An activity and coloring book designed to inform children and adults about the Russian nihilists of the 1860s. It asks questions like "what kind of monster would you choose to be?" and "what path would you travel to a better world?," and ends with the triumphant image of the destruction of everything we know.
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Peppered with surrealist images, references to crisis, market analysis, and pop culture, and integrating mathematical principles, this zine is wide-ranging and carefully thought out. It always provides plenty of food for thought, however much one agrees or disagrees with its conclusions.
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A new journal of fiction and poetry by, for, and about anarchists.
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This edition of this irregularly released zine continues its tradition of exuberance (charming despite its propensity to some theoretical inconsistencies), report backs on state surveillance, the lesser known stories behind headline-grabbers (like the wikileaks situation), cyberattacks (frequently starring the inimitable Anonymous), excerpts from interviews with some of the folks in Anonymous, and so on.
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Cryptology for the Militant Activist San Francisco Community TV ColoProject Crabgrass:Social Networking for the Rest of Us! Full Disk Encryption Attacks Hacking Freight Trains part 2 All Your FaceBook are Belong to Us! If these titles pique your fancy, then you should check out this sporadically produced, but always zingy little zine, combining (at its best) information on how to access useful information on the products and people that increasingly dominate our lives.
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Ever had the day dream of what could happen if a bunch of computer-savvy rebels got together and got serious?
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The Fall 2009 issue of this hacker's delight sports information on theory and application.
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This pamphlet is the first in a series of trial statements collections, an effort to contribute to fully realizing the potential of ating offensively against the world.
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The Anarchist as Outlaw
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My Own is a publication of anarchist, egoist, individualist ideas, literature and analysis coming from an explicitly anti-capitalist, non-market egoist perspective aimed at encouraging the interweaving of individual insurrections against all forms of authority, domination and enforcement of conformity.
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My Own is a publication of anarchist, egoist, individualist ideas, literature and analysis coming from an explicitly anti-capitalist, non-market egoist perspective aimed at encouraging the interweaving of individual insurrections against all forms of authority, domination and enforcement of conformity
My Own is a provocation. I assume that's obvious to anyone who's read it... I want to provoke thought about the ideas expressed here. But since I don't have a gospel to spread, I also want to provoke discomfort among those who don't want to think and challenge their own sacred ideas. I'd rather drive such dullards away since they have nothing to offer me. This is why I play with words in a way that challenges even some of my own assumptions... So My Own is a game, a challenge, a wager. I am gambling that in this way, I will find the accomplices I desire.
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#13 includes a friendly ribbing of nihilism in “Too Much of Nothing?", the seventh part of “Letters I Did Not Write", an excerpt from the second issue of Bædan, the “Penrage" of the Duchess, a delightful boast from Mary MacLane, reviews of books that relate in different ways (in the reviewer's head) to the refusal of work, and Ichabod Heranow ranting from the backwoods about signs, sheriff gangs and councils. There are also a few poems and short rants.
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the ongoing egoist journal from apio ludd
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This issue has "In My Own Words", on language, a reprint of a short story by the alter ego of Salomo Friedlander (a big influence on DaDa); a poem called "Hyperdimensional Hobo"; "Sentimentality and Generalized Friendliness" on relationships and friendship, and book reviews on The Superhumans and other stories and The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains, among other things.
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This issue includes “Nameless: An Egoist Critique of Identity," more on language in “Tellin' Lies," “Fragment: The She-Wolf" by L., writings by Renzo Novatore and Jason Rodgers, reviews of Individualist Anarchism//Revolutionary Sexualism by Emile Armand and Bædan: Journal of Queer Nihilism, and other writings..
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This issue includes “I Ain't Got No Class!," the first part of “Letters I Did Not Write" by Tameka Careen, pieces by Harry Goni (Enrico Arrigoni) and Renzo Novatore and Elwin Fai, poetry by Jason Rodgers, reviews, and other writings.
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“Egoism: from the Refusal of Debt to the Association of Egoists," the first part of “Nobody Owes No One Nothing: Amoral Egoism as an Anarchist Outlaw Ethic"; part 2 of “Letters I Did Not Write" by Tameka Careen; “Expropriation" by Erinne Vivani; “Biblical Bulldozers" by Outlaw Hoss; excerpts from “Lewis Carroll: Boojum Triumphant" by Benjamin De Casseres; poetry and humor; and reviews of Whitherburo and Chronotope.
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This issue includes "Amoral Ethics and Principles?", the second part of "Nobody Owes No One Nothing! Amoral Egoism as an Anarchist Outlaw Ethic"; the third part of Tameka Careen's "Letters I Did Not Write"; "Pious Atheists"; an egoist look at "Intimacies"; reviews of literature dealing with utopias and what Samuel Delany called "heterotopias"; Ma Stirner on "Grisettes and Graying Virgins"; a bit of poetry, fiction and attempts at humor...
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This issue of the surrealist zine out of Denman Island has Ron Sakolsky, Penelope Rosemont, Paul Garon, Gale Ahrens, Beth Garon, and Max Cafard exploring terms (primarily "freedom), Peter Lamborn Wilson's Old Calendrist, Bob Sarti on Be-Ins of the 60s, Larry Gambone briefly reviewing Seize the Time (a photography book) and Gumboot Girls, and a review of Enemies of Society.http://littleblackcart.com/Scratching-The-Tiger-s-...
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You can watch people align themselves When trouble is in the air. Some prefer to be close to those At the top and others want to be Close to those at the bottom. It's a question of who frightens them More and whom they want to be like.
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Eighth edition of the first egoist newspaper!
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A pamphlet on why accountability(tm) is not helpful.
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Oystercatcher is the zine of Ron Sakolsky (Creating Anarchy, Gone to Croatan, Sounding Off!). It's an annual publication coming out of Denman Island, Canada.
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The 2012 issue of this surrealist, anarchist annual produced out of anti-authoritarian haven Denman Island, BC.
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A magazine for the learning and use of skills for the protection of our peoples - this issue has report backs about Six Nations, a call to resist the assimilation of first nations, a piece on neocolonialism, and one on violence against indigenous women and children, explained as a legacy of colonialism and apartheid.
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