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Dr. Gary Bell's Absurd Psychology

Repression is a defense mechanism in which people push difficult or unacceptable thoughts out of conscious awareness. Repressed memories were a cornerstone of Freud's psychoanalyticframework. He believed that people repressed memories that were too difficult to confront, particularly traumatic memories, and expelled them from conscious thought. This idea launched a long controversy in the field of psychology. The notion that people repress traumatic memories that can be recovered in therapy has been discredited. There is ample evidence that people remember traumatic experiences even if they wish they could forget them and that memory is more malleable than previously believed. Outside of the repressed memory debate, people may refer to repression colloquially, describing the tendency to push difficult feelings down or avoid confronting certain emotions or beliefs. Tune is and explored how repressed desires can creep into our life of denial!

It Could Happen Here
State Repression and Bail Fund Organizing in Atlanta

It Could Happen Here

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 41:20


We talk with folks from the Atlanta Solidarity Fund and  Anti-Repression Committee about the tactics of State repression and bail fund organizing within the struggle to Defend the Atlanta Forest. https://atlsolidarity.orgSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

China In Focus
900M, 64% in China Were Infected with COVID-19: Study

China In Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 24:57


900M, 64% in China Were Infected with COVID-19: Study20+ Makeshift Morgues Built in a Funeral HomeU.S. Bans Reserve Oil Exports to China25 U.S. States Ban TikTok on State-Issued DevicesFrance Fines TikTok $5.4M: Online Tracking IssuesFBI Reportedly Searched Chinese Police Station in NYFBI Ads Warn of China's Repression in U.S.Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Renew AllianceYellen to Visit Senegal, Zambia, South Africa to Lead New U.S.-Africa PolicyChina Acquires 'Golden Shares' in Alibaba UnitsChinese EV Maker BYD to Build Vietnam Plant: SourcesAustralia, Papua New Guinea Working on Security PactU.S, China Moon Race About Strategic Position: Fisher

Intelligence. Unclassified.
Intelligence. Unclassified. Season 6 Episode 9: Transnational Repression

Intelligence. Unclassified.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 30:40


NJOHSP's Intelligence. Unclassified. podcast provides unclassified information about current trends in homeland security as well as educational information and resources.This episode, published December 30, 2022, features an overview of transnational repression.

Psychology America with Dr. Alexandra
Forgiveness Series 10: Isn't Forgiveness just Unhealthy Repression?

Psychology America with Dr. Alexandra

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 6:27


This is the tenth of a 17 part series of super brief podcasts (5 - 10 minutes each) on the topic of forgiveness.  In each show, I will ask just one question of Dr. Robert Enright, PhD, internationally renowned expert on the science and psychology of forgiveness. Stay tuned for the 11th episode as Dr. Robert Enright answers this question:  Do I forgive if the person continues to hurt me?  Dr. Robert Enright is the 2022 recipient of the Gold Medal Award for Impact in Psychology by the American Psychological Foundation.  As the founder of the scientific study of forgiveness, Dr. Enright has authored seven books and over 100 publications on the topic and related topics, including studies on cross-cultural interpersonal forgiveness.   Dr. Enright developed an early intervention to promote a model of forgiveness that can be self-taught or used in therapeutic settings.  Dr. Enright is a professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.   To learn more about forgiveness and Dr. Robert Enright, visit internationalforgiveness.com.    Support the showThis show was created with love on my volunteer time. One small gift you can give me back is to take the time to leave the show a comment and rating on iTunes. You can also support the production costs of the show by buying me a $3 coffee at buymeacoffee.com/dralexandra. I will be encouraged by your support, and thank you!

Democracy Paradox
Lynette Ong Describes How China Outsources Repression

Democracy Paradox

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 35:17 Transcription Available


The state is able to take advantage of the social capital by deploying social actors and in exercising social capital, through the process of persuasion. They'll be putting on pressure on these families, but the pressures being put on them are social pressures. People would often cave into this social pressure. So, there is compliance, but it doesn't feel like state repression.Lynette OngBecome a Patron!Make a one-time Donation to Democracy Paradox.A full transcript is available at www.democracyparadox.com.Lynette Ong is a professor of political science at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto. She is the author of the recent book Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China.Key HighlightsIntroduction - 0:48Thugs for Hire - 2:47Political, Economic, and Social Brokers - 12:52Zero-Covid Protests - 20:34Outsourcing Repression After the Protests - 32:17Key LinksOutsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China by Lynette Ong"China's Massive Protests Are the End of a Once-Trusted Governance Model" by Lynette Ong in the Foreign PolicyLearn more about Lynette OngDemocracy Paradox PodcastJessica Pisano on How Zelenskyy Changed UkraineLucan Way on Ukraine. Democracy in Hard Places.More Episodes from the PodcastMore InformationDemocracy GroupApes of the State created all MusicEmail the show at jkempf@democracyparadox.comFollow on Twitter @DemParadox, Facebook, Instagram @democracyparadoxpodcast100 Books on DemocracyDemocracy Paradox is part of the Amazon Affiliates Program and earns commissions on items purchased from links to the Amazon website. All links are to recommended books discussed in the podcast or referenced in the blog.Support the show

The Un-Diplomatic Podcast
Red-Baiting, the CIA's War in China, and Repression Politics: Interview w/ John Delury | Ep. 135

The Un-Diplomatic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 82:40


What does war and violence abroad do to politics at home?  Why were early Cold War intellectuals obsessed with who "lost China?" And what did the realists of the 1940s and 1950s believe about not just the limits of American power but how US hegemony might be the road to fascism in America?  John Delury sits down with Van to discuss all that and more as part of his new book, Agents of Subversion: The Fate of John T. Downey and the CIA's Covert War in China. Buy the book: https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501765971/agents-of-subversion/Buy us a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/undiplomaticSubscribe to our newsletter:  https://www.un-diplomatic.com

IT'S GOING DOWN
This Is America #179: Repression of Forest Defenders in Atlanta and How Trump’s DHS Tried to Manufacture ‘ANTIFA’ Conspiracy

