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The 'Robert Menzies Institute' is set to open at Melbourne University in November. The founders claim the Institute will be a museum dedicated to 'Australia's greatest Prime Minister' but the real project appears to be establishing a conservative think-tank with a board of right wing ideologues including Peta Credlin and Georgina Downer. On this ep…
 
After meeting, Kenji and Danielle made startling revelations about Artie’s life, his debauched agenda, and just how depraved his mind can really be. Follow @SomethingWasWrongPodcast on Instagram For free mental health resources, please visit SomethingWasWrong.com/Resources Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
As his wife Darcy fell in love with Ardie and his “too good to be true” life story, Kenji started to question where Ardie began and his lies ended. Despite her own doubt, Darcy pursued a deeper relationship with Ardie as things turned violent. Kenji then learned just how far Ardie will go to protect his lies and deception. Follow @SomethingWasWrong…
 
The situation unfolding in Afghanistan is a humanitarian disaster resulting from decades of imperialist interventions and war. On this episode we discuss the political history of the invasion in 2001 and how the occupation resulted in the Taliban asserting control over the country today. Our guest Simone White is a socialist activist who was part o…
 
Drama broke out when Danielle’s stepfather called Ardie’s job into question at a family party. Kenji is surprised when his wife Darcy came home one evening and told him about her new British doctor friend, Ardie. Follow @SomethingWasWrongPodcast on Instagram For free mental health resources, please visit SomethingWasWrong.com/Resources Learn more a…
 
Ardie was able to convince Danielle to trust him when her family questioned his behavior. But when a detective reached out to Danielle with his own suspicions, Danielle started to wonder if Ardie was telling her the whole truth. Follow @SomethingWasWrongPodcast on Instagram For free mental health resources, please visit SomethingWasWrong.com/Resour…
 
Danielle met Ardie, a British medical student at UCLA, on a dating app in November 2011. Everything seemed to be going great until Danielle received an alarming phone call from her sister. Follow @SomethingWasWrongPodcast on Instagram For free mental health resources, please visit SomethingWasWrong.com/Resources Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
In this episode we discuss the debates around lockdown and the political response to the pandemic in Australia with Sydney based socialist activists Eleanor Morley and Josh Lees. Lockdowns continue in large parts of the country and the vaccine rollout is the slowest in the OECD. How can we understand the political priorities of the government? What…
 
In this episode we reveal the forgotten history of Aboriginal unionists in the 1890s shearers' strikes. The participation of Aboriginal workers, including strike camp leaders like Andrew Stuart Stepney, challenges historical accounts that note the racism of the shearers’ unions and subsequently ignore the role that Aboriginal workers played within …
 
On this episode we preview The Fight for Workers’ Power: Revolution and Counter-Revolution in the 20th Century with author Tom Bramble. The book recounts key periods of international class struggle from 1914 to 1956 with the aim of bringing the lessons from these struggles to a new generation of socialists. Tom has studied, written about, and taken…
 
The recent hospitalisation of 4 year old Tharunicaa and the story of her family Priya, Nades, and Kopika is a perfect illustration of the brutality of the Australian government's treatment of refugees. On this episode we discuss the campaign to bring this family back to Biloela with full residency rights and what their experience has revealed about…
 
What are the differences between a socialist approach to fighting for liberation from oppression and the ideas that dominate what has become known as 'identity politics'? How can we genuinely combat oppression based on attributes of identity? What are the strengths of a politics of solidarity rather than 'allyship'? How important is it to experienc…
 
For more than 100 years, Palestinians have never given up the fight for their homeland and national independence. Their struggles have inspired international solidarity as a result of their courage and determination in the face of violent occupation and oppression. On this episode we are joined again by Vashti Fox, author of The Story of Palestine:…
 
Israel's latest offensive against the Palestinians began with evictions in the neighbourhood of Sheik Jarrah and continues with a massive aerial bombardment of Gaza. On this episode, author of The Story of Palestine: Empire, Repression and Resistance Vashti Fox discusses the background to the current wave of aggression and the historical and contem…
 
Wood for cremation fires is running out across India. While bodies continue to fill the streets the Modi regime has pushed a political agenda of self promotion and ignored a rapidly growing health catastrophe. On this episode we are joined by Sagar Sanyal to discuss how this crisis happened, what the Indian ruling class could have done to prevent i…
 
Scott Morrison's response to multiple allegations of sexual assault within his party has been an abject failure and a demonstration of the ongoing commitment of the government to oppression and exploitation. In this episode we welcome back Red Flag newspaper editor Louise O'Shea to discuss what has happened since accusations against attorney-genera…
 
We have a world to win, but are we too late to avoid the 'tipping points' that trigger irreversible environmental catastrophe? There are still reasons to hope that we can save the planet, but what are the politics that can win the world? In this discussion with socialist teacher and environmental activist Jamiel Deeb, we examine the failures of ref…
 
Special recording of the opening night of Marxism 2021 in Melbourne featuring Aran Mylvaganam, Liz Walsh, and Omar Hassan. Marxism Conference - www.marxismconference.org Instagram @marxism_conference Facebook /MarxismConference Support Red Flag Radio on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/redflagradiopodcast Subscribe to Red Flag newspaper: https://su…
 
Asian Americans Advancing Justice - AtlantaThis donation page was created to help the victims and their families impacted by the violent acts that took place on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 in Atlanta. Stop AAPI Hate Stop AAPI Hate is a coalition addressing anti-Asian hate amid the pandemic. Follow Stop AAPI Hate on Instagram // Donate to Stop AAPI Hate…
 
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