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We're back to our study of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics this episode! This time we're looking at some defining features of a Socialist Society as determined by Marx and Engels. We then take explore how various socialist leaders including Lenin, Stalin, Mao, and Deng constructing these features while considering differences in their societ…
 
I just couldn't help myself... I know we're supposed to be continuing our study of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics, but with shit poppin' off between the Canadian Government and the so-called "Trucker" Convoy, I had to make this episode a deep dive. I mean a DEEEEEP dive, this is a whopper of a 2.5 hour episode covering both the history of t…
 
We're back! After an extended break, I've finally recorded another episode. We're taking a short break from our study of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics and discussing a couple current events: 1. Rising Tension on the Russia/Ukraine Border 2. The Trucker Protests in Canada and their reactionary roots Next week we'll continue our deep dive in…
 
Episode Note: I've been mistakenly referring to Professor Jin as Professor Huiming (first name) for the first several episodes, I've corrected it starting here (thanks to the listener who informed me of the mistake on twitter!) We're back into Professor Jin Huiming's Marxism and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics, continuing our bottom up explo…
 
I told you last episode this was going to be a big one, so big in fact it took me a week longer than anticipated to put it together. In this episode I continue our reading of Chapter 2 of Professor Jin Huiming's text Marxism and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics, and our analysis of the concept of a historical Epoch. We delve further into this…
 
What is an epoch? What drives the transition between them? In this this episode I continue our analysis of Marxism and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics by Professor Jin Huiming and delve into Chapter 2. We look at Marx and Engels early views of developmental stages of human society and how it formed into a scientific understanding of human ep…
 
This week we finish Chapter 1 of Marxism and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics by Prof. Jin Huiming. We examine "The Basic Tenets and Scientific System of Marxism", and the Professor provides us with a bunch of very useful, easy-to-study lists of the basic tenets and key features of Marxism and a brief overview of Socialism with Chinese Charac…
 
The first episode of Season 2 is here! Starting this season I am analyzing the text Marxism and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics by Professor Jin Huiming. In this first episode we go through and discuss the key ideas from sections 1.1-1.2, focusing on the emergence of Marxism as an ideology and it's construction into the ideological weapon of…
 
We're back! Don't get too excited, this isn't a full episode, but it is the teaser and introduction for Season 2 of This Podcast is Propaganda. In Season 2 I'm going to be taking a deep dive into the Actually Existing Socialism (AES) occurring in China under the CPC's program of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics. Over the upcoming episodes of …
 
Back again with the final part of our multi-episode series on reactionary Evangelical Christianity in the U.S. In this episode, I finish analyzing the essay "The Integration of Theory and Action", the revolutionary call to action published by Eric Heubeck, in an effort to organize a quasi-Leninist socially conservative movement to seize control of …
 
In this episode I analyze "The Integration of Theory and Practice: A Program for the New Traditionalist Movement" by Eric Heubeck, a "lost" essay written by the protege of a man some called the "Lenin of social conservatism", written in 2001 and seemingly wiped from the internet in 2006. I managed to track down a copy and analyze it to better under…
 
This is the second part of our multi-part series on the reactionary forces of American Evangelical Christianity. I discuss how some Evangelical leaders utilized and internalized racist, sexist, homophobic, and anticommunist narratives on their path to power. I also examine how the Evangelical movement allied with American capital, and utilized capi…
 
We're finally back! In the first of our several part series on the reactionary force of American Evangelical Christianity, I take a look at Kristin Kobes Du Mez's book, Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation. We trace the development of Fundamentalist Protestantism into Modernist and Fundamentalist mov…
 
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