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The Antifada

Sean KB and AP Andy

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Communist podcast exploring political economy, history and the class struggle with AP Andy, Sean KB and guests. Become a patron to enjoy bonus content, access to our Discord community and more at: www.patreon.com/theantifada twitter: @the\_antifada @spaceprole @as\_a\_worker email: antifadamindset at gmail streaming: twitch.tv/theantifada
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Podcast Otaku Antifascista

Segismundo Network

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Otakus pero nunca fachxs. Desde la clandestinidad, en la base de operaciones de la Brigada Otaku Antifascista, planificamos la revolución y el fin del fascismo mediante cosplays, chapitas y openings. Comentamos sobre la contingencia y nuestras actividades, siempre desde una mirada combativa y kawaii.
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Antifake News

Dario - QuetzalCoach

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¿Cuantas de todas las cosas que hay Internet te las terminas tragando?. Y seguramente nunca te diste cuenta que fuiste engañado por otra mas Fake News, son astutos no te culpó. Si no quieres ser engañado de nuevo escucha este podcast y seamos libres. Insta: @quetzalcoach
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Clay Links is a podcast. Two comrades, Seba Rua and Kev L'Estrange, fight the fascists with the tools of humour and mockery. Spread agitprop and break down the lies of the neoliberal media apparatus. Soros funded & endorsed. Subscribe to hear what an Antifa Supersoldier sounds like and how you can become one too!
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An interview with Eric King, who was recently released after being incarcerated since 2014, five of those in segregation. He was charged with using an incendiary device to commit arson after throwing a molotov cocktail at an empty Federal Building in Kansas City, Missouri during the uprising in Ferguson. Today he is out on probation and talking wit…
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Sean and Andy are joined by Mike Macnair, member of the Provisional Central Committee of the Communist Party of Great Britain, columnist at Weekly Worker and author of Revolutionary Strategy (2008) and many other works. We discuss the legacy of Marxist political movements of the 19th and 20th centuries, the role of the party, the importance of pati…
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NEWS EPISODE! We talk about the crisis of liberalism in the US and worldwide through the context of the wars in Ukraine and the Middle East, the formation of BRICs as a challenge to US-based global order, the economic spiral of Germany and China, class war at the border, and betrayal of every millennial's favorite grocery store. For the full episod…
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Sean and Varn return with part three of their series on nationalism and the nation state. This episode is about the only really existing internationalism left: the capitalist infrastructure of globalization. Special emphasis is made of the history of state formation in the Middle East as it pertains to the current conflict. In the second half, the …
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Sean and Andy finish reading Settlers, Chapters 13 and 14 For the full episode, support us on patreon: http://patreon.com/TheAntifada + Sign up or upgrade your membership at the discounted $10/month annual membership and DM your mailing address on Patreon for a free postage paid copy of the PM Press George Floyd Uprising book, with contributions by…
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Ex-Militant of the Homosexual Front of Revolutionary Action (FHAR) Lola Mieseroff is our guest on this installment of the Antifada sideproject on the revolutionary culture of the sixties. We talk about growing up in gay South France in the sixties, her experience in May '68 and after, the resonance of Stonewall, what it meant to be a pro-situ and h…
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In part two of our discussion on the essay Forest and Factory, we foray into fourierism and the whimsical world of life under global communism. Topics include: the mushroom mafia, nomadic pleasure duels, gender orgies, capitalist fantasy camp, and communist santa! For the full episode, sign up on patreon! If you sign up at the at the discounted $10…
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What will production, consumption, supply chains, and climate policy on a global scale look like under communism? Phil Neel and Nick Chavez has published a compelling vision of the future in their Endnotes essay Forest and Factory Also check out Nick Chavez's piece Technical Expertise and Communist Production in Brooklyn Rail For part 2 of the epis…
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News episode! We start 2024 by talking about Houthis and global shipping, the Uniparty, the Harvard presidency, and the backlash against Pro-Palestinian protesters as part of the broader backlash against progressive liberalism. *NEW YEARS PROMOTION!* Sign up or upgrade your membership at the discounted $10/month annual membership and DM your addres…
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A sneak peak at this new VarnVlog series featuring guest spots from Sean KB and Jason from great post-Trot podcast The Regrettable Century. We read Alexander Dugin's most famous work, 'The Fourth Political Theory' to understand why all sorts of people, from the right to the left, are looking to this eclectic, irrationalist Russian post-fascist to u…
