Anews podcast – episode 22

Welcome to the anews podcast. This is episode 21 for July 27. This podcast covers anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week.

Editorial: On Heroes

TOTW – Sign of the Times

A101 question: Marx and Marxism

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* sound edited by Linn O’Mable
* written by jackie and a thecollective member
* narrated by chisel and a friend
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2 thoughts on “Anews podcast – episode 22”

  1. I live in a small town in a conservative region. Most people are Trump supporters and one of my neighbors flies a Confederate flag. I seldom meet anarchists outside of Facebook. I wish that people on social media would take more time to build personal relationships and focus on issues that matter to people in everyday life. I have grown to dislike social justice warriors, political correctness, and call-out culture for a variety of reasons. I was expelled from a progressive organization because I started to explore a transgender identity in a more public way and I wrote about some difficult issues with regard to prison life, sexuality, race relations, etc. There was no evidence and no discussion. I was just booted out and called a “racist,” “misogynist,” and “predator.” This organization was my only real life connection to any political movement to the left of center. In addition, they made false allegations about me to the police. As a result, I was arrested and brutalized by the police, and then I was placed in jail for six months.

    1. hello, Kayla Lynn
      you have a nice name but, seriously wtf are you on about?
      how can you Manage to reside among Trump supporters -as an anarchist- without cultivating a habit of sociopolitical calling-out of racist and misogynistic predation? it sounds -to me- rather perverted or selfishly masochistic, to confine yourself to struggling via social-media platforming . curious; how did you start to explore identity and what was the nature of your writings services around the difficult issues?

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