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Gay Space Communism pulls at the brightly colored threads of Gene Roddenberry's utopian vision, dares to ask if Star Trek is West Wing for Commies, and exposes Risa as Starfleet's Horny Jail. Cory, Rachel, Amy, Paul, and guests explore The TRUE Final Frontier: post-capitalism. Engage! [with this content every Thursday on the NSFWonks network.]
 
Hello! If you are a Srsly Wrong listener, we recommend starting with Episode 1, since that's where we directly address Srsly Wrong. Episodes 1, 2, and 3 have Srsly-Wrong style skits. Episodes 4 and 5 are rather quote-heavy. In the future, we plan to experiment with limiting the number of quotes we include and doing more discussion, doing different types of discussion, different types of skits, and different editing decisions (e.g., music)! If you have any feedback, please email srslyleft@gma ...
 
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Jamie and Aaron are joined by teacher, writer, and researcher Jasper Bernes (@outsidadgitator) for further discussion of Marx's "Critique of the Gotha Program." What does Marx mean by "lower-stage communism" and how does it track with state socialism? The pitfalls of "equality." Troubleshooting labor vouchers. What kinds of domination pass the test…
 
This tale has it all: mysterious bandits, betrayals and DRAMA! Plus, land reform and American imperialism. Join us as we learn about this very long and twisting tale of revolution. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gmail.com Patreon: Patreon.com/teachmecommunism And like and …
 
Discussing Slavonia Draculic's “A Guided Tour Through the Museum of Communism: Fables from a Mouse, a Parrot, a Bear, a Cat, a Mole, a Pig, a Dog, and a Raven”. (Send feedback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)โดย Erik Seligman
 
Episode Notes Strap in, space travelers! This week, we're going on a time travel adventure all the way back to the 1970s, around the time _The Original Serie_s wrapped up. Today's very special guest is our own Amy's mom, Peg, and she's here to tell all of her stories and memories of Star Trek and the 70s. It's a fun and wild time. Let's get into it…
 
Jamie and Aaron go over Marx's 1875 essay "Critique of the Gotha Program," in which he gives some spicy takes on the platform proposed by the Social Democratic Workers' Party of Germany (SDAP) and the General German Workers' Association (ADAV) as they prepared to unite into one party at a conference held in the city of Gotha. In it, he warns agains…
 
This week we're watching a 1976 documentary about a coal miner strike in Kentucky. Honestly, the title says it all with this one, I just feel weird having a one sentence description. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gmail.com Patreon: Patreon.com/teachmecommunism And like an…
 
Jamie and Aaron finish out their discussion of "The Communist Manifesto," covering 'Chapter 3: Socialist and Communist Literature,' and 'Chapter 4: Position of the Communists in Relation to the Various Existing Opposition Parties.' They also discuss the pamphlet's relevance to modern day organizing. "The Communist Manifesto": https://www.marxists.o…
 
Jamie and Aaron continue their discussion of Marx and Engels' "The Communist Manifesto," spotlighting the brilliant debate lording of 'Chapter 2: Proletarians and Communists.' In this chapter, our boys position the communist movement in relation to the working class as a whole and dispatch some common critiques of communism floated by bourgeois ide…
 
In the pilot episode of Everybody Loves Communism, Jamie and Aaron discuss the first portion of Marx and Engels' seminal pamphlet "The Communist Manifesto" with the help of The Antifada's Sean KB (@as_a_worker). After situating the piece in its proper historical context, the crew discusses 'Chapter 1: Bourgeois and Proletarians,' which goes over th…
 
Students, teachers, lends us your ears! We're talking education this week, as we read some theory, discuss previous socialist approaches, and imagine our own anarchist utopia of learning. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gmail.com Patreon: Patreon.com/teachmecommunism And li…
 
Episode Notes In this... interesting episode of Gay Space Communism, we talk about the mirror universe and all its many implications, episodes, and characters. We even play a little game about our own mirror universes! Also in this can't-miss episode: Are the Klingons racist? Is the mirror universe always bad? Does Star Trek have a fascism fascinat…
 
Would you live in an anarchist utopia if it also meant you had to live on a bleak desert moon with very little resources? This week we're discussing the sci-fi novel The Dispossessed, by Ursula K. Le Guin. It's about anarcho-syndicalism, imperialism, and physics! We also talk about gender, faster than light travel, climate change, and land otters. …
 
