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Get highlights from Canada's favourite coast-to-coast community of left podcasts including Alberta Advantage, 49th Parahell, Habibti Please, Kino Lefter, Tech Won't Save Us, The Progress Report, Oats for Breakfast, Big Shiny Takes, Left Turn Canada, all exclusive Harbinger releases & more!

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    (UNLOCKED) Cuban Sports After the Revolution (OffCourt S2,E7)

    (UNLOCKED) Cuban Sports After the Revolution (OffCourt S2,E7)

    On S2,E7 of OffCourt hosts Abdul Malik and Eytan Tobin unpack:

    * the emergence of Cuban Sports in the post-revolution era
    * how Cuba built sustainable sports without capitalism
    * how the US helped to end 60 years of Cuban dominance in sports like baseball
    * and could your favourite sports league exist under socialism? The answer is yes!

    Get early access to all new episodes of OffCourt and other Harbinger exclusives by supporting Canada's progressive podcast community with a small monthly contribution at https://harbingermedianetwork.com/

    • 1h 5 min
    (UNLOCKED) Pat Tilman and Afghanistan: Part 2 (OffCourt S2, E6)

    (UNLOCKED) Pat Tilman and Afghanistan: Part 2 (OffCourt S2, E6)

    In an unlocked part 2 hosts Abdul Malik and Eytan Tobin discuss the history of war and international interventionism in Afghanistan as a parallel to Pat Tillman's football career as his path took him to enlistment and his eventual tragic death. Plus: exploring the history of his deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan and the cover-up of his 'friendly fire' murder in the long shadow of the military-industrial complex.

    'Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman', a 2009 book written by Jon Krakauer, serves as a guide for the discussion.

    Find out more about the book at https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2936415-where-men-win-glory

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    • 56 min
    Demystifying the Billionaire Space Race (Tech Won't Save Us ep70)

    Demystifying the Billionaire Space Race (Tech Won't Save Us ep70)

    Paris Marx takes a solo episode to discuss the billionaire space race, specifically how billionaires are selling grand futures of space travel as a PR scheme to get huge public contracts that will allow them to control the infrastructure of space.

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    Tech Won’t Save Us offers a critical perspective on tech, its worldview, and wider society with the goal of inspiring people to demand better tech and a better world. Follow the podcast (@techwontsaveus) and host Paris Marx (@parismarx) on Twitter.

    Support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/techwontsaveus

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    • 43 min
    Canada, Global Capitalism & Socialist Possibilities w/ Sam Gindin (Sweater Weather ep1)

    Canada, Global Capitalism & Socialist Possibilities w/ Sam Gindin (Sweater Weather ep1)

    On an early episode of Sweater Weather host Aaron Giovannone speaks with Sam Gindin, co-author of modern classic The Making of Global Capitalism (2012), as well as the more recent but no less essential The Socialist Challenge Today (2020) both co-written with his long-time friend and colleague Leo Panitch. From 1974-2000, Sam was the director of research at the Canadian Auto Workers union, now Unifor, the largest private sector union in Canada.

    Sam is an internationally recognized authority on political economy and social movements, and he frequently writes and speaks about socialism in a global context—but he’s Canadian, so I was keen to hear what he had to say about the battle on the home front. We talk about Canada’s place in the global capitalist system, about Canada’s possibilities for economic nationalism, about Canadian unions and the working class, the Green New Deal versus Green Capitalism, and his promising efforts with a worker-led project called Green Jobs Oshawa.

    Aaron and Sam also talk about the Canadian manifestations of the left populist up-welling in recent years, which he thinks was (unfortunately) captured by the Trudeau Liberals. And we’ll address that age-old question for Canadian socialists: to NDP, or not to NDP.

    * Support Sweater Weather at www.patreon.com/canadiansweater

    * Check out the website at https://www.sweaterweatherpod.com/

    * Watch the conversation on the SW YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTToo3_nZGE

    • 1h 10 min
    (UNLOCKED) Who Killed the Green Party of Canada? (Harbinger Society Presents ep16)

    (UNLOCKED) Who Killed the Green Party of Canada? (Harbinger Society Presents ep16)

    On this episode:

    Host Andre Goulet makes the risky decision to look for answers regarding a suspicious and baffling death in Canada's political community on the mean streets of Gatineau with Inspector Abdul Malik & Israeli International Peace Operations Trainee Eytan Tobin (OFFCOURT).

    Then: the Harbinger Special Victims Unit elite squad (Superintendent Marino Greco, Sergeant Jeremy Appel & Community Liaison Eric Wickham of BIG SHINY TAKES) convenes at Ottawa PD headquarters to examine the evidence as they desperately search for the culprit in the untimely death of the Canadian Greens.

    Plus: Harbinger Atlantic correspondent James Brown makes the case for a Green Party revival from rural Prince Edward Island on a new Solitary Thoughts.

    • 1h 21 min
    (UNLOCKED) Pat Tilman and Afghanistan: Part 1 (OffCourt S2, E5)

    (UNLOCKED) Pat Tilman and Afghanistan: Part 1 (OffCourt S2, E5)

    In a special two part investigation hosts Abdul Malik and Eytan Tobin discuss the life and tragedy of Pat Tillman, an American football player who left his professional career and enlisted in the United States Army after the September 11 attacks. Tillman was subsequently killed by friendly fire in 2004 in the US war in Afghanistan and a cover-up of his death was coordinated by both the military and U.S. Government.

    In this conversation Malik and Tobin discuss the history of war and international interventionism in Afghanistan as a parallel to Pat's football career as his path took him to enlistment and his eventual tragic death. 'Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman, Jon Krakauer 2009 book, serves as a guide for the discussion.

    This episode focuses on Pat Tillman's pre-enlistment career, Afghanistan in the 80's and 90's, and the beginning of the Bush Administration's war on terror. Get early access to Part 2 and all new episodes of OffCourt and other Harbinger exclusives by supporting Canada's progressive podcast community with a small monthly contribution at https://harbingermedianetwork.com/

    • 1h 14 min

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