FIGHTBACK becomes a trans-Tasman socialist website and magazine

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Fightback Becomes A Trans Tasman Socialist Website And Magazine

Project 2018-03-05 18:10:52 +1300

WILL FIGHTBACK CONTINUE? YOU DECIDE!

Dear comrades and friends:

Since 2012, Fightback has produced media for the socialist and radical Left in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Our work has alsoreached outside this country; some of our material has been translated into other languages, and republished as far afield as Austria and Ukraine.

We’ve aimed to provide analysis and information which bridges the gap between the world of academic journals and the world of activists on the street. We’ve attempted to apply cutting-edge social justice theory to the everyday movements against capitalism and the capitalist, colonial, patriarchal state in this country.

We don’t uphold any particular ideological “dogma”. Instead, we have tried to synthesize the best that the Marxist tradition has to offer with the insights of the queer/trans, feminist, and tino rangatira literature.

In the past few years in particular, we’ve produced “special issues” (on Women, Youth activism and Pasefika activism in particular) which have not only solicited writing from outside the “usual suspects” of the Marxist left, but successfully fundraised so that contributors could be reimbursed for their work, something which is disturbingly rare even on the radical left.

But if you want all this to continue, it’s time to contribute. Fightback needs your financial support or we will cease to exist. It’s that simple.

Our most recent conference decided to make the push for Fightback to become a trans-Tasman journal of the radical and activist Left. In the modern era of free movement across the Tasman, “Australasia” is becoming a reality in a way it has not been since the 19th century. So many New Zealanders (tauiwi as well as tangata whenua) now live and work in Australia – and decisions made in one country increasingly impact the other, as the inter-governmental controversy surrounding the Manus Island detention camp shows.

We wish to crucially engage socialists from both sides of the Tasman – in particular, socialists from Aotearoa living and working in Australia – to continue the lines of analysis and directions of organisation which we have being pursuing. Beyond the dogmas of “sect Marxism”; beyond national boundaries; towards a genuinely decolonized, democratic, feminist and queer-friendly anti-capitalism.

This will cost money. In New Zealand terms, we will need at least $3,000 to continue our schedule of producing 4 print magazines a year, including paying writers for a Special Issue on Accessibility. Our minimum goal – $1,100 – would cover an online-only media project including an e-publication, also paying writers for the Accessibility issue.

The financial question is a political question. If what Fightback has been doing since 2012 is of value to socialists in Aotearoa/New Zealand – and if our vision for the future inspires people on both sides of the Tasman – then our friends and comrades simply have to put their money where their sympathies lie. Otherwise, the project will come to an end this year. It really is as simple as that.

If you like what we do, please support our crowdfunding appeal, to the extent you possibly can. And if you can’t support financially – please, raise your hand to help us with writing, web design, proof reading or the thousand and one other little jobs that unpaid volunteers have been doing over the last six years. We really look forward to hearing from you.

 

In solidarity,

Daphne Lawless

co-ordinating editor (NZ-based), Fightback

 

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VICTORY! Fightback will become a trans-Tasman media project after over-achieving our fundraising target

09/04/2018 at 1:29 PM

Dearest comrades and friends:

Wow, what a roller-coaster it’s been. But we are happy to announce that the Fightback PledgeMe campaign successfully raised $1340 in pledges – more than enough to go ahead with our mission to become a trans-Tasman website and magazine of the radical activist Left. 23 comrades contributed, with pledges ranging from a welcome $5 to a staggering $200.

The financial question is a political one, and the fundraiser was not simply about whether we could play our website and printing bills, or fund contributors to our projected Accessibility issue. The question was: is there enough support out there for Fightback to keep doing what we have been doing? We are very, very pleased that the answer was Yes.

There will, of course, be some changes in how we work. Given the relatively small numbers of people prepared to pay money for a printed magazine, Fightback will now shift mainly to an online and EPUB/PDF format, with printed issues available for libraries, institutions, and people who just like things on paper and are prepared to pay. We will be contacting all our existing subscribers to gauge their preferences.

Fightback supporters in Aotearoa and in Australia – and around the world – will now start getting organised for our first issue of 2018, on Fascism and Anti-Fascism. We hope to have a call for submissions and a deadline out by the end of this week.

Lastly, for those who wanted to contribute but came in late – Fightback is looking into activating a Patreon so you can support us regularly.

Once again, thank you all so much. The struggle continues.

In solidarity,

Daphne Lawless

Fightback co-ordinating editor (Aotearoa-based)

SIX DAYS! 90 DOLLARS! Will we make it?