Episode Notes The internet, for all its many faults, has been a tremendous source of community and has afforded us the opportunity to learn about, experience, and appreciate other cultures that has strengthened our common bonds as human beings. In Trek, people are separated by solar systems and the cross culture exposure is even more significant th…
 
We return to Cuba this week to take a closer look at the CIA's fumbling, bumbling, very bad no good invasion. Topics include wacky assassination plots, bad plane disguises, and the astounding confidence of white men. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gmail.com Patreon: Patreo…
 
Episode Notes At the end of the day, aren't we all just a collection of atoms and patterns? Today we brought Damien Williams on the pod to discuss the transporter, the ship of Theseus, and what makes us really us. How does the transporter actually work? What parts of us make us who we are? How does gender factor into our self identity? &MORE Check …
 
It's another biography this week, and this time we're talking about the socialist president of Burkina Faso, Thomas Sankara. His story has everything! Coups, colonialism, betrayal, and... starting a band? Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gmail.com Patreon: Patreon.com/teachm…
 
Episode Notes SPOILER ALERT: This episode contains light spoilers for the TV show/book series The Expanse. The discussion takes place roughly from 58:30 to 1:03:00. The readings are off the charts, Captain! It must be a new episode! Today we invited Cory's friend, Andrés Bernal, to talk about money, humanity, and of course, Star Trek! Join us on th…
 
It's time for another art history episode! This time Christine is teaching us about the Federal Art Project, a division of the WPA. You can find the slideshow of artworks discussed on our social media. Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gmail.com Patreon: Patreon.com/teachmecommunism And like and subscribe…
 
Episode Notes Star Trek follows the activities of the Starfleet officers, but what about everyone who's not in the space Navy? In this episode, we ponder on what civilians in the Trek universe even do. We get into: Where do civilians get their money? Is there still a class system in Trek? The refugee crisis in Star Trek Who's the worst dad in Starf…
 
We're finally tackling that war that always seems to pop up in our conversations: The Spanish Civil War. We talk leftist unity, mujeres libres, anarchism, the totally coincidental connections between the church and the military as repressive forces, and more. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail:…
 
The Epoch Times is serializing an adaptation from the Chinese of a new book, How the Specter of Communism Is Ruling Our World, by the editorial team of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party.โดย The Epoch Times
 
Episode Notes If you've ever had to slog through mountains of paperwork, make dozens of phone calls, and find yourself speaking to robots on the other end, you know how impossible and infuriating bureaucracy can be. But are there any benefits to it? And how does it function in Trek? Today we do a deep dive into the systems of government in Trek, wh…
 
Back to the mailbag! This week’s topics: an addendum on Ireland, a definition for liberalism, healthcare, L3Cs, tips for young communists, and children’s rights in a communist society. And in our intro segment, Christine gives us the horoscopes of famous commies. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gm…
 
Episode Notes DOOOOON'T STOP BELIEEEEEEEVING! Oh hi, sorry, you caught us doing Journey karaoke during the Starfleet talent show.... wait what? Ever notice that no one in Star Trek listens to anything but classical music? Today, we're joined by our new host, Amy, to talk about why we think that is. Surely SOMEONE on the ship plays guitar, right? We…
 
Communist Movie Night is back and this time, we brought a friend: Noam Chomsky! Well, not literally. We’re just watching a movie about him, Manufacturing Consent, which explores the bias in the media and how it plays into capitalism and imperialism. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmeco…
 
Episode Notes Hey there space travelers! By reading this, you've demonstrated an incredible ability to understand written English. Ever think of how wild and amazing language is? We do all the time, so come join us as we discuss: How do we communicate? What is a language? What are the limitations of language and the Universal Translator? How do lan…
 
Time to check back on the fight for a unified Ireland. This episode covers events following the Easter Rising up to the Good Friday agreement. We talk about imperialism and the fracturing of the left, so like, the usual topics. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gmail.com Patr…
 
Episode Notes In this episode, Rachel, Paul, and Cory come together the day after the January 6th Capitol riots. Fittingly, They discuss the Bell Riots, their place in the Star Trek universe, and more, including: How are our current (American) politics reflected in the Trek universe? Are the Bell Riots inevitable? Gene editing, artificial intellige…
 
