Entries by dspadmin

Protest Stencil

Our DOPE 8 subvertising spread is a collection of work by Protest Stencil. We recently published a pamphlet of their work, which can find here.     If you enjoyed reading this online, why not pick up a print copy? Your purchase will help us continue to produce anti-profit publishing – including distributing solidarity DOPE […]

Smash IPP

By Smash IPP   Content warning: suicide, self-harm   Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) is a barbaric, indefinite prison sentence introduced for minor crimes in 2005 as part of New Labour’s ‘tough on crime’ agenda. The cost has been deadly: 139 people have so far died by suicide on the sentence, not to mention the […]

No Sweat

By Jay Kerr   “Sweatshops are post-modern day slavery.” This was the language used by Jord Samolesky, the drummer of seminal Canadian punk band, Propagandhi, in our recent film Punks Against Sweatshops. And he’s right. When you strip away the glamour of the fashion industry, and look behind the cheap prices of the high street […]

Invisible

by Andrew Fraser   I should really be writing this article, but instead I’m shooting the breeze with my east European, and similarly homeless, mates: Alfie (from Albania), Costa (Romania), Mario (Poland), and Dmitri (somewhere between Bulgaria and Mars). I love these reprobates dearly. My brothers. I can spend hours with Dmitri listening to him […]

S LENCE

by Penny Rimbaud To be as much requires a beginning as does not to be, while, in turn, both suggest an ending. Never before, never again; stasis. Then where or what are the parameters? Only the silence, only the emptiness. Then, out of the void, a voice, ‘tis not I; hush, this is the silence’, […]

Acid Communism

by Nadia Idle “Real wealth is the collective capacity to produce, care and enjoy. This is Red Plenty … Red belonging is temporal and dynamic … a movement that offers unconditional care without community (it doesn’t matter where you come from or who you are, we will care for you anyway).” – Mark Fisher (Abandon […]

Class Traitors

by D. Hunter   Since I published Chav Solidarity, plenty of people have either asked me what I think constitutes middle class, or suggested that, in targeting middle class activists so much, I am being divisive. So, in the spirit of class unity and seeking to participate in the building of a strong revolutionary movement, […]

London Is Shit

by Lisa McKenzie   This is a love letter to working class Londoners struggling every fucking second of every fucking day trying to survive – disappearing into the walls of the packed public transport that they travel further and further on to get to a job that doesn’t pay the rent. After 7 years of […]

Beat Your Neighbour!

We’ve been working with Cat Sims for a while now – she often does illustration for our regular prison section. For this issue we asked her to do the covers and centre spread and she came up with this amazing “Anarchy Games” theme… If you enjoyed reading this article online, why not pick up a […]

Anarchy Horsie

Our DOPE 7 subvertising spread is a collaboration between Marco Bevilacqua and OT Pascoe. It takes a quote from Erich Muhsam as its inspiration.  If you enjoyed reading this article online, why not pick up a print copy? Your purchase will help us continue to produce anti-profit publishing – including distributing solidarity DOPE to prisoners […]