Never Going To Turn It Down

Never Going To Turn It Down
 Music and laughs in this podcast. And can you guess when the Rick Roll is going to happen.
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 About the new Tiny House Warriors Compilation
The Tiny House Warriors: Vol 1 is a part of a mission to stop the Kinder Morgan TransMountain pipeline from crossing unceded Secwepemc Territory.

Ten tiny houses will be built and placed strategically along the 518 km TransMountain pipeline route to assert Secwepemc Law.
Find out more here.
 MUSIC

ADHAM SHAIKH FT. KINNIE STARR & CHASE IRON EYES            Who Will Save Our Water

(Tiny House Warriors Comp)

 Monster Zuko Onsomb                      ………                                       Children of the Atom                                           

BRUNO MARS FT. CARDI B –                                   FINESSE / SANGO – me dê amor (baile flip)

ADULT                                             Don’t Talk

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD ORCHESTRA                       Head Tax (Tiny House Warriors Comp)

SOLE                      ………                             War on real parts
CHUMBAWAMBA                                      ……                                Give the Anarchist a Cigarette

 

Podcast – IWD BNE Clusterfuck, Kurdish Women Unite, ACAB

Podcast – IWD BNE Clusterfuck, Kurdish Women Unite, ACAB

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International Women’s Day in Brisbane by all reports was an absolute clusterfuck. It is disappointing that so much effort has been put into building up the event, but the organisers chose to ignore the feelings of a section of the community.

Women who do not recognise the existence of transgender women (trans exclusionary radical feminists) were welcomed – and even invited – to the event.

This caused conflict during the event which could have been avoided by ensuring all women were comfortable at the event.

Some chose to protest the event, some chose to try to find a peaceful resolution by mediating between the two groups.

There has been some unfortunate targeting of individuals since the event which I have been thinking about a lot and even since this show show recorded my thoughts have changed a bit.

Now thinking about it I think the clashes here are partly due to a difference in tactics. The main conflict has been between people who don’t want TERFs involved but chose different actions on the day.

I read a beautiful statement from Kurdish women to the world.

Let us turn the 21st century into the era of women’s freedom!

From the mountains of Kurdistan, in the lands where society developed with the leadership of women, we salute you with our great freedom, passion, ambition, and unbreakable struggle. From Rojava’s neighborhoods to South America’s forests, from Europe’s streets to Africa’s plains, from the Middle East’s valleys to North America’s plazas, from Asia’s mountains to Australia’s plateaus; with our love which knows no borders and with our most revolutionary feelings, we embrace all women who intensify the struggle for freedom and equality.

And in Bad Cop No Donut the police have been pretty busy fucking things up this week. And fucking vegetables

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Music

TEAM PLASTIQUE             ………………….         Superstar

GEOFF BERNER                              ……………………..               Daloy Polizei

ROB HUSTLE          …………………………..                                          Good Cop

KAH-LO                               …………………………..                            Fasta

BIG SHAQ                  …………………………………………                 Mans Not Hot

ROB HUSTLE                              …………………………..         Good Cops

CHUMBAWAMBA          ………………….                  Give the Anarchist a Cigarette

Bedding music – Les Rosevere (music for podcasts), Yassem Kurdish Folk Instrumental

Psychadelicatesson, Boy and Dove (Dragonflight 1999)

 

 

 

 

 

Rojava, Italy, Brisbane, with Love.

Rojava, Italy, Brisbane, with Love.

This show really is global. We have contributors and interviewees on most major continents.

This show is an example our global footprint.  An Italian Subversion team member connected us with a man who had fought with the People’s Protection Unit (YPG) in Syria. This interview is our main feature this week.

It might come as a surprise but we also have an interview with Donald Trump. We find out his answers to some pressing issues.

And Bad Cop No Donut with some shocking cases of police brutality.

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ANTI-FLAG        …………..     Underground Network

ALAS                       …………………………..                                  Cop Killer

AZIZ WAISI      ……………………………       Kurdish song

DDM                        …………………………..                   Class War

POOR PEOPLE                 ………………………………………                   Sold Ourselves

Featured Image – Love Birds for Kurdistan

War on Welfare: an anarchist perspective

War on Welfare: an anarchist perspective

This sedition of Subversion #1312 features an interview with anarchist Jessica Harrison. Jessica lives in Wonthaggi in Victoria. She is active in the Australian Unemployed Workers Union.

