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German philosopher, economist, historian, sociologist, political theorist and journalist

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New Discourses
Paulo Freire's Marxist Easter for Educators

New Discourses

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 119:13


The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 90 Critical Education Theory Series, Part 20 This episode of the New Discourses Podcast continues a long miniseries exploring Paulo Freire's landmark 1985 book The Politics of Education: Culture, Power, and Liberation (https://amzn.to/3IJ4ZOT), and it is embedded in the broader Critical Education Theory series (https://newdiscourses.com/tag/critical-education-theory/). In the previous part, James Lindsay presented the ideas in the ninth chapter of that book, where Freire outlines that the purpose of education is to humanize Man and the world, exactly as indicated by Karl Marx. The previous parts of this series, covering the earlier chapters of the book can be found here: Part 1: https://newdiscourses.com/2022/04/paulo-freires-politics-of-education/ Part 2: https://newdiscourses.com/2022/04/paulo-freire-educating-to-proclaim-the-world/ Part 3: https://newdiscourses.com/2022/04/social-work-education/ Part 4: https://newdiscourses.com/2022/05/paulo-freire-birth-of-groomer-schools/ Part 5: https://newdiscourses.com/2022/07/paulo-freires-perpetual-cultural-revolution/ Part 6: https://newdiscourses.com/2022/07/paulo-freire-and-learning-to-remake-man/ Part 7: https://newdiscourses.com/2022/08/paulo-freire-and-the-critical-theft-of-education/ In this episode, the last in the formal educational series covering this book, James takes up the first part of the very weird tenth chapter of The Politics of Education, wherein Freire discusses Liberation Theology and the Role of the Church as a parallel educational institution. In this first part of this shocking chapter, before turning to the role he envisions for churches, Freire explains the religious conversion educators must go through in order to be "true" educators. He describes it as a process of spiritual death and rebirth, literally an Easter educators and religious leaders must go through to be resurrected on the side of the oppressed. This is the religious heart of the so-called "pedagogy of the oppressed" at the center of Freire's entire project and legacy. Join James to understand how Freire enabled the theft of education so that it could be transformed into religious education for the Theology of Marxism (https://newdiscourses.com/2022/01/theology-marxism/). Support New Discourses: https://newdiscourses.com/support/ Follow James Lindsay: https://linktr.ee/conceptualjames Subscribe to New Discourses on other platforms: https://newdiscourses.com/subscribe © 2022 New Discourses. All rights reserved.

The Word on Fire Show - Catholic Faith and Culture
WOF 347: Understanding the Present Moment #3 (Jean-Paul Sartre)

The Word on Fire Show - Catholic Faith and Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 28:28


Friends, today on the “Word on Fire Show,” we continue our series of discussions called “Understanding the Present Moment.” Brandon Vogt and I are examining four massively influential figures who together help explain our present moment, how we arrived at where we are today. The ideologies undergirding much of the unrest in our culture stem from these four thinkers: Karl Marx, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Michel Foucault. Once we understand these figures and their key ideas, we will recognize them everywhere and be prepared to engage today's challenges. In today's second discussion, we focus on Jean-Paul Sartre. A listener asks, how does someone be selfless and yet love himself? Links The Installation of Bishop Robert Barron Wonder Conference – WonderConference.com NOTE: Do you like this podcast? Become a patron and get some great perks for helping, like free books, bonus content, and more. Word on Fire is a non-profit ministry that depends on the support of our listeners…like you! So be part of this mission, and join us today!

Encyclopedia Womannica
Muses: Bettina Brentano Von Arnim

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 6:36


Bettina Brentano Von Arnim (1785-1859) inspired the likes of Ludwig van Beethoven and Karl Marx, while also publishing influential writings of her own.This month, we're talking about muses–women who were drivers of creativity and inspiration. Once again, we're proud to partner with Mercedes-Benz (whose famous namesake was inspired by a young muse named Mercedes). Tune in daily for stories of women whose lives inspired work that has shaped our culture.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Ale Tejeda, Sara Schleede, and Alex Jhamb Burns. Special thanks to Shira Atkins. Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitter

The David Knight Show
Thr 4Aug22 FBI Says Jefferson, Washington, Founders Were Terrorists

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 181:43


* Document shows FBI says those who support Jefferson & Washington are terrorists. Is it because they swore "eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man"?* Alex Jones' "Perry Mason Moment" (a sudden, dramatic presentation of new evidence that changes everything)* "Reversible Death"? New "zombie tech" brings back pigs after being dead for an hour. What they say tells us a great deal about what is going on with organ harvesting via abortion* Karl Marx in Drag — from Portland to California, then to the rest of the country* INTERVIEW: Joel Skousen, WorldAffairsBrief.com on the coming nuclear war — how it starts and how to protect from things like EMPFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

Thru The Gathering Storm
Episode 171 – NOT YOUR FATHER'S DEMOCRATIC PARTY

Thru The Gathering Storm

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 6:33


THIS IS NOT YOUR FATHER'S DEMOCRATIC PARTY—Chaplain R.T. Byrum shows how the once great balance between left and right, red and blue, has been eroding in the last few decades. Socialism, which Karl Marx described as the first step towards … Continue reading →

The REAL David Knight Show
Thr 4Aug22 FBI Says Jefferson, Washington, Founders Were Terrorists

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 181:43


* Document shows FBI says those who support Jefferson & Washington are terrorists. Is it because they swore "eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man"?* Alex Jones' "Perry Mason Moment" (a sudden, dramatic presentation of new evidence that changes everything)* "Reversible Death"? New "zombie tech" brings back pigs after being dead for an hour. What they say tells us a great deal about what is going on with organ harvesting via abortion* Karl Marx in Drag — from Portland to California, then to the rest of the country* INTERVIEW: Joel Skousen, WorldAffairsBrief.com on the coming nuclear war — how it starts and how to protect from things like EMPFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Madison's Notes: The Origins of the Modern Self: A Conversation with Carl Trueman

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022


Modern social and political discussions all seem to revolve around the concept of identity. Dr. Carl Trueman, theologian and former William E. Simon Fellow in Religion and Public Life here at the Madison Program, discusses how thinkers like Marx, Freud, and Nietzsche created a world in which sexuality is politicized, and in which we all […]

2 Pages with MBS
Have We Canceled Our Future?: Pascal Finette, author of ‘The Heretic, [reads] ‘Kraftwerk'

2 Pages with MBS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 31:42


Recommend this show by sharing the link: pod.link/2Pages    What does it mean to be a radical? Karl Marx had this to say about it: “To be radical is to go to the root of the matter. For man, however, the root is man himself.” So, radical compassion, empathy, generosity, leadership, humanity - perhaps it's time to be a radical.  Pascal Finette is a founder of a boutique advisory firm, Be Radical, and the ‘posse leader' at The Heretic, one of my favorite–very opinionated–newsletters. He's worn many hats throughout his lengthy career, and, to this day, continues to be a learner. Get‌ ‌book‌ ‌links‌ ‌and‌ ‌resources‌ ‌at‌ https://www.mbs.works/2-pages-podcast/  Pascal reads two pages from Kraftwerk by Uwe Schütte. [reading begins at 12:30]  Hear us discuss:  “You are the people who surround you.” [3:06] | How individuals change: “Make people uncomfortable enough that they feel not only the desire to change, but the necessity. Then–most importantly–give them the tools to do so.” [8:15] | Empowering others to create a preferable future. [15:36] | Navigating the white savior complex: “It comes down to admitting to not knowing.” [22:07]

The Word on Fire Show - Catholic Faith and Culture
WOF 345: Understanding the Present Moment #2 (Friedrich Nietzsche)

The Word on Fire Show - Catholic Faith and Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 28:48 Very Popular


Friends, today on the “Word on Fire Show,” we continue our series of discussions called “Understanding the Present Moment.” Brandon Vogt and I are examining four massively influential figures who together help explain our present moment, how we arrived at where we are today. The ideologies undergirding much of the unrest in our culture stem from these four thinkers: Karl Marx, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Michel Foucault. Once we understand these figures and their key ideas, we will recognize them everywhere and be prepared to engage today's challenges. In today's second discussion, we focus on Friedrich Nietzsche. A listener asks, what's the difference between the theological virtues of faith and hope? Links Wonder Conference – WonderConference.com NOTE: Do you like this podcast? Become a patron and get some great perks for helping, like free books, bonus content, and more. Word on Fire is a non-profit ministry that depends on the support of our listeners…like you! So be part of this mission, and join us today!

The Brand Called You
The Jewish Roots of Christianity | Dr. Bruce Chilton, Author, The Jewish Roots of Christianity

The Brand Called You

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 41:21


Religion is the opium of people. Karl Marx said this and he was not wrong. The importance of religion in our society is unequal to anything. Politics and even economics are affected by religious ideologies. Judaism and Christianity are religions that are very close to each other in terms of their birth during the Common Era. Today's guest, Dr. Bruce Chilton, is an Author and is a scholar of Early Christianity and Judaism. He discusses about the early myths and facts of the origins of Christianity and Judaism. He separates the facts about Early Christianity and Judaism from the plethora of accurate and inaccurate information we have today. About Bruce Chilton Dr. Bruce Chilton is a scholar of Early Christianity and Judaism. Dr. Bruce has written a number of books including The Rabi Jesus, The Rabi Paul, and Mary Magdalene: A Biography. He has also authored Abraham's Curse: The Roots of Violence in Judaism, Christianity and Islam and The Herods: Murder, Politics, and the Art of Succession. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tbcy/support

Cato Daily Podcast
How the Academy Rehabilitated Karl Marx

Cato Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 10:49


Karl Marx made serious contributions to the field of economics, but they don't justify his strangely elevated status in American university courses. Phil Magness with the American Institute for Economic Research details how the Soviets and universities rehabilitated the academic reputation of Karl Marx. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

99 ZU EINS
Episode 161: [ENG] Marx's View on Consumerism w/ Ishay Landa

99 ZU EINS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 75:14


In his essay "The negation of abnegation" Ishay Landa revisits Karl Marx's understanding of consumption, in an effort to rescue it from the overshadowing legacy of critical theory which has construed Marx as inveighing against false needs. It is argued that Marx regarded the expansion of needs entailed by capitalism in a generally favourable way, but saw capitalism as a system yoking use-value to the imperatives of profit accumulation, hence limiting and subjugating the consumption of the masses. While Marx's position was radically different from conventional anti-consumerism it is equally incompatible with complacent affirmations of ‘the consumer society' in that Marx at all times aimed at a revolutionary change which will transform consumption both quantitatively and qualitatively. Marx's views are first discussed as expressed in the perennially-cited text, the 1844 Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts. The second part moves on to examine the further evolution of Marx's ideas as found in later texts, particularly the Grundrisse.

