- Dec 11, 201900:00:0001:16:04
Brooklyn College Sociology Professor, writer for the Appeal, the Nation, and Truthout, and author of “The End of Policing” Alex Vitale talks with us about the recent FTP protests in New York and various other struggles against the carceral state.
Description of FTP marches in New York: https://itsgoingdown.org/off-the-rails/
Stay tuned for details of the December 20th action by following Decolonize This Place
William Barr comments:
Commune Magazine release party Saturday! https://www.facebook.com/events/587496042022231/
Closing song: Doja Cat - No Police
- Dec 4, 201900:00:0001:12:24
Have you ever asked yourself what weird 1980s Hollywood live-action/cartoon crossover films have to say about the infamous General Motors Streetcar Scandal of the mid-20th century? Well do we have a film for you!
Sean sits down with fellow socialist railfan Justin Roczniak, AKA donoteat1, to get at the real and sordid history behind Robert Zemekis' 1988 blockbuster Who Framed Roger Rabbit? How the hell was this crazy film made? What does it tell us about the history of public transit in Los Angeles and elsewhere? Why is Elon Musk full of shit? How would rail fit into the Green New Deal and socialism broadly? Most importantly, how did our fans get us to watch hentai?
- Nov 29, 201900:0008:13
In our second Real Kollontai Hours, Rachel Rabbit White (@rabbitwhite) and Oyster (@oyster_nyt) take up Alexandra Kollontai's 1921 essay "Prostitution and Ways of Fighting It." Was Kollontai right about the evils of prostitution, or should we say "okay boomer" to this outdated comintern moralism as we move toward our glorious FALC future? Most importantly, whomst among us is going to incorporate "fucking for sacks of flour" into their sexy roleplaying from now on?
listen to the full episode and all other bonus content here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/bonus-real-hours-31932435
Closing song: Hole - Teenage Whore
- Nov 27, 201900:00:0001:26:05
Sex workers of the world, unite! Jamie and Andy are joined by poet/journo Rachel Rabbit White (@rabbitwhite), organizer Nina Luo (@theninaluo) and whore-of-all trades Oyster (@oyster_nyt) to talk organizing in the world of sex work and why any socialist worth their clever display name should care. What's Decrim NY and what are they after? How has sex trafficking discourse been used to enforce borders and police the marginalized? What can the average person do to facilitate the self-liberation of the twerking ass? And what's the deal with whippets? After dropping several metric tons of knowledge, the guests humor us as we play our favorite game "After the Rev" and imagine how the vocation formerly known as sex work might fit into our glorious fully automated gay luxury space communist future.
Check out Rachel's poetry book, "Porn Carnival":
And her recent article in Commune Mag, "Strippers On Strike":
Follow @DecrimNY to learn more and get involved:
Outro music: Carmen - Lana Del Rey
- Nov 22, 201900:0005:24
Trash Future leads us in a reading of James Kirkup's dystopian fanfic "How the Lib Dems could seize power." Excuse the laddery we were many cans deep.
Listen to the full episode at: https://www.patreon.com/theantifada
- Nov 20, 201900:00:0001:11:47
Andy and Sean go to UK to suck some cans with the lads and lass of England's only podcast, TRASH FUTURE. We discuss the upcoming elections, the deep insecurities at the center of posh life motivating Boris Johnson's political career, the LibDem and ChUK cucks, and Corbyn's cheeky plan to nationalize Nandos and put Mr. Bean on the dole or whatever.
Subscribe and support Trash Future:
And follow them on Twitter:
For all our bonus episodes and access to our discord support us on Patreon!
Closing song: Crass - Do They Owe us a Living?
- Nov 15, 201900:0000:48
In this edition of Vampire Castle, Jamie and Leslie tackle two very different (but both very '80s) vampire movies: Tony Scott's 'The Hunger' (1983) and Joel Schumacher's 'The Lost Boys' (1987). Sign up at patreon.com/theantifada to hear the whole episode!
- Nov 13, 201900:00:0001:30:47
In this long awaited Antifada x Trillbillies crossover, Jamie speaks with Tom Sexton (@tomsexton), Tarence Ray (@tarenceray) and Tanya Turner (@auntiebernice) of Trillbilly Workers Party (@thetrillbillies) about their media project, Kentucky's recent election, and how they became dyed-in-the-wool radicals and electoral skeptics. Also: jobs vs. environmentalism, the pitfalls of the "just transition" program, and an update on Penny the Pony!
Outro music: Erik Petersen - For an Old Kentucky Anarchist