Tag: vice magazine

The Nightmare World of Gang Stalking

This has many names. Gang stalking, mob stalking, community stalking. You’re in the middle of this ridiculous, irrational impossibility that is real and is happening. First, the Guardian revealed the National Security Agency is collecting telephone records of millions of Verizon customers. To surveil someone through their phones. Certainly through their television sets. The last […]

Revisiting the Glory Days With One of Japan’s Most Violent Biker Gangs

This is Evan, from VICE’s Brooklyn office. Since the 1970s, Japanese biker gangs have had a violent history. Raging war against rival crews and cops. VICE Japan met with some of the most infamous gang members to talk about their glory days and their dying subculture. This is “The Setting Sun.” I don’t care if […]

Inside the Superhuman World of the Iceman

To me, God is cold. You could say that I think of the cold as a noble force. It’s just helping me. It’s training me. It’s bringing me back to the inner nature the way it was meant to be. And there’s a way I do not only endure, the cold, I love the cold.>>We […]

Mission RS: The Electric Superbike of the Future

land-speed records are great for headlines and it’s nice to know where the boundaries lie but it’s far more relevant to say how you get to that speed and how you you utilize that power for a questionably long period of time conventional energy has fueled and dominated the vehicle world but what if a […]

Crossing Mexico’s Other Border

Wir sind jetzt in Guatemala, Tecun Uman. Das ist der Fluss Suchiate. Hier kommen alle auf dem Weg in die USA durch. Alle, die keine Papiere haben, “Wetbacks”. Sie verlangen 10 Quesal oder 20 Pesos (1,30 Euro), nur für die Flussüberquerung. Wenn du keine Papiere, eine Erlaubnis, einen Ausweis oder ein mexikanisches Visum hast, darfst […]

The Gun Markets of Pakistan

[GUNFIRE] SUROOSH ALVI: We’re here in Lahore, Pakistan, in the old city. I’m here visiting family. It’s been about three years since I was in the country. And in that time, the country has gone through insane amounts of change– truly full of deep contradictions. On the one hand, you’ve got this progressive side of […]