Everybody Loves Communism

A leftist history and theory podcast wherein Jamie Peck (The Antifada, The Majority Report), Aaron Thorpe (Trillbilly Workers Party) and Jorge Rocha (DSA) do the reading so you don't have to!

https://fans.fm/everybodylovescommunism

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h20m. Bisher sind 83 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 5 hours 41 minutes

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Jamie and Sam are reunited after too much time apart.

A recap of some Nakba Day actions in NYC. Jerry Seinfeld and Bumble alienate Gen Z. Portal to Dublin shut down due to titties. We finally make the pivot to dating advice podcast.

Read about the Israeli businessman who got his locks glued shut in Bushwick's dystopian plan for a post-genocide Gaza:

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UCLA vs The Fash w/ Jake Flores


Friend of the show Jake Flores (@feraljokes) joins us with an eyewitness report on the clusterfuck of anti-war protesters, fascist counter-protesters, and cops that erupted at UCLA recently. Also: how the Kendrick-Drake beef maps onto the DSA-ultraleft topography, Comrade Macklemore, and a drop of cum discourse.

Check out Jake's podcasts Pod Damn America, Why You Mad, and That's My Podcast, I Don't Know You

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#EscalateForGaza, 'Professional Agitators,' & The Necessity of Going Hard


The PG crew recaps what's happened this past week as student occupations have spread, intensified and...are they beginning to generalize?? From our mouths to God's ears. Special focus on NYC and Chicago, because that's where we live (please don't stalk us unless you are hot and in a band).

Media narratives. Tactical evolutions...


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Don't Ask Permission: On Campus Occupations Past, Present & Future


The Party Girls crew is joined by "C," a student organizer from Columbia University, to talk about the protest encampment that touched off a wave of activity across the country as students and non-students alike organize against genocide in Gaza.

Then: a brief history of the 1968 student occupation of Columbia and the 2008 occupation of the New School. What lessons can modern day militants draw from these examples?

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Cultural Marxism: Civil War (2024)


The Party Girls take on Alex Garland's big budget action film with a message(?), Civil War (2024). Was this movie liberal garbage, or do we just not understand art? What would an actual second civil war in the US look like? How are we, the left-wing partisans, going to die? Why is Jesse Plemons so good at playing fascists?

The Return of John Brown: White Race Traitors in the 2020 Uprising: https://illwill...


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 April 18, 2024  1h9m
 
 

The Bath of Totality


Jamie and Sam talk about their respective experiences traveling to see the eclipse and offer up some ideas about how to build the commune. This is a space podcast now.

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 April 10, 2024  54m
 
 

History Repeats Itself: The New Red Scare and the Next Eclipse


In this episode, Jamie and Sam talk about John 'Jack' Mazurek's March 29 bond hearing, in which he was granted a $75,000 bond and assigned to house arrest, a victory for the Stop Cop City movement. During that hearing, the prosecution spoke extensively about the Zapatistas and the "autonomous zone" in Chiapas, Mexico, as well as the Invisible Committee, the anonymous french ultra-left collective targeted by French anti-terror and law enforcement agencies...


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 April 3, 2024  1h11m
 
 

Ending Our Addiction To Losing: A Panel


The Nationwide Summit to Stop Cop City in Tucson, AZ last month featured a panel called "Ending Our Addiction To Losing" in which three POC organizers reflected on how so-called "identity politics" mediate radical movements. How do we, as revolutionaries, deal with the ways race shapes our current reality without losing sight of the world we want to build? We are proud to present the audio from this panel, plus a bit of commentary from us...


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 March 27, 2024  1h23m
 
 

Party Girls Zine Club x Inhabit: Instructions for Autonomy


For the first ever edition of Party Girls Zine Club, Sam and Jamie discuss Inhabit: Instructions for Autonomy, a 2018 broadside (or little orange book, if you will) from Inhabit, which is not a mere media project, but "a collectively and anonymously written strategy emerging from a network of autonomous projects across North America...


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 March 20, 2024  1h37m
 
 

Panels & Lockdowns & Black Bloc, Oh My! : A Summit Recap


Jamie and Sam are back from the Nationwide Summit To Stop Cop City that took place in Tucson, Arizona February 23-26. From an ill-timed rave to a meeting with legendary anarchist Ben Morea, this episode will make it clear why the party girls are so tired, but also so pleased.

Correction: Sam attributed the "psychedelics are telephones" quote to Timothy Leary. This quote was actually said by Alan Watts.

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 March 7, 2024  1h0m