Anarchy Radio 11-24-2015

  • Posted on: 24 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)


Soon to Brno and Prague; Ian and Jeriah next week. More on Houellebecq's Submission (the void of the West). as psychosis, Bellamy's death drive diagnosis of anarchists. More: illiteracy, resistance to drug efficacy,
recalls, whales beaching, mining dams disasters, VR nausea, nukes and cloning in China. Resistance news, one
(off-air) call.

Ecology or Catastrophe: The Life of Murray Bookchin by Janet Biehl, Review by Chuck Morse

  • Posted on: 23 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Murray Bookchin was a pivotal, polarizing figure in the post-WWII history of anarchism. He put ecology and democracy on the anarchist agenda in a way that was as novel as it is enduring. As a polemicist, he spent decades at the center of crucial debates about history, strategy, and foundational ideals. Even his critics must acknowledge that he made major contributions to the growth and clarification of the anarchist perspective.

The Brilliant - Episode Twelve: To Put it Delicately

  • Posted on: 22 November 2015
  • By: aragorn

In this episode, we respond to some of the wonderful feedback, suggestions, and questions we've received from listeners – there is actually so much that we weren't able to get to all of it in this episode and will follow up on it in the next. We are asked about issues of race; discuss how we have very different backgrounds related to this issue; and end up talking about the importance of, and our frustration with, the way discussions of race are framed in North America. Bellamy addresses some feedback about how FRR was better than his current podcast, leading A! to talk about what it looks like to do meaningful projects in our context. A! responds to criticism of an essay he wrote in the past, connecting it to genocide. Finally, Bellamy escapes a dramatically read critique by filibustering.

Anarchy Radio 11-17-2015

  • Posted on: 18 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

LISTEN HERE: Radio11172015

Kathan here. Paris massacre: nihilism, Houllebecq + Islam, colonial history, everyday "terrorism" in US, void
of technological society. Tech/surveillance always the answer; tech as avoidance, as generating the problems.
Ads of the week, resistance briefs, cartoon of the week. One call.