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Some comrades in my local IWW have started a radio show that will cover news and discussion about unions and union activity.
I will be uploading the shows here:
If you live in Meanjin/Brisbane you can listen to them on 102.1fm at 9am on Tuesdays.

If it doesn't abolish -ough from the english language, it's not my revolution.

tbh, I'm not super anti-ML (because I don't have a clear understanding of ML theory), but if a country doesn't at least have universal direct democracy in the workplace, I'm not calling it socialist. It's really just the minimum requirement that none of the countries that call themselves socialist seem to meet.

update: - What Do You Mean!?, short updates on the happenings in Aussie politics, they're probably at least a social democrat

I made a list of australian breadtubers, figured I'd put it here 

I was doing community service today and some coworkers were complaining about the place taking in too many volunteers. Because despite them being here for reasons outside the work itself (work for the dole, and work experience), they were really bored and kind of desperate to work.

One of my comrades tried to start a photos of flipping off cops thread in the local XR facebook discussion group which kicked off some shit. The admin turned off the comments so I made a post calling them a coward and now I'm temporarily blocked.

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So I'm sure you're all familiar with the UN projection of the Earth that puts the Arctic at the center and shows all the land, but let me present to you the inverse of that, the Spilhaus projection, which centers the map on Antarctica and shows the world's ocean as the single, continuous mass of water that it is.

Hey could anyone recommend some good Spanish language anarchist podcasts?

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> The hardest things to say are
> I was wrong
> I need help
> Worcestershire sauce

I miss the joy of when I learnt that there is an alternative to capitalism, that we could be free.

The latest episode of the workers hour is up. In this one, Feargal and Bill are joined by The Services Union's lead organiser for social and community services workers, Justine Moran. Justine filled us in on the campaign to get portable long service leave, as well as some of the issues confronting social and community service workers in the industry.

Hey people whose strike hasn't started yet, remember to wear a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, and bring plenty of water.

I'm at the climate strike in Meanjin and there is a worrying amount of people not wearing hats. Also, there are so many people that the front of the march reached the end before the end of it left the start. Here is Victoria bridge filled with people.

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