(1) If you're unfamiliar with the School of the Americas, this is one place to start https://www.iheart.com/podcast/105-behind-the-bastards-29236323/episode/part-one-the-deadliest-school-in-71503766/
(2) I've unsub'd from the Behind the Bastards podcast because apparently I'm not far left enough. A pattern I keep finding is that I keep trying to gather information about neoliberalism / socialism / communism, but this podcast (and others) are presented so flippantly / sarcastically that to consume them you have to be deeply embedded, unquestioning in far-left frameworks... (cont'd)
... to enjoy / understand the humor of the speakers. A lot of far-left messaging seems to turn a corner wherein the tone assumes all listeners already come from a mental model of the world that already buckets so many things as obviously bad that they're just punchlines. I need explanations and teachings from history, not the constant assumption that I'm on the same page. Far left or right, I listen to podcasts to understand more, not sing with a choir that I already dis/agree with.
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