Theory & Philosophy
Karl Marx's ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 10/10)

Theory & Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 43:40


In this episode, I cover Part Seven and Supplementary Remarks by Frederick Engels of Karl Marx's "Capital" Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21-26) Episode Five: Part Five (Chs. 27-31) Episode Six: Part Five (Chs. 32-36) Episode Seven: Part Six (Chs. 37-40) Episode Eight: Part Six (Chs. 41- 45) Episode Nine: Part Six (Chs. 46-47) Episode Ten: Part Seven and Supplementary Remarks by Frederick Engels If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphilosophy paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_and_philosophy 

University of the Underground
HORROR! / Extracting Monsters and the Commodification of Everything

University of the Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 80:05


Welcome to “HORROR!”, a podcast by the researchers of the charity University of the Underground's Horror Programme. This tuition free programme was led by speculative designer Agi Haines from November 2021 to March 2022, as a critical exploration into illicit societal fears and a dive into horror as a complex tool and genre. In every episode of this series we will explore research topics from our projects, with the help of experts, practitioners, artists, and much more. Our host throughout this podcast series will be Necro, our cheeky demonic guide on a nightly journey full of ghosts, shadows, and inexplicable monsters…but no need to worry, as all our guests, human and non-human, have promised to stay in the studio. Be prepared, though: these encounters might easily transport into your homes some uncanny perspectives on our present. In this episode, Agi Haines gives us some suggestions about natural horror and poisonous apples. Our researcher Bianca Schick brings us a conversation about commodification, extractivisms, the monster of museification, with Santiago Reyes Villaveces, whose work falls between art and environmental humanities and finally our host Necro is joined for an exclusive interview by Glottonius the 2022. Throughout this episode you can also hear some crunchy dreadful music in connection to apples and food. Featuring: Bianca Schick, multimedia artist and design researcher. Her work constructs jiggly-wiggly imagery, addressing metaphysical mundanity to trigger brainly embodiment. She works across time-based media, graphic design, performance, and text, to engage in questions of identity, affect, and language. Agi Haines, speculative designer. Her work is focused on the design of the human body as a malleable object through which she explores how far we can push our living flesh while still being accepted by society. Santiago Reyes Villaveces, artist whose practice explores the many entanglements of culture, architecture, and politics through interdisciplinary research. He lives and works in Bogotà and Ambalema. Bianca Schick as Glottonius the 2022, a legendary extractive monster who swallows the world with great pleasure, described by a certain Karl Marx as a vampire who lives only by sucking living labor. James Nola as Necromantique or Necro, our demonic host who pays homage to 80s cult horror, that will get your bones giggling. Thank you for listening. We hope that this series will contribute to inspire, to communicate powerful messages, to expose enduring dynamics of the contemporary world and to challenge our understanding of its structures and taboos. If we didn't scare you enough, and you want to know more about our projects, join us for more episodes or visit https://universityoftheunderground.org! Coordination, proof-listening: Veronika Hanáková, Ludovica Battista Scripting: Veronika Hanáková, Ludovica Battista, Bianca Schick Production, editing, music selection: Ludovica Battista Hosting: James Nola, Bianca Schick TRACKLIST: CNN Predicts a Monster Storm - Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet Apple, apple of my desires - gut++ (Bianca Schick, Alex Foradori, Eric Campanini), sound extract from Techno Apple Superstar Who Poisoned the Soup - Danshin, Arooj Aftab Arabidopsis Thaliana - Ilona Jurkonytė, Santiago Reyes Villaveces, excerpt of audiovisual installation Intro - Gorillaz The Raw and the Cooked - Jan Jelinek Apple - Cibo Matto

Live Like the World is Dying
S1E47 - This Month In The Apocalypse with Margaret, Brooke, and Casandra