IT'S GOING DOWN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 144:31


Welcome, to This Is America, December 20th, 2022. On this episode, first we speak with someone from the Atlanta Community Press Collective, about the recent arrests of forest defenders in Atlanta, Georgia, the trumped up charges they face, and how the community is responding. We then speak with Dell Cameron, a journalist who published a... Read Full Article

Us People Podcast
Sylvia True – Author of the book - Where Madness Lies - #145 - Season 3 - {Repression Is Not A Failure if You Find Your Strength}

Us People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 60:12


In this episode of the Us People Podcast, Savia gets to speak to Sylvia True – Author of the book - Where Madness Lies - Writer, and Editor  - When we talk about Losing everything, repression, and forgiveness.Sylvia True is the author of The Wednesday Group and Where Madness Lies.Where Madness Lies, Sylvia True's second novel, is a story about hope and redemption, about what we pass on, both genetically and culturally. It is about the high price of repression, and how one woman, who lost nearly everything, must be willing to reveal the failures of the past in order to save future generations. With chilling echoes of our time, this novel is based on the true story of the author's own family. *We talk about Sylvia being born in England to parents who were refugees from Germany * Moving to the US when she was five *Growing up with parents from different cultures, a mother who was a Swiss champion figure skater, and a father who was a theoretical nuclear physicist, gave her varied and unique perspectives  *Sylvia is a high school chemistry teacher and head of the Science and Technology Department at Holliston High School *We talk about her, journey beginning with writing and how did she become emotionally connected to be her absolute best * What her family had to do, to survive and how this made her feel knowing that her family had to go through so many obstacles to survive *What element of her life connects to her book Where madness lies  *  Breaking point between consciousness or awareness and madness Thank you so much, for sharing your history and what you have been through.{"Vulnerability is only a weakness if it is abused"} - Savia RocksWebsite:  https://www.sylviatrue.com/Become Part of The Us People Podcast Community & Donate: https://donorbox.org/us-people-podcastSavia Rocks Website: https://www.savia.rocks/Support the show

The Final Straw Radio
Evictions and Domestic Terrorism Charges in Atlanta Forest Defense

The Final Straw Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 38:44


For this week's main podcast, we spoke with an activist of the Atlanta Anti-Repression Committee about the recent police raids and arrests in the Welaunee Forest, aka Atlanta Forest, which have brought charges of domestic terrorism on 5 people for allegedly building treehouses and throwing stones at cops. These arrests come after police entered the forest and used less lethal weapons on people in the forest, ostensibly participating in the #DefendTheAtlantaForest and #StopCopCity movement to defend the forest from the building of what might be the world's largest movie studio sound stage and a police training center. Again, be sure to check the show notes for more info sources and ways to support those being repressed. Check out our past coverage of the movement to defend Welaunee Forest in Atlanta by listening or reading our July 3rd, 2022 episode. Be sure to check out our podcast released December 14th, 2022, where we shared perspectives from Kyle Missouri, resident of the Winnemucca Indian Colony in so-called Humboldt County, Nevada, about evictions, banishment and house razing in an escalating process heaidng through courts by the Winnemucca Tribal Council. Check our shownotes for places to find more info & how to offer help through & beyond. Last minute the court changed the link for the zoom call, ostensibly to lower participation. We heard news on Thursday that Kyle was tased and arrested by Bureau of Indian Affairs, or BIA, pigs while trying to get to the house he shares with his grandmother, and that he was hospitalized and then transferred to Reno. You can find ways to support and more links in our show released December 14th and we hope to air more voices from Winnemucca on our next episode. Sean Swain Sean's segment on Fusion begins at [ 00:30:59 ] . ... . .. Featured Track: Eleva Tu Mente by Los Comandos from Back To Peru (The Most Complete Compilation Of Peruvian Underground '64-74)

China Unscripted
#188 The Nexus of China's Repression | Benedict Rogers

China Unscripted

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 65:52


When people talk about China's human rights abuses, it's often disconnected from its belligerence in the South China Sea or subversion of international organizations or theft of intellectual property. Yet when you look at the Chinese Communist Party's actions across all these areas, you start to see that China's human rights abuses aren't just an aspect of the CCP's rule, but its modus operandi. In this episode of China Unscripted, we talk about Hong Kong democracy, China's subversion of the United Nations, and what the free world can do to hold the CCP to account. Joining us in this episode is Benedict Rogers, the co-founder and CEO of Hong Kong Watch and the author of The China Nexus | Thirty years in and around the Chinese Communist Party's tyranny.

Secure Freedom Minute
Biden and the WHO Secretly Pursue Global Repression

Secure Freedom Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 1:00


Global elites have long sought to establish control over the rest of us. Today, Klaus Schwab's World Economic Forum is pursuing a “Great Reset” explicitly designed to do just that. There is, however, another such effort underway at the moment – one in which the Biden administration is officially engaged behind closed doors. The venue is backroom negotiations conducted by the World Health Organization. That's the supranational entity that endorsed Xi Jinping's totalitarian “China Model,” which responded to the Wuhan virus with mandatory lockdowns, vaccinations and digital “passports” that have helped kill over a million Americans. The closest thing to oversight of the WHO's incipient “Digital Gulag” was an informal hearing convened yesterday by Senator Ron Johnson to examine the pandemic and those who exploited it. Secret efforts to institutionalize and perpetuate the recent horrors must be halted, and rigorously investigated.   This is Frank Gaffney.

Idaho Speaks
Live Free Or Die!

Idaho Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 9:18


Would you like to share your thoughts with Ralph?  Please email your comments to hello@idahospeaks.com or post your comments on @IdahoSpeaks on Facebook.Idaho Speaks is a listener supported production.  Please visit idahospeaks.com/support to learn more.Do you have something so say?  Interested in learning more about publishing on the Idaho Speaks Network?  Our nation was built on ideas and your idea could be the next political advancement for Idaho.  Call Ed at (208) 209-7170 or email hello@idahospeaks.com to start the conversation.

