-- The Politician-Free Zone
 
 
 
Information about Rachel Corrie, an American killed by the Israeli army in 2003.
 
 
 
An anarchist tribute to Tintin.
 
 
 
How long would it take the head of a big company to earn your pay? Trick question - they don't earn their pay.
 
 
 
Carlo Giuliani was a 23 year old anarchist, killed by Italian police at a protest in 2001.
 
 
 
A small collection of fonts for Word and other programs, including take-offs of McDonalds and other corporate logos.
 
 
 
As well as being politically spot on, this website also has awesome psychic powers.
 
 
 
An introduction to the site and information on the latest things that've been added to it.
 
 
 
Useful or fun stuff on other sites.
 
 
 
The Politician-Free Zone is the place to start if you're interested in reading about anarchist ideas. It has articles which between them answer most of the questions that people have, as well as a lot of cartoons and graphics.
 
 
 
A small collection of political tattoos.
 
 
 
Free board game based on the 1999 anti-World Trade Organization demonstrations.
 
 
 
The latest Australian and international news, facts and quotes.
 
 
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PLEASE NOTE: As of November 2014, this site is no longer updated. However it will be left up indefinitely as an archive.
 
 
 
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Resistance Is Useful
 
A British study has found that people who take part in strikes, occupations and political demonstrations experience an improvement in their well-being, which can help them overcome stress, pain, anxiety and depression.
 
"Collective actions, such as protests, strikes, occupations and demonstrations, are less common in the UK than they were perhaps 20 years ago," researcher Dr. John Drury said in a statement. "The take-home message from this research therefore might be that people should get more involved in campaigns, struggles and social movements, not only in the wider interest of social change but also for their own personal good."
 
(based on a story on Reuters news service, December 23 2002).
 
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