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The purpose of this show is to educate people on revolutionary strategy, theory, tactics, and analysis using popular culture. While there are many other podcasts and shows discussing politics and popular culture, there doesn't seem to be many that actually talk about and break down the mechanisms of how social change, let alone revolution, is carried out. I believe that my 10 years of experience as a political organizer and educator, along with my lifelong nerdom, will allow me to create useful content that can hopefully inspire and support those engaged in changing the world.

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The purpose of this show is to educate people on revolutionary strategy, theory, tactics, and analysis using popular culture. While there are many other podcasts and shows discussing politics and popular culture, there doesn't seem to be many that actually talk about and break down the mechanisms of how social change, let alone revolution, is carried out. I believe that my 10 years of experience as a political organizer and educator, along with my lifelong nerdom, will allow me to create useful content that can hopefully inspire and support those engaged in changing the world.

    The Lion King, Coups, and Revolutionary Coups

    The Lion King, Coups, and Revolutionary Coups

    We interrogate the concept of the Coup using University of Cambridge sociology professor David Lane's work and early 90s smash hit The Lion King. Uses the framework to discuss the white supremacist coup in Wilmington, North Carolina and Thomas Sankara's...

    • 38 min
    Pink Floyd and Student Uprisings

    Pink Floyd and Student Uprisings

    Learn some of the mechanics and theory behind Student Uprisings with the help of Pink Floyd's 1979 "Another Brick in The Wall Part 2" and the 1976 student led Soweto Uprising in South Africa. Covers tactical advice and some long term strategy for those...

    • 33 min
    Mean Girls and How to Overthrow Dictators

    Mean Girls and How to Overthrow Dictators

    We use the framework of Gene Sharp's "pillars of support" and what may very well be the greatest high school movie of all time, Mean Girls, to explain how movements can go about analyzing and overthrowing the regimes that rule over them.Support Anthony...

    • 27 min
    Legend of Korra and Political Assassinations

    Legend of Korra and Political Assassinations

    We cover Legend of Korra, the sequel show to Avatar the Last Airbender, and how it relates to the concept of propaganda of the deed, specifically leftwing assassinations. We cover the base basics of anarchist philosophy and provide a pre-Russian...

    • 27 min
    Hey Arnold, Dilemma Actions, and Nonviolent Protest

    Hey Arnold, Dilemma Actions, and Nonviolent Protest

    This episode we check out Hey Arnold and how our football shaped comrade uses the concept of the "Dilemma Action" to outmaneuver a more powerful adversary.Also check out the Dream Defenders (https://dreamdefenders.org/) and some criticisms of Gandhi...

    • 23 min
    Avatar The Last Airbender and Rioting

    Avatar The Last Airbender and Rioting

    Avatar: The Last Airbender covers a lot of topics, from genocide and imperialism, to love and restorative justice. This episode will discuss how it handles property destruction and looting. I know it is a little risky, but it is timely and I hope you...

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

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19 Ratings

omgpop! ,

Awesome podcast!

Love how you tie cartoons to politics! This pod is informative, funny, and bite sized for those of us who want to learn a bit but don’t have an extra hour to spare

otterfuzz ,

This is brilliant. Akin in hilarious and brilliant.

I just found this podcast and am now hooked. I and am so excited for new episodes to be released. The host also has an awesome podcasting voice.

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