All official bulletins had the same, well versed and super sharp in the rhetoric, language of a manifesto,claiming no authority or moral superior voice."Above The Law", to use RAID once again. declared in If people refused to change their cruel way of life, exploitation the soil, the animals and other humans, action had to be taken by someone. Why not an animal activist, looking like a crew cut college boy, hooded and with a gun in his hands, as you can spot on the Above The Law album cover.
The bulletins give me much the same impression of a temper and a radical will to put action into words as the official RAF press bulletins which followed every official event of terror and death in the heyday of the extreme leftist group. They spent page after page justifying their violent schedule of bombs going off in supermarkets, killing cops or "pigs", politicians, union bosses, finance elites etc with political arguments grounded on socialist ideology, claiming to be some sort of a western chapter of the Chinese red army or the urban guerrilla of the forthcoming "international communist revolution".
Of course the package, like in "communist edge" and "krishna edge", was a commitment far too big and serious for the punk crowd in the long run.Nevertheless, Muttaqi and some other guys continued moving on, until officially submitting a full conversion to Islam."Vanguard" changed name to "Ahl-i Allah"("People Of Allah").