Live Like the World is Dying

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022


Episode Notes Episode summary In this new monthly segment, members of the Strangers Collective discuss current events as they relate to community preparedness. If you're watching the news and wondering what's going on with inflation, supply chain shortages, the heat "wave", or Q'anon talking about space lasers and the black holes that are causing all of this, tune in. The group breaks down the mechanics of inflation, why prices are what they are, why we're seeing shortages, and ways you can prepare now for when things get worse. Host Info Casandra can be found on Twitter @hey_casandra or Instagram @House.Of.Hands Margaret Killjoy can be found on twitter @magpiekilljoy or instagram at @margaretkilljoy. Publisher Info This show is published by Strangers in A Tangled Wilderness. We can be found at www.tangledwilderness.org, or on Twitter @TangledWild and Instagram @Tangled_Wilderness. You can support the show on Patreon at www.patreon.com/strangersinatangledwilderness. Transcript This Month In The Apocalypse Margaret 00:15 Hello and welcome to Live Like The World Is Dying, your podcast for feels like the times. I'm one of your hosts, Margaret killjoy, because joining me today are two other co-hosts if y'all want to introduce yourself. Casandra 00:28 I'm Cassandra. Brooke 00:30 I'm Brooke. Margaret 00:32 And today, we are starting a new, a new fun series talking about all the fun stuff that's going to be coming your way soon. It's called This Month In The Apocalypse, because we've realized that on this podcast, we talk a lot with different people about how to do different skills, about different specific issues, but there's so much happening these days that it seems worthwhile to kind of keep track of this as it happens, all the different things that are happening, I don't know, does that decent description of what the hell we're trying to do? Casandra 01:09 Yeah. Margaret 01:11 And you will be excited to know that this podcast is a proud member of the Channel Zero network of anarchists podcasts, and here's a jingle from another show on the network. Jingle song 01:24 It's going down, and you're invited for what they sell it. We buy in, there is no running. There is no hiding. There's only fighting or dying. It's going down, and you're invited for what they're selling, we aint buying. There is no running. There is no hiding. There's only fighting or dying. Jingle Host 01:53 It's going down is a digital Community Center from anarchists, Anti-Fascist, autonomous, anti-capitalist and anti-colonial movements. Our mission is to provide an autonomous and resilient platform to publicize and promote revolutionary theory and action. Jingle Host 2 02:10 Go to itsgoingdown.org for daily updates, check out our online store for ways to donate and rate and follow us on iTunes if you like this podcast Margaret 02:27 We're back from the jingle. I'm used to having another podcast where there's actual ads, which sucks. And so I don't know how to talk anymore. So, nothing really happened this month and everything is continuing as it should. I believe there's no major supply chain interruptions nothing forecasted bad to happen. Does that that match with the yall's understanding? Brooke 02:54 Yeah, good done, end of pod. Move on with our lives. Margaret 03:01 What do we want to talk about first? Want to talk about shortages? All the stuff there's shortages of? Brooke 03:09 Sure. Casandra 03:10 Yeah, I was looking at a list. And it's it's just everything. They're shortages in everything. Margaret 03:16 Give me some example. Casandra 03:17 It started out like meat, dairy, eggs. And then it was like produce, aluminum for packaging things, plastic packaging things, fuel to get things to places. Margaret 03:27 Yeah, one of the things I was trying to think about was like, you know, when I was looking through, it seems like some of the things that they're shortages of there's shortages of from a supply chain point of view, sort of a temporary point of view, right? Like, like one of them is like pet food. I saw that one and I like freaked out. It's like I have a pet. You know, do I need to fill my basement with like a like a ball pit, but just full of kibble? Brooke 03:52 Ongoing forumla shortage issues. Margaret 03:55 Yeah. Well, but and what's interesting is to try and figure out which of these things are....the pet food issue, at least as I saw was a little bit different than some of the other ones. It actually more is about there's increased demand, because locked down got more people to decide to become closer buds with different creatures that aren't human that eat pet food. And, I guess there's a word for those. And so... it'sprobably in the word pet food. Food. People decided to become friends with different food. Shit, I'm supposed to be the vegan on this podcast. Okay, so.... Brooke 04:30 We're off to a banging start. Margaret 04:34 Hell yeah. So pet food, it seems like the shortage is, at least at the moment more just that like there's a lot more demand for pet food. And, so therefore, like people are rushing to keep up. Kind of like the mask shortage at the beginning of the pandemic wasn't like, "Oh God, we're out of the capacity to produce masks." They just were like, "Oh, we need to like ramp up our infrastructure." And so there's like some of it like that. But, then it seems like some of the other shortages are a little bit more because there's not the capacity to either create the thing, or distribute the thing. I don't know, you all know more about this. Casandra 05:09 Or even there's...I think about crops, like there's the ability to create the thing, but not to actually harvest and process the thing. It's seems like every step along the way, is having issues. Brooke 05:23 Right. And if you've got issues with plastic and aluminum, then you can't package the thing. So, maybe you could make it and maybe you even can ship it, but you pack it up. But, there's also then lots of problems with actually transporting it from place A to B. Margaret 05:40 One of the things...Okay, I was reading a list too. And I came up with this clever segue. So I'll just draw too much attention to the fact that I planned this ahead of time. One of the things that there's a supply chain shortages of, I was like, looking through this list, and one of them was garage doors. And that's not something that I think about on a regular basis. I just don't think about whether or not I could go down to the store and buy a garage door today. Right? But it has all of these like, cascading effects. And like, I don't know, you all were having this interesting conversation that I'm trying to trick you into having, again, about housing and the ability to construct homes and all that shit. Casandra 06:21 Oh, I thought you were referencing the conversation about how I actually need a new garage door. And I was like, "Oh, I don't think that's useful. I don't think that's useful on this podcast, Margaret." Margaret 06:30 I was just gonna embarrassingly admit that I have two garage doors, because I live rurally and there's multiple garages on the property. So, I just feel like I'm kind of like, you know, I'm stealing doors. Casandra 06:44 Rich in doors! Brooke 06:46 Well, I mean, technically, Cassandra and I also both have two garage doors, because we have two car bays in our garage and each has a separate door. So we are all two garage door people. Casandra 06:57 Door Priviliege. Door Privilege. Yeah, no, what you actually asked me about was much more useful. Margaret 07:02 Okay. Casandra 07:06 Brooke, please help. Brooke 07:09 Yeah, well, I feel like it came up, because you know Cassandra, you are renting your current house and would love to buy it and have wanted to buy it for a while. And so, you and I keep having these conversations about everything going on with the housing market. Margaret 07:27 So let's talk about that. Casandra 07:28 Right before Covid, it seemed like a good time to buy a house. And then six months later, it seemed awful. And it seems like it's just getting worse. Brooke 07:38 Yeah, that's super accurate. And for just a whole bunch of different reasons. I mean, housing has been overpriced for a while and has gotten just exponentially more so. The cost of housing is outrageous. But then the bigger kicker in the last year is interest rates on mortgages have doubled. So you know, they went from a place where they were at like 3 or 4%, which is actually really pretty reasonable. And now they're up between, like closer to 6%, on average, most of the time, which is not a good interest rate. And one of the things that we saw before the fall of the housing market back in '08, was these super high interest rates, you know, 7-8%, or some of the really predatory lending stuff, people will have them at 10-12%. And we're not quite seeing that. But we are seeing with things like the 6,7,8% interest rates right now, which is not good. Margaret 08:33 Does that mean we're heading for similar places as 2008? Like, how does the how do these compare? I feel like you know, a little bit more about this. Brooke 08:39 Yeah, the the underlying factors that are causing our current bubble, are very different from what we saw in 2008. The ultimate outcome will be a lot the same in a housing crash, and people not being able to afford their mortgages and all the ripples through the economy and whatnot. But, the underlying causes are different. One of them is that the inflation has been on the rise. And so mortgages, you know, we tend to think of a mortgage as a thing that we have in order to buy our house. But from a bank's perspective, a mortgage is a commodity, it's a product that they're buying and selling. So anytime you see prices for products on the rise, mortgages are going to be one of those products that become more expensive. Margaret 09:24 How does this affect renters? Like I would guess, sort of maybe rudely that most of our listeners are renters, and, you know, is it like is that just kind of cause rents to go up if the fact that like if if mortgages are getting harder and harder for landlords like... Casandra 09:40 Well, rents are already going up, at least here. I guess I wonder how much that's related, though. Margaret 09:47 No, I don't know. Is it just going up because of inflation? Casandra 09:49 Yeah, i think it's just general inflation. Yeah. Margaret 09:51 Which is interesting, though, right? Because one of the advantages of homeownership, it seems to me is that it's slightly more inflation resistant, because If your interest stays the same as locked in of whatever you bought it at, you know, and so...and the amount you owe, the bank doesn't go up to match interest. So the landlords have any excuse at all for jacking up rents? Because it's not like they're not like their mortgages have gone up, you know, the same amount is as interest. Brooke 10:21 Well, if they're requiring, if they're using the mortgage payment that you're making in order to fund their life that's their source of income is the profit, you renting the house. Then their costs for all of their other goods in life are going up, so they need to make more money off of the thing that pays them, i.e. the renter, Margaret 10:42 It doesn't seem like a good system, the idea that someone can just make money off of someone else's work instead of their own work. That doesn't that doesn't sound right. That sounds like Communism. It doesn't actually sound like Communism. But that is what people claim. Brooke 11:01 It's incredibly problematic. Margaret 11:04 So landlordism, not not a good... Casandra 11:07 Not great. Margaret 11:09 Hot take. Brooke 11:10 I do not stand. I do not stand the landlords. Casandra 11:13 I hope my landlord doesn't listen to this podcast. Brooke 11:17 If he's the kind of person who listens to this podcast, he should just give you your house. Casandra 11:21 It's true. Shout out to my landlord. Margaret 11:23 And if you're a landlord listening to this, sell your houses to your renters at reasonable rates. Casandra 11:32 Right? Margaret 11:32 Or just give them if you can afford it. Brooke 11:35 Yeah, we were talking about the interest rate the other day, Cas, I think you had some good questions about...you had a bunch of good questions the other day that I would love to talk about here on the pod to if you want. Casandra 11:47 Oh shit, I wonder if I can remember what my questions were. The other day, it was a long time ago. Brooke 11:54 Understood. And also, you know the answers, so you're not wondering anymore. Casandra 11:59 Yeah. Or I just got confused and forgot, which is also possible. Margaret 12:05 That's what I would have done if someone explained many things to me. Casandra 12:08 Yeah, that's generally what my brain does as well. That's why Brooke's here. Thank you, Brooke! Brooke 12:13 Sorry, I guess we should have done in the introduction why I'm relevant too. Margaret 12:19 Yeah, okay. Well, so like, so folks who've listened, if you've listened before, you've probably met me. You might have met Casandra. Casandra has been on a few more times recently. Brooke, who are you? Brooke 12:35 I am a baby anarchist with the pronouns "she" and "her", living in Oregon, relatively near to Casandra. And I have a background in economics and accounting, because before I was an anarchist, I was a capitalist. I'm sorry. And I thought that capitalism was good and fine. And I did a whole lot of time studying and learning about it. And now I like to use all of that knowledge and understanding to talk about how bad capitalism is. Margaret 13:09 I mean, the person who did the most work researching capitalism was Karl Marx. Like, as far as I understand, like, a lot of capitalists were like, "Ah, yeah, that that's what we're doing," you know, after he like, actually wrote down how capitalism works. Just had different takes about whether it was good or bad. So, you know, I dunno. Yeah, so, so we've been talking about...and Brooke is part of Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness, the publishing collective that puts out this podcast as well as other good things, like a podcast with it's the name Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness that you can listen to also. And so we just, we've been having a lot of conversations amongst ourselves about like, "Well, what the fuck we going to do as people as all this crisis happens?" And then we were like, "Oh, right, we should, we should talk about this stuff more." So... Casandra 14:02 l remember. Margaret 14:04 Great. Casandra 14:06 Thanks for that, giving me time to remember. So, I asked about your interest rates. The last time they were this high was 1984. And theoretically they're hiking up interest rates to help deal with inflation, which doesn't make sense to me. But Brooke, you had you understood that? Brooke 14:33 Yeah, because when you mentioned the thing about the interest rates, I was like, "Wellllll, not actually." Because the interest rate that we hear about a lot in the news is the Federal Funds rate, which is set by the Federal Reserve, which is the National Bank that we have in our system. It's basically the bank that our banks use, so all of your US banks and Chases and all of that, they bank at the Federal Reserve. And that's the interest rate that we're talking about is the Federal Reserve's rate that they pay to banks to store money with them. So you're a bank, and you are legally required to have a certain amount of your cash saved at the Federal Bank. It's like 10% of your holdings have to be there. And then the government says, "Thanks for letting us sit around and hold on your money, here's some interest." And to incentivize banks to save more of their money, they've raised that interest rate. So that's the one that you've heard about that's higher than it's been since 1984. Margaret 15:39 Oh, interesting. Brooke 15:40 And it's not directly tied to the other types of interest rates, like loan interest rates, you know, mortgages and credit cards and cars and stuff. But it definitely influences them, because when you look at it from a bank's perspective, like you walk down to your neighborhood bank, and you want to take out a loan from them, they have the choice to get a certain guaranteed interest rate from the Federal government, which is super secure, they're gonna get their money back, they're gonna get their interest, you know, think safe over there, or to loan you a consumer money and gain interest from you. And they only want to give you money, if they can make more on it than they would by loaning it to the Federal government, especially because you as a consumer might be taking it out for like, a mortgage loan, which is going to be 30 years, let's say, so the banks not going to get their money back for a much longer period of time. Whereas with the Federal government, they can go anytime and say, "Hey, I need some of my money," and get it right then. But you as the consumer, they can't. So, they charge you the consumer higher level of interest. So, whatever the federal interest rate is, the bank is going to then want to set its interest rates that it charges to people higher, so it can make more money. And if you can't afford to pay that higher interest, the bank is like, "Fine, I can load my money to the government, and still make still make money off it." Margaret 17:05 So how does this relate to inflation? How does this relate to everything costing more money now and like, you know, you're saying that they were like, they're doing this to solve it, it sounds like it would make it worse to me, I don't know shit about shit. But... Brooke 17:20 Yeah, so they're trying to make money more valuable. So right now, because inflation is high....Let's say you have $1 in your pocket, and you go buy a banana today, and that banana costs $1. So your dollar equals a banana. Let's say you decide to buy a banana tomorrow, and you still only have $1, but the price of the banana has gone up to $1.10. You no longer have one bananas worth of money, in this situation, Margaret 17:51 92% of a banana or something. Brooke 17:55 It's too high for a banana, but that was the first thing that came to mind. Anyway, so they want to curb that inflation so that tomorrow you can still buy your banana for $1. But in order to do that, they have to make your money more valuable, in a sense. And they do that by removing some of the money that's out there in the world. Casandra 18:18 It's...is it possible I'm an anti-capitalist just because the shit can.... Brooke 18:21 Doesn't make sense? Casandra 18:22 Yeah. Brooke 18:23 Yeah, you have to stop thinking about money, the way that we as normal human beings think about it as like, "I give you this stupid thing and you give me something good and useful." And think about it in terms of a bank that thinks of it as a product. So their money is a product that they can buy and sell and get value for. So when you decrease the amount of a product that's available, what's left becomes more valuable. Casandra 18:48 I'm glad this isn't a visual recording so people can't see my like trying to grasp face. Brooke 18:53 This is very helpful to me to know whether or not I am making any fucking sense at all. Casandra 18:59 I'm sure you're making sense. I just...yeah, my brain shuts down when I think of all this stuff, which is why I'm glad you're here. Margaret 19:07 Yeah, and it's like, I want to understand this stuff, but I've also have a little bit of a like, yeah, part of why I'm anti capitalist is I'm like, "This just seems needlessly complicated." And then I'm like, but then I turned around, and I'm like, "Okay, so a federated model, where you have all of these different autonomous groups, and the spokes go to this other thing. And then those make decisions by consensus, except in some cases where they use majority vote, except people have a block, but then as it goes to this other level, and then this is the way they communicate." And so then I'm like, okay, I'm not actually afraid of complicated organizational structures. Casandra 19:45 But that's...Complicated is different than bureaucratic, you know? Margaret 19:49 Okay. Okay. Brooke 19:50 Yeah. I find myself living in this weird place of like, all of this is just ridiculous and unnecessary and most really bad. But also, this is how the thing works, and I'm a pretty big opponent and like, understanding how the thing works, especially when you want to dismantle the system, Margaret 20:11 Yeah. No, and like, I actually just want to appreciate you and people like you, you know, I remember I had a conversation with someone once recently, or they're like, "Oh, I don't think the anarchists would like me. I like spreadsheets too much." And I'm like, "No, we need you.... Casandra 20:25 We love you! Casandra 20:25 We need you more than we need other people." Brooke 20:28 Yeah. For the listeners at home, every time the word "spreadsheet" comes up in the Strangers' group discussions for work, I'm always like, "Me! Me?, do I get to do it? Can I have a spreadsheet?" Margaret 20:39 Whereas I'm like, I've been doing it? And I'm like, I don't know, I'm just beating my head against these things. Casandra 20:47 Well Brooke, you mentioned wanting to understand like, how, how things work. And I'm wondering, so we talked about that the fact that there is inflation, but I'm wondering what the factors are contributing to that, like, why it's continuing to go up at such a rapid rate, because we haven't really... Brooke 21:08 inflation? Casandra 21:09 