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Následující text, který se nachází na Freenetu, vznikl 1. října 2010, tedy před upálením Mohammeda Bouaziziho, Arabským jarem, Španělskou revolucí a demonstracemi na Wall Street.  Text vytvořila skupina Adbusters, která jako první vyzvala ve svém magazínu ke svolání demonstrací na Wall Street. Pro autenticitu dokumentu jsme zachovali i doprovodné fotografie.

Odkazy:

Occupy Wall Street skoncuje s chamtivostí finančníků

Odkaz přes Freenet:

http://127.0.0.1:8888/USK@Pptb7NPPCbzTtOy4XwT9sbEm2pMjE6TF1G2uAXCdLUM,cReeigYeUmWuB7GYYS-fKzCH~BhnC9JBvFXKyTFoJyo,AQACAAE/adbusters/3/

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Brainstorming skupiny Adbusters na Freenetu

 

September 27, 2010 UPDATE
•    Since you are on freenet, you already know why a revolution is necessary. We need your help to overthrow consumer society. Do something; make a stink; hack the world.
•    Plan for November on the FMS board named adbusters

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ADBUSTERS TACTICAL BRIEFING #5 – Sept 17, 2010

 


Dear jammers, creatives, anarchists & revolutionaries,

As the days of Carnivalesque Rebellion draw near, a debate is emerging amongst our movement. On one side are those whose plans involve a raucous week of stopping traffic, letting off stink bombs and blackspotting billboards. Their argument is that only a festival of the most visceral kind of civil disobedience will shake consumerism to its core. Others, equally passionate and dedicated souls, say that the old lefty tricks of confrontation and escalation don’t work any more. They urge a nuanced, slow revolution: a long-term meme war aimed at changing people’s spirits and minds.
It strikes us that this is the same personal dilemma that each of us struggle with: deep down in our guts we know that the world demands a radical transformation of the global system. And yet, it seems impossible, perhaps even foolhardy, to topple consumerism and corporate capitalism by confronting it head on. Is there a way out of this impasse? What should we do this November?
Send your insights to kono@adbusters.org and/or leave your comments on the FMS board named adbusters.
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ADBUSTERS TACTICAL BRIEFING #1 – July 23, 2010

For twenty years, the culture jammer movement has been building momentum for a cultural revolution that will topple consumerism. Now Adbusters and our worldwide network of activists is calling for a Carnivalesque Rebellion this November that will shut down consumer capitalism for a week.
Can a few thousand meme warriors create a sudden, unexpected moment of truth – a global mindshift – from which the corporate/consumerist forces never fully recover? Over the next few months, we will be sending out a series of tactical briefings that chart the approaching moment of truth – this is our first.
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Tactical Briefing:

As the hollowness of our system grows clearer, Skylar Fein’s “Keys to a Broken Nation” explores the revolutionary potential of a generation whose future has been sold.
EXTERNAL LINK: https://www.adbusters.org/magazine/91/recipe-revolution.html

 

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges’ “American Psychosis” defines our current global crisis, conveying the necessity and inevitability of our November uprising, in a most visceral way.
EXTERNAL LINK: https://www.adbusters.org/magazine/90/hedges-american-psychosis.html

 

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Inspiration:

It is easier to slip into apathy than to put yourself on the line. It is human to feel afraid but courage will come with preparation and practice. Take 20 minutes and get inspired by Ken O’Keefe in this intense interview with the BBC:
EXTERNAL LINK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt168Ugfjg8

 

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Action:

