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We are against capitalism, which is the source of nearly all misery in the world. Almost any evil you’d care to name comes from living in a world designed for capitalism. In order to stop suffering, we have to remove all money from the system . This will bring down all the control structures established by the “banksters” and the governments they control. So thanx to all those who contribute and share their stuff for free to our society, whether it is music or a zine or something completely different, those people show us that another world IS possible. Every free contribution is a small step towards the creation of a free world. So... join the fight to destroy capitalism, and what's a better weapon then FREE stuff? Be part of the gift-economy and help to make the world a better place, where there's NO room for capitalism!!!

The most effective way to bring down states and effect change, is to create better alternatives that makes its oppressive predecessor obsolete. If we want to have any hope of bringing down this system and all of its nasty isms, we need to get to work making better structures, better institutions and better communities based on equality , respect and liberty. It’s time to embrace the anarchist ideology, the D.I.Y. culture and ethics and work towards a better world !!!

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August 14th is a day that means a lot to Freemasons. They HATE that day and for good reason. The first true public enemy the Freemasons had was William Morgan. Long story short, this man had access to secret Freemason rituals and materials and planned to make them public. He planned to expose the Freemasons via a book called “Illustrations of Masonry, By One of the Fraternity Who Has Devoted Thirty Years to the Subject”. He obtained a copyright for this particular book on August 14th, 1826. The Masons were said, without proof, to have murdered him. This led to the Morgan affair. Whether he fled or was murdered, Morgan's disappearance led many to believe that Freemasonry was in conflict with good citizenship. To this very day, Freemasons loathe the date August 14th. They see it as the point at which society at large turned against them.

Freemasonry is a secret society which includes many of the very wealthy, politically powerful and corporate elite of the world. Because judges, businessmen, bankers, politicians, etc.… were often Masons, ordinary citizens began to think of it as an elitist group. Moreover, many claimed that the lodges' secret oaths bound the brethren to favor each other against outsiders, in the courts and elsewhere. Masons control key offices and used their official authority to promote the goals of the fraternity...
We have to organize and defeat this conspiracy.
All Masons must be purged from public office

The perfect time to oppose Freemasons is on August 14th.
That day is after all the day of protest par excellence of anyone who opposes Freemasonry

August 14th, 1826 is the day William Morgan (the Morgan affair) obtained a copyright for his book to expose the Freemasons. The date is marked annually by actions against Freemasonry, for groups from around the world. But you don't need to be part of an organized group to take part, just do something yourself - be creative!"

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Since 1955, for those living in the United States, Tax Day has typically fallen on April 15.
when April 15 falls on a Friday, tax returns are due the following Monday; when April 15 falls on a Saturday or Sunday, tax returns are due the following Tuesday.

In 2017, Tax Day will be Tuesday, April 18
In 2018, Tax Day will be Tuesday, April 17

Does your boss work less than you but take home a bigger paycheck? Is somebody zipping around in a private jet at your expense? If the corporation is making money at the end of the day, that means they’re not paying you the full value of your labor – that’s where corporate profit comes from! So if you need something in your workplace, take it. You earned it!

It could be a paper clip, or some cash out of the register, or full-on embezzlement. If you’re a barista, grab a bag of coffee; if you work at a garage, get a wrench set. If you’re unemployed, take something from someone else’s workplace! Unemployment works for the bosses, too – it forces people to take any job they can, and sends the message to other workers that if they don’t knuckle under they’ll be in for it too.

You could share it with your friends, or give it to your family – the family you never see because of your job. You could use it yourself, to do something you’ve always dreamed of – maybe something making use of all that potential you would fulfill if only you didn’t have to work for someone else all the time.

Steal something from work! Break down the divisions that separate you from your co-workers. Work together to maximize your under-the-table profit-sharing; make sure all of you are safe and getting what you need. Don’t let the boss pit you against each other – in the end, that only makes all of you more vulnerable. Build up enough trust that you can graduate from taking things from work to taking control of your workplace itself!
Chances are you already steal from your work – if not physical items, at least time on the clock. Good for you! But don’t stop there – think of how much more you could take, how much more you deserve.

Frequently Asked Questions about

Stealing is immoral, yes. That’s why your employers should pay you the full value they obtain from your labor, rather than a fraction of it. If you take something from the workplace, you’re not stealing, but simply taking part of your fair earnings.

