Empire, Power, and People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 71

The Absurdity of Party Politics

EPPA major Republican party politician recently stated that they had to stop being "the stupid party," and begin operating more in reality. But party politics is intended to obfuscate reality, to co-opt and largely, to distract and entertain through a theatre of the absurd. What is the effect and function of party politics? How does this divide and distract people, and what are the repercussions of participating in party politics?

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  1. Week after week, Andrew, home runs one after another. That I should have been so awake and aware at 26. One added thought to your discussion. It comes from a documentary on Argentina’s seemingly never ending financial crisis: “Treason is one of the most powerful forces in politics.” It just seemed to me that it applied. Thanks.

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