The Zombie Rights Campaign Blog

Libaries in Minnesota Promoting Anti-Zombie Hatred to Kids

| July 31, 2011

Here’s a depressing tale about how some libraries in Minnesota have decided that hate literature is the best way to promote reading to impressionable kids: Dakota County library sessions on zombie survival expands kids’ braaaaaains! … Zombies are the flesh-eating walking dead of movies and games. Should they ever actually roam the earth, Dakota County [...]

The ZRC Responds to ZRS Comic-Con Panel

| July 30, 2011

The so-called ‘Zombie Research Society’, who seem to have never conducted any actual research on Zombies beyond skimming previous works of Anti-Zombie prejudice and extrapolating from hate fiction, had a panel at Comic-Con this year, and they shot video. Naturally we feel the need to respond to their allegations and slanders. Here’s the first part [...]

New Anti-Zombie App ‘Zombie Gunship’ Echoes Grim Warfare Imagery

| July 30, 2011

I’ve thought that Anti-Zombie media was getting more militaristic for some time, whether it’s the transition from early Survival Horror games like Resident Evil to more martial and ammunition-laden titles like Left 4 Dead and the Call of Duty Zombie levels. Likewise, Army Times recently disgraced itself peddling violent Anti-Zombie imagery to the American military [...]

‘Dead Island’ Illustrates Australian Government’s Hypocrisy

| July 29, 2011

The ZRC has good friends in Australia, and we want them to know we’re not trying to pick on their government specifically. However, the fact remains that the politics surrounding the Differently Animated in Australia are, remarkably, in many ways even *less* congenial than in the United States or Europe. We’ve previously reported on the [...]

Army Times Publishes Ancillary Bibliography of Hate

| July 29, 2011

Ever want to know how you ‘research’ a truly odious call for violence against Undead Americans? Well, thankfully for the study of propaganda by future generations, the Army Times published a couple of additional pieces to complement their clarion call for hatred that we earlier savaged here on the ZRC blog. First up is a [...]

Army Times Runs Highly Offensive ‘Zombie Deployment Guide’ Piece

| July 29, 2011

I knew there would be negative consequences from the extremely inappropriate and highly discriminatory CDC blog post about the ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ from a couple of months back but I have to say I wasn’t expecting this from the Army Times: The U.S. government is now acknowledging what many have feared for years: The zombies are [...]

Zombies Doing Good, Media Doing Bad, Dublin Edition

| July 28, 2011

Last Saturday it appears that a major Zombie Walk to benefit the RNLI (a lifeboat charity, believe it or not) and the Irish Cancer Society was held in Dublin, but unfortunately once again the biased media has to get their licks in even when Zombies are out there doing good: Gallery: Zombies attack buses in [...]

Zombie Rights at Comic-Con

| July 28, 2011

No, we couldn’t be there in person this year, but apparently someone sympathetic to The Movement was! A march for zombie civil rights: In the aftermath of 2011’s fifth-annual Zombie Walk on Saturday, one “walker” was spotted carrying a sign reading, in appropriately mangled English: “Legalize same zombie sex marriage Support ilegal zombie immigration Keep [...]

Hot Topic Again Goes After the Differently Animated

| July 28, 2011

Ok, seriously, for a mall store catering to teenagers who don’t know what a well-printed t-shirt looks like, Hot Topic is managing to push a lot of ZRC buttons. We’ve talked previously about their Anti-Zombiism on the blog, but this shirt really makes it official: Killing zombies may sound like fun, but after a while [...]

Xbox Again Pushes Anti-Zombie Content Hard

| July 27, 2011

The Xbox 360 has clearly become one of the central fronts in the battle against Anti-Zombie media, with its continued exclusives and early releases of Anti-Zombie games. As previously discussed, however, the Marketplace for Xbox downloadable games is a hotbed of Anti-Zombie media, and Microsoft seemingly has no problem letting legions of Living Supremacist developers [...]