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April 1919. Tanks on the streets of Limerick. Workers on strike. A soviet declared. The workers control prices and produce food. They even have their own police force and money. Listen to this amazing true story of popular revolt, betrayal, and a city that defied an empire. Hosted by Cian Prendiville & Aprille Scully. Cian and Aprille are socialist activists in Limerick, and members of Solidarity and the Socialist Party. A former city councillor, Cian lead the anti-water charges movement in ...
 
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On today's episode, we discuss "On Brothers and Sisters, Victims and Executioners...and the Electorate". If you wish to join in on our charity effort, pleas visit https://revelatornetwork.com/subscribe If you would like to support the show, snag the book FOR FREE on Audible by signing up using https://audibletrial.com/kds. Buy the book on Amazon: h…
 
In this first episode, we look at Belarus, which has been in the headlines since August 2020, when rigged elections led to mass protests against the rule of the “last dictator in Europe”, Alyaksandr Lukashenka. MA students at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), Alex Figurski and James Bolton-Jones, discuss Belarusian cultu…
 
On today's episode, we discuss "On the Beauty of Dictatorship and Mystery of Butterflies Crushed Against the Pavement". If you would like to support the show, snag the book FOR FREE on Audible by signing up using https://audibletrial.com/kds. Buy the book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Mg4Xqf Contact: iamtheprogressivist@gmail.com Find Kyle's other pr…
 
*Scheduling note: I'm going to try releasing these episodes on Wednesdays. I hope this will give me a bit more time to work on the edits before releasing the show. Thank you for understanding! On today's episode, we continue, "On the Beauty of Dictatorship and Mystery of Butterflies Crushed Against the Pavement". This appeared as chapter 9 & 10 in …
 
Join us for our first interview on the podcast with Gianluca of Soviet Tours. Gianluca tells us about the destinations offered, a great destination for first-time travelers, and we discuss ethical tourism. Soviet Tours Links: https://www.soviettours.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Soviet-Tours-133343840465617 https://twitter.com/Soviet_Tours https://…
 
On today's episode, we look at On Everything & 10 Stories in a Red Interior: On the Beauty of Dictatorship and Mystery of Butterflies Crushed Against the Pavement. This is chapter 7 & 8 on Audible. Please checkout our Facebook group to find pictures of the book's table of contents. If you would like to support the show, snag the book FOR FREE on Au…
 
On today's episode, we discuss "How stuff became as much as words and ideas" and "On how we grew up among victims and executioners". Chapter 5 and 6 in via Audible. If you would like to support the show, snag the book FOR FREE on Audible by signing up using https://audibletrial.com/kds. Buy the book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Mg4Xqf Contact: iamth…
 
On today's episode, we discuss "On how we fell in and then out of love with Gorby" and "On Falling in love with Tanks outside your Window". Both of these appear as Chapter 4 via Audible. If you would like to support the show, snag the book FOR FREE on Audible by signing up using https://audibletrial.com/kds. Buy the book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/…
 
On today's episode, we discuss the opener of Svetlana Alexievich's Secondhand Time: The Last of the Soviets. If you would like to support the show, snag the book FOR FREE on Audible by signing up using https://audibletrial.com/kds Contact: iamtheprogressivist@gmail.com https://chaosandshadow.com/kyle --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kyle…
 
In this opener we set the tone for the series: education, improvement, and vision. This series will be an academic approach to communist stories - primarily ones that use firsthand accounts as they not only tell a better story. First hand accounts also avoid some of the western bias that tends to get conflated with fact when discussing such an "inf…
 
Bottom Dog host Cian was interviewed on the Left Inside podcast this week, about a recent article he wrote in which he argues Covid-19 will be an era-defining moment. He discusses the long-term impacts and that article's call for the socialist left to rally around the call for a left government, with socialist policies and what such a government wo…
 
During the Covid-19 crisis I’ve been working with a group of other left and socialist activists in Ireland to produce a new podcast, Left Inside which offers a weekly critical look at news, politics and culture from the left. It’s a relaxed and funny panel discussion, including socialist member of the Irish parliament Paul Murphy. This week we have…
 
During the Covid-19 crisis I’ve been working with a group of other left and socialist activists in Ireland to produce a new podcast, Left Inside which offers a weekly critical look at news, politics and culture from the left. It’s a relaxed and funny panel discussion, including socialist member of the Irish parliament Paul Murphy. Anyway, I thought…
 
In this season finale we look at the lessons from the Limerick Soviet for today, what can we learn from how unions organised low paid and precarious workers rapidly, how left and socialist ideas became commonplace, but also why the struggle did not produce the revolution dreamt of and lessons for those who want to make change today. To find out mor…
 
In this episode we consider other similar revolts across Ireland at the time, including the forgotten story of ‘Take Back the City’-style housing occupations movement in Limerick in 1922, the alternative vision of a workers republic that inspired so many and how that path was shut off. Voices, in order, are: Aprille Scully (podcast co-host), Cian P…
 
In this episode we investigate the battles inside the Soviet, and in the trade unions and labour movement nationally, leading up to the ultimate betrayal of the revolution Voices, in order, are: Darren Maher (local actor) Aprille Scully (podcast co-host), Cian Prendiville (podcast host), Dominic Haugh (historian and member of the Socialist Party), …
 
This episode look at how the Soviet ran the city, produced food, printed money, set up their own police force and even brought down the price of milk. Voices, in order, are: Aprille Scully (podcast co-host), Cian Prendiville (podcast host), Mike Finn (playwright of 'Bread Not Profits' play), and Liam Cahill (author of 'Forgotten revolution) Song at…
 
This episode covers the rapid growth of radical trade unionism and socialism in Limerick leading up to 1919, the opposition and resistance to the British occupation, the untold story of the role of women workers in the soviet and what lead to the decision to call the strike . You can see the referenced photo of the mustachioed men of the Limerick C…
 
This episode is a small preview of things to come. Starting on April 6th, this podcast will bring you the story of the Limerick Soviet of 1919 over five weekly episodes, every Saturday. The podcast name pays homage to 'The Bottom Dog' - Limerick's first ever workers' newspaper. It was launched in October 1917 as a socialist paper pledging to fight …
 
In this episode we will be discussing our new 3 signings, the games we played while we didn't do the pod, and about the best manager in Premier League ARSENE WENGER, about his influence to such a thin squad which didn't lost 18 out of 20 ? ???? ??????? ?? ????? ???????? ? ????? ???? ????? ???????, ?? ????? ??????? ?? ??????? ????? ?? ?? ???????? ? …
 
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