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Need update[edit]

they are out of prison now, on bail paid by Banksy. [1] —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 12:11, 5 March 2011 (UTC)


I was trying to get information on the "Pussy Riot" as I see this name everywhere on the news. I therefore had a look at their wikipedia page, and then looked at information on "Voina" as I wanted to learn more about feminism in Russia. I was very shocked when consulting external links to end up on pages containing purely pornographic content, without having seen any warning message. I can totally admit that these links illustrate the group's activity, but I think a disclaimer containing a "Not Safe For Work", "Adult Only" or "Pornographic Content" is definitely essential in order to warn users under 18, or simply people who doesn't want to see that kind of images/videos. I edited the article to give a chance to people to avoid ending up facing explicit images without a warning. --SauterelleVerte (talk) 07:03, 30 August 2012 (UTC)

Controversial topic stick to specifics please[edit]

My recent edit of today more accuarately conforms to cited article. "Money was seen as the lubricant of a system they despised. They flatly rejected its use and made the lifting of food and drink from supermarkets, guess what: a form of art."

Pre-edit the article suggested that there was an official collective policy of shoplifting to meet day to day needs, which is not the same thing as an artistic vision of such thefts, which has a long tradition in anarchist thinking and which may occur only sporadically and with a certain degree of fanfare. It may be narcissistic, wrong and self-fulfilling, but such an act conceived as an "art form" is a different matter than such an act as part of a daily routine. The original article is somewhat ambigous, it could mean it either way, so it is best to quote the article to avoid taking a POV. Devilishlyhandsome (talk) 22:42, 10 November 2012 (UTC)


I don't think so... Petya pidarok = "Pete the faggot"

And there's nothing remotely feminist about the museum stunt or the chicken stunt. MaxBrowne (talk) 00:00, 13 November 2012 (UTC)