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Jorge Majfud

Jorge Majfud

Jorge Majfud is an Uruguayan-American writer and an associate professor at Jacksonville University.

Articles by this author

 

Cuba and the US: The Difference Between Dictatorship and Tyranny

By all Western standards it can be said that Cuba is a dictatorship, but it is necessary to remember that the United States is the tyranny that created it, a brutal tyranny that has been going on for at least two hundred years.

Jorge Majfud ·


Consumerism, Another Inheritance From the Slavery System

The new 'help' from Washington would end up imposing a new wave of dictatorships and the carrot of consumerism would impose itself upon every other dimension of human life as an act of faith, an incontrovertible dogma.

Jorge Majfud ·



The Latin American Migration Crisis Was Born Out of Greed and Myths About Race

In Unwanted People, historian Aviva Chomsky’s essays explore the roots of this violent history.

Sarah E. Parker ·


The Slow Suicide of the West

What is more Western than democracy and concentration camps?

Jorge Majfud ·


Why the Government’s Hunt for the Migrant Poor Is a Perfect Distraction From the Real Problems of Our Time

The powerful old men who rule the world have an existential advantage, which is that they won’t live to see the fruits of their hate and greed.

Jorge Majfud ·


Brazil: The Eternal Country of the Future Trapped in Its Colonial Past

Those who oppose Bolsonaro in Brazil, like those who oppose Trump in the United States, do not understand the new cowangry mentality

Jorge Majfud ·

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