Yeah. Brooke 21:09 Why it's gone up so much? Casandra 21:11 Yeah. Brooke 21:11 Inflation is a complicated beast. We know that a portion of it is just straight up corporate greed and fucking capitalism being capitalism, you know, of companies saying, "Oh, we can, we can raise prices and have great profits. And people will just like, do that, and we get more money? Yay!" So, and because it's happening in real time, there's not like great data to say, "Oh, half of the reason of inflation..." or whatever, like, we don't know exactly how much that specific action is contributing to it. But it's some large portion of inflation is just because companies are awful greedy, terrible. But, a couple of other factors that are leading into it are fuel prices, like everything in the world is basically affected by fuel prices to move things from A to B, and the creation of so many things, you know, incorporate some amount of petroleum. And...there was a third thing that just fell in my brain. But that actual cost is on the rise. So like it is more expensive to create products. So, that's contributing to it. And then also, the shortages in the supply chain, like we were just talking about that anytime there's less of something, it becomes more valuable. So like, how you see price gouging, when there's an emergency, you know, like, like, if the city's water shuts off, suddenly bottled water becomes more expensive. It's because there's less of it, then they can start to charge more, because people who will afford it can still buy it, and people who can't, then too bad for that. And again, it's all just because capitalism is evil and bad. Margaret 22:57 So, in terms of like solutions, one of the things we talk about when wee want to talk about all the bad stuff and then we want to talk about what people can do, at least as individuals and communities to combat it. Right? And like, and I'll say that for my own sake, and I don't know that this is actually a you know, I actually, I've talked to some of my friends who actually work in finance, and they're a little bit like, "That's not what I would have first thought of," but that's...I guess that makes some sense. You know, one of the things I've been thinking about, right is like, I don't know, like, if you can get in things that hold value, right? You know, this is in the sort of traditional prepper sense, this is where you like run out and buy gold, right? Not because gold is an investment, it doesn't become necessarily more valuable, but it because it like, is more likely to hold its value as inflation goes up. But I would argue the same is true of hard liquor, which does not go bad. I don't even drink hard liquor, but I have a bunch of it.Ammunition. Eh Eh? Okay, this is gonna be where everyone's giving me the "We let this wingnut prepper on." But ammunition does go up and down in value. But overall, I will argue that it will stay valuable and therefore continue to hold its value against inflation. And then also like, this is where my financial friends get really mad at me. I'm like, "Basically like spend it if you've got it," because like, because money is becoming less and less valuable. So like, cash in your pocket is just losing money when it stays in your pocket. Its value goes down every day, you get fewer and fewer bananas. Brooke 24:32 Bananas. Margaret 24:32 Yeah, you have fewer bananas every day. The longer that you hold on to it. Casandra 24:36 This is making me hungry. Margaret 24:38 Yeah, I kind of want a banana. I need to go to the grocery store. But okay, so this is like for example, this is like why I'm like, "Alright, well fuck it," like, get tools. Get stuff if you can, right? Obviously, this is like kind of annoying advice for anyone who I mean like right now I think most of the money issue that people have right now is not having enough money for their basic necessities that they meet on a regular basis. But even like, like I was like, I don't know, as I try to explain someone to be like, Alright, look, if you're going to go out if you're going to spend X amount of money on canned chili over the next three months, buying it now, instead of later, if you can afford it will literally get you more chili, because the prices of everything are just going to go up. And so as you're able to fucking cans of chili are better than cash right now is my my claim, especially the good vegan chili with the little TVP in it. Brooke 25:39 Yeah, if you've got a spare dollar in your pocket today, it's going to be less valuable tomorrow. It's going to be less valuable the day after that. It's just going to keep getting less valuable as long as we're in this cycle of this high inflation. So as much as I tend to be like a saver, it does make more sense at the moment to go buy things preferably things that are like durable, useful, and will last then to... Casandra 26:08 That's still saving. Brooke 26:10 Yeah Margaret 26:11 Yeah, you're just transferring the value into a different form. Brooke 26:14 Yeah, buy some seeds. Casandra 26:15 [At the same time] My favorite form is seeds. Yeah, that's my preferred one. Margaret 26:19 Yeah. Brooke 26:20 How To books. Casandra 26:22 Like oh, I just got I got all my spring seeds for next year. Brooke 26:25 Oh, wow. Casandra 26:25 Well, yeah, just last week, because I knew they'd be way more expensive next year, and they're just in the fridge in plastic bags. Waiting. Brooke 26:34 Very smart. That's a genuinely a good investment, especially given the food supply shortages that we've got going on right now. Casandra 26:43 Yeah, what a good segue Margaret 26:44 [At that same time] What a good segue.[Everyone laughing] Hope you all like this new format of friends chatting. We'll work on it. Casandra 26:56 We're doing great! Brooke 26:57 Yeah, no, it's gonna be exactly this great every time. Margaret 27:02 Food shortages. What do you mean food shortages? That sounds like a bunch of wing nut talk. Casandra 27:11 There are no food shortages. Brooke 27:13 There's no such thing as food. Buy guns. Casandra 27:20 Eat ammo. Brooke 27:22 That's exactly what I was thinking when you said ammo and gold and I was like that's good. Those are things you can eat. We'll be fine. Margaret 27:29 Yeah, yeah. [Everyone laughing] Casandra 27:30 I think there's something to be said about the fact that you and I both have kids, Brooke. So, when I'm like oh...You know if I have 20 extra bucks, what am I putting it into? It's like it's food. Margaret 27:41 It's not whiskey? Brooke 27:45 Pretty much all the time or the next size of clothing for my child that doesn't stop growing. But But yeah, food shortages. So, that's like a really interesting and again very complicated topic. So, I work part time for a local farm as well. And here in Oregon, our spring was especially wet like it's it's...Oregeon is a fairly wet place and we get a fair amount of rain in the spring, but it was like a lot more than usual. And it stayed cold for longer. So this farm, which usually opens up the first week of June and starts selling produce had to delay by a week its start date, because there just was there weren't crops and then they're battling larger infestations of problems and new and different ones so they've had funguses, and mold, and bugs, different kinds of bugs, and greater quantity of bugs attacking their crops, and they've been sending like... Margaret 28:44 Larger bugs. Brooke 28:44 Yeah. Casandra 28:45 Yeah, the pest have gone wild up here. Margaret 28:46 Like bugs the size of cars. Brooke 28:48 Yes. Yeah, they've been sending almost weekly samples to the state, the Oregon State Extension office which is our...they do a bunch of farming program things anyway they... Casandra 29:01 OSU? Brooke 29:02 Yeah, OSU. A lot of states have extension services from their state university, anyway that that analyze like "What is this blight? What is this fungus? Why is this thing turning yellow? Why...what is causing this?" So they... Margaret 29:17 What is this language it's speaking to me and why are its eyes rotating sideways from its head. Brooke 29:22 Yeah, they test for that kind of thing too. E.T. For sure. You know, they would usually send maybe a couple of samples in a season and they've had to send like almost weekly samples for two or three months and then you know devising on the fly--because organic farm, you know, safe organic practices to combat these things. And it's, you know, required a lot of extra time and investment and attention to the farm and the crops that are going in it just to to get a healthy crop out of it. Casandra 29:56 And we're not even experiencing you know, the heat wave here that they're experiencing what, like Western Europe right now. Margaret 30:05 Yeah. And parts of the southern and central United States also. But like. Casandra 30:10 Yeah, and North Africa. Margaret 30:12 Yeah. Casandra 30:13 I was reading that in Portugal. It's so hot that farm equipment is setting dried crops on fire as they're like trying to harvest things. Brooke 30:25 Oh, wow. Casandra 30:26 Like things are that hot and dry. Growing food is becoming more difficult. That seems to be the moral of the story. Margaret 30:36 Well fortunately, I believe the biggest breadbasket of the world, or at least of Europe, is doing just fine and isn't currently being invaded by a megalomaniac, and certainly huge chunks of what's left aren't supporting someone who would invade such a place, so....Or, as I doubt this is news to anyone who is listening, but maybe it is, you know, the the war in Ukraine is fucking up well will fuck up remarkably, the harvest in Ukraine of wheat, and I believe, like it's them in the US maybe are the biggest exporters of wheat in the world. I should have looked up my actual.. I'm learning so much about how I'm gonna do this next time. Casandra 31:22 I was just reading percentages, and they fell out of my brain, but it's big. Brooke 31:27 The combination of Ukraine and Russia and it's mostly Ukraine on this, they provide 12% of the world's wheat supply. Or to put it in other terms, Ukraine's wheat feeds 400 million people a year. So like, the for scale, the population of the US, like one year's worth of wheat. So yeah, it's, it's a lot. And they're basically going to have essentially zero harvest coming out of Ukraine this year in terms of wheat. Casandra 32:01 And it's not just like not having flour on the shelf, but if you're a meat eater, you know, grain fed, grain finished...My brain just died. Brooke 32:15 Animal feed. Casandra 32:16 Thank you. Fuel and animal feed. Brooke 32:20 Cows in particular, yeah, all the little things that the grain goes into, yeah, it's very bad. And, you know, we in the US might not experience as much of that being a wealthy country that's more insulated. Like one of the readings I was doing was talking about how, of course, Africa will be one of the most impacted continents by all of this because it has the highest rate of imports of food from other places, because so much of its inhospitable to growing or growing large quantities of food. And they often get the short end of the stick when there's global supply chain issues. Margaret 32:56 And it's not just the US' position as wealthy. It's that we grow...I think I, I think we're the largest exporter of food in the world, I again, really have learned so much about the kind of stuff I'm going to look up before I start recording next time. Brooke 33:12 Yeah, California, grows like some percentage of the entire world's...just California State of California alone grows an appreciable percent of the world's food supply. Margaret 33:25 Not to just drive home the animal agriculture point, but wow, it sure takes so much more grain to feed a cow to then turn around to feed a person than to just feed the grain to the person. Whooa! Anyway, if I'm gonna get accused of propaganda. Casandra 33:44 But Margaret, I can't eat grain. Margaret 33:46 Yeah, no, I know. That's actually why I don't believe in, everyone should do X. There's very few things I would say everyone should do, and that certainly, certainly applies to diet more than almost anything else. People should do, what they need and what their bodies want. And also what their, you know, local environment sustains most effectively and all those things. Casandra 34:14 I was listening to a podcast yesterday about food shortages that I'm going to forget the name of now. Brooke 34:19 There are other podcasts? Casandra 34:21 There are other podcasts like this? Wild. Margaret 34:24 Cool People Who Do Cool Stuff? Casandra 34:26 No, it wasn't that one, I'm sorry, Margaret. Margaret 34:28 Wait, there's a third podcast? Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness? Casandra 34:33 Is it Behind The Bastards? Is that the? Margaret 34:35 Oh, yeah, I guess they do technically... Brooke 34:37 Are they still allowed to have a podcast? I thought we shut that down. Casandra 34:42 Anyway, Margaret 34:44 So you can't start with another podcast because it takes too much grain. Casandra 34:49 Noooo! Brooke 34:52 That's the title of this episode now. Margaret 34:57 It's called interrupting Casandra. That's the name of the podcast. Brooke 35:01 I love you, Casandra. I'm sorry. Casandra 35:03 You guys, my brain can't hold a thought for that long. Brooke 35:06 Understood. Casandra 35:08 Okay, so I was listening to this, what I would call like a progressive podcast. And I'm usually really annoyed with the like, "We can solve climate change and world hunger by eating locally." But when we're talking about, you know, International food shortage crises, that does seem like one of the more manageable solutions. And we were talking in the chat prior to this episode noticing that I feel really grateful for my CSA share this summer. Because I paid for it, you know, months ago, which means that, you know, if we're going back to the banana analogy, Margaret 35:52 The value hold on. Brooke 35:53 I mean, that is very accurate. You know, we've got, we've got eggs included in the CSA that I work on. And, you know, we do a small markup on that just to cover all the logistics of getting the eggs from the egg supplier. But she had to raise prices at the start of the season. And we'll probably have to raise them again, like in the fall. But if you signed up for the CSA, and that included eggs in your particular box, your price gets to be set, right where it is. Casandra 36:26 Yeah, it's hard, though, right, because especially when we're talking about prepping like one of...I get annoyed with prepping conversations, because oftentimes, people either don't have the space to store large quantities of things or the money to buy things in bulk. And I would consider paying for a CSA ahead of time buying a thing in bulk, or similar, you know, similar impact. And it's hard because a lot of people can't do that. Like, I was hurting for a few months, because the payment came out. I was like, "Oh, yeah, that thing I said I'd pay for." I'm glad I did it. But... Margaret 37:06 Okay, but. [Brooke interupts] Go ahead....Okay, so there is a community solution to this, though. So you can't eat ammunition. But if you have enough ammunition and friends....This thing that happened in history, that should never happen again, because it was violent, during the Spanish Civil War, people collectivized all the farms. Brooke 37:32 Wrong podcast. Wrong podcast. Margaret 37:34 No, but see, see, this is... Casandra 37:36 Did they do it with dinosaurs? Margaret 37:39 I've heard that dinosaurs were involved. They...I at least read one story about that. But, you know, it...I means it's funny to me, right? Because it's like, on some level, okay, so individual solutions are complicated, because they involve certain types of resources. A lot of community solutions are good. And they're working to set up different kinds of like small scale agriculture that you can do within a community and mutual aid organizations that can take care of people and help fill in some holes and different people's, like, dietary needs and stuff like that. But it's like, it's so frustrating, because honestly, like, like, a lot of the solutions to these problems are destroy the existing infrastructure and build an infrastructure, well, not even the infrastructure, the systems that control the current infrastructure, and enter them into a more reasonable and equitable method of distribution. But obviously that has some risks associated with it. So I don't know, I guess, I guess sometimes I get like, frustrated, because it's like, you know, we're all like, kind of trying to be like, "Okay, how do we deal with these issues in this issue," and it's like, and we should figure out how to do it on these, like, smaller scales, but it's like, so frustrating because I think so many people like, kind of have a sense of like, what the grander solution is, and just don't know how to fucking do it. Casandra 39:01 Yep. Margaret 39:01 Including me, I don't know how to do it. Although in 1936...Anyway. Casandra 39:07 Were you gonna say something, Brooke? Brooke 39:10 One way to help solve the problem of food supplies in a very small way, amongst you and your friends: We grow things more efficiently when we focus on growing one thing at a time. So we've talked about on the pod growing, starting a garden, even a single container on your balcony kind of thing. But ,if you have a friend or a couple of friends that can also do a little gardening, maybe talking amongst yourselves and have each of you grow a specific thing or a couple of specific things. And they have each of the three of you be different. And that way you can focus on doing a good job of growing a couple of things. And they can do a good job growing their couple of things and then you can exchange the produce as it starts to ripen because it'll be more than you want. Casandra 40:01 I like that. When you said one thing my brain was like, "But polyculture!?" Brooke 40:06 Yeah, sorry, I'm thinking of like, if I can get everyone on my street to, you know, grow something in their backyard, and we all had one different crop, you know, just this whole weird place that my brain goes to that would be beautiful. But the other thing about the the food shortages, the crop growing problems, and all of that that I wanted to point out is how much this is an immediate future problem. Like, right now we're having all of these problems growing things and creating the food. And what we're eating for a lot of the part is if you're eating dry foods, packaged foods and stuff that was grown maybe last year in a previous growing season. So where we're going to start to see this pinch, even worse is going to be later this year and into next year, when we're going to buy things that were grown in a previous season. Except they weren't, because Ukraine didn't export any grain or because all of the black bean crops failed, or what have you. So it's going to get worse very soon, because of that kind of problem. Margaret 41:15 Yay. Yeah. Brooke 41:20 Thinking about growing a thing, like right now before that problem really hits home, and then you'll suddenly have some food growing on your back porch, or whatever. Casandra 41:29 That also makes me grateful for...this is probably an option in other areas, not just where we are, but Brooke and I are part of a co op. And we can purchase things through companies at wholesale prices. So like, I just put in an order for like 10 pounds of salt and 25 pounds of beans and, you know, makes me grateful for options like that. Brooke 41:59 Yeah, bulk buying. Margaret 42:02 And that's like, kind of the origins of food co ops, as far as I understand it is that, you know, now we have this conception. And I feel like most people are like, "Why would a food co-op be cheaper food co-ops are more expensive, because like food co-op is like practically just like, a way of saying super bougie independent grocery store with natural food. And the origin of food cooperatives is basically people pulling together and saying like, well, "We want to buy a bunch of food. So let's act like we're a store and go to the distributor, and put in orders together." And those do still exist in various places. And also, not everything that call itself a food Co-Op is just bougie and shitty and like, some of them are very good. Brooke 42:44 I would say ours isnt...wasn't. At least that's from my very biased perspective. Margaret 42:50 Wasn't good or wasn't bad? Brooke 42:52 Wasn't bougie wasn't bougie. Margaret 42:54 Ah.Yeah. Brooke 42:56 Can I go back to Casandra, you mentioned, the heatwave stuff happening in Europe and crops catching on fire. I had read last week about this heatwave that was coming in Europe and some of the problems they anticipated having but I have not had time this week to like catch up on what actually happened. And I think both of you guys have been paying more attention to that news. And I'm curious if you want to enlighten me and perhaps our listeners about the actual effects of that heatwave in addition to farming equipment catching crops on fire. Which is bad. Casandra 43:29 Part of a glacier collapsed in Italy. Margaret 43:34 They still have glaciers there? Casandra 43:36 Apparently. Margaret 43:38 You ever get depressed, you ever go to Glacier National Park and just been sad, because you're like, it's just full of signs that are like, "There used to be a glacier here." and you're like, "This sucks." Brooke 43:48 That would be depressing. Margaret 43:49 It's really beautiful. Anyways. Brooke 43:51 What is what does it mean, the glacier collapsed, like a