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P. g. pp. 54-5, 58, 84-5). In one passage, he describes bearded Islamists in the Kosovar town of Pec attacking Albanians holding a candlelit vigil to mourn the American victims of 9/11 (p. 60). Deliso’s account of the aggressive way in which the Wahhabite movement is attempting to penetrate the Balkans, and the lack of receptivity on the part of native Muslims to it, is not uninteresting or uninformative. This is an important subject, and it is a pity that it is drowned in a sea of unsubstantiated propaganda directed against the Balkan Muslims and against Western policy, propaganda which his account of Wahhabite activities actually undermines.
This decision is not so strange if one recalls the kind of political education and culture of a young American, like myself, who had participated in the civil rights movement and demonstrated against the war in Vietnam in the mid-1960s. Our protests against segregation had some successes, but our criticism of the Vietnam adventure seemed to fall on deaf ears. It seemed that we were caught in a trap by trying to use the language of liberalism against the liberal system and its anti-communist rhetoric – a practice that only seemed to reinforce the problems we were trying to solve.
Although he was not really a political philosopher (despite his grand existential-Hegelian-Marxist Critique of Dialectical Reason ), his was a moral stance built on the denunciation of what he called ‘les salauds,’ who manipulated the freedom that is essential to the humanity of the individual (including their own). S. demanded nothing better than, with Voltaire, to ‘écrasez l’infâme’ (although we wanted to find the material means to realize the task). In stark contrast, AngloAmerican analytic philosophy, which confined itself to analyzing ordinary language and abstract logic, led only to the confirmation of existing social relations.
Democratiya 13 Summer 2008 by alan johnson (ed)