Ok, so that's slightly over the top as a heading, but here's issue 9 of Notes From the Borderland, the UK's premier magazine of parapolitics, as published at the October 2009 Anarchist Bookfair in London.
What's in the magazine? Well, try this for size:
1. Showing we are not afraid of debate, 3 pages are handed over to the J7 Campaign.
2. Larry O'Hara then responds in detail, exposing the weaknesses of 7/7 'truth' activism.
3. Heidi Svenson spots Annie Machon in Canada and a curious exhibition on Blackpool sea-front
4. Paul Stott examines Make Wars History, a new political campaign or the 9/11 'truth' movement remixed for a different audience?
5. Beyond the 9/11 Cult. NFB publishes a hard-hitting interview with two refugees from the 9/11 'truth' movement - Louise Evans and Mick Meaney. Read about their experiences.
And that a detailed examination of the BNP's electoral success and the need for anti-fascists to revise their strategy, a critique of the Anarchist Studies Network, book reviews and an update on previous NFB stories, and we think this issue provides something for (almost) everyone.
Notes From the Borderland costs £4, is available from the NFB website, stacks of good bookshops such as Housmans and Freedom in London and parts of the Borders chain. Be informed.