Like It Is… #28: Die Urbane

This week we’re talking to Raphael Hillebrand and Niki Drakos from Die Urbane. Eine HipHop Partei about their party philosophy and what to expect from them this election year. We’re also revisiting election fall-out in Uganda and Myanmar and conflict brewing in Northern Ireland, and reminding you why the AfD isn’t “Germany, but normal.”

Hosted by Diana Arce (she/her), Tina Lee (she/her), and Miriam Aced (she/her) in absentia. Brought to you by Artists Without a Cause, Wählen Gegen Rechts and Migration Voter.


International Roundup

Uganda update

-Hundreds have been arrested and tortured as Musevini desperately clutches to power and tries to crush the opposition, led by Bobby Wine

-CNN sent Clarissa Ward to Myanmar where she raised questions about parachute journalism and white saviorism

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Also: India’s Adani Group gives millions to Myanmar’s military junta:

Northern Ireland - protests, bombings due to Good Friday Agreement Brexit
-Most of the arrests have been of minors, some as young as 13, 88 police officers have been injured

Germany Roundup

-Election donation scandal: read the Correctiv expose :

-New AfD platform for this year’s election somehow moves even further to the right

Their new slogan? “Germany, but normal”

Highlights from their platform include: end to masks and lockdowns, Japanese style immigration policy (that lets virtually no one in), build walls, end family reunification, exit the European Union, end to multiculturalism and recognition of only two genders

Interview w/ Die Urbane

Die Urbane:


Ökozidgesetz supported by Die Urbane..

Maximaler Wohlstand

Tips and Upcoming Stuff

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Playlist (all DMX songs):

-Party Up (Up in Here)

-w/ Swizz Beatz, Been to War

-Ruff Riders Anthem

-What’s My Name

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