Social Media Will Kill the Revolution

Social Media Will Kill the Revolution

Could you please suggest to me any revolutionary act?

Could you please suggest to me any revolutionary act?

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Museum of Revolution, Vienna.
criminalwisdom:

“Museum of Revolution” 2010, Marko Lulic

Museum of Revolution, Vienna.

criminalwisdom:

“Museum of Revolution” 2010, Marko Lulic

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The Revolution Reaches Europe : Tens of Thousands Protest In Greece & Spain

The Revolution Reaches Europe : Tens of Thousands Protest In Greece & Spain

Posters for the #spanishrevolution

Posters for the #spanishrevolution

Nobody Expects the #SpanishRevolution

Nobody Expects the #SpanishRevolution

claytoncubitt:

May 1968 Protests, Paris. “Under the paving stones, the beach.”
More: Street Art and Social Movements by Josh MacPhee

“In Paris, in May and June of 1968, there was a student and worker revolt that brought France to the brink of revolution. Accompanying this revolt was a groundswell of creative street expression, especially in the form of graffiti’d poems and slogans and rapidly mass-produced silkscreened political posters. The posters often responded to the direct material reality of what was happening on the streets and in the factories, while the graffiti was largely more poetic and metaphysical, speaking to its readers on a much more emotional level. This counter-narrative written on the street not only attracted people because of it’s graphic power or sense of humor, but also because there were days at a time when the workers in French TV, radio and press were on strike. The walls were literally the only place to get the news.”

See previously: No Forbidding Allowed
And: Let’s not change bosses. Let’s change life.

claytoncubitt:

May 1968 Protests, Paris. “Under the paving stones, the beach.”

More: Street Art and Social Movements by Josh MacPhee

In Paris, in May and June of 1968, there was a student and worker revolt that brought France to the brink of revolution. Accompanying this revolt was a groundswell of creative street expression, especially in the form of graffiti’d poems and slogans and rapidly mass-produced silkscreened political posters. The posters often responded to the direct material reality of what was happening on the streets and in the factories, while the graffiti was largely more poetic and metaphysical, speaking to its readers on a much more emotional level. This counter-narrative written on the street not only attracted people because of it’s graphic power or sense of humor, but also because there were days at a time when the workers in French TV, radio and press were on strike. The walls were literally the only place to get the news.”

See previously: No Forbidding Allowed

And: Let’s not change bosses. Let’s change life.

Revolutionary Ideas Are Just an Ad

Revolutionary Ideas Are Just an Ad

Revolution.
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Revolution.

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Live without dead time by situationist Raoul Vaneigem 1968. This and this is the whole image with the censored “revolution" part included.    Via
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runrunrunfly:

Amsterdam

Live without dead time by situationist Raoul Vaneigem 1968. This and this is the whole image with the censored “revolution" part included. Via

loveyourchaos:

runrunrunfly:

Amsterdam
The Revolution Will Not Be Motorized

The Revolution Will Not Be Motorized

David Fanton: Eye of the Revolution 
Please do not reblog stolen images without proper credits.

David Fanton: Eye of the Revolution

Please do not reblog stolen images without proper credits.

The ABC of Revolution

A. The object of sabotage and misappropriation, whether practiced by the individual or the group, is the unleashing of a wildcat strike.

B. Every wildcat strike must develop into a factory occupation.

C. Every factory occupied must be appropriated and turned promptly to the service of revolutionaries.

D. By choosing delegates (who are subject to instant recall and mandated to collate decisions and to oversee their implementation) the assembled strikers lay the groundwork for a radical reorganization of society… into a society of universal self-management.

Raoul Vaneigem, Situationist International. Source 1. Source 2.