Deterritorial Support Group

All the memes of production - Deterritorial Support Group

DSG on internet memes and their political potential for the working class.

HARI KARI II – a multitude of sins

A short follow-up to an exposal of liberal journalist Johann Hari's plagiarism

HARI KARI/HACKERY

Johann Hari (from http://www.flickr.com/photos/lewishamdreamer/)

DSG's exposal of liberal journalist Johann Hari's plagiarism, which eventually became a scandal and led to his downfall as a respected journalist.

Twenty reasons why it’s kicking off in cyberspace

DSG's article on the development of hacking as a political tool among activists and the response from state and capital.

Egypt, Bahrain, London, Spain?– Tahrir Square as a meme

DSG's piece on resistance tactics as 'meme' and the emergence of public space occupations in North Africa and Europe.

A good day to bury bad policing

DSG's article on the April 2011 raids of anti-austerity activists in the UK.

Why we should make the black bloc our leaders

DSG aimed to publish posts and propaganda from various sources as provocation and stimulation. The following text was produced in a hurry without the most basic of sub-editors checks. It is credited to “Guest”.

Deterritorial Support Group propaganda

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Complete archive of leaflets, graphics and posters from DSG, the ultraleft propaganda machine in it for the lulz and full communism, from 2011. In image and PDF format.

BIGGER CAGES/LONGER CHAINS: The March for the Alternative

DSG aimed to publish posts and propaganda from various sources as provocation and stimulation. The following text was produced by a London-based Trade Unionist. It is credited to “Luther Blissett”.

ŽIŽEK/GAGA: Communism Knows No Monster

DSG's now infamous article "by" Slavoj Žižek. Based on an in-joke in the UK student movement, it was picked up by the mainstream media in the US and even received comment from Žižek himself.