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The Unquiet Dead Ch 7 – AudioZine

The Unquiet Dead Ch 7 – AudioZine

From Resonance Audio Distro

The Unquiet Dead Anarchism, Fascism, and Mythology Chapter 7. Elitism, Populism, and Democracy – By Anonymous – MP3ReadPrintArchiveTorrentYouTube

Chapter 7 discusses Nietzsche, anti-Semitism and elitism as well as The Peróns fascism and populism. The full text is available at unquietdead.tumblr.com; we will be posting recordings of other chapters in the future.

Wayne Price on Anarchism and Marxist Economics

From The Final Straw Radio

Wayne Price is longtime anarchist, author and currently a member of Bronx Climate Justice North and the Metropolitan Anarchist Coordinating Council, or MACC, in New York City. After reading his book, The Value Of Radical Theory: An Anarchist Introduction to Marx’s Critique of Political Economy (AK Press, 2013), I got excited to speak to him about his views on anarchists engaging Marxist economic concepts and some of the historical conflicts and engagements between Marxism and Anarchism.

Anarchy Radio 05-12-2020

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Zoom fatigue; social media detox needed. MORE liberal whining over Planet of the Humans.Climate change pushing pandemics. Greater CO2 rise despite pandemic shutdowns. ElonMusk's son named X AE A-12: hello cyborg techno-fascism. Extremes of global temperaturesarriving sooner than expected. Robotic graduation ceremony in Tokyo. End of Black Mirror:"Life is the Black Mirror," says show's creator. 5G tower attacks not abating. Google dropsToronto high-tech neighborhood plan. Action briefs (e.g. wild elk destroy "Danger: Wild Elk"sign.).

Anews Podcast 162 – 5.8.20

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

What’s New was written and read by Chisel and Greg

editorial by Greg

TOTW with Ariel and friend, on anger

Music:
1. The Pogues – Worm Song
2. Yoshi Wada – Earth Horns with Electric Drone (Part 1)
3. Emotions Songs – Angry Song

Primal Anarchy Podcast 24: Coronavirus and Collapse

Primal Anarchy Podcast 24: Coronavirus and Collapse

From Primal Anarchy, May 3, 2020, by Natasha & Kevin Tucker

House cleaning, falling a little behind in a pandemic can happen. What’s what with Black and Green; upcoming Kickstarter, new address (POB 36 Denver, PA 17517), Natasha’s medicinals and consulting, and announcing the book club! First book: Terra Nullius by Sven Lindqvist. Plugging a recent interview with Solecast and needing to be done with the Western traditions of resistance. The big coronavirus and collapse rundown: falling down the lead of a narcissist and how it contributes to the chaos we’re all feeling. The rising tide of fascism and the withering veneer of white fragility over white supremacy. Mutual aid and colonialism, call out for support for the Indigenous Mutual Aid network: indigenousmutualaid.org. Natasha reads her poem, Making Pancakes. Talking about the Gospel of Empire and getting work out farther and wider.

Civilization & The Coronavirus w/ Kevin Tucker

From Sole

In this episode of The Solecast I sit down with Kevin Tucker of Black and Green Publishing / Wild Resistance Journal. We have a wide ranging conversation about empires, collapse and coronavirus. Kevin’s political analysis is rooted around primal anarchy; and sees anarchy as the natural state of humans, and civilization as the cage we desperately need to get free from. Kevin talks about his historical perspectives on why civilizations fail and why things like coronavirus, lyme disease and other animal borne illnesses are on the rise. Very informative conversation that covers a lot of ground.

Anarchy Radio 05-05-2020

Is the pandemic "fake" (at base about social control)? More on 5G. Ad of the week: "Are We Doing Our Bestfor Future Generations?" (UBS). VR still doesn't deliver. More on Planet of Humans vs. green liberals skeweredand angry. "Ancestor Dreams" by David Yearsley, Losing Eden: Why Our Minds Need the Wild by Lucy Jones,Little Eyes by Samantha Schweblin. "Alexa, Help Me Meditate." Hackable humans; Party Royale game "a truesocial space." (Yes, a GAME). Politics and action briefs.

Anarchy Radio 04-28-2020

Anarchy Radio 04-28-2020

From Anarchy Radio

Mutual aid projects flourishing, wildlife re-emerging. "Wild Ideas" (NYTM 4/19): animals point to a better world, which we are desperate to see..Only 9% of Britons want return to "normal" life; want the cleaner air, sense of community, etc. to continue. 5G is not safe, cellphone tower arsons spreading across Europe. Global drought worst sine 1200. Sudden collapse of ecosystems likely. Fantasy video games, magic feed denial. But revival of human voice (phone calls). Industrial disas- ters, excesses go on. Samsung adds hand-washing app to smartwatches for those too dumb to know how to wash hands. Resistance news.

(A-Radio) B(A)D NEWS – Angry voices from around the world – Episode 33 (04/2020)

Bad News

FromA-Radio Berlin

You can find episode number 33 (04/2020) of international news show "B(A)D NEWS - Angry voices from around the world" at A-Radio Berlin's new website or on the website of the International Network of Anarchist and Antiauthoritarian Radio Projects. „B(A)D NEWS – Angry voices from around the world“ is a monthly news program from the international network, consisting of short news segments from different parts of the world.

As an international network of radio projects, we believe in the importance of international solidarity. And we also recognize the importance and the need to create and disseminate our own media and counterinformation.

RAM Philly & Afrofuturist Abolitionists of the Americas

From Solecast

In today’s episode of the solecast we have an in-depth discussion of anarchic black radicalism with comrades from Ram Philly & Afrofuturist Abolitionists of the Americas. Anarchic Black Radicalism draws on the history of Black Panthers, early abolitionists, Black Nationalism/Liberation Movements and more to synthesize a distinct form of black anarchism.

Barry Pateman on Anarchist History and Challenges

Barry Pateman on Anarchist History and Challenges

From The Final Straw Radio

I’m really happy to share a chat with anarchist and historian, Barry Pateman. Barry, born in the early 1950’s, grew up in a working class coal mining town of Doncaster in the UK and became an anarchist in the 1960’s in London. He is a longstanding member of the Kate Sharpley Library which covers histories of little-known anarchists and events in history. Barry has also contributed to and edited numerous books including “Chomsky on Anarchism”, a two book document collection with Candace Falk and many more titles, many on AK Press. We talk about anarchist history, community, repression, defeat, insularity, popular front with authoritarian Marxists, class analysis and how to beat back capitalism. Find Kate Sharpley Library at KateSharpleyLibrary.Net

Coffee with Comrades - Episode 82: "Messy Beautiful" ft. Cindy Milstein

Coffee with Comrades - Episode 82: "Messy Beautiful" ft. Cindy Milstein

From Coffee with Comrades

This week, Cindy Milstein sits down for a conversation with Pearson about her new edited anthology, Deciding For Ourselves: The Promise of Direct Democracy. In this episode, we chat about joy, grief, organizing in an era of COVID-19, direct democrac(ies), and the beautiful messiness of participatory praxis and collaborative decision-making. 

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