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We are joined by the guys behind The Empire Never Ended podcast to discuss the Order of the Nine Angles.We cover how real the O9A actually is, the weird history of it's founder, David Myatt, what satanism provides to nazi scenes, the efficacy and ethics of proscription and more!https://www.patreon.com/tenepodYou can now get our first book here: htt…
 
Sam and Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen talk about Mikkel's new book on 'Late Capitalist Fascism'. What do Guy Debord and George Jackson have to tell us about the fascists we face today? What kinds of capitalist decomposition are giving rise to fascism?Get the book here: https://www.politybooks.com/bookdetail?book_slug=late-capitalist-fascism--9781509547432…
 
We are joined by Allan Jones of anti-fascist research group Red Flare to discuss new kids on the far right block, Patriotic Alternative. We discuss the the weird history of their leader Mark Collett, how PA dance around their nasty politics, the shift from civic to ethno nationalism on the UK far right, and much more!Buy our new book, its good: htt…
 
We talk to Jock Palfreeman, anti-fascist and prisoner solidarity organiser about his case and his work inside Bulgarian prisons. We discuss how far-right parties control the prisons, the history of anti-Roma violence, and the wider Bulgarian far right.Support Jock: https://www.patreon.com/jockpalfreemanhttps://www.paypal.me/jockpalfreemanYou can bu…
 
This week we are joined by Joe Mulhall, director of research at Hope not Hate, to discuss the intricies of anti-fascist research, Hope not hate's relationship to the wider anti-fascist movement, the nature of the global far right, the ethics of calling for prosciption of nazi groups and more! We also discuss his latest book, Drums in the Distance: …
 
Ewa Majewska is an author and feminist theorist whose most recent book Feminist Antifascism is out now from Verso. https://www.versobooks.com/books/3820-feminist-antifascismEwa talks to Sam about resistance, counterpublics, and why feminism must be at the core of anti-fascism.You can get our book from Dog Section Press here: https://dogsection.bigc…
 
We are joined by Mike Makin-Waite, Burnley council officer responsible for race relations in the aftermath of the so-called Burnley 'race riots' in 2001 when the BNP gained council seats for the first time since 1993. We discuss the causes and context of the disturbances in 2001, how the BNP was able to capitalise on white resentment for electoral …
 
We are joined by Cam Smith and Andy Fleming, writers, researchers, actvists and hosts of the podcast Yeah Nah Pasaran, to disscus the far right and fascism in so called Australia. We discuss the strange connections to US evangelicalism, the recent expose of the National Socialist Network, the historical context of the far right in Australia, it's p…
 
We are joined by author Dave Renton to discuss his latest book, No Free Speech for Fascists: Exploring 'No Platform' in History, Law and Politics.We discuss the development of free speech in relation to the left, talk about how why 'no platform' developed as a tactic, why its good to stop fascist speech, and more!You can get Dave's book here via Ro…
 
In the wake of the tragic shootings in Plymouth we are joined by a returning guest Annie Kelly to discuss her research into digital anti-feminism.We talk about the context and history of anti-feminism online, the dangers of labelling incels as terrorists, the nature of contemporary misogyny and more.…
 
In this episode we are joined by Zosia of human rights monitoring group Channel Rescue for an update on their work, the wider context of far right activism on migrant crossings, the recent antics of Nigel Farage and more! We are organising a workshop for the upcoming anti-university festival. Check it out on the programme and see what else is on he…
 
We are joined by author and activist Shane Burley to discuss his new book Why We Fight: Essays on Fascism, Resistance, and Surviving the Apocalypse. We discuss the how to define fascism in the contemporary moment, finding hope in the face apocalypse, the career of far right activist Andy Ngo and the very racist history of Portland Oregon.You can or…
 
Sam and Blair discuss all things far-right ecology, building on Blair's invaluable work in the field.Blair Taylor is the director of programmes at the Institute for Social Ecology. https://social-ecology.org/wp/We discuss Blair's chapter in this book: https://www.routledge.com/The-Far-Right-and-the-Environment-Politics-Discourse-and-Communication/F…
 
This episode is a special collaboration episode with our Channel Zero network partners in crime, Coffee with Comrades. We talk to Pearson from CwC to discuss the current iterations of reactionary politics, unpack the fascist imaginary, discuss ways to cope with the horrors of staring into the abyssal ugliness of far-right politics, and take some ti…
 
In this episode we talk about feelings, not our own feelings but fascist ones. We ask what kind of feelings drive the far right online, how do they contribute to process of radicalisation and is radicalisation a good framing anyway? We also discuss fascism's relationship to compulsive consumption, specifically porn and indulge a tiny bit of far lef…
 
Alex and Sam talk with two members of the Zetkin Collective, Andreas Malm and Lise Benoist about their new book, White Skin Black Fuel. We discuss Rassemblement national's ecological turn in France, how far right acceptance of the climate crisis is just denial in another form, the attachement of the far right to blocks of capital and the political …
 
