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ziq wrote (edited )

These are the sorta images that could fit with each panel:

Can we move beyond nations and capitalism?

Image of war, panic, destruction? Simplified - 2 soldiers holding guns on each other imprinted on a globe of the Earth.


The same globe, but this time with a smiley face on it?

Hierarchical societies are extremely effective at conquering their neighbors and securing vast fortunes for their rulers.

A greedy king hoarding wealth and resources.

But how does that help you?

Regular people.

This antiquated social system creates:

Climate change, food and water shortages, market instability, rampant inequality and other global crises. Hierarchical models are leading us to unmitigated destruction.

Barren polluted industrial wasteland.

Non-hierarchical societies throughout history have proven better at enabling all people to meet their needs and desires rather than only the fortunate few at the top of the ladder.

Pre-industrial people working together.

We can live in a society with no bosses or bureaucrats; a society with no judges, no police, and no criminals.

Cop beating someone, boss yelling at someone.

No rich or poor.

Anarchy isn't a dirty word.

A horizontal line of people holding hands.

Anarchism is a society free of sexism, homophobia, and transphobia; a society in which the wounds from centuries of enslavement, colonialism, and genocide are finally allowed to heal.

A sunrise?

A world of true equality.

Anarchy symbol over a globe of the Earth.

The only thing keeping us from anarchy is our masochistic habit of legitimizing our own subjugation.

Person leaning a ladder onto another person and attempting to climb them.

We don't need to hold up the soul-crushing hierarchies that cage us.

Person pushing the ladder over to prevent other person from climbing on them.

We don't need to live under tyranny and despair.

Person planting a sapling in industrial wasteland.

If we choose to run our own lives, if we embrace mutual aid with our neighbors and direct action against our oppressors, we can free ourselves.

Dozens of people planting saplings in industrial wasteland.

You matter, your ideas are needed. Join us in a better tomorrow.

Mature forest.

Find out more at:...?


GrimWillow wrote

If I get some time, I can take a shot at putting something together like a comic or something. I like the idea of collaborating to create something here.


Cheeks wrote

Great! Yes. Please do so. I have to admit I am partial 5o the idea of an infographic, but would love to see a comic.


GrimWillow wrote

I might end up having to clip a bunch of text since I'm considering a 1 page (double sided print) foldable booklet. So the end result would be 4 "pages", and each "page" sized 5.5"x8.5"

Infographic might be easier, and a single image would get more online shares, but comics can be quite digestible and accessible in print. We could even do both, why not? Not saying that I would personally do both, but I can give a comic a shot.


ziq wrote (edited )

Find out more at:...? and I guess. Or we could just link to anarchy works. There should be an that redirects to that book on the anarchist library.


Cheeks wrote (edited )

This could work:

Find out more at:

Anarchy Works - Peter Gelderloos