betrayal" by the...