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If you know any of these guys via the web and they want to plug their campaign through us, they are more than welcome to. This world needs their wonderful anarchy, always ...
A copy of The Hacker's Manifesto would look really good on this thread mate. Just a thought ...
Edit: Would you mind if I made this post a sticky Alan? I think it's very important...
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the_leander wrote:Sadly I don't, as I've said before I'm not really into that scene beyond a passing interest with regard their literature.
No worries dude. I'll get a suss on it all soon and hopefully contact someone representing them.
the_leander wrote:The magazine is good, though I do wish they would sort out their damned website and links.
Still, what can I really expect from anarchists
A perfect world, free from politicians and other human-waste by-products that clutter up the rights of the many. That and the odd smash 'n' grab washing machine or dead president. These days I'm not so fussy ...
For some reason I have that song; The Masses Against The Classes by Manic Street Preachers bouncing around my head right now. This is no bad thing I can assure you ...
Hyperlink in this post is to the lyrics of Masses Against the Classes by Manic Street Preachers ©:-
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