portion fell over? Casandra 43:55 Like an avalanche, like a portion of this glacier collapsed and it killed 11 people, but it's just also a testament to how hot it was. Iran was like 126 degrees. Casandra 43:59 There was something about the railways, the rail lines that so was having problems. Margaret 44:17 Yeah. So, TERF Island is this island off of the coast of Europe. That is ruled by, it's still a monarchy, and it's ruled by J.K. Rowling, Queen of the TERFS. But unfortunately, most of her subjects actually wish they didn't live on a place called TERF Island, and wish that they could go back to just being embarrassed about having colonized most of the world. That's also worth being embarrassed about anyway, yeah, England, TERF Island, is pretty fuck right now, and I mean, the same as the rest of Europe, right. But, England is normally a dreary, overcast place and that's why everyone has turned their head against so many people. And so they are...And so their their rail infrastructure is designed, you can build railways for cold, and you can build railways for heat, but it's like actually kind of hard to build railways for both. Because you have these, like, long chunks of steel, these rails, right, and they warp. And as people want to go faster and quieter, they are now continuous rails that are welded into like one continuous thing. Which means that when they distort in the heat or contract in the cold or whatever, it's a bigger issue, right? So, their rail system, at least as we record right now is just like fucked. And like, a lot of the rails aren't running or if they are running, they're running really slowly to not, like, I believe, cause additional heat and cause additional problems. I actually don't remember exactly why going slowly is the solution to this. But it's like such as like a clear example....And then they're having this thing where, and I'm sure this happens everywhere. But they're particularly good at being like, cozy during crisis that's like part of the national character as far as I can tell. And so they're like, "Oh, this isn't a big deal." And like, they had this heatwave in 1976. And so they're all like, "Oh, this is just like 1976." But and 1976 was bad, right? But there hasn't been like more and more heat more and more times, right? That was a little bit of an outlier year. Whereas they're constantly breaking all these records. And it's just, it's fucking everything up. And I hate...I want...I sort of hate that I know more about this than I know about some of the stuff that's going on in Iran, or I know that very recently, India has had really massive heat waves that have caused a lot of problems. I know... Casandra 46:35 China. Margaret 46:36 Yeah. Yeah. And, but there's this sort of like, I don't know, at least by the way, people are talking about it who are not in England. I almost feel like there's this like, Oh, thank god if this happens to the English and to the white Americans, like maybe something will start happening. And because like just seen as like these like centers of power or whatever, but people are very resistant to actually believing anything's wrong. But it's really obviously something wrong. Casandra 47:06 Oh my gosh. But, you know what people are willing to believe is wrong? Margaret 47:12 What? Casandra 47:14 People are willing to believe that our globalist overlords at CERN have shifted our dimension multiple times and opened a gateway to Hell, and summonned Satan. And that's why everything's bad. Margaret 47:33 Please Explain. Casandra 47:34 It can't be climate change, it has to be a Stranger Things portal...run by the Jews. Margaret 47:43 I was about to ask if the Jews were involved. I thought you all were busy with the space laser. Casandra 47:48 Always. God, if only we had an actualy space laser. Margaret 47:53 I know! You all multitask so well, like you're busy running the space laser. I mean, I guess thats.. Casandra 47:59 It's because we rest one whole day a week that we have all this energy. Brooke 48:02 Hey, wait a minute, Mormons do too, but we do not have space lasers. So.... Casandra 48:07 You have like alien and tablets and shit. Margaret 48:08 Yeah, Catholics don't rest. Wait, so please explain more. So there. Okay. So CERN is the the miniature black hole creator, right. [Brooke and Casandra laugh skeptically] Wait, at that point. I thought I wasn't even lying. I thought that was what it does. Like it investigates...Am I wrong? Casandra 48:29 It's, it's.... Brooke 48:31 It's a particle accelerator. Margaret 48:32 Yeeah Casandra 48:33 No, it's not. It's a group. It's a group. CERN isn't even the thing itself. CERN is the like group that does the research. Margaret 48:39 Oh, like the Zionist Cabal or whatever. Casandra 48:44 Yeah, and it's been around since the 50s and they do like particle physics shit that I don't understand. You know, finding new particles, researching antimatter, potentially creating mini black holes, apparently. Margaret 49:00 Do you think antimatter gets mad at regular matter? Like kind of like an Antifa versus FA kind of thing? Brooke 49:08 Well, matter wins over antimatter. So I mean, it can get mad all it wants. It loses the battle. Casandra 49:13 So they're trying to find, you know, proof of like the Big Bang and doing all these....But then, so it's been around for a long time. It's been around since the 50s I think. But, I want to say the facility, the particle collider...this is gonna be the funniest explanation because none of us understand it fully. But, apparently the facility is like 17 miles wide, and most of its underground and it looks very like you know, Stranger Things, Sci Fi, space AG. Brooke 49:52 It's that wide because it's a giant metal circle. So it's not actually like taking up 17 miles, but like you're able to go from one end of this metal tube to the other like it is that far apart. Margaret 50:03 Yeah, it's like a roller derby rink. Brooke 50:07 Yeah, more or less. Margaret 50:10 Or it will be. Casandra 50:10 Yeah, so all these conspiracy theorists for years now I think particularly since 2012, have decided that the reason things continue to be bad is that...there are multiple theories, but one is that the world actually ended in 2012. Another is that each time they turn on this particle collider, we like shift timelines. So that's happened in like, 2012, 2016. And then just this last July 5, apparently. It's just fascinating to me, the lengths people will go to to explain bad shit happening rather than just like, accepting climate change. Margaret 50:53 Yeah. Casandra 50:54 Or like, pausing to understand capitalism and its function. And it's like, "Nope, it's gotta be a black hole to Satan." Brooke 51:03 This is especially funny to me, because the, the collider literally takes like, the like, the tiniest little bits of matter. Like it tries to get down to like a single atom, and then sends it through this giant tube to smash into each other. And I'm like, Yeah, so you're telling me that like, two oxygen molecules smashing into each other, is what's opening multiple timelines? Casandra 51:29 And it's stuff that's like, only comprehensible and interesting to physicists, as far as I can understand. Like, if you look at their list of achievements, none of that makes sense to a normal human being. You know? Margaret 51:45 I kind of like some of that stuff. But I read a lot of science fiction. Casandra 51:49 Yeah, I have an ex who's like, really into both space and physics, and is really fascinated by some of the work they've done. But yeah, it doesn't make sense to me at all. And it doesn't make sense to the conspiracy theorists either. Brooke 52:07 Okay, so we're running out of food. Europe's on fire. Casandra 52:13 Not just Europe, apparently North Africa, China, India, the southern United States, Brooke 52:18 Most of the world in the last two years has burned down in one way or another. We're opening black hole portals. No one can buy a house. Casandra 52:27 What's that, Margaret? Margaret 52:29 Oh, just always the wrong parts of it are burning down. Casandra 52:32 Right Margaret 52:33 I mean, well with the exception of the Third Precinct. Brooke 52:35 Yes. Margaret 52:36 Notable. Notable Exception. Casandra 52:39 We're still figuring out how to aim the space laser. Margaret 52:44 Okay, okay. So it was actually you all. It wasn't actually Dark Biden. Casandra 52:48 Oh, no. Marjorie Taylor Greene blamed the wildfires. Margaret 52:52 On the space lasers? Casandra 52:53 That's how the spacel laser thing started. Margaret 52:55 Oh, my God. Really? Why would you burn down the forest? Is her claim that you all don't know how to aim it? Casandra 53:06 Let me find this was... Margaret 53:08 What is your [Marjorie's] rationale for why the Jews have decided to start forest fires? It it seems to me that even if I....There are other targets that I could imagine, as an anti-semitic conspiracy theorist that I would imagine that the Jews would point the space laser at. Casandra 53:26 Right? Let me try to...let me see if I can find the exact tweet because it was really funny. Oh, all I can find is spoof tweets in my quick search. Brooke 53:35 I feel bad for you having to read through Marjorie Taylor Green's tweets right now. That's a punishment you do not deserve. Casandra 53:42 The like wingnut anti-Semites kind of crack me up. I don't know why she would blame it on that. I have no idea. It's... Casandra 53:49 I mean, Q'anon ties into the whole thing. Margaret 53:50 Well, let's come up with it. Margaret 53:51 Oh, yeah. Brooke 53:53 Casandra, do your people hate forests? Casandra 53:57 Forests? Brooke 53:58 Yes. Casandra 53:59 No, of course not. We actually have a whole holiday dedicated to trees. Margaret 54:05 Whoa, that's cool. Casandra 54:06 Tu BiShvat. We liked the trees. Margaret 54:15 Well, maybe you are trying to....No, I don't even want to. I'm trying to come up with anti-semetic conspiracy theorists. But I don't want to do it. I can't do it. Brooke 54:25 Here's a news thing that we didn't talk about in our briefing. And I don't know if we care to right now. But, are y'all paying any attention to the whole January 6th committee things? They just had one last night. Margaret 54:36 Yeah, a little bit. Casandra 54:37 No, I didn't read about last night. Brooke 54:40 I am mostly not paying attention as well, except that I see these tweets of people being like, "Oh my gosh, did you know blah, blah, blah." And most of it's like all along I feel like yeah, that's been reported on already. We already knew about that. Why is this news? Margaret 54:54 That's kind of how I feel about it. I like maybe maybe it's not fair. Bu,t I kind of just say this political theater at this point like we we all know what they did. We watched it. And we all know what their organizations look like. Anti-fascists have done the infiltration work and released all of the...like everything anyone has ever said to each other that's a fascist in the United States has been released by anti-fascists, not the government. And so in some ways, I'm a little bit like...and maybe it's not right, maybe, maybe I should care more about it. But in my mind, I'm a little bit like, I've moved on to the next news cycle issue in my head, and it feels like kind of like...remember how we were like waiting forever for them to impeach Trump? And they're like, "We swear we're going to impeach Trump soon." And I'm like, is this whole thing just a way for The Washington Post to sell newspapers? And that's more...again, more than is fair, how I how I feel a little bit about January, 6th, it's just like, Okay, y'all found something that you can milk for? I don't know.... Casandra 56:05 I mean the too little too late sort of encapsulates our response to most things, right. Margaret 56:12 Yeah. Casandra 56:12 Whether it's climate change or insurrection. Brooke 56:15 Now the one good thing that did that did come out of last night's was little video of Senator Josh Hawley running away from the rioters. And then all the people on Twitter who use that little video and set it to various pieces of music. Casandra 56:33 Finding moments of joy. Margaret 56:35 He's the guy who supported....he's the guy who was supporting them beforehand, right? Brooke 56:40 Yeah, he's the one with like the really well known fist raised in support picture rightbefore they started destroying everything. Margaret 56:47 I never thought that the leopards eating people's faces party would eat my face...Well, does that seem like a decent spot to end it for July? Nothing bad can happen in the next week.There's gonna be like at least a.... Casandra 57:06 I think we wanted to give people more hope you know, like more tools, or ideas? Or even just like... Margaret 57:16 Oh, right. Buy whiskey. Build a bunker. Hole up Brooke 57:19 Tanks are bad. Casandra 57:20 If you live in wildfire country like we do those plastic windows... Brooke 57:26 Blame the Jews. Casandra 57:27 Blame the Jews. We can say that because I'm a Jew. I want to make that really clear. Before we put this podcast out. No, buy those plastic windows sealer kits and fresh filters for your air filters. Margaret 57:45 Yeah, do it before they're needed. That's part of the supply chain stuff. Brooke 57:50 Plant a zucchini, Casandra 57:51 Planted zucchini with your neighbors and trade them with each other. Margaret 57:57 What if everyone just grows zucchini? Casandra 58:00 Zucchini's really versatile. You know. Brooke 58:01 Zucchini and potatoes. Margaret 58:02 That was the main thing that my mom grew. My mom grew mostly zucchini. And so it was just like nothing, nothing, nothing and then everything is made out of zucchini for like two weeks. And I actually loved it because we ate so much zucchini bread and it was so good. Casandra 58:17 Yeah. Brooke 58:18 They're relatively easy, like if you haven't gardened before and you need something to garden that'll make you feel really good and successful. Like they're easier to grow you know a little harder to kill than, and then when they start producing like you get these big zucchinis and like if you completely ignore them, you can get these like just monstrous beasts and it's just really satisfying to grow zucchini. Casandra 58:41 I never grow zucchini because I always have friends who grow zucchini and have too much. Brooke 58:45 Yes. As zucchini does. Casandra 58:49 Anyway. Brooke 58:50 Grow zucchini. Margaret 58:52 This podcast is brought to you by zucchini. Okay, what's another hopeful? Don't rush out and buy a garage door right now if you can avoid it. Turn your basement fear into a kiddie pool full of kibble. Casandra 59:15 If your garage door privileged you can just like revel in that. Margaret 59:18 Yeah. Brooke 59:20 Genuinely you know, pet food is an example of a thing where if you're gonna go if you have some extra money and you're gonna go invest it quote unquote, in something pet food will hold up and your pet will need food. So instead of bananas buy pet food. Margaret 59:34 If you do buy bananas, you have to put them in you have to peel them and put them in the freezer if you want them to last and then you've turned them into smoothies. Casandra 59:43 That's the only good way to eat a banana anyway. Controversial take Brooke 59:48 I do not agree. Margaret 59:50 Yeah, I just...Huh, I thought we I thought we were friends. Casandra 59:58 I just lost to friends. Brooke 1:00:05 I just know not to bring bananas over your house. They won't be safe. Margaret 1:00:09 Well they are safe. Casandra 1:00:09 You can use them perfectly for smoothies and banana bread. How do we end this? Margaret 1:00:21 We we like can do this, right? Like all this like bad shits happening, but like the reason to talk about all this bad shit that's happening is to stare soberly into the face of what's coming. Not so that we like, give up and like, it's not the part in the movie where the "Run there's a monster," and then the monster eats everyone. It's the part where you're standing on the bulwark of the--I watch love fantasy movies--the bulwark of the castle and you look out and there's the gathering storm and the hordes of usually poorly racially designed enemies...is coming...now I just feel bad about using this analogy. I love Lord of the Rings, but i was not... Casandra 1:01:03 The new Lord of the Rings is about to come out. Margaret 1:01:05 Yeah. Casandra 1:01:05 Apparently it's more racially fair and equitable and diverse. Margaret 1:01:09 Yeah. That's good. And I personally more than I probably should think Tolkien would have listened to some of this criticisms since he like, like, when the Nazis came to Tolkien, and were like, "Hey, we love your story, are you Aryan?" and he got really fucking mad. And he was like, they like he was like, "If you're asking if I'm Jewish, I am sad to say that I am not, but fuck all of you forever." So anyway. he's not a perfect man. Casandra 1:01:43 Comrade Tolkien. Margaret 1:01:45 But I think he, I think he meant, well, we all know that intentions are what matters. Okay. So but this is the part of the movie where you're staring out at the, you know, the bad thing is coming, right? And it is a big, bad thing. And we can't just all go back to bed and be like, "Oh, the government will take care of this for us, right?" Because the government is one of the things that's out there gathering and the big fucking mass. Well parts of it, because governments are made out of people. And some parts of it will probably stop being part of the government when bad things happen. But... well like the National Guard like gives food to the like mutual aid groups and like that they're supposed to give to Red Cross, like this has happened sometimes. They're like, "Oh, shit, y'all actually put things where they're supposed to go." And they like help the anarchists instead of the bureaucracies, because they're people. But, we can do this. We can look, we can see what's happening, we can face it, we can communicate with other people about what we're facing. We can work together to get through this. And, and I genuinely believe that and that's why I do this podcast. And that's why my basement is full of kibble. And um... Casandra 1:02:54 We're all gonna come swim in it. Margaret 1:02:55 Yeah, totally. Yeah, it's probably gonna be full of rats by that time, but you know. Margaret 1:03:01 Yeah! Brooke 1:03:01 Rats are food...too. Margaret 1:03:01 I'm like a rat farmer in my basement. That's a turn you never expected from Ol' Margaret. Brooke 1:03:01 Rats need food too. Casandra 1:03:14 Vegan turned rat farmer. Margaret 1:03:17 That's still vegan. Brooke 1:03:21 Okay, so this segment is... Casandra 1:03:24 Devolving. Margaret 1:03:25 Alright. And, so thank you all so much for listening. If you enjoy this podcast, please tell people about it. You can tell people about it on the internet. And you can tell people about it not on the internet. And both of those things are good, because not in person. Because on the internet is good because of algorithms and in person is good because that's a better way to live your life. She said while living alone and on the top of a mountain. And also, if you want to support us more directly, you can do so by sponsoring our Patreon. We are published by Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness, which is a anarchists collective that is dedicated to creating culture and good stuff. Sometimes we do theory, but that's like not our thing. It's like almost like we try and kind of do the other stuff around. And you can support us by following us on Patreon or by supporting us on Patreon patreon.com/strangersinatangledwilderness. If you sponsor us at $10 or more a month, we will send you a zine anywhere in the world for free every month. If you sponsors at all, you'll get access to the digital copy, even before other people get access. I think usually we're good at that. Sometimes. Most of the time. We're still getting our shit together. But there's lots of good content. We have bunch of books coming out. We have another podcast you can check out called Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness, which is the monthly zine, but it is available to everyone and then it also follows with an interview with the Creator talking about their process. It's really good. You should check it out. Do either of you to have anything to plug before I? Casandra 1:04:58 I just got this book in the mail that I did the art for that you might know about. Margaret 1:05:03 Yeah, what is it? Casandra 1:05:06 It's your book. Margaret. Margaret 1:05:07 I have a book? Casandra 1:05:08 Yeah. You have a book coming out. Margaret 1:05:09 Is it called "We Won't Be Here Tomorrow. I have a book of short stories that's coming out called "We Won't Be Here Tomorrow." It comes out September 20. From AK Press, which is a collectively run anarchist publisher, which rules and if you order it now you get art print made by Casandra. Well, drawn by Cassandra. It's probably made by a printer somewhere. The prints part of it anyway, and it illustrates one of my stories and also Casandra did the cover art, and it's really beautiful. So, you should check it out. And in particular, we want to thank some of our Patreon backers. We want to thank Hoss the dog, Chris, Sam, Micaiah, Kirk, Natalie, Eleanor, Jenipher, Staro, Cat J, Chelsea, Dana, David, Nicole, Mikki, Oxalis, Paige, and SJ. Thank you so much for for making this possible. And yeah, I hope you all are doing as well as you can with everything that's going on. Find out more at https://live-like-the-world-is-dying.pinecast.co

