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Best Emma Larkins podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Emma Larkins podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The recent investigation into the Victorian branches of the Australian Labour Party (ALP) revealed branch stacking and corruption at an 'industrial scale'. In this episode we discuss the history of the ALP and analyse what has changed, and what has remained the same. Why is it that the ALP are so decrepit? Rick Kuhn is a Marxist economist, politica…
 
Off The Bench speaks to WGPA chairperson Maria Kinsella on return to play, as she exclusively reveals 32% of polled players do not want to return to play because of health fears.Cliona Foley discusses a range of topics with Maria, among which:'Disappointing' engagement with the LGFAThe findings of polling of their membersHave women's associations m…
 
The police were never meant to protect and serve ordinary people. In this episode we discuss the history of the police and their development alongside the establishment of capitalist relations. Why are the police so racist? What is their real role in society? Can we abolish the police? Roz is joined in discussions to address these questions and mor…
 
On Off The Bench this week, Cliona Foley speaks to Republic of Ireland star Denise O'Sullivan, on the line from North Carolina.Denise will be among the first Irish footballers to return to competition in late June, and is already back in restricted training with the North Carolina Courage.The Courage are the reigning two in-a-row American NWSL cham…
 
The popular rebellion against racism and police violence continues to unfold on a mass scale in the United States. Uprisings have emerged in every major city making this the most significant event of its kind since the urban revolts of the 1960s. Indigenous socialist activist Gavin Stanbrook and NUS Anti-Racist Officer Vinil Kumar join the discussi…
 
As Irish golf clubs re-open, Leona Maguire tells Off The Bench about lock-down in Cavan, her ultra-competitive family and how her professional life could change when the LPGA resumes.Subscribe to Off The Ball's YouTube channel for more videos, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for the latest sporting news and content.…
 
Marx was to develop his major ecological critique in the volumes of Capital. In Volume 3 he wrote that there was an “irreparable rift in the interdependent process of social metabolism, a metabolism prescribed by the natural laws of life itself”. This has become known as the theory of the 'metabolic rift'. The current interconnected health and glob…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has halted the lucrative international student 'market' in Australian universities. As a result, university executives around the country moved to immediately sack or stand down hundreds of casuals and threaten to attack the conditions and pay of all workers in the sector. In response, the leadership of the National Tertiary E…
 
Trotsky is a controversial historical figure whose legacy continues to generate interest and debate around the left internationally. In this discussion with socialist activists Emma Norton and Luca Tavan, we investigate Trotsky's life, legacy, and how Trotskyism continues to impact politics today. Who's afraid of Leon Trotsky? https://redflag.org.a…
 
Under the ALP-ACTU Prices and Incomes Accord (1983-1996) union leaders in Australia agreed to abandon striking and struggle in return for having their wages indexed by the Arbitration Commission and the promises of the Labor government for a few social reforms. While the Accord is generally portrayed as being welcomed by workers, many workers angri…
 
Remembering has been replaced with remembrance as the Australian ruling class promote nationalism and war at the annual ANZAC day events on April 25. Mainstream histories of World War I in Australia have been deliberately overshadowed by the events that took place in Gallipoli. On this episode, Roz and Liam are joined by historian Robert Bollard to…
 
The major crises developing from the COVID-19 pandemic are leading many people to think seriously about alternatives to capitalism. As governments around the world spend billions more than usual on welfare and bailouts, questions are being raised about what socialism actually looks like. On this episode, we discuss how to understand socialism from …
 
The 'Spanish Flu' pandemic of 1918-1920 killed millions of people around the world. Many comparisons are being made to the current crisis, but little attention has been paid to the militant working class rebellion and resistance that broke out in a number of countries, including Australia. Socialist activist and historian Mick Armstrong joins Roz a…
 
Right wing and far-right responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have included outright denial, racist conspiracy theories, extreme nationalism, and anti-democratic authoritarianism. In Australia, incidents of anti-Asian racism have increased and the police are already using the new conditions to crack down on marginal communities. In the long term, thi…
 