03/04/2018 at 4:59 PM

Dear comrades and friends:

We are coming down to the wire. Nothing more than NINETY (90) dollars remain between Fightback continuing to exist as a source for trans-Tasman radical and activist ideas and analysis... and ceasing to exist altogether.

Please don't think that the existing Fightback crew will be able to make up the balance ourselves. Honestly - we've already committed our meager resources. And expecting activism and political analysis to self-fund is ... well, frankly, one of the reasons why so much activism and political analysis is poor quality these days. We can't afford to be "cheapskates" when the future of our movement, or possibly the planet itself, is on the line.

There are only two ways we can get over the line from here:

  1. Any or all our existing donors could just go the extra mile, increase their existing pledge. We could probably whip up some last minute digital award for anyone who did so... and if you all did so by only $5, that would do it!
  2. We need some of you comrades out there who haven't pledged yet to DO IT. NOW. Maybe you were waiting for payday? Maybe you were hoping we could reach the target without you? It doesn't matter. You have six days to do so or there is no more Fightback. Even just $5 will get us more than 5% of the way there.

Hopefully, next time you hear from me is the celebratory post when we reach target. The alternative is... well, too horrid to think about right now. It would suck, immeasurably so, to get so close and fail.

Yours in solidarity and in hope,

Daphne Lawless

Fightback coordinating editor (Aotearoa)

Two weeks to go - ALMOST!... but not quite

27/03/2018 at 4:14 PM

Well done, everyone! With 14 days left in our campaign we are almost exactly 90% of the way there. Only $125 left to pledge (less than $10 a day!) to make sure Fightback puts out another four issues of analysis which challenges and provokes the activist Left, in Australia and in Aotearoa. We're beginning to put together the research and writing for our "Fascism and anti-fascism" issue as we speak - and, for a little taste, we'd like to introduce you to a very good article which recently came out of the United States on the issue of fascist ideas spreading among the Left. https://hummusforthought.com/2018/03/16/the-multipolar-spin-how-fascists-operationalize-left-wing-resentment/

It's noteworthy that in the last week we got (amongst others) one donation for $5, and one for $200. Of course, we're desperately grateful, and a bit humbled, by the later. But as I said last week, the former is just as important. We assume that everyone who pledges is doing what they can. As socialists, we certainly don't think the comrade pledging $200 likes us 40 times as much as the comrade pledging $5. In fact, the more $5 donations we get, the more it will show us that our base is wide. We want to know that our ideas and analysis are useful to and get buy-in from people on the edge, working people, students and beneficiaries whose need for ideas to fight with is no less than that of the academics or the "professional activism".

Simply put - if you like what Fightback is doing, and you possibly can, give us a donation, no matter how small. It's another "vote" that we're doing something right.

Will we reach our basic goal within the next seven days? Tune in next week to find out!

in solidarity

Daphne Lawless

Fightback coordinating editor (Aotearoa-based)

Two-thirds gone - every pledge counts!

19/03/2018 at 7:16 PM

Dear comrades and friends!

We continue to be humbled and pleased by your commitment to Fightback's project. We are now only $NZ 390 away from guaranteeing that Fightback will be around for one more year, at least, to push radical left activist thinking forward in Australasia.

We are particularly happy that so many of you have actually pledged, not only the $50 "Card Carrying Communist" reward, but actually DOUBLE that, with a pledge of $100! Since I don't imagine we have that many millionaires following our work, to have followers who support our mission to that extent is simply breathtaking.

However, we can't assume that anyone else is still out there who is that generous or well-resourced. So I would like to particularly beg every single person reading this who values Fightback in any way - please pledge what you can, even a measly $5! Recent figures suggest that our Facebook page reached 881 people over the last month. If even 10% of those people pledged a measly $5, we would reach our goal!

I know that it's not intuitive in the second decade of the 21st century to pay for online content. But, once again, the financial question is a political question. This is the modern equivalent of Bolsheviks, Wobblies and other socialists and social democrats going down to the factories or mines to collect for the Party paper.

Fightback is not worth anything if it is a small group of slightly odd individuals talking to themselves. We don't do this for the good of our health. We are trying to build a new type of socialist movement, based around socialist ideals for the 21st century. It would be nice if some kindly donor gave us the full $1200 or $3000 in a lump sum. But that would not solve the political issue. Only lots of little donations from working people who can't spare much, but see something of value in our work, will do that. We want all of you who want a new kind of socialist movement to see Fightback as your website, your mag, your voice.