The union recent;y had a bit of a win when the government was unable to reach a deal with the Nick Xenophon Team regarding welfare reforms, which would see an expansion of the cashless welfare  card.

As the name suggests the AUWU which was founded in 2014 fights for the rights of unemployed workers.

They say it was when the Howard government introduced work for the dole in 1997-98 that a radical change in the attitude towards the unemployed occurred “quote overnight the unemployed began to be treated like criminals’.

We’ve also got Bad Cop No Donut and plenty of new music including a brand new one from Urthboy (clip posted below).

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Anarchist Solidarity

Anarchist Solidarity

Jock Palfreeman has been in jail in Bulgaria for about 10 years. Inside the prison he set up the Bulgarian Prisoners Association and campaigns for human rights inside the countries harsh prisons. We interview two anarchists who work to support Jock and keep his case in the public eye.

Bad Cop No Donut begins with a funny issue Victorian police are having with their uniforms, and we discuss the on going situation in Australia’s offshore detention centre on PNG’s Manus Island.

And the big announcement that we are now part of the Channel Zero Network of anarchist podcasts.

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Music

Heaven 17 – Fascist Groove Thing info
The Basics – The Lucky Country info
Phil Monsour – Who Killed Reza Berati? info
Chumbawamba – Give the Anarchist a Cigarette info

 

Words

Jock Palfreeman petition (you don’t have to be Australian to sign)

Jock’s latest text.

Bad Cop No Donut

Victorian police officers have called for new pants after reporting their current uniforms are splitting at the crotch when they are trying to arrest people.

Police Association Victoria secretary Wayne Gatt said members had reported poor-quality and ill-fitting pants.

“The material used in manufacturing the pants is particularly unpopular with members, who have advised that the material does not breathe, and that the pants cause excessive sweating particularly in summer,” he said.

Mr Gatt said some officers had complained the excessive sweating had caused them medical problems.

He said the trousers limited police movements when they were trying to make arrests.

“Our members tell us that the cut of the pants limit their movement when they are required to execute some of the defensive techniques they are trained to perform, and are particularly limiting when they are required to complete routine policing tasks, such as jumping fences,” he said.


Western Australian police have released a promotional video made  to publicise its “Goodbye Graffiti” campaign.

The video has gone viral but for all the wrong reasons or maybe that was the plan.

It depicts a young couple walking through the streets of the inner-city Perth suburb of Leederville and buying coffee.

“Thank you so much for today — what’s the special occasion?” the woman asks.

“Remember those guys who were tagging the bus stop?” her companion says, as the video cuts to a scene of youths spray painting a bus shelter as sinister music plays.

“I got sick of them doing it and tagging, so I reported them,” he says. “I didn’t realise it, we got a reward.”

The WA Police campaign offers rewards for those who provide information about people who graffiti, in an attempt to save some of the estimated $25 million graffiti removal costs the State annually.


Victorian police take almost twice as many sick days now than they did 2 years ago.

Breaking down the stigma of mental health problems within the force has been suggested as a cause of this with more police feeling as if they can reach out for help.

The Victorian Police Association also noted the community’s continual mistreatment of law enforcers on the beat.


Refugees

For Manus updates follow Behrouz Boochani on Twitter.

Can’t Stand By

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The Can’t Stand By network exists to make the Australian government’s regime of mandatory detention of refugees so economically, politically and socially expensive that they have no choice but to abandon this policy.
CSB is designed such that it will continue to operate until all offshore detention centres have been closed, the worst of the Australian onshore detention centres have been closed and there is a 30-day limit placed on detention in Australia with periodic judicial review of any detention after that. CSB will continue to apply pressure until these demands are not just an agreement but an operating reality.

 

Always antifascist #161

Always antifascist #161

On this weeks program we tackle racism and the socially inappropriate practice of black-face fancy dress. Also policing and police brutality and fascism.

The major story this week is the closing down of the Manus Island detention center which has left 615 men stranded parched and hungry. They are also fearful of attacks by PNG police, military or hostile locals.

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A NSW police policy the Suspect Target Management Plan (STMP) is causing harm instead of predicting and preventing crime as it is designed to do.

These are the findings of a report by the Youth Justice Coalition.

Police calculate a person’s future risk of offending and put them into a category of extreme, high, medium or low risk. Those on the STMP are singled out for attention, including being repeatedly detained and searched while going about their everyday lives.

People are being stopped and searched several times a week`, and visited at home sometimes late at night for no specific reason.

