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    Hakim Bey, Chaos: The Broadsheets of Ontological Anarchism Such is the fast-paced world and style of Hakim Bey’s writings. Sporadic and rarely rounded up for interrogation, Bey’s Ontological Anarchism pervades all his writings, on topics as varied as “Islam and Eugenics”[1], “The Information War”[2], “The Evil Eye”[3], a critique of multiculturalism[4], and Celtic-African entheogens[5]. Hakim Bey’s zine writings and early 90’s hipsterism have made him known to some as “The Marco Polo of the

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    Understanding the Underground Dancer

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    is an insurrection that will not last, but even for a single night, the dancer will be "as the victorious Dionysus, who will turn the world into a holiday" (Bey 33). As the dancer walks away, one is left with a feeling inside that something has changed: the world seems like a nicer place. A difference has been made. Works Cited Bey, Hakim. T.A.Z. the Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism (New Autonomy Series). Reprint Edition. Autonomedia, August 1991. Joy Division

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    Chauncey Bailey. According to cleveland.com he was a reporter, working on that time on a short article about the bankruptcy that was said to be caused by a Black Muslim cult; Yusuf Bey IV. Bailey was shot by a masked man in august 2007in Oakland because of the subject of his article and the murder was done by the men of Yusuf Bey IV ... ... middle of paper ... ...n she used in her article. Journalists around the world face a big number of dangers while working on a particular topic or in a defined

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    PAZ's as a concept emerged from Hakim Bey's article Permanent TAZs, going beyond his essentialism of the temporary and that there are instances of the permanent.6 Of course PAZ's were existing before Hakim Bey even developed this concept so his change of mind is somewhat moot in the grand scheme of things. The term PAZ has been used to describe a variety of egalitarian anti-authoritarian projects including, but not limited to: cooperatives, social centers, communes, infoshops, free schools, pirate

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    Jean-Michel Basquiat

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    The neo-expressionist movement in America lasted from the late 70s and came to an end in the early 90s. The movement was a revival of expressionism, a style in which an artist portrays emotional experience into their work (Sandler, 227). It was also a response to the popular art style of the time called minimalism, which involved mostly blank canvases or lines. Neo-expressionism, on the other hand, was raw emotion and chaos. The main figures of the movement were Julian Schnabel, David Salle, and

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    Stephen Duncombe Pdf

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    They affect our ability to think freely, which has a negative impact. According to Hakim Bey, “No more pirate islands! In the future the same technology freed from all political control could make possible an entire world of autonomous zones” (Duncombe 114). The government is neglecting to inform people about the truth and essentially controlling

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    FOA co-Builders  Master (Red beard) Born bey Allah; he was the FOA’s Nutritionist, a 1-14 specialist, he knew a few health food science’s on how to build the perfect body mass. He trained in some kung-fu, fifty-two and dabbled in Black Ninjutsu, but his specialty was in Taekwondo (Note, at that time Taekwondo was not trained just for sport). He was (all round), skilled in the whole one hundred and twenty arsenal and like a God could tell, or show you a little or a great deal of various techniques

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    Cultural Activism and Culture Jamming

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    future will depend on how the Internet plays itself out, whether it eventually will make this form of dissent unavailable through its architecture or through law. It also must depend on how the future of consumerism itself proceeds. Works cited Bey, Hakim Temporary Autonomous Zones Wray, Stefan. Electronic Disturbance Theatre. San Francisco. Autonomedia: 1999. Andre The Giant Has A Posse website. http://www.obeygiant.com/articles.html Felshin, Nina. But Is It Art? The Spirit of Art as Activism

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    bible and religious texts available to the masses rather than just the clergy, so the Internet has given people the means to access spiritual information from other cultures and regions... ... middle of paper ... ...pick=67 accessed 10/1/05 BEY, Hakim, The Information War, http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=64 accessed 10/1/05 http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=82 accessed 10/1/05 http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/faculty/kellner/essays/globalizationtechnopolitics.pdf accessed 10/1/05

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    accumulates very gradually (like mercury poisoning) till eventually it turns pathological. Gnostic dualism exemplifies the extreme position of this disgust by shifting all value from body to "spirit". This idea characterizes what we call "civilization". -Hakim Bey, “Information War”, c-theory a022 Struggles against ‘injustice’ in the 20th century tend to take a drearily similar form. First the advocate recognizes that not all people are equal, next demands that some irrelevant differences are ignored,

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