Arundhati Roy – Things That Can and Cannot Be Said

Link to an interview with Arundhati Roy by John Cusack:

“Things That Can and Cannot Be Said”

Another part of the interview: “What Shall We Love”


Bonus links: Non-Violence: A History Beyond the Myth and How Nonviolence Protects the State and “If Governments Believe So Much in Nonviolence, They Should Try It” and Socialism and War (“Socialists have always condemned war between nations as barbarous and brutal. But our attitude towards war is fundamentally different from that of the bourgeois pacifists (supporters and advocates of peace) and of the Anarchists. We differ froth the former in that we understand the inevitable connection between wars and the class struggle within the country; we understand that war cannot be abolished unless classes are abolished and Socialism is created; and we also differ in that we fully regard civil wars, i.e., wars waged by the oppressed class against the oppressing class, slaves against slave-owners, serfs against land-owners, and wage-workers against the bourgeoisie, as legitimate, progressive and necessary.”)