Just a flyer about Consent! Put up everywhere, especially in yer bedroom.
How are the dead harnessed for the authority of the modern state? read more »
Full copy and Print-ready open office format of "Mayan Astrology: A Compilation of Oral Traditions"
Description of Glyphs, Nawals and Numbers used by Quiche Maya people with charts to find the energy of your day of birth.
the Gadfly is a new collectively run student publication in Middlebury, VT. We were created to fill the void in radical discourse on the Middlebury Campus, which is a sea of politically correct, pro-capitalist, and pro-Democrats ideology. We are just getting started and hope to increase our presence as well as increase knowledge of radical thought on the campus. read more »
Letters/notes to people in the world. At the very end of 2010 / beginning of 2011...trying to process a lot of things, mostly related to current and past relationships...ended up sitting down and writing the following letters / notes to people
We are Esoparthe. Five people pushing their minds through music, storytelling and art. Here is a zine we self-published in 2010.
Manifesto written by the youth of Gaza.
Saga is a free, DIY, universal/generic roleplaying engine, written by an anarchist for anarchist roleplayers and nerds. It isn't explicitly political, but it is free in the spirit of gift-economics and anti-capitalism. read more »
Don't vote... Revolt! then cut these stickers out and recognize each other for not legitimizing an oppressive majority rules system.
Today monumental challenges face the Kurdish anti-colonialist movement. While one can see it tottering the historical moment is as crucial as it will ever be. Which demands should be made both internally and externally? This article tries to open up to a debate on the movement's indecision and unwillingness to learn from previous related struggles.
This pamphlet briefly but thoroughly debunks astrology's supposed scientific basis and takes a close look at why anyone would believe in such patent nonsense.
"...recognizing that we’ll never all agree on anything, and this is good, I want to argue nonetheless that a needed common ground is an understanding and embrace of social war. I’m afraid that those who speak of oppression without acknowledging the war we are a part of, not as metaphor but as a real and current practice, will only succeed in turning a battlefield into a garden, decorating this cemetery of a society with flowers and accessibility ramps. read more »
A collection of inspirational quotes from the good book, ha ha.