In this bonus episode we get our shill on and let you know about our first ever book, pre-orders for which are now open via Dog Section Press.Next Sam reads a section over the book from the chapter The Street, where we discuss how the far right mobilises in the IRL world, with reference to Tommy Robinson and Charlottesville.Pre-order the book here:…
 
Sam goes through the history of Nazi ecologism with its most prominent historians: Peter Staudenmaier.Peter Staudenmaier is Associate Professor of History. His work centers on Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, environmental history, and the history of racial thought.Read more from Peter on fascist ecology here: https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/ja…
 
12 Rules for WHAT sit down with Joshua Citarella to discuss his research into online radicalisation, the far right's own personal hamster wheels, and the question of the final meme of all.https://www.patreon.com/joshuacitarella/posts12 Rules For WHAT
 
We talk to QAnon researcher Annie Kelly about how QAnon has developed in the UK. We discuss the strange variances of UK QAnon, the demographics of the anti-lockdown protests, the appeal of #savethechildren framing and ask how we can situate QAnon in a fast changing political landscape. Annie Kelly is a researcher of antifeminist and far right movem…
 
Sam talks to Matthew Remski about his research into conspirituality. Conspirituality combines predominantly masculine conspiracy culture with predominantly feminine new age mysticism into a heady style of politics. Why has QAnon managed to mobilise so many people? Why are there suddenly so many right-wing wellness advocates? And where next now Trum…
 
We are joined by historian, writer and lefty lawyer Dave Renton to go in depth on the policing bill and Tory authoritarianism. We discuss the nature of authoritarianism from the centre, consider why a 'police state' framing is not the way and ask if we might want to appeal to 'libertarian' Tory back bench MPs.We also briefly discuss our reviews of …
 
We talk to three creators of Postcards from Cable street, a new anti-fascist RPG zine, about nerd culture, creating anti-fascist RPGs, and fighting back against reactionary elements in nerd culture. We also run through their favourite sections of the zine! Follow them at @cable_from for more information about the project!…
 
Sam and Alex discuss the new Policing Bill in the UK and what it means for anti-fascism. For more information follow @netpol and visit netpol.orgYou can support this show at https://www.patreon.com/12rulesforwhat where we now have premium episodes going up12 Rules For WHAT
 
Jess Thorne joins us to discuss the life and passing of Stuart Christie, one of the UK's most famous anarchists who is perhaps best known for participating in a plot to assasinate Franco in 1964.We also discuss the radical prisoner support group which Christie refounded, the memorial archive and the value of past struggles in informing our politics…
 
Alex talks to Simon from Channel Rescue about the organisation's humanitarian work, the hostile environment, migrant solidarity, far right activism around Napier Barracks and Penally Camp, the psychogeography of Dover and what anti-fascists should be doing!Find out more about Channel Rescue's work here:https://channelrescue.wordpress.com/…
 
We talk to author and activist Spencer Sunshine to discuss his latest text 40 Ways to Fight Fascism, the far right after Trump, anti-fascism in the US, the history behind James Mason's SEIGE and more!Read 40 Ways to Fight Fascism here: https://spencersunshine.com/2020/08/27/fortyways/Find out more about Spencer's work here:https://spencersunshine.c…
 
Samir sits down with author and academic Samir Gandesha for a wide ranging interview about Indigenous struggles against pipelines, the theory of endocolonialism, fascist resentment and more!Samir Gandesha is an Associate Professor in the Department of the Humanities and the Director of the Institute for the Humanities at Simon Fraser University. He…
 
This week we witnessed unprecedented scenes when thousands of of far right Trump supporters, boogoloos and believers in the Qanon conspiracy stormed the US Capitol, supposedly one of the most secure location in the world, in order to halt the certificaiton of electoral college ballots and stop a Biden presidency.We discuss what happened, how we got…
 
Sam sits down with historian Professor Alexandra Minna Stern to discuss her 2019 book Proud Boys and the White Ethnostate, an intellectual history of the core ideas of the alt right. The interview covers a lot of ground and includes a periodisation of the far right, the idea of a white ethnostate, changes and continuities in the category of whitene…
 
For a Christmas episode we sit down with an expert guest for a wide ranging discusion on the far right and the environment. We talk about the long standing far right meme of the invasive specises, the need to be careful with the term 'ecofascism' and the far right's relationship to total climate armageddon! This should be seen as a companion episod…
 
We are joined by Elif from Kurdish Assembly UK and Nik, an internationalist in the Kurdish freedom struggle to discuss the history and continued relevance of Turkish fascism. We talk about the origins of the Turkish state, the interactions of the Kemalist state with fascism and Nazism, the make up of the contemporary far right in Turkey and the 201…
 
A special episode for the London Anarchist Bookfair 2020!We discuss our first book, coming out soon with Dog Section Press and talk about other stuff like anti-fascist research, far right influencers and more!12 Rules For WHAT
 