Eine Welt - Deutschlandfunk
Iran ist raus! Über Fußball, Repression und Aufruhr

Eine Welt - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 6:22


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Spirit Matters
Spirit Matters Episode 165 : Dovetailing Aligned Actions

Spirit Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 36:37


In these material skin suits, action is inevitable, so let's not quit our day jobs. Repression is a recipe for delusion. Rather than working against our nature, we can work with it and align our actions to satisfy our Beloved. All things can be dovetailed in the service of Krishna. 

My History Can Beat Up Your Politics
Soccer and Repression: The 1978 World Cup in Argentina

My History Can Beat Up Your Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 50:09


As the world attention focuses on a soccer game, behind the surface is a disturbingly hidden suppression of a previously strong democracy.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

La Raza Chronicles
Repression to liberation post Spanish dictatorship, Maria Jose Montijo, y Accion Latina!

La Raza Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 58:00


Repression to liberation post Spanish dictatorship, Maria Jose Montijo, y Accion Latina! by Cronicas de la Raza

Rundschau HD
Flucht vor dem Militärdienst, Probleme nach Covid-Impfung, Polit-Drama an WM, Clevere Lobbyisten

Rundschau HD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 48:38


Aus Angst vor dem Militärdienst verlassen derzeit viele Russen das Land. Doch die Chancen, deshalb in der Schweiz Asyl zu erhalten, sind gering. Ausserdem: das Drama der iranischen Fussballer in Katar. Zudem: Probleme nach der Covid-Impfung. Und: ein neues Steuermodell für die Reederei-Branche. Flucht vor dem Militärdienst: Die Angst der russischen Männer Obwohl der russische Präsident Wladimir Putin die Mobilmachung der Armee offiziell für beendet erklärte: Seinen Worten trauen viele Russen nicht – zu gross ist ihre Angst vor Willkür. Deshalb verstecken sie sich oder fliehen vor dem drohenden Kriegsdienst aus dem Land. Die «Rundschau» porträtiert verschiedene russische Männer, die teilweise bereits einen Marschbefehl erhalten haben und nun Hilfe suchen, auch in der Schweiz. Probleme nach der Covid-Impfung: Wer übernimmt Verantwortung? Millionenfach wurde in den letzten knapp zwei Jahren gegen Covid geimpft. Für die meisten ist klar: insgesamt mit grossem Erfolg. Doch die Covid-Impfung kann in seltenen Fällen zu schweren und anhaltenden Gesundheitsschäden führen. Die Betroffenen fühlen sich mit ihren Problemen alleingelassen und in die Ecke der Impfskeptikerinnen und -skeptiker gedrängt. Doch weder Swissmedic, die Zulassungsbehörde des Impfstoffes, noch das Bundesamt für Gesundheit fühlt sich für diese Fälle zuständig. Polit-Drama an der WM: Das Dilemma der iranischen Nationalspieler Es war für die Protestbewegung im Iran ein starkes Zeichen: Beim ersten Spiel gegen England schwieg das iranische Fussball-Nationalteam während der Hymne demonstrativ. Doch beim zweiten Spiel sangen sie wieder mit – wenn auch nur halbherzig. Hintergrund dürften Drohungen des Regimes gewesen sein. Seit dem Tod von Mahsa Amini, die Mitte September in der Haft der Sittenpolizei gestorben ist, gehen im Iran die Menschen auf die Strasse – trotz der brutalen Repression durch die Sicherheitskräfte. Fussball ist im Iran politischer denn je: Kickt das iranische Team für das Regime oder die Protestierenden? An der «Rundschau»-Theke stellt sich der iranisch-stämmige Historiker Kijan Espahangizi den Fragen von Franziska Ramser. Clevere Lobbyistinnen und Lobbyisten: Neues Steuermodell für die reichen Reeder Schifffahrtsgesellschaften sollen künftig frei wählen können, ob sie den Gewinn versteuern oder lieber eine Pauschale auf die Tonnage ihrer Schiffe entrichten. Das Parlament berät diese neue Art von Steuer in der Wintersession. Ausgerechnet jetzt sorgt MSC, die grösste Reederei, für Schlagzeilen: Die Besitzerfamilie hat letztes Jahr ihr Vermögen verdoppelt und zählt zu den Superreichen im Land. Damit rückt die Frage in den Fokus, ob Reeder und Rohstoffhändler eine Steuerreduktion brauchen.

Rundschau
Flucht vor dem Militärdienst, Probleme nach Covid-Impfung, Polit-Drama an WM, Clevere Lobbyisten

Rundschau

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 48:38


Aus Angst vor dem Militärdienst verlassen derzeit viele Russen das Land. Doch die Chancen, deshalb in der Schweiz Asyl zu erhalten, sind gering. Ausserdem: das Drama der iranischen Fussballer in Katar. Zudem: Probleme nach der Covid-Impfung. Und: ein neues Steuermodell für die Reederei-Branche. Flucht vor dem Militärdienst: Die Angst der russischen Männer Obwohl der russische Präsident Wladimir Putin die Mobilmachung der Armee offiziell für beendet erklärte: Seinen Worten trauen viele Russen nicht – zu gross ist ihre Angst vor Willkür. Deshalb verstecken sie sich oder fliehen vor dem drohenden Kriegsdienst aus dem Land. Die «Rundschau» porträtiert verschiedene russische Männer, die teilweise bereits einen Marschbefehl erhalten haben und nun Hilfe suchen, auch in der Schweiz. Probleme nach der Covid-Impfung: Wer übernimmt Verantwortung? Millionenfach wurde in den letzten knapp zwei Jahren gegen Covid geimpft. Für die meisten ist klar: insgesamt mit grossem Erfolg. Doch die Covid-Impfung kann in seltenen Fällen zu schweren und anhaltenden Gesundheitsschäden führen. Die Betroffenen fühlen sich mit ihren Problemen alleingelassen und in die Ecke der Impfskeptikerinnen und -skeptiker gedrängt. Doch weder Swissmedic, die Zulassungsbehörde des Impfstoffes, noch das Bundesamt für Gesundheit fühlt sich für diese Fälle zuständig. Polit-Drama an der WM: Das Dilemma der iranischen Nationalspieler Es war für die Protestbewegung im Iran ein starkes Zeichen: Beim ersten Spiel gegen England schwieg das iranische Fussball-Nationalteam während der Hymne demonstrativ. Doch beim zweiten Spiel sangen sie wieder mit – wenn auch nur halbherzig. Hintergrund dürften Drohungen des Regimes gewesen sein. Seit dem Tod von Mahsa Amini, die Mitte September in der Haft der Sittenpolizei gestorben ist, gehen im Iran die Menschen auf die Strasse – trotz der brutalen Repression durch die Sicherheitskräfte. Fussball ist im Iran politischer denn je: Kickt das iranische Team für das Regime oder die Protestierenden? An der «Rundschau»-Theke stellt sich der iranisch-stämmige Historiker Kijan Espahangizi den Fragen von Franziska Ramser. Clevere Lobbyistinnen und Lobbyisten: Neues Steuermodell für die reichen Reeder Schifffahrtsgesellschaften sollen künftig frei wählen können, ob sie den Gewinn versteuern oder lieber eine Pauschale auf die Tonnage ihrer Schiffe entrichten. Das Parlament berät diese neue Art von Steuer in der Wintersession. Ausgerechnet jetzt sorgt MSC, die grösste Reederei, für Schlagzeilen: Die Besitzerfamilie hat letztes Jahr ihr Vermögen verdoppelt und zählt zu den Superreichen im Land. Damit rückt die Frage in den Fokus, ob Reeder und Rohstoffhändler eine Steuerreduktion brauchen.

