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      Inspired by the Board of Education in Texas which has been busy re-writing school history textbooks to insert the words ‘free enterprise system’ in place of ‘capitalism’ which has become ‘a dirty word’, we’re starting a campaign to replace the word ‘government’ with ‘corrupt bunch of bastards’. Meanwhile, back at the School Book Depository… ================= […]
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( news from rampART, and related people and places )

As we stagger towards another decade of love and rage we’re
congratulating American professor Randolph Roth for publishing the results of his research which suggests that “the predisposition to murder is rooted in feelings and beliefs people have toward government and their fellow citizens.” We’re inviting people with sincere feelings and beliefs toward government and their fellow citizens to join us at Lift ‘n’ Hoist where we will provide them with
encouragement (and the necessary technology) to exercise their predisposition. Meanwhile, back at the training camp…

Lift ‘n’ Hoist kicks off the new year with a mega fund-raising event for NoBorders London in collaboration with Siren Sound System. See below for full line-up.


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