Between November 22-28 the whole world will light up with seven days of Carnivalesque Rebellion!
Think of it as an adventure, as therapy, as Buy Nothing Day times a hundred … think of it as the World Cup of global activism – a week of postering and pranks, of talking back at your profs and speaking truth to power. Some of us will poster our schools and neighborhoods and just break our daily routines for a week. Others will chant, cut up their credit cards in big box stores and and pull off theatrical stunts that provoke mass cognitive dissonance. Others still will drop stink bombs in strategic locations and engage in the most visceral kind of civil disobedience.
In all, millions of people around the world will walk out of their schools, offices and factories for a week and live!
To pull this off, we need to learn from the failures of the recent G8/G20 protests. A few sensational and spectacular acts of violence (police cars on fire, window smashing) will not provoke the kind of global mindshift that our world so desperately needs. And neither will sitting at home yelling at our screens. If our Seven Days of Carnivalesque Rebellion are to succeed we’ll need a plethora of actions that cannot be dismissed as petty acts of vandalism, that genuinely challenge the power of megacorporations, that make people think about the climate tipping points now descending up on us and that highlight the perversity of a system that has brought us to the zero point of systemic collapse.
What would you do if you could mobilize thousands of connected protesters in cities all over the world? Send your best ideas for coordinated acts of civil disobedience to memewarriors@adbusters.org and we’ll share the most compelling ones in subsequent briefs.
________________________________________

 

To get the ball rolling here’s a personal plunge you may want to take right away: Vow never to walk into a Starbucks ever again. Instead, search out the most interesting indie coffee shop around where you live and work … get to know the people who own and run the place and get your friends and co-workers to join you there. Individually this may feel like a drop in the bucket, but if all the 86,000 of us in this network do it collectively, then we can begin to shift power from megacorporations to our friends and neighbors.
This little shift in our lives is a good way to get in the mood … and during the week of rebellion in November, these indie coffeehouses will become our meeting places and bases.

ACTION #1: #NOSTARBUCKS
A worldwide boycott of Starbucks.
In cities everywhere, we walk away from corporate java and into our local indie coffee shops instead.
Tweet #NOSTARBUCKS, Facebook it, email it, shout it from rooftops. Spread the word and send us feedback. Let’s start brewing the mood for a world wide revolution.
TARGET: 1 Million thriving indie coffee houses by November 28

Forward this newsletter to a friend. Encourage them to join our network and be 500,000 strong as November approaches.
________________________________________

 

EXTERNAL LINK: https://adbusters.org/Následující text, který se nachází na Freenetu, vznikl 1. října 2010, tedy před upálením Mohammeda Bouaziziho, Arabským jarem, Španělskou revolucí a demonstracemi na Wall Street.  Text vytvořila skupina Adbusters, která jako první vyzvala ve svém magazínu ke svolání demonstrací na Wall Street. Pro autenticitu dokumentu jsme zachovali i doprovodné fotografie.

Odkazy:

Occupy Wall Street skoncuje s chamtivostí finančníků

Odkaz přes Freenet:

http://127.0.0.1:8888/USK@Pptb7NPPCbzTtOy4XwT9sbEm2pMjE6TF1G2uAXCdLUM,cReeigYeUmWuB7GYYS-fKzCH~BhnC9JBvFXKyTFoJyo,AQACAAE/adbusters/3/

________________________________________

 

Brainstorming skupiny Adbusters na Freenetu

 

September 27, 2010 UPDATE
•    Since you are on freenet, you already know why a revolution is necessary. We need your help to overthrow consumer society. Do something; make a stink; hack the world.
•    Plan for November on the FMS board named adbusters

________________________________________

 

ADBUSTERS TACTICAL BRIEFING #5 – Sept 17, 2010

 


Dear jammers, creatives, anarchists & revolutionaries,

As the days of Carnivalesque Rebellion draw near, a debate is emerging amongst our movement. On one side are those whose plans involve a raucous week of stopping traffic, letting off stink bombs and blackspotting billboards. Their argument is that only a festival of the most visceral kind of civil disobedience will shake consumerism to its core. Others, equally passionate and dedicated souls, say that the old lefty tricks of confrontation and escalation don’t work any more. They urge a nuanced, slow revolution: a long-term meme war aimed at changing people’s spirits and minds.
It strikes us that this is the same personal dilemma that each of us struggle with: deep down in our guts we know that the world demands a radical transformation of the global system. And yet, it seems impossible, perhaps even foolhardy, to topple consumerism and corporate capitalism by confronting it head on. Is there a way out of this impasse? What should we do this November?
Send your insights to kono@adbusters.org and/or leave your comments on the FMS board named adbusters.
________________________________________