Whoroscope Witch
131. Witch Church Live Weekly Sermon 11.21.22 | Repression Is The Hardest Part

Whoroscope Witch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 54:45


You can catch Witch Church Live every Sunday at 10am central on my Instagram page! @_malloryhasty In this episode, Mal discusses: Mars Retrograde Update New Moon in Sagittarius Jupiter Direct Hierophant Card

Authentic Biochemistry
Membrane Biochemisty.Steroidogenic endo-nuclear sphingolipid metabolism involving ganglioiside turnover mediates transcription factor de-repression via DAG kinase.DJGPhD.18.11.22.

Authentic Biochemistry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 30:00


References Dr Guerra's lipid lectures Front Pharmacol. 2020; 11: 569802 Biomolecules 2022, 12(10), 1434; https://doi.org/10.3390/biom12101434 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dr-daniel-j-guerra/message

A Reason For Hope
ARFH Ministries - Nov 18 2022

A Reason For Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 58:08


A Reason For Hope with Pastor Scott Richards! Sharing the Word one question of the heart at a time. Tags: Henotheism, Hospitals, and Repression

New Books in Political Science
Lynette H. Ong, "Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 46:22


How do states coerce citizens into compliance while simultaneously minimizing backlash? In Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China (Oxford UP, 2020), Lynette H. Ong examines how the Chinese state engages nonstate actors, from violent street gangsters to nonviolent grassroots brokers, to coerce and mobilize the masses for state pursuits, while reducing costs and minimizing resistance. She draws on ethnographic research conducted annually from 2011 to 2019--the years from Hu Jintao to Xi Jinping, a unique and original event dataset, and a collection of government regulations in a study of everyday land grabs and housing demolition in China. Her research highlights one of the ways in which modern authoritarians conceal their actions in order to maintain their popularity among ordinary citizens, a theme also explored in my earlier interview with Daniel Treisman about his book Spin Dictators. Author Lynette Ong is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto, with a joint appointment at the Department of Political Science and the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy's Asian Institute. Her other books are The Street and the Ballot Box: Interactions Between Social Movements and Electoral Politics in Authoritarian Contexts (Cambridge University Press, Elements Series in Contentious Politics, 2022), and Prosper or Perish: Credit and Fiscal Systems in Rural China (Cornell University Press, 2012), She has published research articles in Perspectives on Politics, Journal of Comparative Politics, China Quarterly, China Journal, Journal of Contemporary Asia, and other prominent journals. Here research has also been covered in the Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and the South China Morning Post. Host Peter Lorentzen is the Chair of the Economics Department at the University of San Francisco. His research focus is the political economy of governance in China and he is a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations (NCUSCR) and USF's new Center on Business Studies and Innovation in the Asia-Pacific. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in Economics
Lynette H. Ong, "Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 46:22


How do states coerce citizens into compliance while simultaneously minimizing backlash? In Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China (Oxford UP, 2022), Lynette H. Ong examines how the Chinese state engages nonstate actors, from violent street gangsters to nonviolent grassroots brokers, to coerce and mobilize the masses for state pursuits, while reducing costs and minimizing resistance. She draws on ethnographic research conducted annually from 2011 to 2019--the years from Hu Jintao to Xi Jinping, a unique and original event dataset, and a collection of government regulations in a study of everyday land grabs and housing demolition in China. Her research highlights one of the ways in which modern authoritarians conceal their actions in order to maintain their popularity among ordinary citizens, a theme also explored in my earlier interview with Daniel Treisman about his book Spin Dictators. Author Lynette Ong is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto, with a joint appointment at the Department of Political Science and the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy's Asian Institute. Her other books are The Street and the Ballot Box: Interactions Between Social Movements and Electoral Politics in Authoritarian Contexts (Cambridge University Press, Elements Series in Contentious Politics, 2022), and Prosper or Perish: Credit and Fiscal Systems in Rural China (Cornell University Press, 2012), She has published research articles in Perspectives on Politics, Journal of Comparative Politics, China Quarterly, China Journal, Journal of Contemporary Asia, and other prominent journals. Here research has also been covered in the Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and the South China Morning Post. Host Peter Lorentzen is the Chair of the Economics Department at the University of San Francisco. His research focus is the political economy of governance in China and he is a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations (NCUSCR) and USF's new Center on Business Studies and Innovation in the Asia-Pacific. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/economics

New Books in Chinese Studies
Lynette H. Ong, "Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Chinese Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 46:22


