Investment in projects in this fund is risky, but promises
extremely high dividends. Assurances of adequate funding for any project
accomplished in this fund maximizes turnover and adds incentive to project
participants to act quickly. This fund is managed by Heath Bunting, who has
shown great staying power as a producer of high-impact cultural dividends
with a sizeable oppositional punch. See also the Cultural Terrorism Agency for additional
HR/HY fundraising strategies.
"Get a famous sportswear manufacturer (or any other giant corporation) to agree, on broadcast or other public media, to sponsor the high-quality education, health care, etc. of a U.S. baby who would otherwise not have access to same--in exchange for having the baby tattooed with the company's logo in the womb or at birth." (Nearly on target.)
"In a clandestine overnight action, replace the greens of a private golf course with edible living plants--corn, tomatoes, etc. The closer to the pro shop or clubhouse the better. Notify local food banks and media that fresh vegetable donations will be available at said courses."
to anyone who can "find and administer a substance to a great number of cattle that will make their beef unfit for consumption, without harming either the cattle's health or that of potential consumers--perhaps by discoloring it."
"Make a substantial number of street cash dispensers in a large city to (periodically, on Fridays) issue the message 'Nothing for beggars on Fridays' instead of cash. This must be reported by the mass media. Preferably, this incident should take place in Russia."Ţ
for a "worker at one of the five biggest mailing and parcel delivery services who can cause several thousand large packages, addressed from one corporation to another, to be delivered instead to social welfare agencies that work with children, during a holiday like Easter or Christmas, with the name and address of the social welfare agencies replacing the originals on the packages."
"Charlton Heston is currently on tour with a new play. Point out flaws in current gun control policy by attending this play and shooting Heston with a metal-covered rubber-band shooter, proving how easy it is to commit a murder under current weapons laws."
"Since U.S. corporations are by law U.S. citizens, it should be possible to marry one. Successfully marry an actual corporation, so that the marriage is legally binding; the event must be reported in the media."
for "a worker at a news bureau to substitute several minutes of old sitcom clips for news clips during a prime-time news hour. The clips must be shown, must be seen by a large number of television viewers, and must be extensively reported on."
"Cash in on the 'protect the children' hysteria by creating a study showing that law officers pretending to be children on the internet are encouraging or even creating child molesters. Also, show that sex offenders are using the sex offender registries to meet each other."
for "an employee of one of the three largest car manufacturers in the U.S. who causes at least hundreds of cars to be shipped with gas tanks that have a capacity of between half a gallon and a gallon of gas only (the cars should be able to go about eighteen miles before refueling). At least some of the cars must be sold, and the media must report on it."
"A reward is being offered to any Lacrosse team that defends people's right to gather at the IMF protests in Washington DC by catching and returning tear gas canisters before they even hit the ground. Must be reported in the media."
to "alter the bootup splash screen of a popular computer operating system so that the logo of a rival company, or a rock, is displayed smashing through it instead. A worker in the assembly or testing departments of DELL, Gateway, Compaq, etc. could, after testing, overwrite the existing splash screen file with a new one, which can be provided by WTO/GATT upon request. A number of the computer/operating system must be sold thus, and it must be reported in the press."
for "a worker at a major metropolitan newspaper who significantly alters an issue (e.g. changes most of the article text) in an interesting way. A good number of issues must see the light of day, and the media must report on it."