The Deliverators (& Co.)

The Deliverators is a blog by three Texans: Andrew Dobbs, Matthew Gault and Robert Kelly.

Robert has a neat post on the post-election crackdown in Iran, as the Holocaust denier with the gammy leg unleashes a wave of political repression: Iran: Coup and Insurrection, June 13, 2009; on June 2, Robert recounts the reaction to some Greek ‘anarchists’ engaging in some rather dubious behaviour in No True Leftist (also : Notes: Glavin, Hezbollah, Greek Anarchists and Xenophobes, May 30, 2009). Andrew vents his spleen On Marxism, June 9, 2009. Matthew hides Behind the Pink Curtains, May 13, 2009.

AntiCopyright makes available all kindsa cool stuff. For free. Which is BAD for The Economy.

The Idler is not a blog, but a zine. Or: “a bi-annual, book-shaped magazine that campaigns against the work ethic.” I sez: Jobs Jobs Jobs Jobs Jobs Jobs Jobs. Jobs.

I’m pretty sure I’ve flagged Antifascist Calling… before, but if not: here it is again.

Unbelievably, Bübi has been providing Mona Samouni some comfort @ talestotell. (Cats really are wonderful creatures.)

Max Blumenthal is an award-winning journalist and blogger whose articles and video documentaries have appeared in The Daily Beast, The Nation, The Huffington Post,, Al Jazeera English and many other publications. He is a correspondent for The Daily Beast, a research fellow for Media Matters for America and a writing fellow for the Nation Institute. His book, “Republican Gomorrah,” will be published by Basic Books in March, 2009.”

For his troubles, Max recently received an angwy email from some d00d — “Hey max, you piece of shit. Lets meet so I can take you apart piece by piece. You are nothing but a smearing Jew that needs a very good and nice ass kicking.” which brought back fond memories of Mark Bastard’s tender refrains (“I promise you I will beat the fucking shit out of you and then make a black man take a shit in your face… @ndy you’re a fucking idiot mate and you better watch your back because when me and my mates are out and about, if we see you, ur dead… @ndy im still going to bash you, fukn gooknigger scum”. See also : Bloody Massacres, Suicide, Shocking Absence of Common Courtesy: Welcome to the Internets (March 7, 2009).

Ben Pobjie is’s resident satirist. He blogs here. Ben collaborates with Cam (who collaborates with ZOG) to produce a podcast: The Media Ate My Brain. (Note: the comments are a little creepy: Ben & Cam have an obsessive fan in JacqUeline.)

@ndy slackbastard wishes it to be made more generally known to his readership that Yvonne has a blog, “dedicated to attempts by Yvonne of writing, thinking, and sharing. On topics regarding the future, past, and the intricacies of the present. And, to indulge in the practice of referring to oneself in the third person.”

In May, Yvonne noted Yuri Kochiyama’s Womb Remembrance Day: I remember Yuri from such films as All Power to the People (1996) by Lee Lew Lee. It is essential viewing (and should be viewed soon before YouTube pulls the plug on it).

Yuri sez: “The Movement is contagious and awesome because the people in it are the spirit of the Movement. And the Movement will continue because new concerned people will rejuvenate and revitalize this never-ending struggle. It just always makes you want to be part of it.”

I’ve often thought it would be nice if Australia had a Movement…

About @ndy

I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2024 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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2 Responses to The Deliverators (& Co.)

  1. Robert Kelly says:

    Yes, much love. To @ndy’s readers, if you stop by and see anything you like, or hate, leave a comment. We do appreciate it even when we get nasty with them. Think of it like wiping out something bad you’ve done. If you’ve told a lie, leave a comment! It wipes it clean. Just like magic.

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