 

ADBUSTERS TACTICAL BRIEFING #1 – July 23, 2010

For twenty years, the culture jammer movement has been building momentum for a cultural revolution that will topple consumerism. Now Adbusters and our worldwide network of activists is calling for a Carnivalesque Rebellion this November that will shut down consumer capitalism for a week.
Can a few thousand meme warriors create a sudden, unexpected moment of truth – a global mindshift – from which the corporate/consumerist forces never fully recover? Over the next few months, we will be sending out a series of tactical briefings that chart the approaching moment of truth – this is our first.
________________________________________

 

Tactical Briefing:

As the hollowness of our system grows clearer, Skylar Fein’s “Keys to a Broken Nation” explores the revolutionary potential of a generation whose future has been sold.
EXTERNAL LINK: https://www.adbusters.org/magazine/91/recipe-revolution.html

 

________________________________________

 

 

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges’ “American Psychosis” defines our current global crisis, conveying the necessity and inevitability of our November uprising, in a most visceral way.
EXTERNAL LINK: https://www.adbusters.org/magazine/90/hedges-american-psychosis.html

 

________________________________________

 

Inspiration:

It is easier to slip into apathy than to put yourself on the line. It is human to feel afraid but courage will come with preparation and practice. Take 20 minutes and get inspired by Ken O’Keefe in this intense interview with the BBC:
EXTERNAL LINK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt168Ugfjg8

 

________________________________________

 

Action:

Between November 22-28 the whole world will light up with seven days of Carnivalesque Rebellion!
Think of it as an adventure, as therapy, as Buy Nothing Day times a hundred … think of it as the World Cup of global activism – a week of postering and pranks, of talking back at your profs and speaking truth to power. Some of us will poster our schools and neighborhoods and just break our daily routines for a week. Others will chant, cut up their credit cards in big box stores and and pull off theatrical stunts that provoke mass cognitive dissonance. Others still will drop stink bombs in strategic locations and engage in the most visceral kind of civil disobedience.
In all, millions of people around the world will walk out of their schools, offices and factories for a week and live!
To pull this off, we need to learn from the failures of the recent G8/G20 protests. A few sensational and spectacular acts of violence (police cars on fire, window smashing) will not provoke the kind of global mindshift that our world so desperately needs. And neither will sitting at home yelling at our screens. If our Seven Days of Carnivalesque Rebellion are to succeed we’ll need a plethora of actions that cannot be dismissed as petty acts of vandalism, that genuinely challenge the power of megacorporations, that make people think about the climate tipping points now descending up on us and that highlight the perversity of a system that has brought us to the zero point of systemic collapse.
What would you do if you could mobilize thousands of connected protesters in cities all over the world? Send your best ideas for coordinated acts of civil disobedience to memewarriors@adbusters.org and we’ll share the most compelling ones in subsequent briefs.
________________________________________

 

To get the ball rolling here’s a personal plunge you may want to take right away: Vow never to walk into a Starbucks ever again. Instead, search out the most interesting indie coffee shop around where you live and work … get to know the people who own and run the place and get your friends and co-workers to join you there. Individually this may feel like a drop in the bucket, but if all the 86,000 of us in this network do it collectively, then we can begin to shift power from megacorporations to our friends and neighbors.
This little shift in our lives is a good way to get in the mood … and during the week of rebellion in November, these indie coffeehouses will become our meeting places and bases.

ACTION #1: #NOSTARBUCKS
A worldwide boycott of Starbucks.
In cities everywhere, we walk away from corporate java and into our local indie coffee shops instead.
Tweet #NOSTARBUCKS, Facebook it, email it, shout it from rooftops. Spread the word and send us feedback. Let’s start brewing the mood for a world wide revolution.
TARGET: 1 Million thriving indie coffee houses by November 28

Forward this newsletter to a friend. Encourage them to join our network and be 500,000 strong as November approaches.
________________________________________

 

EXTERNAL LINK: https://adbusters.org/













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