Here is something I don't think I've done before, but I'm reading this book about the Zapatistas and have this sudden urge to be of more assistance. The book itself is a description and disucssion of what the its Introduction calls the first post modern revolution (not a term, I like particularly, but I get it):
The first “postmodern revolution” presented itself to the world through a complex web of propaganda in every available medium: the colorful communiqués of Subcomandante Marcos, the ski masks, uniforms, dolls, murals, songs, and weapons both symbolic and real. By proliferating a profound and resonant set of myths, symbols, and grand historical gestures calculated to reflect their ideologies, organizing methodologies, and cultural values, the Zapatistas helped set into motion a global uprising, and the awareness that behind this uprising is a renewed vision of history.
The Zapatistas have figured out that they need more than the guns they have to build a new society in the middle of an old one.
What can I do? Well, how about publishing their latest communique. The communique is a great example of the way the Zapatistas have gone about things. This, like all the communiques before it, is not bland Marxist tract or a bunch of piled on revolutionary rhetoric. It is something else entirely.
I have lots of friends who have very serious doubts about the whole Zapatista enterprise. You know what? I just think they don't get it. They don't get that this just isn't "your old man's world' anymore.
Anyway, here ya go from Dorset Chiapas Solidarity.
A cat-dog in action. Note how he returns to his secret identity when he is discovered.