Archive for October, 2012

André Caroff

October 29, 2012

The Revenge of Madame Atomos by André Caroff (adapted by Michael Shreve)

All of a sudden a small, round object fell down the chimney, bounced and rolled across the floor. It looked like a ball and the little girl stopped sobbing. She scrambled out of the armchair where she had curled up, took a step forward. In a flash the tiger sprang out of the ball, which in reality was a computer, and its hideous muzzle lunged for the little girl. There was a scream and then silence again in the room, which was filling up with the repulsive stench of blood…

- Introduction by J.-M. Lofficier
The Revenge of Madame Atomos
The Evil of Madame Atomos
The Red Silk Scarf (short story by Michel Stephan)

The Most Dreadful Monster (short story by Matthew Dennion)

In this sixth volume, Madame Atomos threatens the destruction of the United States by spreading the plague virus from her citadel on the secret island of Atomia and succeeds in exacting a terrible revenge on her enemies. But Mie Asuza becomes Miss Atomos again and launches her own war against her deadly creator…

The Revenge of Madame Atomos available at Black Coat Press


Phallic Museum

October 22, 2012

Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavik Iceland

Ecce Homo



Merman’s Cock

Dick Lamp

Double Dick Lamp

Scrotum Lamps

Icelandic Handball Team Phallic Casts

Capital and the Capitalists

October 19, 2012

Capital and the Capitalists, Le Drapeau Noir, no. 16, November 25 1883.

What is capital? The harvest of the rich by the sweat of the people.
Yes, we workers created capital. By our work we increase it every day. And far from profiting from what we have created, we become slaves to it and by making the capitalists richer to our own detriment, we become insufferable. Many workers look to suicide to end this order of things. I think there is a better way.
What, the capitalist wallows in pleasure and the worker cannot live off the product of his labor. While the former is dancing and feasting, the latter is starving.
O worker, my brother, you are suffering and the capitalist is laughing at your pains. You die and he insults your corpse. Faced with these blatant facts, you find nothing better than to end your life without caring that on the day of action your brothers in slavery will be missing your support.
No, you have not thought of that and that is your excuse, but from now on chase these thoughts from your head and feel something different.
Yes, there is a better way than dying. You have to live in order to prepare the great era of the future. You have to live to see your efforts crowned with success. You have to live to be present at the resurrection of the worker and the death of the capitalist.
To get there what do we need: Audacity—we have it. Finances—we’ll find it. Sacrifices—we are all ready to give what is dearest to us for the triumph of our ideals.
Therefore, let’s get to work. Let’s group together—there is strength in union. No half-measures. Think of those who are suffering, whose children demand vengeance. Encourage the weak. Finally, let’s get ready because the hour approaches when we will have to call upon different arguments than those of our corrupt representatives.
And on that day, no mercy to the masters, like they have shown none to us. Let our battle cry be:
Down with capital.
Crush the capitalists.
Death to traitors and scoundrels.
Long live the Revolution!

–Letter from a worker exploited by capital.

Also available at The Anarchist Library

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