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Sean KB and C Derick Varn return with part two of their series on nationalism and the nation state. In this episode, the discuss various Marxist conceptions of the state including Otto Bauer, Rosa Luxembourg but especially Vladimir Lenin. What is the relationship between people and nation? Class and nation? And what is to be done? This is an extend…
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Anders & Andy interview the unmasked McKinsey whistleblower and journalist Garrison Lovely about consulting with Rikers and ICE. Other topics include bread fixing, opiates, McKinsey 4chan, and Mayor Pete. In the second Garrison takes our answers on being a leftist Effective Altruist. For the full episode, support the show at http://patreon.com/thea…
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Sean and Andy are joined by Volodymyr Ishchenko, Ukrainian Marxist and sociologist, to discuss his upcoming collection of essays "Toward the Abyss" from Verso Books. (You can and should preorder here.) How does a 'civilizational' or 'cultural' or 'decolonial' understanding of the Russia-Ukraine conflict obscure the underlying class conflict at its …
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Andy and Sean are joined by returning champion Jason Myles of This is Revolution podcast and industrial metal maniacs Bitter Lake to discuss his recent Damage Magazine article about Ibram X Kendi and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion grift. How has identity politics been used to subsume class politics? What's left of a socialist left after the fa…
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We read chapters X and XI of Settlers about the decline of the CPUSA and postwar settlers parasitism on a global scale. For the full episode, support the show at Patreon.com/TheAntifada And find previous chapters of Reading Settlers on our Reading Settlers Collections page: https://www.patreon.com/collection/241791?view=expanded Read Along: https:/…
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For the full episode support the show at http://patreon.com/theantifada NEWS EP: Musk's trip Israel and the elections of Milei, Wildes, and the Dublin riots. Israeli labor shortage. How worried we should be about Trump's Plan 2025? Why Bidenist social-democracy won't help. Civil Socety vs. Social Humanity. PSL and block the boat criticism. The rise…
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We visit Argentina, where the extremely online anarcho-capitalist Bolsonarista and MAGA Chud Javier Milei has just been elected their new president. Will it be a return to the Anti-communist dictatorship of the 70s and 80s, the neoliberal dollarization era of the 90s, or will it turn Argentina into one big AnarchApulco? To find out, Andy interviews…
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Shadowy Antifa spokesperson and podcaster Jamie Peck returns to tell us about the Block Cop City action this week in Atlanta, and what comes next for the movement against Cop Cities in Atlanta and everywhere. Support the show by becoming a patron at http://patreon.com/theantifada Coverage on Block Cop City: Natasha Lennard: https://theintercept.com…
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This is audio of CRUSH reading series no.37, Benefit for Palestine featuring Kamelya Youssef, Jenna Hamed, Tenaya Nasser, Tilghman Goldsborough, and Aristilde Kirby, with musical accompaniment by Paco Cathcart. Recorded at Woodbine Nov 3, 2023. The reading was a benefit for Middle East Children’s Alliance (MECA). Donate here- https://secure.everyac…
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The arcane numbering system is gone, but Sean and Varn have (surprise!) a new miniseries. Inspired by current events - such as the Russo-Ukrainian War, Israel's ongoing atrocities in Gaza, and the turn towards post-neoliberal economic nationalism - we're going to explore all manner of Marxist and non-Marxist theories on the nation state to help get…
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For the full episode support us on patreon at http://patreon.com/theantifadaJ. Sakai's Settlers Chapter 9 - Neocolonial Pacification in the US discusses how the Settler Nation integrated Native American and Black leaders into its ranks. Topics include: Native American self-governance, the rise of Marcus Garvey's UNIA, international solidarity with …
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Andy and Sean discuss the invasion in Gaza, Israel's move towards ethnic cleansing, the history of proletarian resistance in Palestine, and theorize class conflict between the Israeli and Palestinian national projects and its working classes. We also talk about what all this means for those communists in the US removed from the conflict. Some of ou…
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Sean is joined by @DaneilTutt, host of the @torsion_groups and @emancipations_ podcast, to talk about the life of Friedrich Engels through the Tristam Hunt's 2009 biography Marx's General. Is there truth to the argument, developed in the 1920s, that Engels was responsible for a serious distortion of Marx's theory? What do we make of his 'double lif…
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Recording of a discussion last Saturday with Michael Hardt at Woodbine for a discussion of his new book The Subversive Seventies and our contemporary autonomist experiments in Queens, Atlanta, and elsewhere. Michael Hardt is a philosopher and political theorist whose work focuses on autonomist social movements since the 1960s. In his books co-autho…
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