Tag Archives: Marc Roberts

Youtube: The Propaganda Model

More or less. Herman and Chomsky, with knob gags…

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Imagine My Surprise…

My friend Marc Roberts put together a fantastic cartoon a few years ago. Here it is as a youtube, with L. Cohen accompanying (unless you’re in Germany, where the video is blocked…)

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Nuclear Power – what a Waste…

This old cartoon by Marc Roberts deserves to spread at least as wide as a plume of.. no, that’s in poor taste…

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Transition cartoon – dumped in it.

Marc Roberts has started a cartoon series about Bob (a human with a suspiciously close resemblance to the man himself) being sent into various possible futures by a couple of Intergalactic Health and Safety Inspectorate aliens. You can see it … Continue reading

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Links 2011-2-22

The brainiac Cosma Shalizi “Reflections on the revolutions in North Africa” with a long quote from Mr Hume and some links (I’ve not looked at yet) Horizons of Significance asking “Do We Need Leaders” (and lovely idea of ‘negative capability‘, … Continue reading

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It’s smaller on the inside…

Marc Roberts‘ transition cartoon series continues. Here’s the latest This is a cross post from the host page at Transition Network.

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Who left the monkeys in charge??

Marc Roberts is starting a new cartoon series, for the Transition Network, loosely based on the “scenarios” of David Holmgren and Stuart Chamberlain. He’ll be posting every Monday and Friday… I for one welcome our new Health and Safety Inspectorating … Continue reading

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