Author: subversion1312

The Age of Democracy

Antimídia and Facção Fictícia present “The Age of Democracy,” a video and an article designed to stimulate debate on the origins of democratic voting, its limits and proposals for overcoming it and building a truly egalitarian and free world – a world where many worlds fit!

Eco Radio Ulrike Meinhof Quote

Eco Radio Subversion

The sedition was actually produced for the 4ZZZ program Eco Radio. Well it’s been a while since I’ve uploaded a podcast. I’ve been taking a break partly due to the craziness in the world...

What is PUB Fred Negro

What is PUB? Andrew Leavold Explains

No-one in Australia can go to a pub right now but filmmaker Andrew Leavold is still hell bent on making a film called PUB. The film which is in production is about St Kilda...

The Lizards Return @ Arabunna Country

The Lizards Return

This show is a banger! We have an interview with Izzy Brown about BHP Billiton and their plans for the Olympic Dam uranium mine in South Australia. She also tells us all about The...

Whoopee-do Crew in the studio with Claude Anarchy Dog.

Writing Songs Changing Lives

During this sedition of Subversion #1312 we are joined in the studio by members of Brisbane’s all abilities, all inclusive Whoopee-Do Crew. Tom Smith created the Whoopee-Do Crew and it combines his passion for...

Mutual Aid Disaster Relief Artwork by Ricardo Levins Morales In this piece, people stand up against a tidal wave of environmental destruction. “Environmental justice is our cry of defiance against the onslaught of oppressive toxins and toxic oppressions that threaten to submerge our homes.” The costs of this tidal wave are borne most heavily by the poor, Indigenous people, and people of color. Air, water, and people all need protection. (Yes, this illustration is a spinoff of the famous “Great Wave” print by Japanese artist Hokusai.) #environmentaljustice #justrecovery

Mutual Aid Disaster Relief

This sedition of Subversion #1312 features an interview with Mutual Aid Disaster Relief member Jimmy Dunson.

So-called Australia is feeling the brute force of climate change. When I conducted this interview fires were and had been destroying large parts of the country, now there’s been huge destruction caused by floods.