Flyover Conservatives
The Solution to Marxism is More Frederick Douglass with KCarl Smith | Flyover Clip

Flyover Conservatives

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 41:44


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David Gornoski
Unmasking the Media Democracy Deniers, Frederick Douglass vs Marx - A Neighbor's Choice

David Gornoski

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 46:23


Why is it important for the average Joe to call out bureaucratic corruption at the local level? Has the corporate press turned into an oligarchy of democracy deniers? Listen to the full show to find out. Plus, KCarl Smith, writer at 1819 News, calls in to talk about the towering historical presence of Frederick Douglass and why groups like Black Lives Matter are afraid to talk about the influential reformer and abolitionist. Why hasn't there been a hollywood movie based on Frederick Douglass's life? Follow KCarl Smith on Twitter. Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com

Subject to Change
The Last Emperor of Mexico with Edward Shawcross

Subject to Change

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 46:11


Karl Marx called it 'one of the most monstrous enterprises in the annals of international history'. This seems unfair to the young Hapsburg royals who travel to Mexico in 1864 to become its emperor and empress. Highly liberal by the standards of the day and with the best of intentions they will face a terrible struggle to rule and (ultimately) to try to survive. Edward Shawcross has written one of the best books I have read in years. It is simply a fantastic page turner. And Edward is also a hugely entertaining speaker as you will find out as you listen to the podcast. This episode is part 1 and takes us up to the point the young couple arrive in Mexico. Enjoy!

Theory & Philosophy
Karl Marx's ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 9/10)

Theory & Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 44:42


In this episode, I cover chapters 46-47 from part six of Karl Marx's "Capital" Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21-26) Episode Five: Part Five (Chs. 27-31) Episode Six: Part Five (Chs. 32-36) Episode Seven: Part Six (Chs. 37-40) Episode Eight: Part Six (Chs. 41- 45) Episode Nine: Part Six (Chs. 46-47) Episode Ten: Part Seven and Supplementary Remarks by Frederick Engels If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphilosophy paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_and_philosophy 

Ron  Johnson Discipleship Podcast

Today on the Ron Johnson Discipleship Podcast: The America we live in today is filled with the fruit of a godless madman named Karl Marx. His ideas, and the atheistic communistic regimes they have spawned, have been directly responsible for the deaths of over 100 million people. The current hatred of the nuclear family, capitalism, the free market and religion finds its roots in Marxist ideology. Why has everything in our culture become politicized? Marx. Why all the talk of victims, oppressed, privilege, and equity? You guessed it, Marx.

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, Gender activists are so far off the rails nowvthat they are telling anthropologists not to identify human bones as male or female

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 11:00


Live from the No Panic Zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice—God Bless America—God Bless You and let's do this! This is the Steve Gruber show— I am here to block the transition to socialism and the acceleration of America's destruction—   Here are three big things you need to know right now—   ONE— Brandon Falls, Delaware is a new destination on your Google maps app—well at least it was until the folks there got a little upset and removed the pin— TWO—Gender activists are so far off the rails now—that they are telling anthropologists not to identify human bones as male or female—because they don't know how someone identified— THREE— There are 2 words that are being used all the time by the globalists now—there are 2 words that are being used so often that it clearly is the strident declaration of their intent—and make no mistake this is a globalist movement— and you are the target— you and every other American that does not comply— The 2 words are transition and accelerate— at one point they were hidden inside the so called Green New Deal verbiage—you know transitioning to green energy and sustainable energy and such— BUT that is just a sliver of what they appear to really want—because what the globalists want—is everything— they are using Mother Earth—just like Karl Marx did—to manipulate you into doing what you're told— They want control of farms, food, fuel and mostly you! It is being billed as a plan for saving the planet or some such non-sense and every time there is a heatwave—or a terrible storm—they dig their claws in deeper—pushing the propaganda that somehow its your fault—they flood you with guilt—BUT they start from the moment you are born now—pushing these agenda items—claiming its for your own good—and if you actually want freedom and want to pursue the American Dream; you are selfish—wanting to provide a good life for you and your family is morally bankrupt—that is why they preach you will own nothing—and you will be happy—anything else is not acceptable to the agenda— It was once called Agenda 21—a plan devised in the 1990's to guide the world in the 21st century—but it has now been updated for a much more aggressive move—thus the acceleration of the transformation—and it involves the World Economic Forum, The United Nations and so far 179 countries— Welcome to Agenda 2030— and if you think they are not picking up the pace to get this done—listen— For the record; I will fight against both of these twisted ideas—because private ownership is the cornerstone of freedom and free will—and I will surrender neither— So, if you are not yet convinced of what this plan is you can find it on the United Nations website—but let me give you some of the highlights— There are 17 main points put out by the UN—17 points that John Kerry—The United Nations and the Biden Administration all say must be accelerated— Goal 1- end all poverty worldwide, a noble goal, but very far fetched because poverty will always exist as it always has—BUT what they really want are centralized banks and a single digital currency—much easier to track everything that way— Goal 2—End Hunger and achieve food security—which really means doing what they have started with the Dutch—which is under the guise of climate—take over farms—and take over food supplies— Goal 3— Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being—in other words, demand compliance with any and all demands about health—like mass vaccinations—without dissent— Goal 4—Ensure inclusive and equitable education—Which is an easy way to say—they will teach everyone what to think and destroy critical thinking—mass adherence to their talking points— Goal 5— Gender equality and empowering all women and girls—and that simply means forced family planning— Goal 6—ensure availability and sustainable water management—and again—this is dictating the supply through central planners— Goal 7—sustainable reliable and modern energy for all—which means get ready to sit in the dark— Goal 8—Promote sustained inclusive and sustainable economic growth—which means TPP, free trade zones and massive control for mega corporations— And this is just the beginning—because the goals will also eliminate most if not all national borders—BUT also restrict free travel dramatically—and force people out of rural areas into concentrated urban areas— Force people to consume less—of everything—forced austerity measures—which makes you think—man we have seen plenty of small test runs on these things haven't we? Conserve the oceans—meaning reduced fishing and end the use of anything useful found there— How about goal 15— protect restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial eco-systems— I mean it sounds nice but it means you won't be hunting or fishing or cutting any trees down either— And of course create peaceful inclusive societies for sustainable development—which means UN peace keeping missions getting more aggressive all the time— This is where we are—the 2030 Agenda—a joint venture between the WEF, UN and 179 countries including the USA— it is a radical attack on Western Civilization—and Biden's socialist team is all in—   I have laid it out for you—and unless you wake up—and get involved—it will happen right in front of you. The world has changed more in the last 5 years than it did in 50 years before that—in the next 10 it could change more than you have ever imagined—   Stand up—be heard and get involved—  

