The speaker starts off by mentioning a trending term called “Deep woke” and expresses their frustration with its negative portrayal in the media. They also discuss their own role in promoting their brand and engaging with social media platforms. The speaker then reflects on the lack of understanding of basic political theory and the history of the left by some individuals, particularly in relation to free speech and censorship. They feel the need to define what the left stands for in an entertaining manner. The speaker reaches a breaking point when they witness the misuse of the term “Deep woke” and the damage caused by bad faith culture wars. They question the wisdom of allying with those who hold the left in contempt, and imply that they will provide education on the history of the left. They emphasize that the left is not about being nice or polite, and reference the idea of using peaceful protest and economic power against the ruling class. The speaker concludes by stating that throughout history, the left has not achieved its goals by asking politely, but through engaging in acts of resistance and fighting for justice.
The speaker launches into a discussion about the importance of understanding the vulgar working class and critiques the constant ridiculing of leftist movements. They raise the issue of corporate media profiting from controversial content and the need for independent media platforms aligned with leftist values. The speaker argues that being on the left does not equate to being nice and pleasant, and references historical moments when polite requests for change were ineffective. They clarify that they are not advocating for violence, but rather encourage non-violent resistance and the leverage of economic power through collective action. The speaker then introduces Pierre Bourdieu’s theory on taste and the perpetuation of the vulgar working class narrative throughout history, hinting at its relevance to the current context. However, the transcript ends abruptly, leaving further elaboration of this topic unfinished.