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Hello! If you are a Srsly Wrong listener, we recommend starting with Episode 1, since that's where we directly address Srsly Wrong. Episodes 1, 2, and 3 have Srsly-Wrong style skits. Episodes 4 and 5 are rather quote-heavy. In the future, we plan to experiment with limiting the number of quotes we include and doing more discussion, doing different types of discussion, different types of skits, and different editing decisions (e.g., music)! If you have any feedback, please email srslyleft@gma ...
 
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In this second installment of our ongoing series "Dialectics and Psychedelics", Joshua Kahn Russell joins Breht to discuss anxiety and depression, how trauma shapes left movements and organizations, what constitutes a truly healthy left organization, the impact of climate change on our mental health, eco-anxiety, eco-grief, and eco-depression, as w…
 
Black Red Guard joins Breht to discuss a wide range of topics from the synthesis of maoism and black nationalism to the state of the US left to our projections for the coming decades. Support STL Rising Care Fund here: https://www.facebook.com/STLRising314/ Check out BRG's new podcast here: https://anymeansnecessary.libsyn.com/ Outro Music: "Punch …
 
Once upon a time, a man named Garret Hardin dreamed up a spooky story about common property and proposed a horrifying question: “What if this always inevitably happens?” Turns out, it doesn’t Support the show: http://patreon.com/srslywrong Theme song by Punkerslut: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4mZ1BGcxV58HKJZzOYdpyM…
 
Breht was awoken early this morning by a sickening feeling of anxious dread and existential despair brought on by his ever-deepening realization of the full implications of climate chaos... Instead of curling up in the fetal position and vomiting out his anxiety on his tiny bathroom floor, he went over to Producer Dave's house to record this episod…
 
Rundown In this episode, Mexie talks with former Lush Cosmetics employee, Hannah, about the company’s gross union-busting tactics and why she and others formed the Global Lush Union. As the mainstream vegan movement continues to focus itself on consumption under capitalism, it’s no wonder that vegan brands are replicating the same kind of colonizin…
 
Stephen Gowans joins Breht to talk about his book "Patriots, Traitors, and Empires: The Story of Korea's Struggle for Freedom". They discuss the history of Korea, Japanese colonial occupation of Korea, WW2 and the Cold War, The Korean War, Kim Il-Sung and guerrilla warfare, South Korea as an American puppet state, the Soviet Union and Mao's China, …
 
In this unlocked episode of Guerrilla History, Breht, Adnan, and Henry discuss the recent release by the Pentagon of UAP (Unknown Aerial Phenomenon aka UFO) footage, the theories surrounding its release and the interests at play, the vastness of our cosmos and the challenge of space travel therein, and speculations on what these things could be and…
 
Most people spend most of their waking hours at work, being told what to do, as well as how and when to do it without any opportunity to help make those decisions for themselves. We think this is wrong, and so does Professor Richard D. Wolff, who joins us to answer the question– why workplace democracy? — Richard D. Wolff is Professor of Economics …
 
Elysha, Nate and Tom discuss: The Origin and Ideals of the Modern School: Chapter IX (Francisco Ferrer, 1913) Francisco Ferrer and the Modern School (Emma Goldman, 1917) Experience & Education (John Dewey, 1938) Produced & edited by Allyson https://www.forestfreeter.com Theme song by http://woulg.com/ Twitter: @workstheorypod Instagram: works.in.th…
 
Rundown Marine is back, baby! She and Mexie have a wonderful discussion about her journey into facilitation work with high school students. We discuss how facilitation differs as an educational tool from conventional lecturing or teaching, how she began her own anti-oppression facilitation program, and everything she’s learned along the way. We cov…
 
Kristen R. Ghodsee returns to the show, this time to discuss the life, work, and legacy of the famous Marxist Feminist Alexandra Kollontai. We discuss her life, her radicalization, her relationship with other famous revolutionaries, her role in the October Revolution, her enduring contributions to feminism, Marxism, and proletarian history, and muc…
 
In this collaboration with Faith and Capital, Breht is interviewed on a wide range of subjects, including whether or not there is a contradiction between spirituality and Marxist materialism, the importance of decolonization in the fight for communism, marxism-leninism-maoism, the wages and pathology of whiteness, the material benefits of imperiali…
 
In these unprecedented and (in many ways) awful times, it can be difficult to make sense of the world in a way that is fruitful and beneficial In this special panel discussion, the Wrong Boys, along with friends Breht and Mexie, set out to build on Mr. Rogers advice to “look for the helpers”, and try their best to articulate everything that is deep…
 
Rundown Mexie sits down with the Wrong Boys and Brett from RevLeftRadio for the *most wholesome conversation ever had*. We centre the convo around how fantastic it feels to help others and the importance of looking for the helpers in our society. We branch out into discussing the science of empathy and mutual aid, and […]…
 
In this collaboration with Shawn and Aaron from Srsly Wrong and Mexie from the Vegan Vanguard, we have a wide ranging and experimental conversation about helping each other, solidarity, loving compassion, self and other, what it means to be human, and much more. ----- Support Rev Left Radio: https://www.patreon.com/RevLeftRadio…
 
Matthew Furlong returns to the show to discuss the life and philosophy of Baruch Spinoza, the great 17th century Dutch philosopher, as a lens (no pun intended) through which to deepen our understanding of dialectics and our appreciation for the cosmos in which we exist. Check out our first installment of "Dialectics Deep Dive" here: https://revolut…
 
Nothing lays bare the stark unfreedom of the wage labor system quite like a bleak monday morning. A day that represents monotony, drudgery, and the end of fun. Many say that it can’t be helped, that mondays are inevitable. But is that really true? Or is a world without mondays actually possible? Theme Song by Trái Bơ https://traibo.bandcamp.com/ Th…
 
Elysha, Nate and Tom continue their discussion of Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology, and then ask themselves: Are You An Anarchist? The Answer May Surprise You! (Both by David Graeber) Other mentioned works: Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution (Peter Kropotkin) Produced & edited by Allyson https://www.forestfreeter.com Theme song by http://woulg…
 
Dr. Judith Grisel, former addict and current behavioral neuroscientist, joins Breht to discuss her life experiences and her fascinating book "Never Enough: The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction". We discuss how addiction works at the level of the brain and how it feels at the level of experience. We also discuss multiple substances specifica…
 
The King is dead, but the revolution is just getting started. Robespierre and the Jacobins have a plan: using the means of State Terror, they will create a Republic of Virtue, complete with new cults, new calendars, new clocks, and shiny new revolutionary Citizens. The Wrong Boys finish their look at the French Revolution with a look at the complex…
 
Listen to the full episode of Guerrilla History here: https://guerrillahistory.libsyn.com/nick-estes In this episode of Guerrilla History, we bring on professor, activist, and author Nick Estes to talk to us about the long history of American indigenous resistance. The conversation is structured around Nick's brilliant book "Our History Is the Futu…
 
Rundown Mexie’s fiancé, Jacob, who is a Jewish anti-Zionist activist in Toronto, is taking over VV for this episode! He interviews Sheryl Nestel, an academic and activist who is on the executive committee of Independent Jewish Voices Canada, about the latest round of Israeli violence sparked by the incidents in Sheikh Jarrah. They discuss the […]…
 
Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb, professor of English at Toronto University, joins Breht to discuss her book "Epidemic Empire: Colonialism, Contagion, and Terror". They have a wide ranging conversation on British colonialism in India, the concept of terrorism, how metaphors of plague and infection are marshalled by empire, Covid-19, the Israeli occupation …
 
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