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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
 
The Wade-O Radio Show is an international, terrestrial, Internet radio show, and podcast that provides its listeners with high-quality Christian Hip Hop music, news, and interviews. [To Book DJ Wade-O for your next event, email booking@wadeoradio.com] In each episode the listener can expect the latest news with audio segments from Laide Mak, mixes by DJ Wade-O, a New Song of the Week, a countdown of the ten hottest songs out right now, conversations about controversial topics within the Chur ...
 
The Holy Jamz Shows are the most talked about urban radio shows that have hit the globe since airing in Jan 2007 capturing audiences from around the world. The original Holy Jamz Show featured guest appearances from mainstream, independent and new coming urban artists. Past guests include Lisa McClendon, Mr. Del, Jim Gittum, K-Drama, Sean Slaughter, Pettidee, Carriers of The Cross, Dae Lee, LP, G Baby, Legin, XO, King Wes, Parabols, Kiwi, Trav Gutta, J Santana, DJ Will, Monty G, Dinero, T-Wo ...
 
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Jamie and Sean discuss what they've been reading and break down some news of the day: QAnon in Congress, the political transformation of a town in PA, and ICE's eugenics program. Just another fun, chill episode about rising fascism. Sorry this went up late, we aren't feeling very well. :( Bonus on killer cops (and killer investments) out Friday, 9/…
 
Sean and Andy are joined with Brace from @trueanonpod to talk workers power, past and present: how unions are still central, how communist organizers like Harry Bridges, leader of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, exercised this power in the past, and how we can fight to bring it back today. We end with a call to Build The (not neces…
 
On this edition of the Antifada side project on the politics of Latin America, we discuss the political situation in Bolivia, where last year riots against a supposed voter fraud lead to a coup of far-right evangelicals. Since then, they have massacred protesters, clamped down on free speech, and cancelled election after election. Spanish historian…
 
Sean and Jamie break down the tragic news out of Los Angeles, Kenosha and Portland, then broaden out the discussion to theories of political violence and revolutionary organization (and spontaneity). What is the least LARP-y line a communist might take in this day and age? Also: Down with eco-yogic slumlords! In the second half, Jamie speaks with t…
 
We continue to discuss the black radical tradition with Kazembe Balagun. In this episode we cover marxist feminists Angela Davis and Claudia Jones. We finish with a few questions about the continuation of these struggles into BLM and the George Floyd uprising, including a certain infamously cancelled Zoom call. Many of the texts in question can be …
 
This week we bring you a two part series on the American black radical tradition. Joined by educator and activist Kazembe Balagun we discuss some of the fundamental questions of black marxism and revolution leading to the current day. In this episode we talk about the Haitian revolution, Harriet Tubman, WEB Du Bois, Booker T. Washington, Harry Hayw…
 
More discussion of these strange times: partying in the age of Corona, the government's handling of the crisis vis a vis the working class', the international bourgeoisie's quest for stability, and Virgil's plan for abolishing the police and prisons. For the full episode along with all other bonus material, support the show at Patreon.com/theantifa…
 
The Beltway Garage's chief mechanic Virgil Texas takes us for a wonk on the wild side! We focus on the Democrats' electoral strategy of writing open letters demanding socialists vote for Biden, carefully weigh their arguments, and come up with our own endorsement by the end of the episode. The letters: Former leaders of SDS: https://www.thenation.c…
 
We continue to check the decomposition of the spines of our favorite texts of Marx and Marxism with this short and practical discussion on value criticism and Moishe Postone's Time Labor and Social Domination For the full episode, and all other bonus material, access to our discord community, and a signed, union-made letterpress postcard, become a …
 
Jake "Silly Socrates" Flores is back on the show to talk about his new podcast Why You Mad? and theories of comedy and class war. But before that, we talk about something that's no laughing matter: the NYPD's permissive culture towards rapists and other abusers on the force, unfortunately celebrated by humorous challenge coins and nicknames like th…
 
We talk about the pro-democracy struggle in Hong Kong with Nation and Lausan writer Wilfred Chan. From its history of struggling against British colonialism to its rejection of being China's neoliberal "window to the world," the movement provides many contemporary lessons on the potentitals and contradictions of mass organizing. But while reactiona…
 
Politigram ethnographer Joshua Citarella shares his observations about the online post-left, particularly its zoomer base radicalized in 2016 meme wars. We discuss how important were memes to Trumps' victory, their political journey since then, and how the left can de/re-radicalize those committed to the violent right. Finally, we discuss the pheno…
 
Nate Postcyborg (@postcyborg), of #linegoesdown and TANC (Tenant and Neighborhood Councils), stops by to talk about the ongoing housing crisis and how it's being accelerated by Covid, and what tenants can do to fight back. Then the crew discuss the shadowy feds invading Portland, dropping fertility rates, the Mary Trump interview, and that fucking …
 
On this new installment of HIAW, Matt and Sean are joined by para-political expert Andy to talk about the political economy of intelligence and counterintelligence: How is this formation unique to capitalism and the bourgeois state? What is the connection between the deep state and anti-communism? What roles do the mafia and drug-running play? How …
 
Brandon Sutton (@prettybadlefty), host of The Discourse podcast (@Th3Discourse), returns to discuss the important matters of the day, like Yeezy 2020 and Cats vs Hamilton. We also discuss the rebellion for black lives, radicalizing the libs, and why the DSA should have more game nights. Outro music: Kanye West - Black Skinhead…
 
Our guest this week is Nick Estes, citizen of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, Assistant Professor of American Studies at University of New Mexico, host of the Red Nation Podcast, and author of Our History is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance. We discuss the link between indigen…
 
In this edition of Vampire Castle, Jamie and Leslie discuss two coming-of-ageless films: Tomas Alfredson's Let The Right One In (2008) and Neil Jordan's Byzantium (2012) aka Ladybird II. If you are turned as a teen, do you stay an asshole forever or do you eventually grow up? How is Sweden so lovely yet so terrifying? And why do vamps always say th…
 
While the most riotous moments of the George Floyd Uprising have past, in parts of the country renewed attention to police tyranny continues to lead to clashes. LA Podcast co-host Scott Frazier joins us to talk about the struggle in Los Angeles, specifically against its massive Sheriff's Dept (LASD) now in the spotlight for horrific acts of violenc…
 
Andy speaks with Alex Edward (@flieldy), co-host of the Minion Death Cult podcast and Seattle resident, about life in the CHAZ/CHOP/Antifastan/Soyviet Union, providing fodder for the cursed boomer media of which Alex is normally but a passive connoisseur. Jamie speaks with Matt Marciniec (@Mattceinicram) about Justice Frontline Aid (@aid_justice), …
 
In this very special edition of the Antifada, Jamie, Sean and Andy take questions from listeners. How do we envision a world without police? What will our lives be like after the rev? And what exactly went on at the parties Jamie used to throw? Thanks x1000 to everyone for helping us keep this circus running. Sorry if we didn't get to your question…
 
Around the world and back again, episode 100 of the Antifada! And what better circumstances under which to record an release than the largest national uprising in several generations? Jamie, Sean and Andy analyze the revolt that has arisen since the police murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis: the connection between the carceral state and crisis; …
 
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