Anews podcast – episode 11 (for May 13)

  • Posted on: 15 May 2017
  • By: thecollective

Welcome to the anews podcast. This is episode 11 for May 13th. This podcast gives thumbnails on anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week, discusses the topic of the week from, and addresses a question picked from

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Editorial -Contested Territory
What's new this week
TOTW - 12 point List
Anarchy 101: why is academia no place for anarchists
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* written by jackie
* narrated by chisel, a friend, and Aragorn!
* Thanks to ariel for their help with the topic of the week
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Great episode. Please teach WNTW narrator how to pronounce Rojava.

Just say "Roger over" fast.

Roger, over and out,,,,,,,

Good episode, but why has the sound quality declined? It sounds as if someone is vacuuming in the next dimension and the noise is bleeding into your electronics.

After digitally dissecting the 11 audio files of subject 324.b1 through a series of Jackson disappearance resonances, I have a 85% confidence bound on a set of locations that the audio files were produced in.

Many of the early instances of the subject are produced in a fairly small room, between 31 and 134 square feet. The room has lots of things in it, reducing the fractional spacial undertonalitys, as well as blocking stirnerian frequencies. However, the penultimate and surrounding instances (as of star date 305630.1034373414 B.S.T.) broke with that pattern and instead were in one of three localities:

1. The inside of a moving vehicle, with the windows at least partially open, or a very strong air conditioner.
2. In a town-controlled-park with mumblers and swish swashers nearby, gesticulating on the grass in various fashions.
3. Inside a wooden ziggurat during the third full moon during the contiguous windy monsoons of the great lakes.

This audiatical investigatory analysis has two limitations with a low probability (<10%). For the second trend of instances, subject 324.b1 may not have post processed the audio with the spell "Reducto Noiseo". My entire analysis depended on that assumption. I think it a low probabilty mostly based on gutteral feelings and (perhaps misguided) belief in the competence of the production efforts.

Gutteral feelings? Are you eating enough brah?

Probably a lose cord. It clears up briefly when it sounds like it was unintentionally budged, then back again. So yeah, have a sound tech run a test before next show so everything is clear before the start.

including the transdimensional ones, thanks!
i'm figuring out the best space/tech to use for recording, and i take full responsibility. i appreciate your patience during these difficult times!

Emile's putting out Aragorn and Ariel's hot fire. He's wet blanketing your relations into themselves. I think he also called them colonizers. BAM! So sick. He said you are the ones that are the society lovers!

It's hard for me to imagine how anyone could interpret my comments as being negative towards the open inquiry of Aragorn and Ariel in this week's podcast.

I think the podcasts are great and particularly the open inquiry dialogue which like a breath of fresh air relative to a lot of the squinty-eyed closed minded hard positions in comments pages.

sure, i offered some comments which, to me, fill in some of the blanks that they opened up in their discussion such as what happens when small-scale society (local community) is scaled up into large-scale society, why power is nuanced and why the power of capitalism is difficult to access and directly grapple with, all of which involved shifting from the logic-based semantic reality of rational-intellectual modeling to the physical relational reality of our actual experience.

that aside, ... my compliments to aragorn, ariel, chisel and the whole podcasting crew for a valuable and needed initiative.

Emile's heterogeneous relativism is such a powerful idea it should be ranked with dialectics.

" The negation of the negation of the negation! " ( Friedrich Engels )

Emile is clearly the equal - or superior - of such world-historic philosophers as doctor Karl Marx.

ok, my last comment on Anews podcast 11, May 13th, submitted today (May 23rd) entitled Listening to Ariel ("things aren't linear") was totally removed (not just moved to the forums because of its length).

A comment i made on May 19th entitled The epigenetic origin of intimate violence &Professor rats error was also totally removed.

Are these total removals of comments due to their length? I know that the other unpopular aspect of my [and a few others] comments is the linking of anarchism with nonduality [although that is inherent in anarcha-indigenism]. Does that have anything to do with the removals?

thanks for your elucidation on this.

The Spike crowd ( recovering Marxists ) just linked Nietszche to ...Voltaire!

Oh the inanity!

( Voltaire famously said, " I disagree with what you say and will defend my right to say that to your death " )

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