Technically, it may be. Slavery, on the other hand, was legal until December 1865.
Wage slavery still is.

Hate to break it to you, boss, but your employees steal from you every day. By encouraging them to cut it down to one day a year, we’re looking out for you! Consider it a harm reduction approach to loss prevention.

Does STEAL SOMETHING FROM WORK DAY make it harder for employees to get away with stealing?
Not significantly. The number one obstacle to employee theft is not bosses or cameras, but misguided coworkers. STEAL SOMETHING FROM WORK DAY promotes worker solidarity and legitimizes employee redistribution of wealth.

Not everyone has an easy time stealing from their workplace. Some demographics are singled out for surveillance, and many people can’t afford to risk getting into trouble!
That’s true! That’s another reason why, if you are not one of those people, you should quit being such a wise guy and STEAL SOMETHING FROM WORK to share with those who can’t take it themselves.

I’m retired. Can I participate in STEAL SOMETHING FROM WORK DAY?
Yes, you can – just go back to your former place of employment! If you had to wrestle over a pension with them, they’ve probably got it coming. It’s never too late to STEAL SOMETHING FROM WORK!

I’d love to STEAL SOMETHING FROM WORK, but I work at a local non-profit foundation providing services to survivors of domestic violence.
If you truly love the place you work, chances are it’s under-funded. That’s because the for-profit mega-corporations are hogging all the resources! Time to pay a visit to someone else’s workplace.

But my employers give to charitable causes when they make a profit! If I STEAL SOMETHING FROM WORK, they’ll have less to donate.
Who do you think should choose the most deserving charitable cause for your earnings – you, or some corporate bureaucrat? Just because you STEAL SOMETHING FROM WORK doesn’t mean you have to keep it all for yourself!

If I STEAL SOMETHING FROM WORK, will it make me a more selfish person?
Not necessarily! By and large, people find it easier to share things when they get them for free than when they have to trade their lives for them in drudgery. So STEALING SOMETHING FROM WORK might actually make you a more generous person!

What does God think about STEALING FROM WORK?
Academic theologians (such as German Old Testament scholar A. Alt, author of Das Verbot des Diebstahls im Dekalog) suggest that the commandment "thou shalt not steal" was originally intended against stealing people – against abductions and slavery. This lines up with Jewish interpretations of the statement as "thou shalt not kidnap" – for example, as stated by Rabbi Shlomo Yitzhaki, famed as the author of the first comprehensive commentary on the Talmud. If this is so, the real crime is not the worker taking back a part of the fruit of his labor, but the economic system that forces him into wage slavery in the first place. Likewise, as Jesus explains, "It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God" (Matthew 19:24) – don’t put your employer at such risk!

What if I STEAL SOMETHING FROM WORK and my company goes out of business? Is this biting the hand that feeds me?
Corporations plan workplace "shrinkage" into the budget well in advance. They’re practically counting on you to steal something! If that surplus goes unclaimed, it’ll just stay their coffers as more unearned profits.

Will the costs of STEALING SOMETHING FROM WORK be passed on to consumers?
Your employers are shrewd businessmen – if they were simply trying to distribute goods to the needy as affordably as possible, they’d be in a different line of work. That means if they could be charging customers more, they already would be.

But won’t STEALING SOMETHING FROM WORK destabilize the economy? What if the market crashes again? Will STEALING SOMETHING FROM WORK bring about the end of the world?
Are you kidding? Who does all the work in this society – bosses, or workers? If anything, things would go more smoothly without them. If every corporation went out of business tomorrow and we could get our hands on all the resources they’ve hoarded, don’t you think we’d be able to distribute them more sensibly? They’re lucky we don’t steal everything!

Will STEALING SOMETHING FROM WORK inhibit real social change? Shouldn’t we be organizing to address the root of our problems rather than acting individually?
Perhaps you’re onto something! But STEALING SOMETHING FROM WORK doesn’t prevent you from organizing collectively. For example, you could coordinate with your coworkers to share what you pocket. Really, what good would it do to get organized together if you were still afraid to take what you deserve? On the other hand, imagine if we could go beyond taking things from our workplaces, and take over the workplaces themselves ...