Dr Vicki Sentas author of the report believes STMP interventions are often based on discriminatory assumptions, raising serious issues around procedural and substantive justice.

She says the policy appears to disproportionately target young Aboriginal people.

The STMP can involve police harassment of those under ten which increases their contact with the criminal justice system while not showing any observable impact on crime.

Evidence that curtailing proactive policing can reduce major crime


The US and United Kingdom are calling on the Kenyan Government to investigate alleged police brutality against National Super Alliance demonstrators and prosecute those found culpable.

Kenyan security agencies are accused of using excessive use of force against protesters, including use of live bullets in Kisumu, Migori and Kibera in Nairobi.

In a statement, the US Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec and UK minister for Africa Rory Stewart call for investigations into the allegations of police brutality against demonstrators in the immediate aftermath of the repeat presidential election which was held last week.


Black Lives Matter Founders Meet Indigenous Australians


Black Face.

WORST IGNORANT COMMENT EVER – People also sit on the beach to change their skin colour, but would you call them racist? No. But technically, they are changing their skin colour..

‘Blackface has frequently been used to perpetuate demeaning stereotypes of people of colour and symbolises how people who are not white have been represented as “the other”. It is widely seen as a form racism.

At its heart, “blackface” is about power. Specifically, using one’s power to take something important from someone else and use it for ridicule or entertainment. ‘

Black face stems from when black people were slaves and was designed to laugh at black people because they were considered lesser.


Queen Antyfa’s Report

In a BiZaRR0 interview with news dot com dot au, local comic Shayne Hunter has announced his retirement as CEO of ANTIFA (‘I established a terror movement in Australia, and I quit’, Shayne Hunter, as told to Corrine Barraclough, news.com.a, October 24, 2017: ‘SHAYNE Hunter established the far-left and violent Antifa movement in Australia. After four years the Brisbane man quit. Here’s why.’).

Media watch report

East Coast Australia Anti Fascist Action Groups Statement

news.com.au has recently published an article by right-wing writer Corrine Barraclough, interviewing the self-described founder of the “Antifa” movement in Australia.

It goes without saying that anti-fascist movements have existed in this country for many, many decades previous to this person’s involvement in “far-Left” politics, and that their account of their own participation is delusional.

In reality, after being excluded from numerous leftist spaces in Australia due to his erratic behaviour and a history of sexual assault, we have seen this individual move towards a right-wing politics; one which better suits his hateful narratives about gender-diverse people, people of colour, and women.

Our advice to comrades would be to avoid this individual. Our advice to the media would be to apply even the smallest grain of salt when reporting on fantastical claims. Anybody with a genuine interest in the origins and history of anti-fascism would be advised to consult Mark Bray’s Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook (Melbourne University Press, 2017).

Department of Anarchism

Department of Anarchism

In solidarity with The Juice Media who have been threatened – by the Australia Government  – with legal action over their Honest Government Aderts, we’ve created the Australia Department of Anarchism.

Although this is a fictitious department we could still be jailed for five years if the proposed changes to the Commonwealth Criminal Code are passed.

Have a listen to the show to find out more, plus Franklin Lopez talking about fascism. And Bad Cop No Donut, and the return of Jepanarchy!!!

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Bad Cop No Donut

4ZZZ News – The South Australian Opposition said in August they would install shoot-to-kill powers in the event of a terror threat if they won Government in the March election, however the Police Association says there will be no support of any such laws unless there was full criminal and civil immunity.

The union will meet today for the annual delegate conference, with an expected announcement regarding the shoot to kill laws in the coming weeks.

Complaints made against Corrective Services

The Islamic Council of Queensland (ICQ) made a series of complaints, to the Queensland Corrective Services (QCS), about the behaviour of staff towards Islamic inmates at the Arthur Gorrie correctional centre (AGCC).

The council’s appeal for action was unsuccessful, according to a QCS spokesperson, on the grounds that no further evidence was provided to substantiate the claims.

The GEO Group, who privately owns the AGCC, is aware QCS has received complaints directly from the ICQ which were investigated by QCS.


Footage has emerged from Adelaide of an Aboriginal man being strip searched by police in public.

When the police realised someone was filming the incident they moved into the neighbouring house without consulting the home owners.


Activists blockading a US immigration building in Portland using ‘Sleeping Dragon’ lock-ons, had hoods and ear muffs placed on them.

The police say this was to protect them from power tools used to break apart the Sleeping Dragon.

When presented with the fact there were no power tools, the police still insisted it was for protesters safety.