This week's biography is of abolitionist academic Angela Davis, including her early travels, the Soledad brothers, the People's Park, and more. Reagan accidentally makes UC Berkeley sound super cool. We also look at readings from Women, Race and Class and Are Prisons Obsolete? Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @tea…
 
Episode Notes Welcome to Gay Space Communism! When you ask people how they started moving left politically, a large number of them will at some point mention a certain sci-fi franchise that has captured imaginations for decades by presenting the possibility of a better society. We're talking, of course, about Star Trek! In this maiden voyage of the…
 
We have a dark tale from Latin America this week, full of spies, murder, kidnapping, and lots of weirdly named clandestine organizations. Spoiler: our old pals the CIA are heavily involved. Shocking, we know. Get out your red string, thumbtacks, and bulletin boards, it's gonna be a lot! Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twi…
 
The title kinda says it all for this one! Christine has been a long-time advocate for fat folks, so they take the lead on debunking some myths, explaining the effects of fat bias, and why this important for the left. Grady once again longs for an android body. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail…
 
Vive la commune! Today we're revisiting the Paris Commune, first mentioned in our episode on Lenin's The State and Revolution. Now that we've got the analysis, let's take a deeper look into the events leading up to the commune, their policies, their downfall, and how the world responded to it all. Christine sings a bit of Les Mis at one point. Chec…
 
This week we're reading one of Vladimir Lenin's premier texts, The State and Revolution. We talk about smashing, organizing, withering, oh my! Sound note: there were some loud dogs in the background, along with a very squeaky door letting them in and out of the house. Apologies for the noise! You can access this text for free at marxists.org, or ge…
 
While a real-life megacorporation tries to crush its workers' attempts to unionize, we watch a sci-fi version of our world that's sadly not too far off the mark: the 2018 film Sorry to Bother You, directed by Boots Riley. We bemoan corporate nonsense, crush on various actors, yap about art, and there's a horse, of course. Check us out on social med…
 
We interview Nora Clinton about her memoir "Quarantine Reflections Across Two Worlds", discussing her early life in Communist Bulgaria and her later experiences in the US. (Send feedback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)โดย Erik Seligman
 
From anarcho-communism to transhumanism, we go through the many types of anarchism out there, giving brief definitions, explanations, and of course, some opinions. And for our bonus segment, we talk about the board game Monopoly. Check us out on social media! Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gmail.com Pa…
 
In today's episode, we continue our biography of Mao Zedong, starting from the Proclamation of the People's Republic of China and ending with, surprisingly, Mao's death. We'll discuss things like land reform, the Great Leap Forward, and the Cultural Revolution, and of course we'll wrap up with our own conclusions and analysis at the end. Because Ma…
 
Another biography, and this time it's a long one! In part 1 we cover Mao's early life, his beginnings as a communist leader, the Second Sino-Japanese War, the Chinese Civil War, and up to the declaration of the People's Republic of China. Check us out on social media! Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gma…
 
Over the months of doing this show we’ve gotten lots of questions in the vein of “how do I spread the good news of communism”?So in this episode we talk about tips, strategies, and comebacks for converting the liberal in your life. Go forth and proselytize! Apologies for the audio quality on this one; there was construction going on outside. Check …
 
It's movie night again! We're watching the new film about the Black Panthers, Judas and the Black Messiah, directed by Shaka King. We talk about how the film covers the Panthers, how to spot a bad liar, and of course, we bemoan the current state of our revolution (or lack thereof). Check us out on social media! Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter:…
 
We're starting a new series on the revolutionary movement in Ireland. Part 1 covers the initial imperial subjugation of Ireland, the Easter Rising, and all the way through to the Election of 1918. In particular we focus in on James Connolly, and how his socialist ideals affected the revolution. Check us out on social media! Instagram: @teachmecommu…
 
In today's episode, we talk communes in the most unlikely of places: Texas. From early utopian socialist projects and their many struggles to more modern day attempts to build a life off the grid, Christine leads our discussion of the cool (and not so cool) features of Texas communes and their place in the leftist movement. Check us out on social m…
 
It’s time to talk about Christine’s “favorite” thing: charity. We start with a reading from Andrew Carnegie, who has some... ideas. Then we talk about how charity isn’t the solution and do a lot of yelling about rich people. Classic stuff. Check us out on social media! Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gm…
 
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