Mind Invaders: A Reader in Psychic Warfare, Cultural Sabotage and Semiotic Terrorism

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Stewart Home
Serpent's Tail, 1997 - Social Science - 210 pages
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In London, the Association of Autonomous Astronauts are expanding the terrain of social struggle, launching an independent proletarian space exploration programme. Future ventures shall include raves in space. In Italy, the Bologna Psychogeographical Association are helping to levitate government buildings and playing mind games with prime-time TV. Meanwhile their London counterparts are busy exposing the macabre occult practices of the British Royal Family, and Decadent Action plot to bring capitalism to its knees through a programme of exorbitant shopping sprees leading to hyper-inflation. Break out the champagne and canap?s! The material collected here will turn your brain inside out, providing the most serious challenge to consensus reality since Albert Hoffman first synthesised LSD. Read it and you'll never be the same again!

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That the pointlessness of modern life should be pushed into further pointlessness until collapse. Luther Blisset ftw Read full review

Contents

Piss Manifesto Mandy B
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Tenpoint guide to being a cult artist Luther Blissett
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Viva Neoism Luther Blissett
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Copyright

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Stewart Home is an art 'terrorist', writer and lecturer who lives in Scotland. He is the author of Mind Invaders, Blow Job, Come Before Christ and Murder Love, and Slow Death, and the editor of Suspect Device.

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