Reasoning Aloud
UV34 – Marxism and Human Rights with John Duncan

Reasoning Aloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 64:38


What are human rights? Why do they matter? Why does Karl Marx hate them so much and want you to cry about it? Can communism and human rights ever coexist? All these questions, and more, are answered in my latest interview with John Duncan! So, check it out!  

Theory & Philosophy
Karl Marx's ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 8/10)

Theory & Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 40:19


In this episode, I cover chapters 41-45 from part six of Karl Marx's "Capital" Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21-26) Episode Five: Part Five (Chs. 27-31) Episode Six: Part Five (Chs. 32-36) Episode Seven: Part Six (Chs. 37-40) Episode Eight: Part Six (Chs. 41- 45) Episode Nine: Part Six (Chs. 46-47) Episode Ten: Part Seven and Supplementary Remarks by Frederick Engels If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphilosophy paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_and_philosophy 

RSA Events
Three centuries of the RSA

RSA Events

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 63:38


For almost three centuries the RSA has played an important role in many of our major social reforms and innovations. It helped construct the public education system, encouraged the planting of more than sixty million trees, sought technological alternatives to child labour, and even once purchased and restored an entire village. And did plenty more in-between.Drawing on exclusive access to a wealth of rare papers and artefacts from the RSA Archives, historian Anton Howes shows how this vibrant and singularly ambitious organisation, whose members have been drawn from all walks of life and from across the political spectrum (and include the founding fathers of liberalism, conservatism and communism, Adam Smith, Edmund Burke and Karl Marx) has evolved and adapted according to the spirit of the age.From its first meeting in 1754 in a Covent Garden coffeehouse, to today's global community of 30,000 Fellows, join us to trace the RSA's rich, and often surprising history of public-spirited improvement.#RSAchangeBecome an RSA Events sponsor: https://utm.guru/ueembDonate to The RSA: https://utm.guru/udNNBFollow RSA Events on Instagram: https://instagram.com/rsa_events/Follow the RSA on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RSAEventsLike RSA Events on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rsaeventsoff... 

Filosofía de bolsillo
Episodio 104. Todo empieza aquí. El fruto de la dialéctica

Filosofía de bolsillo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 43:30


FdB 3x37 | Finalizamos nuestro viaje fulgurante por la Fenomenología del espíritu: analizamos los últimos capítulos, dedicados a la "religión" y el "saber absoluto"; estudiamos cómo fue recibida la obra; el legado y las críticas a Hegel, con especial atención a su filosofía de la historia y su filosofía política, donde la historia universal es manifestación de la razón absoluta, y el sujeto irrumpe como creador de la historia. Escuchamos lo que Søren Kierkegaard tiene que decirle, por olvidar el individuo concreto. Después, leemos a Hegel junto a Ludwig Feuerbach y Karl Marx, y descubrimos el Hegel de Alexandre Kojève (1902-1968) en el París de entreguerras. En "Un libro en el bolsillo" leemos a Faustino Oncina, que coordina un volumen colectivo titulado ¿Tiene porvenir el futuro?. Un libro que se pregunta acerca de la posibilidad de pensar el futuro en la actualidad basándose en la historia conceptual de Reinhart Koselleck. Por último, decimos hasta siempre y gracias. Sobre todo, gracias. *Final: Víctor Gómez Pin. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diego-civilotti/message

Deutsche Minghui Podcast
Podcast 301 – Über den Kommunismus und die moderne Wissenschaft hinaus

Deutsche Minghui Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 9:24


Über tausende von Jahren haben verschiedene Glaubensrichtungen die Menschen gelehrt, an das Göttliche zu glauben und gute Menschen zu sein, damit sie in ihre himmlische Heimat zurückkehren können. Doch die Kommunisten haben dieses Konzept verworfen und angegriffen. Karl Marx schrieb: „Sie [die Religion] ist das Opium des Volkes.“ Auch Mao Zedong vertrat: „Religion ist Gift.“ Diese atheistische Ideologie des Kommunismus hat riesigen Schaden angerichtet. „Die kommunistischen Regime haben das größte ideologische Gemetzel in der Geschichte der Menschheit angerichtet und im letzten Jahrhundert mehr als hundert Millionen Menschen getötet“, heißt es in einem Artikel im Mai 2018 in USA Today mit dem Titel: „Man sollte Karl Marx nicht feiern. Sein Kommunismus forderte Millionen von.... https://de.minghui.org/html/articles/2022/6/27/161853.html

The Ben Shapiro Show
Robert Kiyosaki | The Ben Shapiro Show Sunday Special Ep. 128

The Ben Shapiro Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 61:03 Very Popular


Robert Kiyosaki is the bestselling author of Rich Dad Poor Dad – a now iconic book on growing up faced with two opposing mentalities towards money that's still on the charts and still acclaimed today, 25 years later. But our economic landscape has been dramatically changing recently. What does that mean for “Rich Dad” philosophy in the year 2022? His newest book, Capitalist Manifesto, is a response to Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto and is the latest in more than 25 finance books Robert has published. In this episode, Robert tells us about discovering business and capitalism as a young boy, the difference between good debt and bad debt, and how the Biden administration compares to that of his longtime friend and frequent collaborator, former President Trump. Become a Daily Wire member at dailywire.com/SUNDAY and get access to bonus questions with Robert Kiyosaki! Order Robert's newest book, Capitalist Manifesto, here: https://www.amazon.com/Capitalist-Manifesto-Robert-T-Kiyosaki/dp/161268114X/ref=pd_lpo_1?pd_rd_i=161268114X&psc=1 Check out Robert's Rich Dad Radio Show: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rich-dad-radio-show-in-your-face-advice-on-investing/id833641766  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Political Animals
Karl Marx: Myths, Misconceptions and Other Marxist Heresies, with Prof Wayne Hudson

The Political Animals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 72:47


Intellectual historian Wayne Hudson rejoins the show for a fresh look at the thought and impact of Karl Marx. They look at Marx's philosophy of freedom, the German intellectual tradition in which Marx arose, Marx's view of utopia, the negative impact of eschatology in Marx's thought, his poor philosophy of history and politics, his reception (or misreception) in Russia, China and the West, the Christian engagement of Marx, Marxist corruptions of Marx's thought, and the relevance of Marx to a critique of contemporary capitalism. Wayne Hudson is an adjunct professor at Charles Sturt University, the Australian National University and the University of Tasmania. He is a world authority on the philosophy of East German Marxist philosopher Ernst Bloch and author of The Marxist Philosophy of Ernst Bloch (1982) and Reforming Utopia (2003). He is also the author of The English Deists: Studies in Early Enlightenment (2009), Enlightenment and Modernity: The English Deists and Reform (2009), Atheism and Deism Revalued (2014) and Australian Religious Thought (2016). The Political Animals is hosted by Jonathan Cole, an academic, writer, speaker and translator who specialises in political theology: the intersetion of religion and politics. He is the author of Christian Political Theology in an Age of Discontent: Mediating Scripture, Doctrine, and Political Reality. You can follow Jonathan and the show on Twitter and Facebook.

The Patriot Cause
The Great Reset

The Patriot Cause

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 40:32


The global elite are asking to control the world.  You must understand how it effects you and our country.  Must listen podcast.  From the World Economic Forum: "There is an urgent need for global stakeholders to cooperate in simultaneously managing the direct consequences of the COVID-19 crisis. To improve the state of the world, the World Economic Forum is starting The Great Reset initiative." Klaus Schwab - The Great Reset https://www.weforum.org/great-reset The World Economic Forum Mission https://www.weforum.org/about/world-economic-forum German Philosophy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_philosophy#Karl_Marx_and_the_Young_Hegelian Break https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLyQfPjjWdg What Is a Soul? https://www.biblestudytools.com/bible-study/topical-studies/do-animals-and-pets-have-souls.html When a Population is Disarmed: A Brief History of Tyranny https://foac-pac.org/When-A-Population-Is-Disarmed:-A-Brief-History-Of-Tyranny/News-Item/7301  

Theory & Philosophy
Karl Marx's ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 7/10)

Theory & Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 44:45


In this episode, I cover chapters 37-40 from part six of Karl Marx's "Capital" Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21-26) Episode Five: Part Five (Chs. 27-31) Episode Six: Part Five (Chs. 32-36) Episode Seven: Part Six (Chs. 37-40) Episode Eight: Part Six (Chs. 41- 45) Episode Nine: Part Six (Chs. 46-47) Episode Ten: Part Seven and Supplementary Remarks by Frederick Engels If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphilosophy paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_and_philosophy 

Revolushow
152 - Escritos Jornalísticos de Marx e Engels

Revolushow

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 65:22


Larissa Coutinho, Marcelo Bamonte e Tavinho James se juntaram para falar do novo financiamento coletivo da LavraPalavra sobre os escritos jornalísticos de Karl Marx e Friederich Engels Este programa é criado e produzido por Revolushow. Produção Executiva – Zamiliano, Larissa Coutinho, Júlia Rocha, Diego Miranda e Jones Manoel Edição de Zé Lucas e Revisão de Zamiliano Ouça nosso podcast na Orelo e nos auxílie financeiramente direto da plataforma e com seu play! Baixe o app ou entre no link https://escute.orelo.audio/revolushow Seja você nosso padrim também em http://padrim.com.br/revolushow e concorra ao sorteio de duas bolsas de estudos pela Classe Esquerda, a partir de R$5,00, e tenha acesso a nossa newsletter a partir de R$10,00; ou através do PicPay em https://www.picpay.me/revolushow Cupons de Desconto revolushow – 5% de desconto em toda a loja da Cervejaria Soviet – https://www.lojasoviet.com.br/ #REVOLUSHOW – 20% de desconto em todos os livros da editora Boitempo – https://www2.boitempoeditorial.com.br/revolushow revolushow – 15% de Desconto nos livros da Editora Expressão Popular – https://www.expressaopopular.com.br/loja/ revolushow20 – 20% de Desconto nos posteres da Revolustore – https://revolustore.com.br/ revolushow2019 – 15% de descontos nos livros da Editora Baioneta REVOLUSHOW – 10% de descontos nos livros da editora Ciências Revolucionárias REVOLUSHOW10 – 10% Descontos em todas as camisas da Camisa Crítica REVOLUSHOW10 – 10% Descontos em todas as camisas da Veste Esquerda Clube do Livro Você já conhece o clube do livro da editora? Expressão Popular dê uma olhada nas assinaturas deles e receba posteres esclusivos e muito mais: https://www.expressaopopular.com.br/loja/clube-do-livro/ Trilha sonora Enxugando Gelo by BNegão & Seletores de Freqüência is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Brazil License. Disponível em: https://bit.ly/30dbBjv

Armas da Crítica
Léxico Marx #2 – O que é alienação?, com Ricardo Antunes

Armas da Crítica

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 14:43


No segundo episódio de Léxico Marx, quadro em que conceitos-chave do instrumental marxiano são destrinchados por alguns dos maiores estudiosos da obra do nosso barbudo predileto, o sociólogo do trabalho Ricardo Antunes apresenta o conceito marxiano de alienação, desde sua primeira formulação nos "Manuscritos econômico-filosóficos", de 1844, até seu sentido na obra marxiana tardia, ressaltando sua atualidade para entender o mundo hoje.