How do states coerce citizens into compliance while simultaneously minimizing backlash? In Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China (Oxford UP, 2020), Lynette H. Ong examines how the Chinese state engages nonstate actors, from violent street gangsters to nonviolent grassroots brokers, to coerce and mobilize the masses for state pursuits, while reducing costs and minimizing resistance. She draws on ethnographic research conducted annually from 2011 to 2019--the years from Hu Jintao to Xi Jinping, a unique and original event dataset, and a collection of government regulations in a study of everyday land grabs and housing demolition in China. Her research highlights one of the ways in which modern authoritarians conceal their actions in order to maintain their popularity among ordinary citizens, a theme also explored in my earlier interview with Daniel Treisman about his book Spin Dictators. Author Lynette Ong is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto, with a joint appointment at the Department of Political Science and the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy's Asian Institute. Her other books are The Street and the Ballot Box: Interactions Between Social Movements and Electoral Politics in Authoritarian Contexts (Cambridge University Press, Elements Series in Contentious Politics, 2022), and Prosper or Perish: Credit and Fiscal Systems in Rural China (Cornell University Press, 2012), She has published research articles in Perspectives on Politics, Journal of Comparative Politics, China Quarterly, China Journal, Journal of Contemporary Asia, and other prominent journals. Here research has also been covered in the Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and the South China Morning Post. Host Peter Lorentzen is the Chair of the Economics Department at the University of San Francisco. His research focus is the political economy of governance in China and he is a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations (NCUSCR) and USF's new Center on Business Studies and Innovation in the Asia-Pacific. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/chinese-studies

New Books in Sociology
Lynette H. Ong, "Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 46:22


How do states coerce citizens into compliance while simultaneously minimizing backlash? In Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China (Oxford UP, 2020), Lynette H. Ong examines how the Chinese state engages nonstate actors, from violent street gangsters to nonviolent grassroots brokers, to coerce and mobilize the masses for state pursuits, while reducing costs and minimizing resistance. She draws on ethnographic research conducted annually from 2011 to 2019--the years from Hu Jintao to Xi Jinping, a unique and original event dataset, and a collection of government regulations in a study of everyday land grabs and housing demolition in China. Her research highlights one of the ways in which modern authoritarians conceal their actions in order to maintain their popularity among ordinary citizens, a theme also explored in my earlier interview with Daniel Treisman about his book Spin Dictators. Author Lynette Ong is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto, with a joint appointment at the Department of Political Science and the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy's Asian Institute. Her other books are The Street and the Ballot Box: Interactions Between Social Movements and Electoral Politics in Authoritarian Contexts (Cambridge University Press, Elements Series in Contentious Politics, 2022), and Prosper or Perish: Credit and Fiscal Systems in Rural China (Cornell University Press, 2012), She has published research articles in Perspectives on Politics, Journal of Comparative Politics, China Quarterly, China Journal, Journal of Contemporary Asia, and other prominent journals. Here research has also been covered in the Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and the South China Morning Post. Host Peter Lorentzen is the Chair of the Economics Department at the University of San Francisco. His research focus is the political economy of governance in China and he is a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations (NCUSCR) and USF's new Center on Business Studies and Innovation in the Asia-Pacific. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books Network
Lynette H. Ong, "Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 46:22


How do states coerce citizens into compliance while simultaneously minimizing backlash? In Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China (Oxford UP, 2020), Lynette H. Ong examines how the Chinese state engages nonstate actors, from violent street gangsters to nonviolent grassroots brokers, to coerce and mobilize the masses for state pursuits, while reducing costs and minimizing resistance. She draws on ethnographic research conducted annually from 2011 to 2019--the years from Hu Jintao to Xi Jinping, a unique and original event dataset, and a collection of government regulations in a study of everyday land grabs and housing demolition in China. Her research highlights one of the ways in which modern authoritarians conceal their actions in order to maintain their popularity among ordinary citizens, a theme also explored in my earlier interview with Daniel Treisman about his book Spin Dictators. Author Lynette Ong is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto, with a joint appointment at the Department of Political Science and the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy's Asian Institute. Her other books are The Street and the Ballot Box: Interactions Between Social Movements and Electoral Politics in Authoritarian Contexts (Cambridge University Press, Elements Series in Contentious Politics, 2022), and Prosper or Perish: Credit and Fiscal Systems in Rural China (Cornell University Press, 2012), She has published research articles in Perspectives on Politics, Journal of Comparative Politics, China Quarterly, China Journal, Journal of Contemporary Asia, and other prominent journals. Here research has also been covered in the Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and the South China Morning Post. Host Peter Lorentzen is the Chair of the Economics Department at the University of San Francisco. His research focus is the political economy of governance in China and he is a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations (NCUSCR) and USF's new Center on Business Studies and Innovation in the Asia-Pacific. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in East Asian Studies
Lynette H. Ong, "Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 46:22


How do states coerce citizens into compliance while simultaneously minimizing backlash? In Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China (Oxford UP, 2020), Lynette H. Ong examines how the Chinese state engages nonstate actors, from violent street gangsters to nonviolent grassroots brokers, to coerce and mobilize the masses for state pursuits, while reducing costs and minimizing resistance. She draws on ethnographic research conducted annually from 2011 to 2019--the years from Hu Jintao to Xi Jinping, a unique and original event dataset, and a collection of government regulations in a study of everyday land grabs and housing demolition in China. Her research highlights one of the ways in which modern authoritarians conceal their actions in order to maintain their popularity among ordinary citizens, a theme also explored in my earlier interview with Daniel Treisman about his book Spin Dictators. Author Lynette Ong is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto, with a joint appointment at the Department of Political Science and the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy's Asian Institute. Her other books are The Street and the Ballot Box: Interactions Between Social Movements and Electoral Politics in Authoritarian Contexts (Cambridge University Press, Elements Series in Contentious Politics, 2022), and Prosper or Perish: Credit and Fiscal Systems in Rural China (Cornell University Press, 2012), She has published research articles in Perspectives on Politics, Journal of Comparative Politics, China Quarterly, China Journal, Journal of Contemporary Asia, and other prominent journals. Here research has also been covered in the Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and the South China Morning Post. Host Peter Lorentzen is the Chair of the Economics Department at the University of San Francisco. His research focus is the political economy of governance in China and he is a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations (NCUSCR) and USF's new Center on Business Studies and Innovation in the Asia-Pacific. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor
The Body is a Feedback Device ft. Sneha Shah & Shashank Gupta

