Sunday, January 31, 2010


The 2010 Winter Olympics will take place in Vancouver & Whistler, on unceded Indigenous land, from February 12-28 2010. We call on all anti-capitalist, Indigenous, housing rights, labour, migrant justice, environmental, anti-war, community-loving, anti-poverty, civil libertarian, and anti colonial activists to come together to confront this two-week circus and the oppression it represents. We are organizing towards a global anti-capitalist and anti-colonial convergence against the 2010 Olympic Games.

The Olympics are not about the human spirit and have little to do with athletic excellence. They are a multi-billion dollar industry backed by real estate, construction, hotel, tourism and media corporations, and powerful elites working hand in hand with government officials and the International Olympic Committee (IOC). While public pressure is unlikely to stop the 2010 Games from occupying Vancouver, critical resistance is needed to expose deceptions about the Games’ impact and purposes, voice our dissent to the world, and strengthen social movement solidarity.


Adds, why not just bust'em?
Enough of those around anyway.


Saturday, January 30, 2010


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By Mattia Z

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by Dan Mccarthy

Love the dark desolate mystical places he creates.

More info on the poster artist here


Three months ago two of the six well-established artists – known collectively as Agents of Change – saw a BBC news report about Polphaill, known as the Ghost Village. It was built in the 1970s to houseoil-rig construction workers but was never inhabited and later abandoned. It became news when its demolition, due to occur in December, was announced. Timid and Remi knew immediately that they wanted to paint it. The ghostvillage project was born!

 The Ghostvillage Project was created over 3 days on the west coast of Scotland. 6 artists - Timid, Remi/Rough, System, Stormie Mills, Juice 126, Derm - were given free reign to paint in an abandoned 1970s village. Working together on huge collaborative walls and individually in hidden nooks and crannies all over the site the artists realised long held dreams and were inspired by the bleakness and remoteness of the site. Drawing on the history of the village the artists' stated intent on completion of the project was to populate the ghostvillage with the art and characters that it deserved.

"One guy who could see the village from his house came over daily to see our progress. He said: 'I've had to look at this place every day and it's horrible. You've really brightened it up.' It's ironic that he's resented it for such a long time and now we've been able to transform it into something he loves looking at."

 "The contrast between the architecture and the natural landscape was the kernel of our reason for doing it," Timid says. "There were a lot of blind alleys and blocked areas, so you could be walking along, turn a corner and there's a Stormycharacter right in front of your face, but you hadn't seen it coming because the line of sight was blocked."


Friday, January 29, 2010


In Western culture freedom is the most important value. Americans value freedom more than love and that is why the USA is messed up. Love is more important than anything else including freedom. Love should be mandatory. When we beg for more freedom we should always be asking ourselves what do we want the freedom to do in particular. The Western individualistic model of freedom is unacceptable because it allows for all kinds of hateful behavior. We need to discard individualism and move toward collectivism. Freedom can be divided into two categories: benevolent freedom and malevolent freedom. Benevolent freedom is the freedom to love others and malevolent freedom is the freedom to hate others.

Here is a list of benevolent freedoms. The freedom to be with our friends, families and communities. The freedom to marry. The freedom to help others. The freedom to be nice. The freedom to share your possessions with others. The freedom to express love, compassion and empathy. The freedom to choose how one wants to contribute to their community. The freedom to choose ones career path. Freedom of art, music, literature and entertainment. Freedom of religion. Freedom of thought, education and learning. Freedom of dress, clothing, hairstyle and appearance.

Here is a list of malevolent freedoms. The freedom to hate, hurt and reject other people. The freedom to abandon your children. The freedom to break someone’s heart. The freedom to abandon your family or friends. The freedom to kill. The freedom to make war. The freedom to be mean. The freedom to be racist, sexist or homophobic. The freedom to commit rape and assault. The freedom to be rich while others are homeless and starving. The freedom to enslave others. The freedom to express hatred. The freedom to lie. The freedom to steal.

Only benevolent freedoms should be allowed. No individual should ever be allowed to have malevolent freedoms. We should create strong, tightly-knit, autonomous, local communities and we do not need to return to the oppressive conditions of the Middle Ages.

While the Western countries, like Canada, United States, Australia and Western Europe, have the highest material standard of living these countries also have the highest level of alienation. Let’s define alienation as loneliness, isolation and atomization. This alienation can be seen in the large number of people living alone, the high divorce rates, the broken communities, the shallow and temporary interpersonal relationships, the high rates of depression, violence, substance abuse and suicide and the geographically scattered networks of friends and families. This alienation can most accurately be described as a highly mobile form of solitary confinement under which the individual is able to move around freely but is often kept in isolation by an invisible barrier between themselves and others. This type of alienation must not be confused with that of inmates who experience the most brutal form of solitary confinement imposed on them by prison authorities which is very damaging psychologically.

Only face to face meetings between members of a local community can guarantee that good decisions are made for the individuals participating in the decision making process. The only form of authority that the individual should be subject to is local authority. Structures of authority that extend beyond the local level cause alienation. National and regional governments have given rise to a moderate degree of alienation. Structures of authority that extend beyond the local community, like national governments, should be abolished. A world government would cause total alienation all over the world. The more people that are under the control of a structure of authority the more each individual is alienated from others. Globalization should be opposed because it leads to world government and total alienation. Globalization, capitalism and individualism cause alienation. This is why the world government that is being created by organizations like the G20, WTO, IMF, World Bank, NATO and the United Nations should be opposed. If these organizations successfully create a world government then alienation will intensify and spread throughout the world like a killer virus. Local authority causes little to no alienation. National and regional governments have caused a moderate level of alienation. World government will cause total alienation.

Written anonymously in 2010. This article can be copied, altered and distributed freely without permission from the author. A translation to other languages is also appropriate.


FKY (OQP, FR) - Live_Nancy_Terminal_Export
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Another set & a video of a liveset can be found here.


By ? 

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The World of Free Tekno Toronto

"In a world where even our thoughts have lost their sacredness, 
there comes a need to take some of it back"

A short documentary chronicling the activities of canadian party promoters as they break into buildings throw parties and discuss the reasons for going FREE. The documentary features interviews with Promise, Freespace Collective, SMERK, Subtransit & various other participants.

 "We're not trying to change the world, we try to change OUR world"

Produced at York University 2003

Generated by Brad McGregor
Visuals by Carl Elster
Audio by Meagan McAteer
Sequenced by Pavel Patriki & Brad McGregor
Mixed by Pavel Patriki

More information on next offensive here

Thursday, January 28, 2010


>>0:00>> DRUID
>>2:20>> FKY
>>5:01>> BANDITOS
>>8:02>> *drool* still.. BANDITOS

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This documentary was recorded about 4 months before Burroughs died in '97 on a methadone maintenance program. One of my hero's.

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okupe bus and Zulu , Amsterdam Amerikahaven - 1995

More on Okupé (soundsystem & label) can be found right here


Uh-oh, there he did it, he looked into the spiral.


By crimethinc

Extract from "Days of war, nights of love".
More info here.