Anews Podcast 106, 3.8.2019

  • Posted on: 10 March 2019
  • By: thecollective

From Anews Podcast

Welcome to the anews podcast. This podcast covers anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week on anarchistnews.org.

Editorial: video games, by Rocinante
TOTW: Gatherings, with Aragorn! and friend

  • sound editing was by Rocinante
  • what’s new was written by Jackie and narrated by Chisel and Dim
  • Music!
    1.) Halo 3 Main Theme
    2.) Pup – Kids
    3.) Cayetana – Scott Get the Van, I’m Moving
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Comments

hahaha, was the opening music harder, louder and more distorted on purpose in response to that commenter, or is it just me?

Typical anarchists, amirite?!

classic

told ya it's a joke

Yeah... would have been a funny joke, but it wasn't actually on purpose. Anyways, it's fixed now and new copy uploaded, so it should sound better now.

i clicked on it giddily, and lowered the volume while bracing myself, expecting a far more distorted version.
my ears are safe in your hands.

Good chat about gatherings

Definitely a need for "public facing" entry points for people and good luck doing that without getting constantly heckled for being a leftist

Love to the post left peanut gallery! If you lot ever do make any new friends, you're fuckin welcome cause the "leftists" are probably how they found your dumbasses!

aragorn on point with the snark as usual: no! lookin cool with your cool friends in the scene isn't anarchism! Never was, never will be. Now go do something!

besides gatherings, there are ways to let your presence be known, but a lot of more incognito/sleeper-cell/opsec minded folx nowadays do their best to the opposite effect in public, and only let any indicattion of their affinities be known behind vpn, encryption and pseudonyms etc.

wearing a (corny) shirt (about anarchism), posting stickers in an area, hainging out by a mural, graffitti or a scene, is a more habitual daily life kind of thing, and lasts longer that a one day gathering, more opportunities for someone curious to interact. but these things are also considered lame, or passé, or just for kids.

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