The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 34:20


The mind and the body have a connection. And the body is a great feedback device- it checks into emotions and communicates to you if there is an issue. We often misinterpret these signals as mere physical ailments and pop pills but there is a possibility that these symptoms point to an underlying mental-emotional issue. In this episode of The Habit Coach, Ashdin is joined by Sneha Shah & Shashank Gupta, Directors of ISRA, to enlighten us about psychosomatic disorders and how can one identify them and solve them. They tell us about their transformation and realization journey, what emotions are and how they affect the body if unprocessed, the kind of signals given by the body that indicate an underlying psychosomatic issue, and ways to address them.Check out ISRA at their website(https://www.isra.co.in/)You can find Sneha at her Linktree and Shashank on Instagram.You can watch the full video episodes of The Habit Coach Podcast with Ashdin Doctor here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJLdd6v64eA650G1bwNrBkAYou can also check out Ashdin's Linktree Page here: https://linktr.ee/awesome180Check out the Awesome180 website: http://awesome180.com/You can follow Ashdin Doctor on social media:Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/Ashdindoc )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashdin-doctor/ )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/ashdindoc/)Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/ashdin.doc.9 )Send questions to Ashdin Doctor for The Habit Coach Hot Seat on this link: https://forms.gle/13vgf4MAk7zYKBd38You can listen to this and other incredible shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.

FALTER Radio
Russische Stimmen gegen den Krieg - #830

FALTER Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 67:46


Was von der Zivilgesellschaft bei Krieg und Repression geblieben ist, berichten Soziologe Grigory Yudin (Moskau, Princeton), Politikwissenschaftlerin Olga Gushchina und LGBTQ-Sprecherin Elena Lipilina. Geführt wird das Gespräch von Stephanie Fenkart im Karl Renner Institut. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Breaking the Sound Barrier by Amy Goodman
Alaa Abd El-Fattah and Egypt's Climate of Repression at COP27

Breaking the Sound Barrier by Amy Goodman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


By Amy Goodman & Denis Moynihan Alaa Abd El-Fattah should be attending COP27, addressing world leaders – not on the edge of death in an Egyptian prison.

First Line
Neurotic Defense Mechanisms: Repression, Control, and more

First Line

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 22:18


Episode 69. This episode covers the different types of neurotic defense mechanisms, ways that we unconsciously deal with stress and anxiety. Neurotic defenses are at a higher level than the unhealthy defense mechanisms I described in the previous episode, but there are also mature defense mechanisms that are at an even higher levels. The neurotic defense mechanisms include externalization, control, displacement, intellectualization, isolation of affect, rationalization, reaction formation, repression, dissociation, and inhibition. Anyone may have these defense mechanisms but it is especially common in people with personality disorders or other mental health diagnoses, especially anxiety-related disorders. Related episodes to listen to next: Unhealthy Defense Mechanisms (episode 68/season 2 episode 18) Personality Disorders (episodes 6, 8, 9, and 13 in season 1) Types of Therapy (episodes 62 and 63/ season 2 episode 12 and 13) Visit First Line's website where you can submit questions and feedback as well as view blog posts: https://poddcaststudios.wixsite.com/firstlinepodcast This episode is sponsored by TrueLearn. For a discount off your TrueLearn subscription use link: https://truelearn.referralrock.com/l/firstline/ and code: firstline Use this link to easily find First Line on different platforms and social media platforms: linktr.ee/FirstLinePodcast First Line is now available on Spotify & Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Stitcher, Amazon Music & Audible, iHeartRadio, Vurbl, Breaker, Castbox, PocketCasts, Castro, Player Fm, Pod Bean, Reason, Vurbl, and TuneIn. First Line is on Instagram @firstlinepodcast and on Facebook www.facebook.com/firstlinepodcast Content on First Line is for educational and informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Please see your primary care physician (DO or MD) for any medical concerns you have. All ideas expressed are individual ideas of the host and do not represent any organizations the host is linked to. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/firstline/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/firstline/support

Asia Rising
#193: The Repression of Indigenous Languages in Asia

Asia Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 35:20


The United Nations has declared 2022 the start of the International Decade of Indigenous Languages, aiming to raise awareness of the ongoing global loss of Indigenous languages. Ongoing attacks on human rights defenders and restrictions on civil society are critically challenging the effectiveness of these efforts. Read Indigenous Language Rights and the Politics of Fear in Asia - Issue 7 of The La Trobe Asia Brief. Dr Gerald Roche (Senior Research Fellow in Politics at La Trobe University, La Trobe Asia fellow). Recorded 29 September 2022.

Ghost Divers
[S10E2] Paranoia Agent ep. 1–7 (with special guest Josh McKenzie)

Ghost Divers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 144:01


Topics discussed: Breaking the Pattern of Paranoia Agent in Episode 7; Repression and Alienation; It's ‘Cause You Be On That Phone; The Tsunami as Lil Slugger; Issues of Victimhood; Shōnen Bat is a Stand Alone Complex; Harumi and Maria; Niamh is Still NANA Brained; Announcement of Our Next New Year's Special; Josh Says the Wildest Thing About Tokyo Godfathers; Crises of Childhood, Femininity, and Masculinity; The Worsening Effects of the Sluggings; The Animated Being of Maromi; Lil Slugger as Another Mascot Character; The Existentialism of the Detective Fiction Framing; The OP and the ED; and Critiquing Maromi Plushes. Write into our Question Bucket at ghostdiverspod@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter! The Show: @ghostdiverspod (twitter) or @ghostdivers (cohost) Niamh: @FoxmomNia (twitter) or @foxmomnia (cohost) Niamh's mediamh pile: @mediamh_pile Connor: @rabbleais (twitter) or @rabbleais (cohost) Josh: @amonns Swimfans: @swimfanspod Export Audio Network: exportaud.io Ghost Divers: exportaud.io/ghostdivers Pondering Pootan: exportaud.io/pootan Ornate Stairwells: exportaud.io/ornatestairwells Swimfans: swimfanspod.com Check out our official schedule at exportaud.io/divingschedule! Content Warnings for this Discussion Mental health crises, self-harm, and suicide Dissociative identity disorder Stalking, sexual assault Child sex abuse, invasion of privacy, suggestion of pedophilia Sex and sex work Sexism and patriarchal roles Violence, home invasion Fatphobia Alcohol Find out more at https://ghost-divers.pinecast.co

