Revolution Now!
Revolution Now!
Oct 20, 2020
Revolution Now! with Peter Joseph | Ep #7 | Oct 20 2020
34 min

In this episode of Peter Joseph's Revolution Now!, Peter discusses the "seven deadly trends" of social destabilization as we move toward 2050.Support Peter's new efforts through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/peterjoseph

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By Any Means Necessary
By Any Means Necessary
Radio Sputnik
Democrat 'Incompetence' Could Cost As Millions Await Stimulus Package
In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Dr. Jack Rasmus, economist, radio show host, & author of 'The Scourge of Neoliberalism,' to discuss the numerous economic posts in the Biden administration set to be filled by neoliberal figures, the recent statement by US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that the outlook for the United States economy is "extraordinarily uncertain," and why the $908B stimulus package just announced by a bipartisan group of Senators represents a "desperate move" by Congress. In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Chris Garaffa, Editor of Tech for the People, to discuss how newly-announced data caps that Comcast is set to impose on its customers show why the telecom giant is frequently labeled 'the most hated company in America', how longstanding issues of racism and misogyny online came to light in public statements by former employees of Coinbase, and the significance of Ajit Pai's resignation as FCC Chair. Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Kristine Hendrix, President to the University City School Board, Junior Bayard Rustin Fellow with the Fellowship for Reconciliation and contributor to the Truth-Telling Project and "We Stay Woke" podcast, to discuss how the long-simmering frictions between establishment Democrats and the party's more progressive-leaning base are increasingly spilling over into public view, why the removal of Donald Trump from the White House doesn't mean the fight for liberation is over, and how organizing on a local level empowers communities to extract policy demands from the power structure.
1 hr 52 min
Black Agenda Radio
Black Agenda Radio
Progressive Radio Network
Black Agenda Radio - 11.30.20
Welcome to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Margaret Kimberley, along with my co-host Glen Ford. Coming up: New and updated terms have entered the vocabulary of Black liberation. We’ll speak with an academic and activist about critical race theory, racial realism and Afro-pessimism. And, we’ll take a look at the history and current struggles of quilombos, the autonomous Black and indigenous settlements of Brazil. But first -- A globally important webinar on U.S. militarization of Africa, through its military command, AFRICOM, will be held on December 4. One of the panelists is Marie Claire Far-EYE, a Congolese member of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Far-Eye currently lives in Great Britain, a country where, like the United States, most people are not even aware that the greatest genocide since World War Two is still unfolding in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Shameka Powell is co-director Educational Studies at Tufts School of Arts, and co-author of an essay titled, "Kissing Cousins: Critical Race Theory’s Racial Realism and Afropessimism’s Social Death.” These are subjects that are hotly debated in Black academic circles, and among some activists, but not the stuff of daily Black conversation. We talked with Prof. Powell about the relevance of Racial Realism and Afropessimism. Brazil is home to the biggest Black population in the world outside of Nigeria, yet Blacks wield very little institutional power. Carla Maria Guerrón Montero is a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Delaware. She’s done extensive studies of Black populations in Latin America. Most recently, Professor Montero immersed herself in the Quilombos of Brazil, autonomous settlements established to escape slavery and ongoing oppression of Black and indigenous people.
57 min
historicly
historicly
Esha
Don't be a Regime-Change Dupe with Ben Norton
I feel like it is ground-hog day. The American left keeps falling fo the same old regime change propaganda over and over! Today, Ben Norton from the Grayzone joins us to talk about how not to be a regime-change dupe All of these refer to regime-change propaganda used by official US Sources Show Notes 1:00 - What is the first sign of a regime-change effort by the US? 4:45 - Why do some protests get covered and not others? 7:30- TV Shows, Movies and entertainment is also propaganda 8:00 - How Esha fell victim to propaganda too! 14:29 - Anti-DPRK propaganda apparatus “Economics Departments are barren wastelands of Koch Bros propaganda” - Benjamin Norton 16:00 - How US Media is like human centipede! 17:00 - Ortega’s Alleged Death 18:00 - Nat-Sec propaganda in Academia 20:00 - Dissidents are not value neutral 21:00 - Liberalism is a right-wing ideology 23:00 - Racism an ideology that is spawned from imperialism 25:00 - Democrats are more effective imperialists 26:00 - Internal politics within Nicaragua 33:00 - Blue-Brown Alliance: Liberal Fascist alliance 41:00 - Socialist International Expose 43:00 - Fascist Founding Member of NATO Walter Hallstein with Adolf Hitler 45:00 - “Authoritarianism” is a propaganda term 55:00 - Being an active anti-imperialist! 58:00 - Fascism in Asia looks different than Europe 59:00 - “Listen to Bolivians”, why Ben disagrees with Standpoint epistemology. 1:00:00 - Liberal Fascism 1:11:00 - Freedom for the Bourgeoise 1:13:00 - We both recommend Lenin. You can find Ben Norton at the Grayzone and his podcast Moderate Rebels Get full access to Historic.ly at historicly.substack.com/subscribe
1 hr 17 min
Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
J.G.
