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Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts address fan-suggested topics. The two talk about colonialism, 1984, A Brave New World, black nationalism, and much more.

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• Category: History, Ideology • Tags: 1984, Blacks, Colonialism 
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  1. R.C. says:

    Well, how the hell would one ‘make a call’ without a telephone #?
    R.C.

  2. TTSSYF says:

    Great podcast! It’s nice to have a new duo to supplement podcasts by Jared and PK.

  3. Tom Verso says:

    At about 22:50 on the tape, Greg, in the introduction to his comments on Colonialism, references Orwell and the need to “be precise in the use of language.

    Then wildly missuses the word/concept “Colonialism”.

    He says:

    “… the first anti-colonial revolution in modern history that succeeded was the
    American Revolution”.

    This is a totally imprecise and equivocal use of the word ‘Colonialism”

    Specifically, the contemporary use of the word denotes European people who conquered/colonized non-European indigenous people in their indigenous homeland; as in British in Africa and India.

    The American Revolution was a separatist revolution of Colonizers (i.e. British people) revolting against their own colonizing British State.

    The revolutionaries (John Adams et al) were not indigenous non-Europeans who had been conquered by the British.

    It is identical to the American Civil War. One would not say the South revolted against its colonizers. Rather, they wanted to separate from their own Nation State.

    Southerners wanted to go their own way as they did when they fougnt to separate from the British State of which they had be a part.

  4. Please do an episode on Patrick Buchanan.

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