Global Capitalism as Outgrowth of the Old Testament Mandate of Dominion, Micro-sode #39 #HeliumRadio
What’s up Radiant Barbarian Love Doves!
Another lil micro-sode comin’ at ya, where I share some recent thoughts around the colonial devastation wrought in the name of Old Testament barbarism and organized evangelical Christianity, which in my opinion is patently blasphemous against the ideas of the actual Gospel.
I also reminisce about what it was like living through a hurricane and a lava flow on the Big Island and how the experience informs my reaction to and vibes around this current evolving situation with the pandemic.
Also: Expropriate the Vatican, redistribute the stolen wealth back to the global Southern Hemispheric proletariat, demote priests to physical grunt workers in food bank warehouses, throw the pedophiles into volcanoes, elevate the nuns to principal administrators of the Catholic Church, and Wham, Bam, thank you Ma’am. Problem Solved.
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TRACK LIST FOR THIS EPISODE:
Rebel Diaz – Work Like Chavez
Audry Funk – No Me Representes
Lowkey – Children of Diaspora
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