The STIRRER

Malcontents calling truth to power

Papers

This is where we archive the papers we’ve produced and distributed in the past for various purposes. This page is broken down into sections to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for.

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Local papers – South Essex

These are the papers we produced mainly for local distribution in Thurrock, Basildon and sometimes, Southend-on-Sea. There were a few occasions when they were handed out at some of the larger protests in London. They were also handed out at anarchist bookfairs up until October 2017, after which we vowed to never have a stall at a bookfair ever again.

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You can download a PDF of this paper from here
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You can download a PDF of this paper from here
You can download a PDF of this paper from here
You can download a PDF of this paper from here

Anti-lockdown protest papers

These papers were produced for distribution at a number of anti-lockdown / anti-great reset / anti-vaccine passport protests. They are an experiment in reaching a new audience which, for whatever reason, the left and many anarchists have chosen to ignore. We stand by our efforts in trying to achieve this.

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Independent Working Class Association (IWCA) papers

On this blog we occasionally mention our involvement with the IWCA back in the 2000s. We’ve dug up most of the papers we produced when we stood in the local elections in the Staford East & Corringham Town ward (Thurrock). While ultimately the IWCA experiment with grassroots engagement in our communities didn’t succeed, we learned a lot from the experience. We can hold our heads up and say that we tried our hardest to make a difference…

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