The Spencer Latu Show is a progressive politics show that speaks truth to power. We provide much needed coverage, and media criticism of stories at the municipal, provincial, national and international level from the perspective of two progressive working class students; Spencer Latu and Ajeetpal Gill. We are based out of UBC in Vancouver BC.
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Best Spencer Latu podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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In today's episode, I discuss Canada's fake left "squad" mimicry of the Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez et al.
In today's episode, we discuss green imperialism and its support of regime change in Bolivia.
In today's episode, we discuss the moderate wing of fascism, social democracy.
In today's episode, we discuss Israel-Palestine, East Jerusalem, and the Green New Deal.
In today's episode we discuss UBC and Amazon, Propaganda by Edward Bernays, the Squad, and the Green New Deal.
In today's discussion, we talk about a high school student union with special guests Max and Howie.
In today's episode we discuss the Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline and why we have no escape.
In today's episode, we discuss Sudan, Hong Kong, and Big Green collaborating with Big Oil.
In today's episode, we connect the dots of the global corporate elite and look behind the curtain of the Green New Deal.
In today's episode, we take on the left's sacred cow: the Green New Deal.
In today's episode we discuss the Racist Colonizing Militarized Patriarchs or RCMP, UBC and the AMS doing business with the very problematic corporation Coca-Cola, prayer space for Muslim students at UBC, and propaganda surrounding Venezuela.
In today's episode, I discuss with special guest co-host Nitahi Red Women Rising, decriminalization of possession in BC, Julian Assange, and the next President of the United States Mike Gravel.
In today's episode, we discuss the ongoing genocide of Indigenous people through the sterilization of Indigenous women, the proto-fascist UCP government winning a majority in Alberta, and saying RIP in peace to Russiagate.
In today's episode, we discuss the vandalizing of UBC's Reconciliation pole and the White Helmets speaking on UBC's campus.
In today's episode, we discuss the Wet'suwet'en crisis and Canada's imperial policies towards Venezuela.
In today's episode, we discuss the updates of Wet'suwet'en crisis, Canada's diplomatic spat with China, and Canada's support for the Venezuelan coup.
In today's episode, we discuss the new research that shows Canada’s police force assesses the risk Indigenous activists and protesters pose to the nation — not based on factors of criminality — but based on their ability to summon sympathy from the broader populace.
In today's episode, we discuss the resistance of the Wet’suwet’en people against big energy, Alberta's expensive propaganda campaign, and UBC's fall reading break, in numbers.
In today's episode, we discuss UBC's middle management, the looming specter of climate catastrophe, and the Unist’ot’en Blockade in central BC.
In today's episode, we discuss the sixties scoop, the Five Eyes spy agencies, and justice for Sikh people in India.
In today's episode, we discuss the horrible ownership of an NFL franchise that has a racial slur as its mascot, Vancouver's very own political prisoners, and understanding the Yellow Vests in France.
In today's episode, we discuss the ongoing forced sterilization of indigenous women, a pig shot a black man... again, and Canada Post workers are forced back to work by the state.
In today's episode, we discuss the Transgender Day of Remembrance for the hundreds of people murdered by reactionaries over their gender identities, Amazon's scam to major cities begging for their second headquarters, and Stephen Harper is bringing sexy conservatism back.
In today's episode, we discuss the police's inability to protect and serve, why Trudeau is wrong about assessing BDS's fault for the Nazi shooting in a synagogue, and California is suffering from the same wildfires BC had this summer.
In today's episode, we discuss the 2018 US midterm elections and the failures of the Democratic Party.
In today's episode, we discuss what fascism is and its rise not only in Brazil but the United States as well.
In today's episode, we discuss the NFL's social justice warriors Eric Reid and Malcolm Jenkins butting heads and the migrant caravan and its roots in Canadian imperialism.
In today's episode, we discuss Stephen Harper's ghost pepper level spiciness take on Trump and Bernie, Saudi Arabia SHOCKINGLY is caught up in a human rights scandal, and a Catholic Church scandal hits too close to home.
In today's episode, we discuss colonialism, climate disasters, and UBC's mistreatment of disabled and pregnant employees.
In today's episode, we discuss Trudeau's commitment to the failed American drug war, and how NAFTA by the new name USMCA disadvantages workers.
In today's episode, we discuss a mixed bag of issues starting with Trump getting laughed out of the UN, NDP MP Romeo Saganash says what everyone has been thinking, and Canada's plan to invade Venezuela.
In today's episode, we speak to journalist and author Travis Lupick about his book Fighting for Space: How a Group of Drug Users Transformed One City's Struggle with Addiction, and the opioid crisis.
In today's episode, we discuss the rise of racial bull horns coming from the Canadian right wing of political discourse.
In today's episode, we talk with Kyle Michaluk of University Underground and discuss how this campus has been captured by business interests.
In today's episode we ask the question why are obituaries misrepresenting the life and times of war hawk John McCain?
In today's episode, we pick up where we left off last week and discuss how neoliberalism has exacerbated the climate crisis facing humanity.
In today's episode, we discuss the controversy surrounding Sir John A. Macdonald's legacy and statue in Victoria, as well as the state of emergency declared by British Columbia due to the over 500 forest fires burning across the province.
In today's episode we discuss the most repressive regimes on planet Earth, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and why they're upset with Canada.
In today's episode we discuss how Kinder Morgan and the Transmountain Expansion Pipeline are killing killer whale pups and how Canada ended up with 87 families owning as much wealth as three provinces combined.
In today's episode we try and figure out why Postmedia hates unions and discuss how Vancouver has become the most unaffordable city in North America.