by Daniel McGowan
Daniel's article, "Exposing 'Little Guantanamo:' Inside the CMU" is now handsomely laid out and available for download in screen-reading or printable booklet form! If you still haven't read it, this is a very important expose and analysis of the ominous and unconstitutional new prison facilities, the Communication Management Units. It contains new information, straight out of the CMU, and it will be a real asset in our efforts to counter the US government's war on dissent and free speech, in and outside of the prison system.
Kleine inhaltsschwache zine...
doch grösstenteils nur publikation von "hirndurchfall"
anleitung wie diese zine gefaltet wird gibts hier:
Poison Pen was a printed zine focusing on urban survival from the viewpoint of two anarcho-squatter punks. read more »
'Funboat diplomacy' is a short satirical fact/fiction about the UK government's latest proposals to counter Internet piracy. This work builds on some of the rumours that were flying around the story.
Format: PDF booklet
Dave Miller (Summer 2009)
Common Action announces the fifth issue of our quarterly newsletter Intersections.
Read about a new free health clinic in Olympia that challenges the
top-down approach to fixing health care. Also in this issue,
reflections on the anti-globalization movement, a review of a certain
British wizard, and notes on the increasing criminalization of sex
This issue's contents include: read more »
this is the first issue of ’til it breaks, a denver anarchist periodical.
Using an anarchist theoretical framework, it is argued that the working class would obtain greater gains through militant direct action modeled on the labor movement of the past. The history of the 8-hour workday is reviewed as a case study showing that it was won because of radical leaders who challenged existing legal institutional frameworks through societal education, militant ideology, direct action, and violent resistance against state attacks. Positive changes did not occur politically, peacefully, or voluntarily. read more »
Nihilist Communism - Cruelty or the Inclusion of the Distributive Sphere
by Monsieur Dupont
This is not the full text. Hit up nihilistcommunism.blogspot.com for a more complete reading.
From little black cart:
"Much in the tradition of Steampunk Magazine, at least to this reader, the writers of this pamphlet take a facet of a culture, one that can be fatal, and use it as a lens for a radical future.
Some people might call this fetishism, we call it commitment.
Here's what the publishers have to say about their publication. read more »
"The Left in this country has been irrelevant since it blinked in the face of revolution in late 1969. The staid intellectuals who have been made comfortable in the role of “Loyal Opposition,” deserve a pie in the face and the eternal shame that our history will write for them. They squawk in confusion as a broad mass movement (including people of every “color” and “caste”) has been organized for the expressed purpose of defending and increasing individual and community autonomy. read more »
A disorientation guide to the University of Houston, the neighborhoods bordering UH and the city of Houston, encouraging students to participate in social justice movements on and off campus. Produced by Students for a Democratic Society at the University of Houston. http://sdshouston.wordpress.com
A Domesticação Industrial - Leopold Roc (Texto em Português)
The early 1970s were years when Italian cities reverberated with political chants, wildcat strikes and utopian demands. Everlasting meetings convened in dry, dusty rooms full of cigarette smoke, with many of the young participants busy looking for ways to get by without regular jobs, spinning out their college careers. This was the time the Italians call the ‘Years of Conflict’ (gli anni di contestazione) or, more bleakly, the ‘Years of Lead’ (as in bullets). read more »
This text about art and artists comes from Non Fides; N°4, an aperiodic anarchist journal from France. Check it out.
Issue #1 of The Not So Great Place
an underground newspaper published by anti-war active duty soldiers, veterans and their supporters at Fort Hood, TX
Find out more about this publication at: www.notsogreatplace.com
(the title comes from Fort Hood's official slogan "The Great Place")
This is the first volume in a series of zines involving plants that can be used as food, medicine, and functional tools. Volume I details "weeds" and common plants that can be found worldwide.
Please visit Yggdrasil Distro at yggdrasildistro.wordpress.com for more free anarchist literature.
Os Cangaceiros was a group of delinquents caught up in the spirit of the French insurrection of 1968 who refused to let that spirit die. With nothing but contempt for the self-sacrificial ideology practiced by “specialists in armed struggle”, this uncontrollable band of social rebels wreaked havoc on the French state — attacking infrastructures of oppression, supporting popular revolts, stealing and releasing secret blueprints for high-tech prisons, raiding the offices of corporate collaborators, and creating their lives in complete opposition to the world based on work. read more »
This is the essay that Agamben put out called State of Exception that spawned An amazing book that us here at The Filth and Glitter Public Sex Agenda suggest everyone to read.
CONSIDERATIONS ON ILLEGALITY
THE DILEMA OF ARMED STRUGGLE
ACCIDENTS ALONG THE WAY
THE WORK OF THE REVOLUTIONARY
on terrorism and other interesting things,
from Semiotext(e) magazine.
puttingthesexybackinfeminazi at riseup dot net
“Jeanne Charles” was the pseudonym of Françoise Denevert. This article, under the title La critique ad mulierem, originally appeared in the journal Chronique des Secrets Publics (Paris, 1975). This new translation by Ken Knabb supersedes the 1975 version included in Public Secrets.
text from here: http://www.bopsecrets.org/PS/women.htm
puttingthesexybackinfeminazi at riseup dot net
DON'T BE A DICK is a zine about masculinity, rape, porn, and consent.
Ce texte revient sur deux siècles d’une industrialisation menée à grand train dans le processus d’expansion du capitalisme moderne, de son accompagnement par l’idéologie du progrès et du travail, ses multiples apôtres et relais, notamment parmi les souteneurs auto-proclamés de ceux et celles qui devaient faire les frais de cette domestication, les classes laborieuses. Il nous parle de la perte progressive d’autonomie, des diverses résistances à la construction de la société carcérale dans laquelle nous vivons, et contre laquelle d’autres se sont battus avant nous. read more »
This is quite a personal zine about what it means to be a spanish immigrant genderqueer person, on how small sentences mean a lot, on DIY transition and the superheroes that are part of our chosen family. It's also a trilingual zine: english, spanish and french.
Este es un zine muy personal sobre lo que significa ser una persona genderqueer inmigrante hispana en canadá, sobre lo que significan las pequeñas frases de cada día, hacer una transición DIY, y estar rodead*s de superhéroes en nuestra familia elegida. Oh, y está en inglés castellano y francés. read more »
This is a one-sheet zine put out by the Icarus Project on how to respond to mental health crises. It includes info on how to respond to someone who's suicidal, suggestions for those who intervene, and info about advance directives (legal documents that spell out how someone wants to be treated if they're institutionalized and can't speak coherently for themselves).
More at the Icarus Project: http://theicarusproject.net
A sketch of guerrilla warfare as a model for activism.
What: A zine on communication & media strategy for kick-ass activists. (Hi there kick-ass activist!)
This is the 1st part of "Means Without End" by Giorgio Agamben. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
The Filth and Glitter Public Sex Conspiracy!!!