A podcast about fascists, nazis, and far right, from the perspective of the left.
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36 - Anti-fascist RPGs and Nerd Cultures w/ Postcards From Cable Street
We talk to three creators of Postcards from Cable street, a new anti-fascist RPG zine, about nerd culture, creating anti-fascist RPGs, and fighting back against reactionary elements in nerd culture.
We also run through their favourite sections of the zine!
Follow them at @cable_from for more information about the project!
35 - On The Draconian Policing Bill
Sam and Alex discuss the new Policing Bill in the UK and what it means for anti-fascism.
For more information follow @netpol and visit netpol.org
You can support this show at https://www.patreon.com/12rulesforwhat where we now have premium episodes going up
34 - Stuart Christie's Life and Legacy w/ The Stuart Christie Memorial Archive
Jess Thorne joins us to discuss the life and passing of Stuart Christie, one of the UK's most famous anarchists who is perhaps best known for participating in a plot to assasinate Franco in 1964.
We also discuss the radical prisoner support group which Christie refounded, the memorial archive and the value of past struggles in informing our politics today.
Jess’s obituary of Christie: https://maydayrooms.org/stuart_christie/
You can give money to the archive fundraiser here:
33 - Migrant solidarity and the far right w/ Channel Rescue
Alex talks to Simon from Channel Rescue about the organisation's humanitarian work, the hostile environment, migrant solidarity, far right activism around Napier Barracks and Penally Camp, the psychogeography of Dover and what anti-fascists should be doing!
Find out more about Channel Rescue's work here:
32 - Forty Ways to Fight Fascism w/ Spencer Sunshine
We talk to author and activist Spencer Sunshine to discuss his latest text 40 Ways to Fight Fascism, the far right after Trump, anti-fascism in the US, the history behind James Mason's SEIGE and more!
Read 40 Ways to Fight Fascism here:
Find out more about Spencer's work here:
31 - Posthuman Fascism w/ Samir Gandesha
Samir sits down with author and academic Samir Gandesha for a wide ranging interview about Indigenous struggles against pipelines, the theory of endocolonialism, fascist resentment and more!
Samir Gandesha is an Associate Professor in the Department of the Humanities and the Director of the Institute for the Humanities at Simon Fraser University. He is also the editor of a new collection of essays on 'Spectres of Fascism', which is available from Pluto: https://www.plutobooks.com/9780745340647/spectres-of-fascism/
In this show we start from a discussion of his essay Posthuman Fascism, available here: https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/posthuman-fascism
BELLA CIAO REMIX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOOt1DRWSo4
For an anti-fascist music playlist, see here:
You can also get information on how to see Samir in discussion with Jodi Dean, Dominiek Hoens, and Klaas Tindemans here:
And watch another interview with him here: https://bc.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=2119735
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A great resource for those interested in learning more about the far right
recomended bedtime listening
A lot of information at once but theres really important stuff here so definately worth a listen. The podcasts are an hour long but feel like years of reading with the most relevant info condensed into an hour, essential this awareness gets shared. 5 stars for strong analysis
Concise, genuine, needed. Making political developments accessible is so important.