The Award

The Award

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A play. A poor little Taliban boy coming from a poor background, this meets the standards - all those endless rights awards always went to people with wealthy backgrounds, from Gandhi to Malala - there s something bloody wrong worldwide - the idea of a rights awards comes from the western world, something must be wrong with the western world - even Mandela came from a wealthy background of kings - there s something wrong with all those awards - according the French Revolution equality is a human right - all the hailed Native Americans came from wealthy backgrounds, all chiefs and kings - it s everywhere the same - not even in a war the poor get the big awards - as the poor Taliban boy get the rigths award, soldiers from other countries questioned their role and culture, what kind of culture do they defend, a culture that hails the wealthy and gives any important role to the wealthy including the awards (the OECD got it anyway and criticized the procedures, without much change) ? - Salman Rushdie hails and follows people with rights awards, all those people come from wealthy backgrounds - it s something wrong - the poor always are hailed as unknown volunteers at big meetings for countless volunteers - and then a poor Taliban boy, a scandal, gets a human rights more

Product details

  • Paperback | 68 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 4mm | 77g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507867468
  • 9781507867464

About Andreas Urstadt

contradiction is dao s flow weakness is dao s walkability not honouring the worthy prevents people from strife Laozishow more