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The Ex-Worker

By CrimethInc. Ex-Workers’ Collective

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Description

Welcome to the Ex-Worker: an audio strike against a monotone world! This twice-monthly podcast explores a wide range of anarchist ideas and action. In each episode, we take an in-depth look at a different topic, introducing various manifestations of the struggle for liberation, and round it off with news, reviews, profiles of current anarchist projects, upcoming events, and more. If you're curious about anarchist visions of freedom—or if you dream of a world off the clock—tune in!

Customer Reviews

--Gets better with each new episode

Potential listeners don't feel let down by some insular content, awkward delivery or dry feel in the first couple of episodes--they quickly improve with each new episode becoming more dynamic, engaging, thoughtful, mature and accessible even to unfamiliar listeners.

Full of hard-hitting, no compromise anti-capitalist and anarchist thought, review and discussion aimed to show you that the world we want IS possible and what projects, activists and media are out there right now fighting to bring it closer.

If I can ask for anything, it's too just keep up the great momentum and include more pieces and information aimed at combating skeptical arguments against our philosophies and practices from the mainstream public and professionals as well as practical advice on things we can all do and take part in to push the movement forward where we all want it to go.

Another great project from our comrades in CrimethInc.

Awesome! Radical! Engaging!

I'm really glad this podcast is out there. Every so often I try to find something about anarchism in the podcast world and it's extremely limited. Not many anarchists are willing to engage with this type of media, and fewer are willing to take the risk of producing something like this. Thanks!

This podcast is fun to listen to, contains great content, and I've also really appreciated the interviews. I know it's just getting started–so I'm glad to be around to hear the ways it grows and improves over time.

See you in the streets ;)
Rye 'n Clover

A podcast that's more fun than giving yourself rugburn!

The Ex-Worker is a vibrant, self-critical, articulate, as well as celebratory incursion into my day or week, or life. I appreciate the mathematically precise use of the words ‘the’ and ‘and’ in many of the episodes. I’m sure this keeps various demographic groups in useful relationships with one another through spatio-linguistic and sexual-aquatic lines of connection, and especially helps include any groups wearing funny hats. I know they claim that the podcast is created outside of our reality, beyond a spiritually activated trans-dimensional gateway buried somewhere in Sean Hannity’s crotch. But I take it as just fun - we all know that rumor was created by the U.S. Government in their push to appoint Hannity as first U.S. Ambassador to the Sun. Send him there quick guys, with materials to build an embassy and lots of American flags, or the Soviets might beat us there! And then they’ll own the Sun! This one time I put a billiard ball in my mouth, and I thought I was never going to be able to get it out again; it was one of the scariest times of my life. Oh, and the interviews in the podcast really help to build awareness of the array of things going on around the world! They interview people, hyper-intelligent species of fungi, inanimate objects like flags and Obama, they even did a special on “thin air” one time, I believe – it was hidden in there, but I think I pieced it together. Whatever you do, don’t stop watching for clues, or you might wind up being the one with a pocket full of de-contained mustard. Thanks for connecting so many groups and individuals in an amazing tapestry of causes and conditions – at least I don’t feel insane and alone anymore…

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