Saturday, March 5, 2011

Extraordinary Discourse 006



I saw a sort of fat bottle, like a pot with a narrow mouth. I think it was made of clay and it was covered with little pieces of mirrors. When it reflected the light, each little mirror of the pot gave forth a particular image. Everything around it found in it a singular reflection and, at the same time, the whole resembled a rainbow of images. It was as if many small histories came together to compose a larger history, but without losing their own distinct self. I thought that, perhaps, the history of the EZLN could be told, looked at, and analyzed like that mirrored pot.
Subcomandante Marcos


Special thanks to CBC Radio One's Tapestry, with Mary Hynes and guest host Jian Ghomeshi, for their talk with Toni-Lynn Blackman (sp?), and Pink Floyd's The Great Gig In The Sky.