The Rebel Beat Podcast 029 – Anarchist Resistance in Rojava, Burning Down the Borders w/ Submedia

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Welcome back to another edition of The Rebel Beat, bringing you class war on the dance floor every week!

On this edition, our monthly collaboration with Submedia.TV is back fuckin’ on! Frank was back at the controls with us to bring us amazing sets of music – we would expect no less from our favourite purveyors of global anarchist revolt and riot porn videos. Plus, we featured an interview with a Turkish anarchist, El Cuchillo, on the situation in Rojava, a liberated Kurdish territory in northern Syria. To see the Submedia video featuring that interview, head on over here.

Rojava is particularly pertinent here, not just because the anarchist-inspired resistance against the war there is fucking badass, but also because Aylan Kurdi, the 3-year old boy who tragically drowned to death in that iconic image, was from the town of Kobani, Rojava. And so we dedicated most of the music on this show to looking at the unfolding refugee crisis (which should really be called a ‘border crisis’).

Thanks for listening.

Playlist – September 9, 2015

Rap News – Immigrants

Asian Dub Foundation – Fortress Europe

Test Their Logik – No one is illegal

Propagandhi – Fuck the border

Brujeria – La migra

MIA – Born free

Various – Back to Arizona

Shining Soul – No mercy

Jasiri X – Checkpoint

Interview with El Cuchillo, a Turkish anarchist, on the situation in Rojava, northern Syria

Tiken Jah Fakoly – Ouvrez les frontieres

KRS-One – Invaders

The Last Internationale – Deportees

Calle 13 – Pal norte

M.A.P. – La chase est ouverte

Manu Chao – Clandestino

Brown Buffalo w/ Stic Man – Corazon

Nomadic Massive – Where I’m from

Rebel Diaz – I’m an alien

Lengualerta – No border/alarma

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One thought on “The Rebel Beat Podcast 029 – Anarchist Resistance in Rojava, Burning Down the Borders w/ Submedia

  1. Pingback: In Rojava we discover our dreams and what is possible. | the struggle itself

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