In which we take a break from our writing to talk about the topic on everyone's minds at the moment, the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic - and how fascists are responding to it. We discuss the coronavirus pandemic as a form of environmental crisis, assess the far right response in its authoritarian and conspiritoiral aspects and touch on how th…
 
In mid January the latest of many US fascist paramilitary groups were thrust into the mainstream when a group of three men from the neo nazi organisation The Base, were arrested by the FBI on their way to a VIrginia gun rights rally on gun charges. We give a a run down about The Base and how they organise online in a manner typical of contemporary …
 
For this episode of 12 Rules for WHAT Alex headed to Reading to interview Reading Red Corner, a red gym, martial arts club and solidarity project. The right wing government of Boris Johnson gives space to new far right and fascist movements. To meet this potential threat the left needs to build a base that encompasses community self defence and sol…
 
The UK election has come and gone and left us with the Conservatives in power with a massive majority for at least the next five years. There are a lot of podcasts out there dissecting the election result, and we are not here to do that. Instead we will talk about how the far right did in the election, discussed how they will fare in the next five …
 
It might be difficult to imagine fascists had any pull in post WW2 Britain. Yet, when Jewish ex-servicemen returned home they found fascist activity springing up all over London, and especially in the East End. Some of those ex servicemen decided to do something about it. Joining with other Londoners - Jews, gentiles, men and women - they built a s…
 
12 Rules for WHAT has written an afterword to The Trouble with National Action, a new book by Mark Hayes out from Freedom Press. National Action was proscribed by the UK government in December 2016. We discuss the meaning of proscription, its effects on the National Action and the extreme right in the UK, and put the proscription into the history o…
 
We talk with Dave Renton, author of The New Authoritarians, about his theory of convergence on the right. Blurb for the book: All across the world, right-wing politics is shifting, with conservative and hard-right proponents allying. From Donald Trump to Marine Le Pen, these figureheads agree on issues that would have been considered extreme to pre…
 
The 3rd and the 24th August 2019 saw the return of the Free Tommy movement to London - much bedraggled, smaller than before, and with anti-fascists turning out to stop them.In this episode, we sit down with organisers from the London Anti-fascist Assembly and Feminist Anti-fascist Assembly to discuss the two demonstrations, the antifascist response…
 
We return for part 2 of our investigation into ecofascism. Ecofascism exists at the moment as a collection of memes and disperate thoughts, but it had the potential to be an important part of the future far right. We discuss how to fight it, and how we can build and ecoantifascism12 Rules For WHAT
 
As Tommy Robinson was sent to prison for the second time for commiting contempt of court he wore a shirt enblazoned with the words 'Convicted of Journalism'. His career as a fake journalist fits into a wider trend of far right and fascist propagandists taking on the mantle of journalist to provide cover for their hateful politics.We are joined by a…
 
What are the basic emotions that the far right draws on? How does the internet produce Nazis? What happened to the cat memes? We talk to Emerican Johnson of the youtube channel Non-compete to find out.In this episode, we discuss online radicalisation, and the pewdiepipeline - Emerican Johnson's framework for thinking about the way people are drawn …
 
At the end of June the 'western chauvinist' far right fraternity the Proud Boys, demonstrated in Portland and antifascists mobilised to oppse them. Andy Ngo, a 'journalist' who has consistently sided with the far right, was milkshaked by antifascists. We clear up some of the disinformation surrounding the events, talk about their wider significance…
 
Ecofascism is an essential part of how the far right is going to change over the next few decades. It's the cynical belief that the coming climate breakdown can be used by the far right to harden borders, further police migration, and blame non-white people. It rests on dodgy science, bad arguments, and racial hatred. It needs to be urgently confro…
 
The Brexit Party are the breakout party of the European elections. Unlike rival upstarts Change UK, Farage's ragtag grouping surged to first place and are set to agitate for Brexit within the European Parliament. We discuss the Brexit Party's prospects going forward, and examine how Farage's old party, UKIP, have fared after a dismal showing in the…
 
Mark Bray is a political organizer and historian of human rights, terrorism, and political radicalism in Modern Europe. He's also the author of the excellent 'Antifa' from 2017, and he came into the studio to talk about it and antifascism with us. Also in this episode, we have a discussion about strategic antifascism, the London Anti-Fascist Assemb…
 
The National Front was the most prominent group on the UK far right in the 1970s. We discuss their history and politics through the 70s and chart their transformations, from their rejection of street politics to their later marches, and from their initial uneasy coalition of far-right forces to their ultimate implosion. How did anti-fascist action …
 
National Action was one of the most extreme groups on the far right before they were banned in 2016. One of their members recently came to prominence for have plotted to kill his MP and a police officer investigating him for grooming young boys for sex in an act of 'White Jihad' . Their combination of obscene stunts, unabashed racism and their full…
 
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