Clearing the FOG with co-hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese
Haiti: US Manufactures Crisis To Justify Repression Of Popular Movement

Clearing the FOG with co-hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 59:59


If you live in the United States, you probably believe that the problems in Haiti are cholera and gang violence and that the Haitians need our help in the form of a multinational military force to 'restore order.' Clearing the FOG speaks with Chris Bernadel of the Black Alliance for Peace's Haiti/Americas Team about the bigger picture of the United States' long term interference in Haiti to suppress social movements and install US-friendly regimes. Bernadel describes how it is the United States that has manufactured the current crises in Haiti with the help of a compliant media and is now trying to send an unaccountable military force to suppress mass mobilizations that have been going on for two months against the de facto prime minister, Ariel Henry, and devastating inflation. For more information, visit PopularResistance.org.

The Lawfare Podcast
Lawfare Archive: Transnational Repression: Out of Sight, Not Out of Reach

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 49:18 Very Popular


From February 5, 2021: Some countries don't just abuse their citizens within their own borders; increasingly, they target individuals after they have gone abroad. A range of nefarious acts play a role here, and together they make up a phenomenon called transnational repression.Nate Schenkkan, the director of research strategy at Freedom House, and Isabel Linzer, Freedom House's research analyst for technology and democracy, are the two authors of "Out of Sight, Not Out of Reach: Understanding Transnational Repression," a new report detailing the practice and Freedom House's research on the topic. David Priess sat down with them to discuss the variety of forms transnational repression can take; whom is targeted and why; examples from the governments of Russia, Saudi Arabia, China, Rwanda, and even Equatorial Guinea; and recommendations to buck this growing trend.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Give The People What They Want!
Give The People What They Want! Israeli siege of Shuafat refugee camp and more

Give The People What They Want!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 30:33


Join Vijay Prashad, Zoe Alexandra and Prasanth R for a new episode as they bring you the analysis you need on last week's developments. Stories this episode:

The Gold Exchange Podcast with Keith Weiner
Ep 43 - Jim Brown: Financial Repression and Zombification

The Gold Exchange Podcast with Keith Weiner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 45:22


In our latest Zombie Month episode, we welcome Jim Brown, a Monetary Metals Board Member, onto the Gold Exchange Podcast. "Hard Money" Jim dissects the increasing zombification of the economy, financial repression, and the unprecedented moves taken by Central Banks around the world. This episode was filmed LIVE at the New Orleans Investment Conference! Listen to Ben, Keith and Jim break it all down from the latest interest rate hikes, how they will impact the zombie hoards, and everything in between. Follow Jim on Twitter @HardMoneyJim

NachDenkSeiten – Die kritische Website
Heißer Herbst in Frankreich: Streiks in Raffinerien sowie Atom-Kraftwerken, Großdemo in Paris und Planungen für Generalstreik

NachDenkSeiten – Die kritische Website

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 10:01


Zumindest in Frankreich zeichnet sich tatsächlich ein heißer (oder je nach Perspektive eher kalter) Herbst ab. Seit dieser Woche werden große Teile der sogenannten „kritischen Infrastruktur“ bestreikt. Darunter sechs der acht Öl-Raffinerien des Landes sowie fünf Atomkraftwerke. Die Regierung unter Macron setzt auf Repression und droht den Streikenden mit Räumung sowie Zwangsverpflichtung zur Arbeit. GewerkschaftsvertreterWeiterlesen

This Jungian Life
Episode 235 - OCD: The Distress of Repression

This Jungian Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 74:51 Very Popular


Obsessions are unwanted, intrusive thoughts; compulsions are unwarranted, involuntary behaviors. Though different, they often go together, for compulsions pose as protection from the imagined bad consequences of obsessions. They tend to escalate, demanding more time and attention: spontaneity is sacrificed to schedule, desire surrenders to compliance, and aliveness is stifled by stiffness. OCD's insistence on “rightness” attempts to deny feelings, especially anger, neediness, and desire, displacing them onto rigid exercise routines, midnight phone scrolling, finicky dietary convictions, and other attempts to serve performance and perfection. Marie-Louise von Franz, Jung's close collaborator, says, “Every content of the unconscious with which one is not properly related tends to obsess one, for it gets at us from behind…You can either be possessed by a content constellated in the unconscious, or you can have a relationship to it. The more one represses it, the more one is affected by it.” When the unconscious is denied, it turns to unwanted forms of expression.   Dream I am standing in a field in winter. The earth is cold and hard. I have a simple, woven cloth wrapped around my head and am carrying a basket in the crook of my arm. I am in the field to harvest potatoes. I work slowly and methodically moving up and down the rows, but at some point I realize that the crops that I am harvesting are upside down. The potatoes sit neatly atop the earth, and it is only when I pull them up that I can see all the green parts of the plant. This realization doesn't faze me however, and I continue to harvest. As I work, I am aware of a sense of great peace. I bend to pick up yet another potato, and realize that there is no resistance, for the potato has no stem, leaves, or roots. It is a solitary object. I stand and hold the potato in the palm of my hand. It is fairly small, and somewhat paler than the rest. All of a sudden, the potato sprouts small white wings which begin to flutter. The potato hovers above my hand for a few moments, and then flies away. I watch it against the sky and am suddenly aware that the sky has become a brilliant blue, whereas in the beginning of the dream it was a heavy, pearly grey that threatened snow. I awake with a feeling of enormous well-being.    References Nancy J. Dougherty and Jacqueline J. West. The Matrix and Meaning of Character: An Archetypal and Developmental Approach. https://www.amazon.com/Matrix-Meaning-Character-Archetypal-Developmental/dp/0415403006/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1QN7XN37XLB19&keywords=the+matrix+and+meaning+of+character&qid=1664830176&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIwLjI4IiwicXNhIjoiMC4zMCIsInFzcCI6IjAuMzUifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=The+Matrix+and+Meaning+of%2Caps%2C82&sr=8-1   Nancy McWilliams. Psychoanalytic Diagnosis: Understanding Personality Structure in the Clinical Process. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=psychoanalytic+diagnosis+by+nancy+mcwilliams&crid=3LSO6NZR4L3XT&sprefix=Psychoanalytic+Diagnosis%2Caps%2C84&ref=nb_sb_ss_deep-retrain-50-ops-acceptance_1_24

