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You favorite Ultra-Left-Post-Posadist-Nihilist-Anarcho-Communist-Bordiga-Adjacent comedy and politics podcast. #UnrestIsBest With Jamie Peck, Sean, AP Andy and a rotating cast of guests. Become a patron to enjoy bonus content, access to our Discord community and more at: www.patreon.com/theantifada twitter: @the underscore antifada @jamie underscore elizabeth @spaceprole
 
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As promised, here is a continuation of the discussion with Tony Norfield about capitalist imperialism and finance: is China's Belt and Road Initiative an imperialist endeavor? Despite having billionaires and huge corporations, is China even capitalist? What would a new Cold War between America and China look like? Become a patron at www.patreon.com…
 
Sean speaks with Tony Norfield (@StubbornFacts) who worked for decades in international banking and has seen first hand the way capital exploits the world, about the intersection of finance and empire. His book, 2016's The City, is more than just an update Lenin and Hilferding's work on imperialism, it provides a crucial Marxist analysis and critiq…
 
Aaron J Leonard gives us a preview of his next book on folk music, revolutionary politics, and state repression in the '60s. We discuss Dylan going electric, his relationship with the old and new left, the black panthers' obsession with Highway 61 Revisited, and how much revolutionaries should worry about COINTELPRO today For the full episode pleas…
 
Historian of the radical left and state repression Aaron J. Leonard discusses his book Folk Singers and the Bureau, a chronicle of the relationship between American musicians, the Communist Party, and the FBI. We also talk about state repression today, human evolution, and Eric Adams' history of backing the blue. For the bonus episode on Dylan, the…
 
In this belated celebration of gay liberation Andy talks to writer and cartoonist for the New Yorker, Baffler, The Toast, the Nib, etc, and a real life gay communist, John Leavitt about the Lavender Scare--a moral panic and homophobic purge of the State Department after World War II that paralleled and informed the Red Scare. We also discuss purges…
 
Jamie (@jamie_elizabeth) and Leslie (@leslieleeiii) discuss two scary, sexy — and above all, seventies — lesbian vampire movies with the help of Tanya Turner (@auntiebernice) of the Trillbilly Workers Party: Vampyres (1974) and The Vampire Lovers (1970). Subscribe to The Antifada's (or Struggle Session's) premium feed to access the rest of this fri…
 
In the first ever episode of their new project "Everybody Loves Communism" — which just happens to be a crossover episode with The Antifada — Jamie Peck and Aaron Thorpe (Trillbilly Workers Party, A Time Of Monsters) delve into Marx and Engels' classic broadside "The Communist Manifesto" with the help of Sean KB. Stay tuned for parts 2 and 3, as we…
 
Sean and Andy are joined by writer and cohost of the Low Culture Boil podcast, Rax King, (@raxkingisdead) for a dive into the world of food and food service. Our intrepid crew reports back about a local weird, nerd, comic book restaurant called Action Burger, then uses the opportunity to talk about the miserable conditions of workers in the industr…
 
Now unlocked for non-patrons, Jamie and Sean with Aaron discuss the political implications of his research on automation and the future of work. If UBI and Keynesian stimulus is insufficient, what sort of movements and measures might be adequate to the present moment? Outro: Rolling Stones - Luxury You can get Aaron's excellent book at, where else,…
 
Music reviewer Anthony Fantano (@The Needle Drop) comes on our Wednesday Twitch stream to talk about Grimes' AI communist future, Lana Del Rey's BLM track, Morrissey headlining Cruel World festival, vegan musicians ranked, Madball and Section H8 reopening shows, Connecticut hardcore, Fiona Apple Stans, 100 Gecs, ska-punk, new music recommendations,…
 
A discussion with journalist Alex Kane, who covers Israel/Palestine for Jewish Currents, the Intercept, Ha'aretz and others, about the recent conflict and cease-fire, the origins of the unrest in Jerusalem, the political shifts in Israeli society, and the effectiveness of pro-Palestinian activism in the United States, anti-war ska, and if we should…
 