As most employees know, every day can be Steal Something From Work day. But we can’t encourage people to go steal from their workplaces all the time – for all we know, that would be illegal. The best we can do is ask people to limit their workplace theft to one day a year!
If there was ever a good day to Steal Something From Work, it has to be April 15, Tax Day. For the government, every April 15 is Steal Something From Work Day. They take your hard-earned money and dump it right into some oil war or sweetheart deal – yet another way the corporations are making out at your expense.

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A new product is widely available on the last Friday & Saturday of November, the Buy Nothing Day & International Buy Nothing Day. Buy it as often as you can!

A new product conquers the market: the product Nothing! There is great demand for Nothing. Millions of people need Nothing! The new product is now available at an attractive price, you get nothing for nothing! The applications are endless. Nothing gives room in the house, requires no maintenance, no need to secure and consumes no energy. It even provides energy because for nothing the sun rises! Nothing is better! Buy Nothing!

The perfect time to purchase Nothing is on the last Friday & Saturday of November, (International) Buy Nothing Day. That day is after all the day of protest par excellence of anyone who opposes consumerism, the pursuit of economic growth, the power of big business, the 24-hour-stress society, the seven-day sales week and a life in the service of economy. 

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RFID stands for Radio Frequency IDentification, a technology that uses tiny computer chips smaller than a grain of sand to track items at a distance. RFID "spy chips" have been hidden in the packaging of Gillette razor products and in other products you might buy at a local Wal-Mart, Target, or Tesco - and they are already being used to spy on people.

Each tiny chip is hooked up to an antenna that picks up electromagnetic energy beamed at it from a reader device. When it picks up the energy, the chip sends back its unique identification number to the reader device, allowing the item to be remotely identified. Spy chips can beam back information anywhere from a couple of inches to up to 20 or 30 feet away.

Some of the world's largest product manufacturers have been plotting behind closed doors since 1999 to develop and commercialize this technology. If they are not opposed, their plan is to use these remote-readable spy chips to replace the bar code.

RFID tags are NOT an "improved bar code" as the proponents of the technology would like you to believe. RFID technology differs from bar codes in three important ways:

1. With today's bar code technology, every can of Coke has the same UPC or bar code number as every other can (a can of Coke in Toronto has the same number as a can of Coke in Topeka). With RFID, each individual can of Coke would have a unique ID number which could be linked to the person buying it when they scan a credit card or a frequent shopper card (i.e., an "item registration system").

2. Unlike a bar code, these chips can be read from a distance, right through your clothes, wallet, backpack or purse -- without your knowledge or consent -- by anybody with the right reader device. In a way, it gives strangers x-ray vision powers to spy on you, to identify both you and the things you're wearing and carrying.

3. Unlike the bar code, RFID could be bad for your health. RFID supporters envision a world where RFID reader devices are everywhere - in stores, in floors, in doorways, on airplanes -- even in the refrigerators and medicine cabinets of our own homes. In such a world, we and our children would be continually bombarded with electromagnetic energy. Researchers do not know the long-term health effects of chronic exposure to the energy emitted by these reader devices.

Many huge corporations, including Philip Morris, Procter and Gamble, and Wal-Mart, have begun experimenting with RFID spy chip technology. Gillette is leading the pack, and recently placed an order for up to 500 million RFID tags from a company called "Alien Technology" (we kid you not). These big companies envision a day when every single product on the face of the planet is tracked with RFID spy chips!

As consumers we have no way of knowing which packages contain these chips. While some chips are visible inside a package, RFID chips can be well hidden. For example they can be sewn into the seams of clothes, sandwiched between layers of cardboard, molded into plastic or rubber, and integrated into consumer package design.

This technology is rapidly evolving and becoming more sophisticated. Now RFID spy chips can even be printed, meaning the dot on a printed letter "i" could be used to track you. In addition, the tell-tale copper antennas commonly seen attached to RFID chips can now be printed with conductive ink, making them nearly imperceptible. Companies are even experimenting with making the product packages themselves serve as antennas.

As you can see, it could soon be virtually impossible for a consumer to know whether a product or package contains an RFID spy chip. For this reason, CASPIAN is proposing federal labeling legislation, the RFID Right to Know Act, which would require complete disclosures on any consumer products containing RFID devices.

We believe the public has an absolute right to know when they are interacting with technology that could affect their health and privacy.

Don't you?

Join us. Let's fight this battle before big corporations track our every move.

Fight Back!

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