The economic impact of the COVID-19 virus is only just beginning to hit as tens of thousands of workers lose their jobs in Australia and trillions of dollars are spent by governments internationally to bailout business. Analysts are already predicting an economic crisis on a scale potentially bigger than the Great Depression of the 1930s. On this e…
 
Educators, parents and students are fighting to shut down schools and childcare centres in Australia to keep all workers and families safe. They are demanding full pay for all workers impacted by closures, and safe provision of care for health workers and other essential service workers. While the government has banned gatherings of more than 10 pe…
 
The impact of the COVID-19 crisis on workers around the world is on a scale unprecedented in living memory. In Australia, hundreds of thousands of workers have already lost their jobs, many others are working in hazardous conditions, and almost all have inadequate sick leave allowances. In the face of this, Australian-based workers and unionists ar…
 
With the prospect of a rapid escalation in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Australia, the risk of hundreds if not thousands of deaths, and a growing international economic crisis the brutal reality of capitalism is being revealed more each day. Private profits have been prioritised over public health and workers rights. Roz and Liam are j…
 
French workers have entered a new phase of struggle sparked by President Macron's proposed cuts to the current pension and welfare system. Massive street protests and strikes have taken place as the gilet jaunes (yellow vests) join rail workers, teachers, and other unionists in actions that have continued for fifteen days. On this episode, we are j…
 
Bushfires continue to burn across Australia and the outlook is for a drier and hotter summer than average. In Sydney, smoke from the fires has been declared a public health emergency with air quality reaching 12 times higher than hazardous levels. On this episode we are joined by two socialist activists from Sydney to discuss the crisis and respons…
 
Australia's unions are in a profound state of crisis, facing declining membership rates and the deepest slump in strike action in the history of the movement. On this episode, we're joined by veteran unionist and socialist Jerome Small to discuss how the unions have reached this point and what can be done to turn the situation around. Red Flag Radi…
 
Students and young people have been central to recent international rebellions. We talk to socialist student activist Natalie Acreman and Red Flag editor Daniel Taylor about the role of students in struggle today and their role historically and theoretically. Red Flag Radio is a revolutionary socialist podcast. Hosted by Roz Ward. Produced by Liam …
 
In 1989 a massive student-led uprising against the Communist regime in China was brutally crushed in Tiananmen Square, the heart of the capital Beijing. Fleur Taylor was an 18-year-old student on an Australian government program who witnessed the historic events first hand. We discuss what she saw, and how to understand the politics of the events a…
 
We talk to Gavin Stanbrook about black deaths in custody, the recent events in Yuendumu, and resistance to racism in Australia. Gavin is a descendant of the Gumbaynggirr Nation in the Mid North Coast of New South Wales and the Yuin Nation from Wallaga Lake on the South East Coast of New South Wales. Gavin's writing in Red Flag can be found here. An…
 
In this special edition, Red Flag editor Ben Hillier reports from the ground in Hong Kong on the dramatic battle for the streets and the struggle for democracy. Ben is currently in Hong Kong reporting for Red Flag newspaper - coverage here: https://redflag.org.au/hongkong Hosted by Roz Ward. Produced by Liam Ward. Music by Dan Kenny. Subscribe to R…
 
Jorge Jorquera, a Chilean revolutionary socialist activist based in Australia, discusses the situation in Chile and the history that led to the current uprising. Beginning with the coup in 1973, and giving an account of the left in the period after the dictatorship, Jorge combines political analysis with stories from on the ground in Chile today. H…
 
A discussion about the new wave of climate struggle in Australia, the rise of Extinction Rebellion, and what happened at the blockade of the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne. With local socialist activist Sarah Garnham. Hosted by Roz Ward. Produced by Liam Ward. Music by Dan Kenny. Red Flag Radio is a revolutionary…
 
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