Organized Crime & Trump's Phony Election Fraud Outrage w/ Daniel Hopsicker
If you appreciate Parallax Views and the work of J.G. Michael please consider supporting the show through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/parallaxviews On this edition of Parallax Views, Trump supporters are currently in full force claiming the 2020 Election's results, which delivered a win to Joe Biden, are the result of election fraud and a conspiracy involving the Democratic Party, Venezuela, a software firm SMARTMATIC, and Dominion Voting Systems. Returning guest, Daniel Hopsicker has a thing or two to say about that as someone whose been following the potentially shady owners and backgrounds of voting industry companies like ES&S, Sequoia Pacific Systems, Diebold, and Dominion Voting Systems. And his view doesn't line up with that of Sean Hannity's ranting about a Venezuela/Democratic Party conspiracy to steal the Presidential Election from Trump. Instead Hopsicker has found that these companies are owned by private interests with seeming ties to organized crime or, put more simply, the mob.But before discussing that we delve into some scoops that Daniel has on Steve Bannon. Bannon was arrested on the yacht of exiled Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui. This leads to a discussion about Wengui, the company HNA Group (which has had a bit of a feud with Wengui, espionage and intelligency agency spooks, and cocaine smuggling/drug trafficking. As always, Daniel takes the conversation into some interesting directions that deal with transnational organized crime and its relationship to drug trafficking and money laundering operations. How does Steve Bannon, as well as Bannon's buddy Andrew Badolato and what Daniel calls the "Sarasota" node of this story, fit into the whole picture? Find out in the first part of our conversation with Daniel Hopsicker. As I note in the interview, Daniel was tracking Badolato before he became the subject of mainstream media scrutiny with the We Build the Wall scam. Additionally, I mention in this conversation Daniel's coverage of Huffman Aviation and Rudi Dekkers, who was eventually arrested on cocaine related charges.From there we delve into Daniel's work on election fraud as examined in his documentary The Big Fix 2000. That documentary dealt with the voting industry companies around the time of the 2000 election and discussed an important story involving a Louisiana elections commissioner named Raymond Fowler and his connections to the mobbed up Pasquale "Rocco" Ricci among other things. This also leads us into the story of Louis Wolfson, a convicted criminal who may have invented the term "cover-up", and his relationship to Sequoia Voting Systems. A number of the companies that come up in Daniel's research end up being bought out by Dominion Voting Systems. However, Daniel doesn't buy Sean Hannity's communist conspiracy line about Dominion Voting Systems and the 2020 Presidential Election. In this conversation he explains why he believes that Biden won the election fair and square even if questions surrounding Dominion Voting Systems, which were first raised by Democratic Party Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney years before any Republicans were shouting their allegations about the company, should, in Hopsicker's opinion, be examined. From Hopsicker's purview these companies are owned by private interests and his research shows ties to organized crime that is in relationship with right-wing, rather than communist, political elements.
57 min
Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast
Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast
Chris Henrikson / Danny Sjursen / Keagan Miller
Bill Astore – Ep 86
Bill Astore, a retired Lieutenant Colonel (USAF), professor of history, one of TomDispatch’s regular contributors, and a senior fellow at the Eisenhower Media Network, stops by the podcast to discuss his career in the Air Force as an engineering officer, his family history of military service, the inherent problems in the American ideals of exceptionalism and hero worship, and the powerful, but often forgotten anti-war history of George McGovern.  You can find his personal blog at BracingViews.com. Let me guess.  You're enjoying the show so much, you'd like to leave us a review?!  Click here for Stitcher.  Click here for Apple Podcasts.  Click here for our Facebook page.  Alternatively, you can click here: https://lovethepodcast.com/fortressonahill Email us at fortressonahill@gmail.com Check out our t-shirt store on Spreadshirt.com Not a contributor on Patreon? You're missing out on amazing bonus content! Sign up to be one of our patrons today! - www.patreon.com/fortressonahill A special thanks to our Patreon honorary producers - Will Ahrens, Fahim Shirazee, James O'Barr, Adam Bellows, Eric Phillips, Paul Appell, Julie Dupris, Thomas Benson, Emma P, Janet Hanson, Tristan Oliver, Daniel Fleming, Michael Caron, Jason, Zach H, Ren Jacob, and the Statist Quo Podcast.  You all are the engine that helps us power the podcast.  Thank you so much!!! Not up for something recurring like Patreon, but want to give a couple bucks?!  Visit Paypal.me/fortressonahill to contribute!! Fortress On A Hill is hosted, written, and produced by Chris 'Henri' Henrikson, Danny Sjursen, and Keagan Miller. Intro / outro music "Fortress on a hill" written and performed by Clifton Hicks.  Clifton's Bandcamp page; Clifton's Patreon page Cover and website art designed by Brian K. Wyatt Jr. of B-EZ Graphix Multimedia Marketing Agency in Tallehassee, FL Note: The views expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts alone, expressed in an unofficial capacity, and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Army, Department of Defense, or the U.S. government.
1 hr 20 min
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