Red-brown zombies part 3

For the final entry in our Red-Brown Zombie three-parter, guest Tyler West outlines a history of the far right in Aotearoa/New Zealand, then we conclude with a review of Terminator: Dark Fate. No fate but what we make!

Transcript here.

Timecodes (visible on Spotify and iTunes but not above embedded Anchor player):

  • Recs: 2.00
  • Local Area Network – Tyler West on history of the far right in Aotearoa/New Zealand: 8.20
  • Terminator: Dark Fate review: 45.40


Local Area Network references:

  • Politics of Nostalgia, by Spoonley
  • Revival of the Right, by Jesson, Spoonley & Ryan
  • Nga Patai, ed. by Spoonley
  • Everyone wants to be Fuhrer, by Harcourt
  • Making of a Madman, by Tod
  • The Prickly Pair, by McLean
  • Patched: The History of Gangs in NZ, by Gilbert
  • Refuge NZ + Small Price to Pay + Far from the Promised Land, by Beaglehole
  • Social Credit Inside & Out, by Sheppard
  • The Ice Bloc blog
  • @ComradeBloc on Twitter

Music sampled:

  • Waltz in the Moonlight – Tryad
  • Awaken – Martynas Lau
  • Blueshift – Airglow
  • Search for Destiny + Unknown World – Copyright Free Music
  • Bleepies – Ken MacLeod
  • Where’s My Jetpack – Radio Free Babylon
  • Various – therealtheremin
  • Various – Māori Mormon Choir
  • The X in Xmas – No Xmas for John Key

Video sampled:

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