Lies in the Classroom

History is like maths.¬†Things which already happend and which are therefore easy to tell. But that depends on who’s telling it.

In reality, history is a very biased area of teaching and especially a very biased way of thinking. History is not just what-really-happened-in-the-past, but a complex intersection of truths, bias and Continue reading


Payback Time

For once it’s the other way around: the North is piling up debt in the South. Only that this time it is not about money.

Ecological debt is much more real and ubiquitous than the financial one. With Climate Change threatening us all over the planet, the scars the ecological plundering has left behind are becoming more visible and history is continously repeating itself. Continue reading