The Untold Story with Martha MacCallum
Weeks Of Protests In Iran Against "Morality Police" And Repression

The Untold Story with Martha MacCallum

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 40:02


On this episode, Martha sits down with Adjunct Fellow at the Middle East Institute Nazee Moinian to discuss the recent protests in Iran sparked by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who died in the custody of the Iranian "Morality Police".   Nazee explains the arbitrary rules that govern women in the country, what these recent insurrections say about the direction the nation is heading and shares her thoughts on what western nations can do to help fight the oppression facing the Iranian people.  Follow Martha on Twitter: @MarthaMacCallum Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Financial Sense(R) Newshour
Financial Planning for the Decade Ahead: Taxes, Inflation, and Financial Repression

Financial Sense(R) Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 25:02


Oct 10 – In today's Lifetime Planning episode, Jim Puplava discusses three self-reinforcing trends that will likely be in place for the remainder of the decade: higher taxes, higher inflation, and the implementation of what is called 'financial repression'...

Background Briefing with Ian Masters
October 9, 2022 - Francesca Giovannini | James Galbraith | Dahlia Lithwick

Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 63:41


Biden Warns We Are Close to Armageddon and Have To Take Putin's Nuclear Threats Seriously | How We Can Build a Fair and Secure Middle Class Society | Women in America and Iran are Leading the Fight For Democracy Against the Repression of Women in the Name of Religion backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia

The Remix
✨Self Repression = R.I.P. = Spiritual D%@TH ‼️❗️

The Remix

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 93:00


Self Mastery | Astrology  Psychic Activation Soul Healing | Self Love | Channeled Messages | Live Reading ✨Magical

Echo der Zeit
«Irans Universitäten sind als Hort von Dissens sehr aktiv»

Echo der Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 29:02


Die Proteste in Iran gehen weiter, trotz heftiger Repression. Eine wichtige Rolle bei den Protesten spielen junge Menschen, Frauen, Studenten und Schülerinnen. Wie wichtig sind die Universitäten für die aktuellen Proteste? Frage an Politikwissenschafter Ali Fathollah-Nejad von der American University of Beirut Weitere Themen: (06:43) «Irans Universitäten sind als Hort von Dissens sehr aktiv» (13:29) Ruhender Pol in politisch bewegten Zeiten (16:48) Niedersachsen: Stimmungstest für die Ampel (22:30) Fünf Jahre PID – eine Zwischenbilanz

The Lawfare Podcast
Lawfare Archive: Upheaval and Repression in Iran

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 76:45 Very Popular


From December 31, 2019: Iran is in turmoil. Protests erupted across the country last month, sparked by the government's decision to triple the price of gasoline. The Iranian government has responded with brute force, imposing a blackout of the internet and deploying security forces to crack down in the streets. The crackdown has left hundreds dead and thousands injured or detained. On December 18, the Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution hosted a discussion on the unrest in Iran, what it means for the future of the country and the region, and how the United States and the international community should respond. Washington Post columnist David Ignatius led the conversation, which featured Brookings senior fellow Suzanne Maloney and film maker and journalist Maziar Bahari, who leads IranWire, a news site that conveys original information from Iran via citizen journalists.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mises Media
Toby Baxendale on the Coming Financial Repression

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022


UK entrepreneur and founder of the Cobden Centre Toby Baxendale joins Bob to discuss meeting Hayek, the history of economists supporting 100% reserve banking, and the tools central banks and governments will use to enact "financial repression."

The Human Action Podcast
Toby Baxendale on the Coming Financial Repression

The Human Action Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022


UK entrepreneur and founder of the Cobden Centre Toby Baxendale joins Bob to discuss meeting Hayek, the history of economists supporting 100% reserve banking, and the tools central banks and governments will use to enact "financial repression."

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper
Iranians Protest Repression while Suffering under US Sanctions

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 52:39


Click here for the full interview with Assal Rad: https://usefulidiots.substack.com/p/extended-episode-iranians-protest?r=je5va&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web Become a Useful Idiot for extended interviews and bonus content at http://usefulidiots.substack.com “The state is responsible. Period. There's just no question.” Author and historian Assal Rad joins Useful Idiots to discuss the Iranian protests over the case of Mahsa Amini, a young woman who died after being detained by Iran's “Morality Police” for not adequately covering her hair. “She shouldn't have been detained in the first place,” Rad says. “The fact that there is this law, this dress code, that doesn't allow women a basic form of free expression is the problem.” Amini's death has sparked protests across Iran and the west, with politicians and celebrities weighing in from around the world. “This is a human rights issue,” Rad says. “But so were the sanctions on Iran during the pandemic. It's problematic when you only cite human rights organizations and international law and the UN when it serves your purpose.” Today, crippling sanctions on Iran are starving its people, and women are affected the most. But Kim Kardashian and Justin Bieber aren't posting on Instagram about it. The West chooses when to call out human rights abuses against women and when to ignore them. “And that's why outside powers having any kind of intervention is so problematic. They're not doing it in the interest of those civilians, they're doing it in their own national interest,” Rad says. “This is why listening to and supporting voices in Iran is so important.” Assad Rad's new book is “The State of Resistance Politics, Culture, and Identity in Modern Iran.” Plus, subscribe to hear the full interview on why Biden won't reenter the Iran nuclear deal, the historic suppression of the Iranian left stemming from the Cold War, and how sanctions are crushing Iranian workers. It's all this, and more, on this week's episode of Useful Idiots. Check it out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices