Writers

2nd July 2024
Be Brave. Don't Vote. Revolt | Opinion

I want you to know, it’s OK to vote, we need to stop shaming each other for such tacit involvement in in the electoral state, we’re all at different points along the journey

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1st July 2024
Raw Injustice | Current Events

The future of this planet cannot be secured at the expense of fellow workers. It is secured by the holistic and global end of growth capitalism, profiteering, and industrial recklessness.

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6th May 2024
Encampment | Opinion

You never forget your first police violence. Some of us, we grown up with the boot tight on our throat, casually accepting the daily PMCs and pushing about, cops and security watching your every step in town and vans of thugs shoving you to the ground on the slightest provocation. We accept it as the […]

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13th June 2023
Rojava, Feminism, Anarchism. A Discussion with Pamster | International

They think of it so internationally, and everything is connected. In a way it’s so simple, and less fragmented.

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4th May 2023
Andor | Review

I’ve got 500 words. I’m pairing down from 4000. Urgh.

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3rd May 2023
The United Kingdom of Mass Murder | Theory & Analysis

It has now been 13 years since the Tories came to power, 13 years of economic misery, rising bigotry and autocratic overreach. The past year has felt like the culmination of the Tory political project, as all of these disgraceful movements have accelerated beyond what we’re capable of keeping up with.

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15th November 2022
Press (B) To Meow | Red & Black Gamers

Let’s be honest here, we all wanted to play a game as a cat...

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25th July 2022
What the Corona Virus Pandemic Can Teach Us About Security Culture | Theory And Analysis

It is rare that there are paradigm shifts in our security practices either because of changing circumstances or new technologies. These things often happen slowly and in ways we don’t notice until we retrospect over long periods of time. We don’t have the opportunity to see a drastic change and compare how things were before and after.

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8th July 2022
The Night of Blunt Knives | Current Events

It was the corrupting influence of power that turned Boris Johnson into that pathetic shell of a human that we know him as today. It was power that made the Tory rats flee the sinking ship at the very last possible moment. And it is power that will continue to make our lives worse, unless we do something about it.

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22nd June 2022
SCOTTY GOES TO CENTRELINK | Red & Black Gamers

The player is instructed to deliver 20 CVs (job applications/resumes) into “submission boxes,” which are appropriately trashcans, scattered throughout a nearly deserted city, the only inhabitants being Scotty, the Centrelink desk clerk, and a giant floating Scott Morrison head. I’m not kidding.

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13th June 2022
The Trouble With Slogans | Theory & Analysis

Can we free our minds to the possibilities of complexity? Or are we forever doomed to see the world in less than 240 characters?

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11th June 2022
“Proper Boxes”: ADHD & Anti-Authoritarianism | Theory & Analysis

One of the most liberatory concepts that I learned about after stumbling upon this renaissance of ADHD knowledge was that of neurodiversity, a concept coined in 1998 by sociologist Judy Singer, who, with the help of journalist Harvey Blume, brought the idea into mainstream discussion.

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