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February 9, 2019

“Me and You, You and Me…

...lots and lots for you to do... Lots and lots for you to see... lots and lots for you to hear... You and Me , Me and You... Doo Doo, Doo Doo, Doo Doo, DOO DOOOOO" Oh the subliminal message of decency in the seventies...

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Anyway on this third instalment, for the theme based around the Karl Liebknecht quote “The basic law of capitalism is you or I, not both you and I”, (check out part one and two here and here- but there is no pressing need to, they can be listened to out of sync!) we have  - Laura Lundahl, with a hodge-podge of thoughts surrounding the British and American health care systems.  Faud Alakbarov on Sex selective abortions in the South Caucasus and around the world.  Emma from Scottish CND with Update on what is currently happening in our fight against nuclear weapons.  Joe Solo  on'Class Unity: Now or Never.'  David Rovics tells us about his Own Industrial Collapse .

And we’ve got you some tunes to bop along to...

Songs

Dream Nails with their third tune of the week, "Chirps Degree Burns;" the great Joe Solo with "Solidarity;" the infamous Robb Johnson with his amazing, poignant song, "In the Memory & the name of Grenfell Tower;" the incredible, She Makes War and "Devastate Me;" and the essential The Menstrual Cramps with "Boyz Will Be Boyz."

 

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February 6, 2019

Watch Puppies on YouTube…

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Welcome to part two of Ungagged’s podcast based loosely around the Karl Liebknecht.” quote, “The basic law of capitalism is you or I, not both you and I.”

On this episode, Paul Sheridan lead singer of the wakes tells us, “Profit before people, coca cola is it!, The talented Debra Torrance tells us a few Brexit Jokes and Glasgow Councillor, Mhairi Hunter talks about Brexit, the Scottish independence referendum and the equal pay settlement in Glasgow City Council.  With the last exciting instalment of Tales of the Gareloch entitled, Hodder, Superheroes, riots and cleaning up and music from Dreamnails, with their track, Fascism is Coming, The Wakes with The Battle of George square, David Rovics and After the Revolution and Sister Ghost, with Emily.  

 

 

 

Ungagged is a not for profit voluntary collective, and we rely on the generosity of our listeners to help fund our solidarity and grassroots charity campaigns, and meet hosting, equipment and advertising costs. If you love what we do and can spare some change, our collection tin is at PayPal.me/ungaggedleft

 

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"The basic law of capitalism is you or I, not both you and I." Karl Liebknecht.

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"The basic law of capitalism is you or I, not both you and I." Karl Liebknecht."

The first of our new format, shorter, more frequent #podcasts, this one has an international theme. Featuring Red Raiph on Brexit & Burns - Twitter @raiphsays; George Collins on right-wing nationalist movements around the world - Twitter - @GCUngagged; Damanvir Kaur on the continued detention of Scottish activist Jagtar Singh Johal in India - Twitter - @damanvirsidhu & Nathália Toledo Urban on Brazil & the impact of mining companies on indigenous communities - Twitter - @FairyS and the latest "Tales of the Gareloch" - on time for Tuesday's commute!

With music from; Dream Nails, The Charlemagnes, Petrol Girls and Gallo Rojo.

 

 

Ungagged is a not for profit voluntary collective, and we rely on the generosity of our listeners to help fund our solidarity and grassroots charity campaigns, and meet hosting, equipment and advertising costs. If you love what we do and can spare some change, our collection tin is at PayPal.me/ungaggedleft

 
 
 
 
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