Once Italy's Great Hope, the Red Brigades have fallen on hard and actually pretty "treacherous" times, but we can commemorate the glory days by wearing these shirts and not informing on all our comrades to the police. And hey, if you get the chance, maybe bring the Italian state to its knees and send the fascists running.
Tags: communism, revolutionary, militants, guerrilla, communist
The FLQ is what you redirect conversation to when an American "friend" brings up the Squamish Five, after which you feel a weird internal revulsion because you just defended Canada, as if you're some sort of patriot shit who can't take it being belittled, but then you remember the FLQ were Quebecois, not Canadian, and you don't know what to make of that what are you doing why has it come to this like what the hell does any of this mean? But then you say Paul Rose had better hair in other pictures and 20 minutes later you're all marveling over how attractive Stalin was when he was young, and you're in a whole other kind of crisis.
Tags: quebec, communist, guerrilla, wanted, quebec-liberation-front
The RAF were a bunch of good folks who were too good for this world, and were largely murdered or arrested. Probably not a day goes by where you don't either want them back or want to restart the group, and one day you will, you totally will, but until then maybe buy the shirt. Then when people see the shirt they'll ask if it's a band, and you'll say "yeah, a guerrilla band," and they'll misinterpret that and think it means underground or something, and you'll say something knowing in response to that, and then like 40 minutes later that person will be hiding MP5s in baby carriages and trying to build a helicopter. After which I'm pretty sure capitalism will go away. (The algorithm has decided "baader meinof" is a better tag than "RAF" and I'm practically in tears.)
Tags: germany, resistance, militant, revolutionary, guerrilla