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Humanity 4.0: Do or Die

The epic story of humanity in four parts. From Adbusters #106: Mental Breakdown of a Nation Holly Pickett / Redux Pictures We’ve reached Peak Humanity. We’ve exploited and exhausted all the resources of our planet, turned the atmosphere toxic with our waste, and now we torture ourselves with fear, denial and self-reproach. Show More Summary

Humanity 3.0: Project Total Control

The epic story of humanity in four parts. From Adbusters #106: Mental Breakdown of a Nation When humans figured out how to synthesize fertilizer from fossil fuels, we suddenly gleaned two billion people's worth of food from the same small piece of land – flouting competition and lack of resources, and spreading across the globe like contagion. Show More Summary

Tunisia does the Harlem Shake

Time to do the Harlem Shake in front of #Goldman Sach's 73 offices worldwide? Tunisia #Goldman Harlem Shake Read more on


Obama opts for a nuclear-free Middle East. Associated Press/Carolyn Kaste For decades now there’s been a kind of pussyfooting going on about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The Europeans, for myriad psycho-social reasons, won’t confront Israel in any meaningful way. Show More Summary

Humanity 2.0: The First Leap

The epic story of humanity in four parts. From Adbusters #106: Mental Breakdown of a Nation From the book Water: The Essence of Life by Mark Niemeyer Agriculture was like a secret code. Once we discovered it, it unlocked a magical, controlling...Show More Summary

The Future is Now

Are you ready for pristine virtuality? creepy humanity technology corning Read more on

Humanity 1.0: Our Birth

The epic story of humanity in four parts. From Adbusters #106: Mental Breakdown of a Nation As far as we know, we emerged about 200,000 years ago. At this time we had no language, no clothing, no art, no religion. We lived in the wild and ate what we could forage or hunt. Show More Summary

Journey of Nishiyuu

Harper, can you hear their drums?

Joel Daniel Myers

A Tree grows from the New York Stock Exchange. AP PHOTOS / RAFIQ MAQBOOL With the financial markets in the gutter, and the trickle-down effect starting to be seen in many of our daily lives – friends and neighbors losing jobs (I especially...Show More Summary

Leaked Manning Statement

Bradley Manning's leaked speech, written in confinement.

Kenneth Boulding

Growth in a finite world is Mad. LAYOUT BY BEAU HOUSE Kenneth Boulding was an economist known for having a way with words and refusing to mince them. His most biting criticisms were reserved for the myopia of his own discipline: “Anyone...Show More Summary

Beppe Grillo

The Seeds of a New Left. GIANNI CIPRIANO / NEW YORK TIMES A comedian turned activist who sports unkempt hair, baggy denim and Gandhi t-shirts, is now shaking up the staid scene of Italian politics, leaving both outrage and hopeful excitement in his wake. In the most recent national election in late February 2013, Mr. Show More Summary

Red Lake Direct Action

The defiant blockade of an illegal pipeline.

Chris Kyle

The painful home truth of America's military psyche. IMAGE STILL FROM KYLE MEMORIAL VIDEO “Despite what your momma told you, violence does solve problems.” These words belong to Ryan Job, a US Navy SEAL who died a few years after sustaining serious injuries in Iraq. Show More Summary

Archetypes of Dissent

Mapping the cultural contraflow of revolt. From Adbusters #106: Mental Breakdown of a Nation MARIO RUIZ/CORBIS Radical politics is defined by opacity, anonymity and dissimulation … and by invisibility: by the political presence of absence. The...Show More Summary

The anti-preneur manifesto

I want to be a curator of myself, an anti-preneur, a person. From Adbusters #106: Mental Breakdown of a Nation I don’t want to be a designer, a marketer, an illustrator, a brander, a social media consultant, a multi-platform guru, an...Show More Summary

Money Dreaming

Everyone is a Banker. From Adbusters #106: Mental Breakdown of a Nation Benoit Paillé In my country – Noongar Country in Western Australia – the Whadjuk word for money is the same as the word for rock: Boya. Only with the arrival ofShow More Summary

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