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We’re an international collective of activists, artists, writers, designers, musicians, philosophers, poets, punks and wild hearts.
Join us as we take down Big Tech. Clean up the toxic areas of our mental environment. Reverse the upward flow of wealth. Punish every corporation that betrays the public trust. Hold corrupt politicians accountable. Wake up a thoughtless, complacent culture. Fight the psychological takeover of the all-seeing advertising–surveillance industry. Quit following and retweeting . . . start thinking, speaking and acting for ourselves.
Our aim is to catalyze a sudden unexpected moment of truth, a stunning reversal of perspective — a global mind shift — from which the corpo-consumerist forces never fully recover.
Join us . . . and fuck up every system that keeps you from living your dreams.
AB 162: The Woobbly issue
The post-truth era — the culmination of centuries of soulless hyperlogic — has, on the one hand, brought upon us total political breakdown. On the other, widespread psychological decay.
And so the choice before us is stark. Either the suicidal straight-line mode of thinking prevails — or we come up with a wobbly new sensibility for the 21st century. Either we witness the rebirth of wonder — or we succumb to the politics of hate.
To steer clear of our doom we must give birth to brazen new forms, dream up bold new ideas, unleash wild new possibilities. Anything less means getting crushed beneath the weight of the old — everything that has brought us to this do-or-die moment, when humanity teeters on the edge of extinction.
So, whaddya say: Are you ready to have a paradigm-shifting epiphany?
After all, there’s only one alternative to a thousand-year dark age.
It’s called world revolution.
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