Challenges and Consequences
American guerrilla warrior Harriet Tubman. (Public domain Image from cover of bigography by Sarah Bradford)
GUERRILLA DECONTEXTUALIZATION is something that is more casually practiced than it is discussed. As celebrated author and poet Aberjhani points out in the forthcoming book of the same title, and in his Paradigm Dancing article series, for certain individuals it has provided moments of rolling-on-the-floor laughter. But for various communities it threatens deadly consequences. The stakes in 2012 are obviously high due to a number of important elections taking place all over the globe. They are also extremely great outside the political arena and inside the more intimate setting of the human soul.
The trend as it stands in 2012 is one that seems to refuse to slow down and, indeed, insists on feeding off the accumulation of one guerrilla decontextualization after another. So what exactly is this modern phenomenon and how do we reverse its crippling impact on communities and individuals? For proposed answers to the challenge of guerrilla decontextualization, please read Aberjhani’s Guerrilla Decontextualization article series, check out his Paradigm Dancing blog and revisit this website for more information on the forthcoming book.