An excellent, easily understandable explanation of why capitalism makes both rich and poor people miserable. Includes a sketch of how non-capitalist relations might function.
Scanned and imposed from Days of War, Nights of Love - thanks to crimethinc for the original. Special thanks to www.prole.info for the last graphic. Print double sided, short edge binding. Grayscale, 7 sheets total. Created on February 9, 2009.
Written from a situationist perspective, the text examines the collapse of the neo-liberal variant of capitalism as a moment of choice. It looks at some of the factors that have bred submission to neo-liberalism, some of the mystifications that are now arising about the 'credit crunch', and some of the capitalist ideologies that may come to succeed neo-liberalism. It poses the question of who is to make the choice now before us: them or us?
CrimethInc's article on the Really, Really Free Market, edited into zine format for distribution.
Punk Rock Finances - a zine about understanding our relationship to money and how we can survive in a capitalist system while making deliberate choices to involve ourselves in it as little as possible. Has info about working out your budget and finances, as well as living more cheaply and surviving with working as little as possible.
An A4 flyer from Garage Collective (Aotearoa/NZ) on the financial crisis and it's effects in New Zealand. Includes a very basic run-down on shadow banking and other finance stuff.
Enric Duran, long involved with anti-capitalist struggles in Barcelona, has publically announced his robbery of 492,000 euros from 39 different banks, and gone into hiding. read more »
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Midnight Notes Collective
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Translated by Jeff Stein
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a Zabalaza Pamphlet
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by Scott Rittenhouse
we are everywhere
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in defense of donuts