Infocult readers probably know about the fine Scarfolk project. This is a British folk horror/satire effort, portraying a small community's particularly dark world:
Scarfolk is a town in North West England that did not progress beyond 1979. Instead, the entire decade of the 1970s loops ad infinitum. Here in Scarfolk, pagan rituals blend seamlessly with science; hauntology is a compulsory subject at school, and everyone must be in bed by 8pm because they are perpetually running a slight fever.
It's an especially Infocultish town.
The Civil Service Quarterly included the poster in a photo of historical publications:
Team Scarfolk caught this on Twitter -
Wow. This has made my week. This is from the government's *own* publication about the history of government communications. They mistakenly included a Scarfolk poster which encourages the killing of children. Clearly, nobody thought it was too extreme. (via @CraigHeap) pic.twitter.com/PITafePTKe
— Scarfolk Council (@Scarfolk) July 20, 2018
Then they sent a hilarious cease and desist letter:
Remember, friends. If you wish to endorse unusual forms of homicide, be sure to follow proper procedure!
(thanks to Ed Webb)