I’m really looking forward to what the new anti-authoritarian/anarchist journal “Modern Slavery” (modernslavery.calpress.org) will come up with, and have been trying to support Jason McQuinn’s project for awhile now. i have tons of respect for McQuinn thanks to all of his excellent editorial responses for many years in his old project, editing “Anarchy, A Journal […]
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comix art which got apparently suppressed while trying to add this to a pdf file for the zine posted below, further down.
….still needs to be danced through. It is imprinted into us, and so many cannot help but to reflect such as their best.
Note: John (a Lakotah/Dakota (?) wisdom keeper who has survived major intensity with surprising balance) doesn’t yet use the words “organic” or “artificial” as far as i am aware, but i think he would agree with me on my use, especially when we read over this speech delivered in 1980 to a survival gathering. See […]
HonoriNg traditional indigenous consciousness (we are ALL descendants of such, and we ALL have such spirit within us, usually privately kept and self-censored)! A-Ho! (And, yes, i’m willing to experience the possible challenging consequences for daring to speaque this kind of HEART from a place allegedly as “inappropriate” (unauthorized) as i speaque from!!!!
we all want to be “recognized” (uh..re-cog-nized??), we all want to feel like we’re doing something crucial, and get pats on the back, socially. But are we REALLY looking at the choices we’re making when it comes to having ANY kind of contact with corporate mindlock? (Oh, sure, their reps are very very nice, even good folks, but what we never see are those who tool them
several pictures of “cruciaL aRtz” regalia from actions around da city
A SHOUT-OUT goez to organic humanity via a crucial honoring to the Onkwehonwe people’s traditionaL Great Spirit, via two cruciaL aRtz “depth charges”. One in the form of an illustration for a local Orygun newspaper, the other a self-published ‘zine taking on some of the issues raised by a leading Onkwehonwe voice known as Waziyatawin.