Tag Archives: revolution

“whores, virtueless horses and money-grabbing dicklickers”

24 Oct

whores, virtueless horses and money-grabbing dicklickers

 

Click here to download a free PDF of our ‘Political Whores’ poster.

Inspired by this NewStatesman editorial and the fucking awesome Paxman interview 😉 …

Freedom Comes to Trafalgar Square #occupy #OccupyLSX #Nov9

9 Nov

Inspired by this tweet from @OccupyLSX: “40 tents on Trafalgar Square! *victory dance” :D” we decided to create a little poster…

Click here to download a free PDF of our ‘Trafalgar’ poster.

SADLY ALL THE TRAFALGAR OCCUPIERS WERE REMOVED ON NOV 9TH

FUCK THE STATE!

Here’s another for good measure…

Click here to download a free PDF of our ‘Occupational Hazard’ poster.

Support the GLOBAL REVOLUTION with our FREE Anarkat #stencil

22 Jun

We’ve just realised that our last post was biased in favour of dog people. So here’s a little something for all you cat people out there (yeah, baby; we’re putting out fire with gasoline!)

Click here to download a PDF of our ANARKAT stencil.

DIZZCLAIMER: If anyone asks tell them “Dominique Strauss-Kahn made me do it!”

Get your FREE #AntiSec #Stencil

21 Jun

Click here to download a PDF of our #antisec stencil.

Click here for the ‘unfilled’ version to save on ink when printing.

(Thanks to SabCat for the tip!)

DIZZZCLAIMER: This design is brought to you for entertainment purposes only. Under no circumstances should you consider using it to encourage random acts of defiance against those obscene, insane and morally corrupt bankers, politicians, corporations, government officials and powerful elites who are currently trying to fuck the future up for everyone else just to make a tiny minority of people even richer. In fact it’s probably much better that you go back to sleep and pray that growing inequality, climate change, austerity measures, infringement of civil liberties and human rights, corruption, war, poverty and starvation are all just a bad dream.

Then again, if you’re not feeling sleepy, who are we to tell you what to do? 😉

Revolutionary Self-Theory – the original & the best

3 Sep

The other day we published the Self Liberation Front (SeLF) version of Larry Law’s Revolutionary Self-Theory. Afterwards we were informed that PDFs of many of Larry’s Spectacular Times publications are available at Internet Archive.

Click here to download the original version of Larry’s classic work.

Happy Birthday Ray Bradbury!!!

22 Aug

Today the celebrated speculative fiction author, Ray Bradbury, celebrates his 90th birthday.

Bradbury, of course, is the author of the iconic Fahrenheit 451, a dystopian critique of 50s America which remains all too relevant to today’s world where censorship – and worse still self-censorship – threatens freedom of thought like never before. As Ray observes in the preface for his novel…

There is more than one way to burn a book. And the world is full of people running about with lit matches. Every minority, be it Baptist / Unitarian, Irish / Italian / Octogenarian / Zen Buddhist / Zionist / Seventh-day Adventist / Women’s Lib / Republican / Mattachine / FourSquareGospel feels it has the will, the right, the duty to douse the kerosene, light the fuse….Fire-Captain Beatty, in my novel Fahrenheit 451, described how the books were burned first by the minorities, each ripping a page or a paragraph from this book, then that, until the day came when the books were empty and the minds shut and the library closed forever.

… Only six weeks ago, I discovered that, over the years, some cubby-hole editors at Ballantine Books, fearful of contaminating the young, had, bit by bit, censored some 75 separate sections from the novel. Students, reading the novel which, after all, deals with the censorship and book-burning in the future, wrote to tell me of this exquisite irony. Judy-Lynn del Rey, one of the new Ballantine editors, is having the entire book reset and republished this summer with all the damns and hells back in place.

Ray’s not an anarchist, but he’s heading in the right direction; recently, Bradbury told the Los Angeles Times that:

“there is too much government today”

and that America

“is in need of a revolution.”