Civilization De-motivational Poster

Civilization: Epic Fail

This is the second in a series of anarchist/politically-motivated joke de-motivational posters I'm developing. All your memes are belong to us!

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Industrial Society and Its Future


An edited version of Dr. Theodore J. Kaczynski's "Industrial Society and Its Future" with a preface and comments.

Herbal Medicine-Making Primer, An


This addition to the Yggdrasil Distro collection is a thorough examination of the various methods of preparing herbal medicines. Many plant-focused and herbal medicine zines exist, but few of them explore any methods of preparing herb medicine beyond simple infusions and decoctions.  read more »

Beyond Primitivism


Towards a 21st. century anarchist theory and praxis for science

by Dr. Charles Thorpe and Dr. Ian Welsh

Crazy Rasberry Ants as a Model for Revolutionary Struggle


This miniscule manifesto is a reworking of Jayson Tx's older zine, entitled "When the ants stop marching one by one". As with my other zine "For Chaos!, For the Wild!, For the Horde!, a goblincore primer", this zine is kind of a joke. But, you know, not really. Crazy Rasberry Ants are a wonderful model for revolutionary struggle and change. Hopefully, with a touch of humor and a sense of deep gravity, this zine shows how and why.


Build Your Own Yurt


Go here for more How To's on building a Yurt!

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In The Land of the Living; Volume 5


In the Land of the Living, a journal of anarcho-primitivism and christiainity, is a collaborative publication drawing out themes of wildness and resistance in the Hebrew-Christian faith. We seek to reclaim the origins of this faith which are firmly rooted in resistance to civilization, with an emphasis on pursuing wildness and anarchy. We are interested in Christianity as resistance, not religion. Not everyone involved with this journal would identify as a christian or as an anarcho-primitivist. This is reflected in the variety of ideas and topics presented.  read more »

For Chaos!, For the Wild!, For the Horde!, a goblincore primer

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This zine takes the fun, mischief, and playful chaos of everyone's favorite fantasy race- goblins- and mixes these with a bit of light anarcho-theory, blending the two together in a half-joke, half-serious creedo of destruction.

Greenskins of the world unite!

Civilization and its latest Discontents. Review: Against History, Against Leviathan!


Fredy Perlman's influential book Against His-tory, Against Leviathan! expresses the position of the new 'primitivist' current in which the enemy is not capital but progress. Going beyond leftist notions of the basic neutrality of technology is a step in the right direction; but seeing all technology as essentially alienating is a mystification. Since it is itself an expression in theory of a radical setback, primitivism contributes little to the practical problem we all face of overthrowing capitalism.

What is Anarchism? by David Graeber


Excerpt from Graeber's "Direct Action."

Against Leviathan, Against His-Story


Fredy Perlman's classic text. Copied it off the Noble Savagery blog @ but got it all in a single PDF, paginated it, fixed some typos and grammar and spelling errors. Hope you enjoy it.

Greenwashing and You!, a primer on "green" capitalism

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This short zine explores the concept of greenwashing, and, more broadly, the idea of green consumerism. Also suggests some less-than-subtle solutions for the problems arising from industrial society.

Pass these out at an Earth Day festival near you!

Man Who Could not be Hanged, The (and other True Incredible Stories from Charles Fort)

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Here I've compiled some accounts of the paranormal that may interest anarchists, especially those interested in the power of the mind and the nature of the spirit. I've prefaced them with a short rail against the scientific paradigm inspired and accompanied by Charles Fort, English poet and "the man who invented the supernatural." (Although, of course, the supernatural is simply the natural which is rejected by science!)  read more »

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