Virgil and the Antifada crew continue their discussion of this dark and lascivious tale, placing it in historical context vis-a-vis the rise of right-wing populism, the Hard Hat Riot of 1970 and a disturbingly similar murder committed after the film was shot but before it was released. Plus: racial dynamics, modern day analogs and a bonus-to-the-bo…
 
Our buddy Virgil Texas (@VirgilTexas) calls in to discuss the 1970 exploitation film "Joe," starring Peter Boyle, Dennis Patrick, and — in her first ever movie role!— Susan Sarandon. In a spiritual sequel to Episode 17, the crew examines the rise of neoliberalism and concurrent dissolution of the American working class through the lens of this low-…
 
On this episode of Vampire Castle, Jamie and Leslie are joined by special guest Dan Boeckner (@DanBoeckner), of the bands Wolf Parade and Operators, to discuss "Salem's Lot," the 1979 TV miniseries based on the horror novel by Stephen King. Note: contains spoilers for "The Outsider," so don't listen to 6:00-7:00 if you don't want em! (I'm the fucki…
 
Sean and Andy are honored to sit down with Marxist historian of the Transatlantic World and Anglo-Irish labor history, Peter Linebaugh, to discuss his 2019 book, "Red Round Globe Hot Burning: A Tale at the Crossroads of Commons and Closure, of Love and Terror, of Race and Class, and of Kate and Ned Despard". What is revolutionary love? How were the…
 
Jamie and Sean are joined by C. Derick Varn, host of Varnblog, Pop the Left, and Mortal Science, in a wide-ranging discussion: the role of the Democratic Socialists of America and its orientation towards the Democratic Party, the ongoing slaughter in Palestine, communization theory and more. Part 2 of 2! For access to this premium content and more,…
 
Jamie and Sean are joined by C. Derick Varn, host of Varnblog, Pop the Left, and Mortal Science, in a wide-ranging discussion: the role of the Democratic Socialists of America and its orientation towards the Democratic Party, the ongoing slaughter in Palestine, communization theory and more. Part 2 for patreons out later this week! Become a patron …
 
For this episode of our side project on Latin American history and politics, we talk to a Human Rights lawyer from the Colombian movement Congreso del Pueblos about the recent uprising against far-right President Ivan Duque's pandemic austerity measures, and the brutal repression that followed. Earlier this year Duque proposed a new tax on consumer…
 
Sean and Jamie are joined by Gabe Winant (@gabrielwinant), historian and author of "The Next Shift: The Fall of Industry and the Rise of Health Care in Rust Belt America," to discuss the composition of the US working class yesterday and today. Gabe's excellent historical work has given us a picture of the remarkable changes seen in Pittsburgh, once…
 
Jamie and Sean are joined by Edward Ongweso Jr. (@bigblackjacobin), staff writer at Motherboard and co-host of This Machine Kills (@machinekillspod), for a discussion of all things tech. Rather than freeing us from drudgery, technology has been used by capitalists to make things worse for the vast majority of humanity. How did we get here? How can …
 
A free-form discussion on the history of hardcore, from its origins in the '77 punk explosion in LA, NY, DC, Boston, and Canada. We talk about our experiences in the scene and the various class backgrounds and political sentiments at play. Discussions include: anti-racism, youth crew, straightedge, veganism, political hardcore, if anarchopunk reall…
 
Ah, a good old fashion news ep with Sean and Jamie! First, we've reached pretty pass when the Wall Street Journal is penning diatribes about woke capitalism. Is it true, as they contend, that big business is.. anti-capitalist? What does this even fucking mean? Next, President Biden has passed $2 trillion in stimulus and proposed another $2 trillion…
 
Andy and Anders have an intimate discussion about the history autism, starting in the coffeehouses of Red Vienna and ending in the imageboards of collapsing modernity. With a history rooted in eugenics, fascism, and neoliberalism, Anders questions the origins and continued necessity of the category while advocating for increased understanding and c…
 
Jamie, Sean and special guest Jake Flores (@feraljokes) of Pod Damn America (@PodDamnAmerica) get together to discuss Harmony Korine's seminal 2012 film Spring Breakers. We trust you've already seen this masterpiece, but in case you haven't, major spoilers ahead! Outro: Skrillex - Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites Become a patron at Patreon.com/TheAn…
 
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