The Word on Fire Show - Catholic Faith and Culture
WOF 341: Understanding the Present Moment #1 (Karl Marx)

The Word on Fire Show - Catholic Faith and Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 29:58 Very Popular


Friends, today on the “Word on Fire Show,” we kick off a new series of discussions called “Understanding the Present Moment.” Brandon Vogt and I will look at four massively influential figures who together help explain our present moment, how we arrived at where we are today. The ideologies undergirding much of the unrest in our culture stem from these four thinkers: Karl Marx, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Michel Foucault. Once we understand these figures and their key ideas, we will recognize them everywhere and be prepared to engage today's challenges. In today's first discussion, we focus on Karl Marx. A listener asks, what advice would you give to a man discerning the permanent diaconate? Links Redeeming the Time: Gospel Perspectives on the Challenges of the Hour by Bishop Robert Barron NOTE: Do you like this podcast? Become a patron and get some great perks for helping, like free books, bonus content, and more. Word on Fire is a non-profit ministry that depends on the support of our listeners…like you! So be part of this mission, and join us today!

The Spring Midtown
Resurrection of the Body and Life Everlasting | 1 Corinthians 15 - Clint Leavitt

The Spring Midtown

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 34:45


"Religion...is the opium of the people," penned Karl Marx, the famous philosopher and sociologist. Indeed, oftentimes it seems that the story of Christianity--a story of resurrection of the body and life everlasting--is an escapist, pie in the sky fairy tale meant to keep people "drugged" from real engagement in the world. Yet the bible, and church history, has something far different, and far more radical, to say about such ideas. It is in these two phrases that we find a reality that defeats death and hones the here and now. Sermon Resources: 1. VW Commercial - "Those Guys" - link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgGg4TNvhME 2. "Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people." -Karl Marx 2. "Death may be the greatest of all human blessings.” -Socrates 3. “If you read history you will find that the Christians who did most for the present world were just those who thought most of the next. The Apostles themselves, who set on foot the conversion of the Roman Empire, the great men who built up the Middle Ages, the English Evangelicals who abolished the slave trade, all left their mark on earth, precisely because their minds were occupied with heaven.” -C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity Join or follow us below: Facebook: www.facebook.com/midtownpreschurch Instagram: www.instagram.com/midtown.pres/ Website: www.midtownpres.org/ Community Groups: www.midtownpres.org/community-groups Sunday Services: www.midtownpres.org/

Give Them An Argument
Season 4 Episode 3: James O'Keefe Smears Ben + Marx's Theory of History (ft. Adnan Husain)

Give Them An Argument

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 148:15


Last weekend, James O'Keefe did an ambush interview of Ben Burgis where he tried to claim that the segment Ben, Matt Lech & Producer Jake did last week ("James O'Keefe Hates Free Speech": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKX6tcOZxuQ) was somehow inaccurate. (It wasn't.) He then tried to twist Ben saying that workers who do bad or racist things shouldn't be punished without due process & shouldn't be doxxed to make some stupid anti-union point years later  into Ben saying that racism is good. It's asinine, but we have some fun watching it + the part of the debate Ben did with James, Tim Pool & Tusli Gabbard that was available at the point this episode came out. (The whole thing has been posted since.) We also talk a little Roe v. Wade, showing some of Ben's conversation w/Lillian Cicerchia, Jason Myles shows up to talk a little about his experience of the debate & the rest of the weekend in NYC, and Adnan Husain comes on as the main guest for a philosopher/historian dialogue with Ben on Marxist analytic philosopher G.A. Cohen's book "Karl Marx's Theory of History."  Finally, there's a philosophy segment w/Dr. Jennifer Burgis on Plato's Meno and Noami Karavani hangs out in the postgame for patrons.Watch Ben's full conversation on fighting for abortion rights after Roe v. Wade with Lillian Cicerchia:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvARAN4Bv8kRead the transcript in Jacobin:https://jacobin.com/2022/06/roe-v-wade-reproductive-health-movement-abortionFollow Adnan on Twitter: @adnanahusainFollow Ben on Twitter: @BenBurgisFollow GTAA on Twitter: @Gtaa_ShowBecome a GTAA Patron and receive numerous benefits ranging from patron-exclusive postgames every Monday night to our undying love and gratitude for helping us keep this thing going:patreon.com/benburgisVisit benburgis.com

Theory & Philosophy
Karl Marx's ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 6/10)

Theory & Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 36:46


In this episode, I cover chapters 32-36 from part five of Karl Marx's "Capital" Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21-26) Episode Five: Part Five (Chs. 27-31) Episode Six: Part Five (Chs. 32-36) Episode Seven: Part Six (Chs. 37-40) Episode Eight: Part Six (Chs. 41- 45) Episode Nine: Part Six (Chs. 46-47) Episode Ten: Part Seven and Supplementary Remarks by Frederick Engels If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphilosophy paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_and_philosophy 

The Patriot Cause
Communism and Religion

The Patriot Cause

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 40:01


'Religion is the opium of the people,' said Karl Marx. It is the task of the Communist Party to make this truth comprehensible to the widest possible circles of the laboring masses. Religion and Socialism https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Dl8JhIWuJQ Break - Lord we Need You https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3dLXzgM3_Q Bonehead https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqB-EMqpsUA  

Liv Agar
A Critique of Ben Burgis' "Karl Marx Was Right"

Liv Agar

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 65:07


Here is a link to the article I was reacting to https://jacobin.com/2022/06/karl-marx-labor-theory-of-value-ga-cohen-economics Premium episodes for 2$ a month at patreon.com/livagar All my links at livagar.com

Les Grandes traversées
1. Thomas Sankara, l'enfance d'un chef

Les Grandes traversées

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 60:05


durée : 01:00:05 - Grande Traversée : Thomas Sankara, l'homme qui allait changer l'Afrique - par : Somany Na, Christophe Nick - Comment Thomas Sankara est-il devenu ce bâtisseur de nations indépendantes ? Pour le savoir, il faut revenir sur ses années de formation à Madagascar où tout s'est joué, et sur sa découverte, fondamentale, de l'œuvre de Karl Marx, qui scella son destin de leader.

The Bible Geek Show
The Bible Geek Podcast 22-006

The Bible Geek Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 Very Popular


Mark has the crowd hail “the kingdom of our father that is coming,” while Matthew has “Blessed is the king who comes in the name of the Lord.” Is it possible that Mark believed Jesus was the Messiah ben Joseph and still expected that Simon bar Kochba would appear as the Messiah ben David? And that Matthew wrote after bar Kochba was defeated and makes Jesus fulfill both roles? Don't you realize that the Clementines were written in the 4th century, not the 2nd as your heroes F.C. Baur and Bruno Bauer thought? Why the seeming neglect of Nehemiah?? Could the writing ascribed to Mark by Papias be something other than our canonical Mark? You mentioned that Karl Marx had a death bed religious conversion. I could not find anything about that online. Did you confuse him with someone else? Pope Gregory I identified Mary Magdalene with the woman who washed Jesus's feet in Luke 7:38. Why think either was a prostitute?

Epsilon Theory Podcast
Epsilon Theory on Tape: The Icarus Moment

Epsilon Theory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 48:13


We live in a Cartoon Age, an era not of alienation per Karl Marx, but of alienation per Groucho Marx. What's the cause, what's the future, and what do we do about all this? It's a TL;DR cri de coeur in Part 12 of Epsilon Theory's Notes from the Field series.

Theory & Philosophy
Karl Marx's ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 5/10)

Theory & Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 38:57


In this episode, I cover chapters 27-31 from part five of Karl Marx's "Capital" Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21-26) Episode Five: Part Five (Chs. 27-31) Episode Six: Part Five (Chs. 32-36) Episode Seven: Part Six (Chs. 37-40) Episode Eight: Part Six (Chs. 41- 45) Episode Nine: Part Six (Chs. 46-47) Episode Ten: Part Seven and Supplementary Remarks by Frederick Engels If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphilosophy paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_and_philosophy 

Theory & Philosophy
Karl Marx's ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 4/10)

Theory & Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 39:48


In this episode, I cover chapters 21-26 from part five of Karl Marx's "Capital" Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21-26) Episode Five: Part Five (Chs. 27-31) Episode Six: Part Five (Chs. 32-36) Episode Seven: Part Six (Chs. 37-40) Episode Eight: Part Six (Chs. 41- 45) Episode Nine: Part Six (Chs. 46-47) Episode Ten: Part Seven and Supplementary Remarks by Frederick Engels If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphilosophy paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_and_philosophy 

Stand Up For The Truth Podcast
Russ Miller: Rewritten History, Deception In Education, Culture

Stand Up For The Truth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 53:31


We discuss what Russ Miller refers to as "Weapons of Mass Instruction," as he takes us back a few centuries through American history and what we rarely hear about the origins of our education system. Much has been said about the symptoms of decay and decline in public schools and culture we've been seeing for decades, but we how we got here is not often addressed. Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.

PragerU: Five-Minute Videos
Understanding Marxism: From Each According to His Ability...

PragerU: Five-Minute Videos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 5:30 Very Popular


Private property, wage labor, competition, and profits — under Karl Marx's world view, these would have to go. Instead of self-interest, everybody would work for the benefit of everybody else. For many, this is a very seductive idea. Is this the dream we should aspire to? Or would it be a nightmare?

PragerU: Five-Minute Videos
Understanding Marxism: Change the World

PragerU: Five-Minute Videos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 5:35 Very Popular


Workers of the world, unite! Karl Marx's famous call to action never caught on with its intended target, the working class. But the intellectual class—the world of academia—swallowed it hook, line and sinker. They are still pushing it today. Why? What do they hope to gain and what does it mean to the rest of us?

PragerU: Five-Minute Videos
Understanding Marxism: The Enemy of Being is Having

PragerU: Five-Minute Videos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 6:17 Very Popular


Workers of the world, unite! Karl Marx's famous call to action never caught on with its intended target, the working class. But the intellectual class—the world of academia—swallowed it hook, line and sinker. They are still pushing it today. Why? What do they hope to gain and what does it mean to the rest of us? Watch Amala Ekpunobi's new show on PragerU.com! Visit www.prageru.com/series/unapologetic to watch now.

The Ben Shapiro Show
Debunked: The Brilliant Ideas of Karl Marx

The Ben Shapiro Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 12:53 Very Popular


Ben dismantles the writings of Karl Marx, and tells us why the implementation of Marxism is a means to only a violent end. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Debunked
The Brilliant Ideas of Karl Marx

Debunked

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 12:53


Ben dismantles the writings of Karl Marx, and tells us why the implementation of Marxism is a means to only a violent end. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Timcast IRL
Timcast IRL #539 - Ex Federal Agent Investigated As ACCOMPLICE In Buffalo Tragedy w/ Bryan Dean Wright

Timcast IRL

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 133:08 Very Popular


Tim, Ian, and Lydia host podcaster and commentator Bryan Dean Wright alongside energy expert Daniel Turner to discuss the officers involved in Uvalde, the heroic CBP officer who left a haircut and borrowed a shotgun to evacuate the school in Uvalde, Tim's agreement with Karl Marx on one issue, the incredibly deceptive journalists' article about ordering guns (not buying them!), and the incredibly creepy Army psy-op recruitment ad. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices