Scott talks to Ryan Dawson about cancel culture and the latest wave of deplatforming, of which Dawson himself is a victim. Dawson, who spends much of his time fighting against the neoconservative ideology, has come under fire over and over again for the alleged thought crimes of racism and anti-semitism. In reality, of course, Dawson is the furthest thing from a racist, having devoted much of his life to advocating things like police reform and the abolition of the war on drugs. But he has also been staunchly antiwar, and that has helped to earn him some vocal enemies. Scott and Dawson go on to discuss the Marxist roots of Black Lives Matter, the history of slavery, the economies of Africa and skateboarding as a force for social good.
Discussed on the show:
- “SDG&E Worker Fired Over Alleged Racist Gesture Says He Was Cracking Knuckles” (NBC San Diego)
- Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales
- Trick or Treason: The 1980 October Surprise Mystery
- “American Made (2017)” (IMDb)
- Compromised: Clinton, Bush and the CIA
- “Ukraine crisis: Transcript of leaked Nuland-Pyatt call” (BBC News)
- Things Fall Apart
- Skate Palestine
- The Separation of Business and State
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