Free Radical Radio is back after a brief unplanned break. Today we bring you four recordings of essays out of Anarchy: A Journal Of Desire, Armed issue #64, released at the end of 2007. That and some of my thoughts around it here.
Welcome to the anews podcast. This is episode 21 for July 27. This podcast covers anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week.
Editorial: On Labels
TOTW - Localism
A101 question: Free Will?
I just had an idea over the weekend that, had it been put into practice, would've freaked most anews readers right out. It would have been a fine project, perfectly reasonable, but given the context it would've signaled something entirely opposite from what it intended.
What's your most interesting project that you wish someone would do, or that you'd like to do, but don't have the right situation for? Are you working towards getting the right situation for it, or is it too daunting?
The Exarchia district slouches up the Athenian hillsides, twenty minutes’ walk from Syntagma Square, seat of government in the heart of Athens. Occasionally it stirs, exploding in violence and protest at a variety of injustices: some new, others perennial. Exarchia is a political and artistic hub in a country asphyxiated by demands from distant politicians at the behest of banks.
There are two ways to talk about education, one is using the word in good faith (as the variety of ways we learn and what we learn) and the other is to acknowledge the society around us and use the word to refer to how we're supposed to learn: through schools and experts, in pursuit of degrees that position us in reference to other people, etc.
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Kathan co-hosts. More on Malheur occupation: govt. bows to white racist scumbags. 62 own as much as 3 billion others. Massive gas leak in San Fernando Valley? Air as bad in rest of LA!
Nightclubs fading out in Europe. Japanese addicted to cutesy mascots, retreat to tiny VR spaces. Tesla creates full-body VR: no unpleasant outside reality. Why journal? An app can do that. Scary health news. Action briefs, two calls.