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Hi I Rubisel and I hope to understand my english.

“Sin Dios” (witout god) is my fanzin, I play in a band it’s “Desobediencia Civil” or civil disobedience, we are anarcho-punx, vegetarians and some vegans, I have some ep”7 if you want exchange, for other material as “photos on actions, squats, concerts, mitings, revolt, this is because I like very much the movements of others places, others fights, others culturs, I can send you photos from mexico to exchange, in my city have some punks, collectives, actions, mitings, concerts, journeys punks, the police is very bastards, the repression is hard, and the young pepple die por the police, the popular groups (workers, farmers, indigenous) are to persecute the leaders and are disappear for the police secret or “guardias blancas” all here is very much expensive and the poors to have which to rob for survival.

Well already not to you bore, I hope to you want exchange some photos and other stuffs.

Health and freedom to all.

Fight back!

I like very much the tape “Parverotti”. well done.


We definitely traded photos and music, but the photos were gone when I had to cut my collection before the old drawer would collapse under the weight.


Dear Keren,

I am very interested in Punk Rock and Hardcore records from Israel. Through MRR I have had news that your publication cover the Israeli Independent scene. Hence I decided to write to you.

I would like if is possible that you could send me any material (magazine, Demo, Record) with general information about your bands and the Development of Punk and HC style in your country.

An issue of Isra-Hell Collective newsletter will be welcome here too (of course.)

Well, thank you very much for your attention and Interest and pealse, don’t hesitate to write me. I’ll be waiting your letter.

With […]:



Oh wow, I don’t even recall receiving any mail from Cuba. I hope I wrote back, although sadly I cannot be sure: in 2000 I was too busy with school and boyfriend and that zine we were making. Also, the reference to the Isra-Hell collective newsletter: that’s something we thought about in 1994 or 1995. From this, as well as from the address (in the late 1990’s the name and the zipcode of my parents’ street changed) I gather that he found my contact details either from a mid-90’s MRR scene report or from 1995 edition of Book Your Own Fuckin Life. Crazy how those zines last (or used to last?) forever.