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Welcome back to another weekly podcast of The Rebel Beat! March 15th is the International Day Against Police Brutality, and to warm everyone up for the occasion, we’ve got Frank from Submedia.TV back in studio this week to fan the flames of resistance against the coppers.
In Montreal, this will be the 20th year in a row that peeps will be taking to the streets to fight back against the daily violence that so many face at the hands of the pigs. To celebrate this resistance, we’ve got 2 hours of music here that loudly proclaims we’re still not lovin’ police. Never have, never will.
We also discussed the recently slain Honduran Indigenous-rights activist Berta Caceres, and her comrade Gustavo Castro, who now also fears for his life at the hands of the Honduran state. Police violence, paramilitary violence, and state repression are all part of the same beasts, and while we denounce police actions in our own communities, it’s also important to extend our solidarity with communities under the gun around the world.
And most importantly, get out there in the streets on March 15th! Look for actions happening in your community, or better yet, organize one!
FUCK THE POLICE!
Enjoy this week’s podcast 🙂
Playlist – March 9, 2016
Stevi Stuksis – ACAB
Jam Jarr – Rock a riot
Tyler Martin – Riot
Body Count – Smoked pork
Leftover Crack – One dead cop
MDC – Let’s kill all the cops
The Exploited – I hate cop cars
Regulations – Police car
Solo Banton – Police brutality
Delhi Sultanate & King Zumbi – Riot police
Rage Against the Machine – Fuck the police
Interview with Ajamu Nangwaya
Bambu – ACAB
Ghetto Boys – Crooked officer
The Coup – Pork n’ beef
John Maus – Cop killer
Geoff Berner – Dalloy polizei
Zalman Mlotek & The New Yiddish Chorale – In every street: Hey hey, down with the police!
Revue (The Poet) – Fire here
Frenzal Rhomb – Who’d be a cop
Wingnut Dishwashers Union – Fuck every cop
The Clash – Guns of Brixton