The majority of this podcast is devoted to discussing violence in various forms, in particular the practicalities and morality behind it. We have a varied set of viewpoints here, but by no means do we encompass the entire spectrum of anarchist thought on violence within this podcast, rather we attempt to cover most of it.
During the latest episode of P3, our host Zhachev talks about what’s fresh on his mind following May Day 2017. Topics discussed include the “Resist” campaign being pushed by the American Left, criticisms of activism and some ideas about the old SI concept of recuperation.
In this episode we talk about the minimum wage and why it's a good idea to raise it, we do a roundup of the latest election news, cover the recent developments in Chechnya, as well as the latest attempts to silence whistleblowers.
LISTEN HERE: http://archive.org/details/AnarchyRadio04252017
Anti-fa? Yes, but...Zombies of the week. Documenta 14/postmodernity/March
for Science. No more play for kindergartners, groundwater going. Acid attacks
on big rise in UK. More nightclubs are anti-cell phone. Website best way to con-
nect with ill friend. Where's the post-left, anti-civ pulse of anarchy?? Latest from
The Brilliant. "Panic Attack": "society is a stew of unease, fear, rage, grief, help-
lessness and humiliation." Action briefs, three calls.
The second episode of a podcast which accompanies the blog at postproletariat.wordpress.com. The work is the collective effort of a small group of anarchists (and friends) living in the SE USA. This week, our host Zhachev discusses last weeks episode, "the March for Science", the Trump administration and the continuing resurgence of social democracy.
From The Brilliant
It turns out that as time goes by The Brilliant is finding its identity as a place for in depth conversations about the life and projects of different anarchists around the US. This episode continues a focus on the Southwest (LA & AZ). Episode 44 is a long conversation on the topic of intra-scene fighting. What are the rules? Are there rules? Episode 45 is more of a freewheeling conversation about bad @ podcasts, opinions, and some back-and-forth.
In this episodes, we discuss the recent article; On Folk Politics, or, Why the Left Can't Win, but first we go through the recent chemical attack in Syria and the election of a man named Lenin in Equador. We promise we're not tankies.
We have a guest this episode...the author of "On Folk Politics" Matt Thompson!