>...we need to break the cycle of addiction to the binarism of
>global/anti-global and move the language game to the realm of democratizing
Sing it, brother. I've noticed recently that every time the word "antiglobalization" is used in the mainstream media it's almost spat out, like an epithet. I don't know if it's intended or not, but it makes for some great propaganda: Everyone opposed to "globalization" (which in the context the media usually uses it sounds so multiculti and egalitarian) comes across as a raging xenophobe. Besides, global/antiglobal are nearly meaningless terms at this late date.