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The one thing I never get asked to talk about….

The one thing I never get asked to talk about….

You’re probably sick of my face on telly by now. It’s not the living wage that was campaigned for… like Lenin said there are some decades where nothing happens… *Opinionated noises* We see Matt Hancock age by 20 years… Jeremy Corbyn gets into power all these billionaires will flee…. I don’t take that view… There’s actually feminist marxist theorists who write about this… Winding people up probably on the right… I love that you’ve come prepared! Absolute nonsense! I’m not…

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She Survived History’s Greatest Mass Murderer | Guest: Li Zhao | Ep 39

She Survived History’s Greatest Mass Murderer | Guest: Li Zhao | Ep 39

– Welcome to Kibbe on Liberty. We’re broadcasting almost live at the Atlas Network meeting in New York City, and I’m talking to my friend (beeps) who grew up under Mao’s China. We’re gonna hear some horror stories, we’re gonna talk about Hong Kong, and we’re gonna talk about why kids should step off the ledge when it comes to socialism. Check it out. (rock music) So, Li, hi. – Hi. – How are you? – Good. – You just…

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Why Don’t You Use Soviet Terminology Like “Comrade?”

Why Don’t You Use Soviet Terminology Like “Comrade?”

Next question today. Hey David, I noticed that you don’t use some of the Soviet terminology that is becoming in Vogue with part of the left, like calling people comrades and talking about things being read in a positive way. Why don’t you use that terminology? Listen, I’ve sort of talked about this before. Um, I’m not a communist. I’m not a socialist. I don’t think that Leninism or Stalinist Marxism are the directions that we should be going. Uh,…

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Wolff on “The Basic Economics of Immigration”

Wolff on “The Basic Economics of Immigration”

this is a response to a whole series of questions about the basic economics of immigration, given that it’s an enormous issue as created by the Trump administration, given that it’s now the excuse for shutting down the government and playing all kinds of political games, once again at the expense of most of people who have no responsibility for this issue altogether. For all these and still other reasons it’s long overdue to explain the basic economics of immigration;…

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The Devil’s Swindle (3/3) by Tommy

The Devil’s Swindle (3/3) by Tommy

and this is another reason why World Citizen National Socialism is the solution. World Citizen not Globalist. National Socialism or National Socialists not Parasites because both Capitalism and Marxism are Contra- dialectics of The parasite System. Authentic National Socialism is not Marxist socialism. Authentic National Socialism respects private property and it respects the work of host constituents. It doesn’t undermine the best of the host. It elevates the great minds of the host and accords them due respect or rather…

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D’Souza DESTROYS “proud Democrat” in heated Q&A

D’Souza DESTROYS “proud Democrat” in heated Q&A

Student: I’m a proud Latina, I come from a proud family of immigrants, and I’m an even prouder Democrat. My question here today is based off a comment that you said earlier. You said that the merits of the Three-Fifths Compromise is up for debate. So who are you, or who is anyone, to debate the merit of one’s humanity? Also, how can you deny the legacy the Three-Fifths Compromise has had and slavery has had on the extent of…

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The story of the Paris Commune (1871)

The story of the Paris Commune (1871)

In 1871 for a few months during the summer there was something unusual going on in Paris. A completely functional democratic commune was formed by the working people and they brought reforms that could still be considered revolutionary today. Anarchists, Marxists and other socialists worked together on this project which was supposed to be the beginning of a worldwide workers revolution. But let’s take a step back and see how we got there. As I am sure you are well…

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Trump is uncannily truthful and has a strong sense of right & wrong

Trump is uncannily truthful and has a strong sense of right & wrong

Student: Early on in the discussion, you mentioned Bernie Sanders making a claim about Norway. I just want to let you know that I do support President Trump, but he also is prone to wild claims that don’t have much foundation. The question that I have is: what makes him different from politicians on the other side who we aren’t supporting because they’re doing the same thing? D’Souza: This is a very interesting question because I think that… I’ve been…

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