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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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Sean is joined by special guest Adam H Johnson (@adamjohnsonnyc), writer and host of the excellent Citations Needed podcast, to discuss the political economy of mass media, how consent is manufactured and the myriad ways in which the capitalist press is complicit even in a declining US empire. Then, with some extra time, Sean gives a briefing of se…
 
We share our stories of 9/11 (some more harrowing than others) and commemorate some of the lesser known actions of the NYPD and FDNY with one of the anonymous members of Research and Destroy NYC Check out our bonus episode on the Strokes and NYC after 9/11 by becoming a patron at http://patreon.com/theantifada Download Research and Destroy's free z…
 
Meme Militant Meg and Andy read the essay Memes Without End by Adrian Wohlleben, in which he argues that elements of recent uprisings like the Yellow Vests of France, turnstile hopping of Chile, the umbrella-wielding frontliners of Hong Kong were memes that help them spread in a way that traditional social movements cannot. Can we meme revolution i…
 
The late Noel Ignatiev's comrades Zhana Kurti (from Hard Crackers) and Dave Ranney and Kingsley Clarke from the Sojourner Truth Organization discuss the release of Acceptable Men, a memoir of Noel's time in the '70s as militant worker in the larger US Steel Mill in Gary Indiana. Buy Acceptable Men from Charles H. Kerr Books or AK Press And follow K…
 
Matt and Sean have returned to talk about the disastrous defeat of the United States in Afghanistan: How did this happen and how does it implicate the American Imperial project? Why was the War on Terror? How is Biden's withdrawal linked to broader strategic interests (Cold War with China)? Whither American capitalist hegemony in the 21st century? …
 
Jamie is joined by Geo Maher to discuss his new book, "A World Without Police: How Strong Communities Make Cops Obsolete." They discuss the origins of mass incarceration, the debate around "non-reformist" reforms, and alternative models of community safety. Also, the million dollar question: how do abolitionist politics fit into the over-arching pr…
 
In this very special bonus, Michael Heinrich addresses his detractors and fleshes out the political implications of his reading of Marx's mature work: Is Michael's reading of Marx as having a monetary theory of value a concession to neoliberalism? What was Marx trying to get at with the Tendency of the Law of the Rate of Profit to Fall? What remain…
 
Sean and Jamie are excited to be joined by Michael Heinrich, German scholar and author of a series of books popularizing and clarifying Marx's value theory and contextualizing the life and times of old Karl. We discuss the core of Marx's project, what distinguished him from the economists of his day, and what political orientations might follow fro…
 
Sean, Jamie and Andy are joined by Anton Jaeger (@antonjagermm), Marxist researcher of populism, to discuss the history, present and future of populism whether in the left or right mold. Several years ago it seemed as though left populism - exemplified by practitioners such as Jeremy Corbyn and Bernie Sanders - had a decent shot at upending the Was…
 
Julian Feeld sticks around to smoke a hash joint and discuss the work of the New School alumni graphic designer who began the Deep State Map Project, his contact with aliens for Ashtar, the Q-esque manifesto it inspired, and our opinions on the "lab leak" hypothesis For the full episode ppplleeeeaaasssseee support the show at http://patreon.com/the…
 
We're joined by QAnon Anonymous host Julian Feeld from Paris, giving us an update on all things QAnon, including Ron Watkins' pivot to UFOs, the right and left of the Yellow Vest movement's resistance to Macron's neoliberalism and vaccine passports, if there's any hope in a revolutionary left QAnon movement, and tips on staying sane in the eye of t…
 
Jamie is joined by Marvin Gonzalez (@Sulliedsubjects), a member of DSA's International Committee Secretariat, to discuss his recent trip to Venezuela as part of DSA's delegation to the Congreso Bicentenario de los Pueblos del Mundo, as well as his experience touring las comunas, a Soviet-like organ of dual power. Outro song: Lloviznando Cantos - Ar…
 
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…
 
Esta semana volvimos a tener un invitado de lujo, hoy fue Gabo, fundador y editor del medio independiente Portada Soñada. Con él conversamos sobre contrainformación y la prensa burguesa, los nuevos atentados k-popers, situaciones nefastas de Iguales y Movilh, las irregularidades en el funeral del tío de Piñera y los pacos queriendo jugar con Cinder…
 
La Sailor y Kakashi se juntan a conversar con la gente de Otaku Indígena Antifascista y un compañero del G'enei Ryovalpo. Animes que regresan, cambio de ministro, acuerdo nacional, cómo se vive la situación en Valpo y en Temuco, los problemas de colonialismo actuales y la precarización aún más fuerte hacia las comunidades indígenas en plena pandemi…
 
El Comandante, la tía Sailor y dos brigadistas que se suman al panel, declaradxs terroristas por el gobierno yanqui, comentan una semana marcada por las revueltas en el otro extremo del continente, además de caer en la conspiranoia por el inesperado regreso de Anonymous y tratar varios temas nacionales y de contingencia otaku.…
 
Con este capítulo de “emergencia” intentamos aportar un grano de arena: comentamos la contingencia, tratamos de aliviar la paranoia mediática y la histeria colectiva, desmentimos algunas fake news, dialogamos posibilidades respecto a la movilización en este contexto y tratamos de mantener el espíritu kawaii y combativo de siempre.…
 
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