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  • Fire and Flames Riotwear Hot Summer 2020
    Four brand new designs plus a reprint of a good old evergreen for all you revolutionary sisters, passionate barricade builders, cop haters, rebel footballers and class-conscious workers available now! “Barricades […] read more
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New Fire and Flames Releases


New Fire and Flames Riotwear Clothing

  • Wool Hat “Urban Star” (blue)

    14,90

    Includes 16% sales tax

    Available in various colours.

  • “Revolutionary Sisterhood 2.0” Hoodie

    From 37,90

    Includes 16% sales tax

    This is for all the revolutionary sisters who are told day by day how they have to act and how they have to look like. For all the revolutionary sisters who are told day by day what they have to be able to do and what they are supposed of being unable to do. This is for all the revolutionary sisters who face the struggle against patriarchy every day. For all the revolutionary sisters who stand not against each other but side by side, who will strike down the system of oppression in common solidarity.

    So get your sisters and grab your boxing gloves: From feminist self defense to social revolution – let’s smash the patriarchy together!

  • “Revolutionary Sisterhood 2.0” Slim-Fit Shirt

    From 17,90

    Includes 16% sales tax

    This is for all the revolutionary sisters who are told day by day how they have to act and how they have to look like. For all the revolutionary sisters who are told day by day what they have to be able to do and what they are supposed of being unable to do. This is for all the revolutionary sisters who face the struggle against patriarchy every day. For all the revolutionary sisters who stand not against each other but side by side, who will strike down the system of oppression in common solidarity.

    So get your sisters and grab your boxing gloves: From feminist self defense to social revolution – let’s smash the patriarchy together!

  • “Revolutionary Sisterhood 2.0” T-Shirt

    From 17,90

    Includes 16% sales tax

    This is for all the revolutionary sisters who are told day by day how they have to act and how they have to look like. For all the revolutionary sisters who are told day by day what they have to be able to do and what they are supposed of being unable to do. This is for all the revolutionary sisters who face the struggle against patriarchy every day. For all the revolutionary sisters who stand not against each other but side by side, who will strike down the system of oppression in common solidarity.

    So get your sisters and grab your boxing gloves: From feminist self defense to social revolution – let’s smash the patriarchy together!

  • “Futbol Rebelde” Hoodie

    From 37,90

    Includes 16% sales tax

    “I enjoy making revolution! I enjoy going to football! When one has energy they disperse it every which way. I never understood those which separated these two worlds/universes.”

    The perfect illustration of this statement by the operaist Toni Negri is a Zapatista wall mural in Chiapas, which a comrade reinterpreted in lovingly handwork for this shirt. “Long live the rebellious football” is of course not only a commitment to the round leather, which we ourselves like to chase after or cheer or boo people on, but also a rejection of the capitalization of this beautiful sport. We don’t want overpriced ticket prices, stupid kick-off times because of broadcasting rights and football in front of empty stands just to keep the show on. Football’s alienation from its fans is part of a capitalist alienation in which the market wants to structure and govern our whole lives. But we will continue to live rebellious football, on the football fields, in the ultra and fan groups and the self-organised clubs. Because we love the sport and the revolution!

  • “Futbol Rebelde” Slim-Fit Shirt

    From 17,90

    Includes 16% sales tax

    “I enjoy making revolution! I enjoy going to football! When one has energy they disperse it every which way. I never understood those which separated these two worlds/universes.”

    The perfect illustration of this statement by the operaist Toni Negri is a Zapatista wall mural in Chiapas, which a comrade reinterpreted in lovingly handwork for this shirt. “Long live the rebellious football” is of course not only a commitment to the round leather, which we ourselves like to chase after or cheer or boo people on, but also a rejection of the capitalization of this beautiful sport. We don’t want overpriced ticket prices, stupid kick-off times because of broadcasting rights and football in front of empty stands just to keep the show on. Football’s alienation from its fans is part of a capitalist alienation in which the market wants to structure and govern our whole lives. But we will continue to live rebellious football, on the football fields, in the ultra and fan groups and the self-organised clubs. Because we love the sport and the revolution!

  • “Futbol Rebelde” T-Shirt

    From 17,90

    Includes 16% sales tax

    “I enjoy making revolution! I enjoy going to football! When one has energy they disperse it every which way. I never understood those which separated these two worlds/universes.”

    The perfect illustration of this statement by the operaist Toni Negri is a Zapatista wall mural in Chiapas, which a comrade reinterpreted in lovingly handwork for this shirt. “Long live the rebellious football” is of course not only a commitment to the round leather, which we ourselves like to chase after or cheer or boo people on, but also a rejection of the capitalization of this beautiful sport. We don’t want overpriced ticket prices, stupid kick-off times because of broadcasting rights and football in front of empty stands just to keep the show on. Football’s alienation from its fans is part of a capitalist alienation in which the market wants to structure and govern our whole lives. But we will continue to live rebellious football, on the football fields, in the ultra and fan groups and the self-organised clubs. Because we love the sport and the revolution!

  • “Barricades 4 Dignity” Sweatshirt

    From 35,90

    Includes 16% sales tax

    Of course, it was not only the 30 peso fare increase (the equivalent of almost 4 euro cents) that triggered thousands of people in Santiago de Chile to devastate and burn down metro stations, loot shops and attack the Pacos in the night from October 18 to 19. Rather, it is the 30 years that have passed since the official end of the military dictatorship that are now driving hundreds of thousands of people onto the streets. People are taking the streets to revolt against the unfinished reappraisal of Pinochet’s dictatorship, against the ongoing oppression of the indigenous Mapuche population and against the cruel and dehumanising neo-liberal system that has forced people into poverty, hunger and political incapacitation. “Lucha hasta que la dignidad se haga costumbre” – fighting until dignity becomes normality is one of the central slogans of this revolt. A revolt in which in the destruction of the old the glory of the new appears: people of all ages standing side by side and protect each other at the Riots, discussing in the districts about new forms of the constitution, organizing common food distributions and disinfecting during Corona together the public transportation, whose price increase they prevented, so that the comrades who rely on it do not get infected. This revolt is not only negation but the construction of a new life, a life in which people can live in dignity!

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