Adbusters - Volume 23 - Number 6 - November/December 2015 - #122

Adbusters - Volume 23 - Number 6 - November/December 2015 - #122
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Publication Date Nov 2015

Adbusters 122: Manifesto for World Revolution PT. V is set to descend upon the world and kick up that revolutionary spirit. In this issue we gear up for the #BillionPeopleMarch, assess the power of the swarm and the importance of the meme war, in preparation for a showdown with a political elite that refuses to acknowledge our one demand.


  • Jon Rubin on Conflict Kitchen and its battle with censorship.
  • Erik Conway and Naomi Oreskes on climate denialism and the politics shaping science.
  • Linus Rowe contemplates the vapidity of contemporary existence.
  • Evan Kyrie Knappenberger on the radical intersection of jazz, Jesus and anarchism

Also in this issue: We explore Western and Saudi decadence and ask ourselves just how much longer this decadence can last. The jump cut sees a retrofitting and is repurposed to suit our own devices. In the spirit of collage, a recent essay by David Bromwich questioning the role of automation and its utility in the classroom is cut up and reordered. Find a new way to live in the duct tape manifesto, hack the capitalist algorithm and realize that love is the ultimate act of revolution.

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Format Magazine
Months November 2015, December 2015
Language English
Publication Adbusters

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