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The Consumer Goods was a Canadian indie rock/pop band originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Their politically charged music earned both praise and contempt, and made them controversial figures in the Canadian indie rock scene in the 2000s . The Anti-Imperial Cabaret, Grumpy Cloud Records, 2008. Happy Bidet, Grumpy Cloud Records, 2007. Pop Goes the Pigdog!, Grumpy Cloud Records, 2006.
Background information. activist/teacher Tyler Shipley, the band relocated to Toronto in the late 2000s and released its final album there, produced by Dale Morningstar and featuring Dave Clark and Bob Egan. They are often compared to other politically minded acts from Winnipeg, most notably The Weakerthans and Propagandhi. The Consumer Goods appeared on the Winnipeg-based Grumpy Cloud Records. YouTube Encyclopedic.
The Consumer Goods Forum, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France.
The Consumer Goods released their first record, Pop Goes the Pigdog in 2006. By the summer of that year they were heralded by CBC Radio 3 as an "undeniably infectious activist pop unit". Their third record, The Anti-Imperial Cabaret, was released in 2008 and featured a cross-Canada tour that was very successful until Shipley suffered a major injury in Ottawa, Ontario forcing the band to cancel three shows.
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Russian porcelain goods are well-known abroad. The country’s Imperial Porcelain Factory has been producing top-quality china for over two centuries now. The factory’s exports today make 15 percent of the entire output. Its network of shops spans some 20 countries in Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Women played an equally important role as the men in the anti-imperial struggle in Vietnam. Women who rebelled against social conventions were idolised and rebel women of the past were likewise celebrated. Trieu Au, who lived in the third century CE, was a popular figure in nationalist tales. They followed Gandhian ideals of boycotting foreign goods and picketing liquor shops, but mainstream politics was controlled by the men. However, some women like Sarojini Naidu, Kamla Nehru and Kasturba Gandhi were keenly involved in the nationalist movement.
Anti-Imperial Presidency. A 19th-century model for the right foreign-policy. By Daniel Larison, April 3, 2013. After the war, Cleveland objected strongly to the idea that the . should annex the Philippines and joined the Anti-Imperialist League to protest against that move and America’s subsequent war against the Filipinos. Cleveland followed the admonitions of the Founding generation against foreign entanglements and in favor of a policy of non-interference and non-intervention in the internal affairs of other nations.