Anyway, to whet your appetite: if we do reach our goal, you have the following magazine issues to look forward to in 2018:

  • Fascism and Anti-Fascism
  • What is Capitalism?
  • Accessibility
  • Migrant work in Australia and New Zealand

Until next update.

In solidarity,

Daphne Lawless

Fightback coordinating editor (Aotearoa-based)

Halfway to our basic goal... much more to do

12/03/2018 at 7:47 PM

Comrades and friends:

 

This is a great start! Less than 1 week into our campaign, we've reached a total of $610 in pledges - halfway to our basic goal of making sure that Fightback can continue, as a website and an e-publication.

 

However, we're not there yet. And we're even further away from the $3,000 we would need to continue as a print publication. Some might say that print is old hat, unnecessary in the 21st century. But many people still prefer to read things on paper. And it's quite difficult to hand an e-publication to someone you meet on a picket line or a demonstration.

 

Fightback still thinks that print has a role to play. But it's all down to funding.

 

The other issue is that we've got some big pledges from a few comrades. And believe me, we're stupidly thankful for that! But what we'd really like to see is lots of little pledges, from workers, students, beneficiaries or carers who can't afford much but still like what Fightback is doing and want to see us keep doing it.

For that reason, we've added a new reward - for a $5 minimum contribution, you get a complimentary copy of our first issue for 2018. (Projected theme is: "Fascism and anti-fascism.")

 

So, if anything that Fightback has been doing over the last 6 or so years has appealed to you, excited you, challenged you, or in any other way you'd be sad to see us go... please contribute. Five measly NZ capitalist dollars would be much appreciated, if you can spare it. If you've already pledged, please forward our appeal around your circles, to anyone else you think might be interested! And if you can't spare any money, but still want to help... please let us know.

 

In solidarity,

 

Daphne Lawless

Fightback NZ-based coordinating editor

    Pledgers 23

    Crussel Row
    2018-04-07 01:01:09 +1200
    Len Arthur
    2018-04-03 22:58:41 +1200

    "We need to keep international socialism going around the world."

    Gordon Findlay
    2018-04-03 17:06:17 +1200
    Jill Burnell
    2018-03-30 06:49:06 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2018-03-26 21:19:38 +1300
    Benjamin Wylie-van Eerd
    2018-03-26 13:04:05 +1300
    Regan
    2018-03-23 10:27:25 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2018-03-23 09:33:16 +1300
    Diego Compa
    2018-03-18 01:43:18 +1300
    Gordon Findlay
    2018-03-17 19:09:57 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2018-03-17 13:58:41 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2018-03-12 08:12:42 +1300
    Bruce Anderson
    2018-03-11 13:00:42 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2018-03-10 15:34:50 +1300
    P. Thompson
    2018-03-10 14:55:11 +1300
    Jules alford
    2018-03-10 00:20:24 +1300
    Cameron Archibald
    2018-03-08 14:06:58 +1300
    Andy Wilson
    2018-03-07 20:53:23 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2018-03-07 11:54:58 +1300
    Martin Child
    2018-03-07 08:44:56 +1300
    Nic Burton
    2018-03-07 00:12:03 +1300

    "Communism will win"

    Ella
    2018-03-06 21:07:18 +1300

    "I love your content and really hope you hit your targets. Ngā mihi! "

    Anonymous pledger
    2018-03-06 20:53:09 +1300

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    Fightback Becomes A Trans Tasman Socialist Website And Magazine

    Project 2018-03-05 18:10:52 +1300

    WILL FIGHTBACK CONTINUE? YOU DECIDE!

    Dear comrades and friends:

    Since 2012, Fightback has produced media for the socialist and radical Left in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Our work has alsoreached outside this country; some of our material has been translated into other languages, and republished as far afield as Austria and Ukraine.

    We’ve aimed to provide analysis and information which bridges the gap between the world of academic journals and the world of activists on the street. We’ve attempted to apply cutting-edge social justice theory to the everyday movements against capitalism and the capitalist, colonial, patriarchal state in this country.

    We don’t uphold any particular ideological “dogma”. Instead, we have tried to synthesize the best that the Marxist tradition has to offer with the insights of the queer/trans, feminist, and tino rangatira literature.

    In the past few years in particular, we’ve produced “special issues” (on Women, Youth activism and Pasefika activism in particular) which have not only solicited writing from outside the “usual suspects” of the Marxist left, but successfully fundraised so that contributors could be reimbursed for their work, something which is disturbingly rare even on the radical left.

    But if you want all this to continue, it’s time to contribute. Fightback needs your financial support or we will cease to exist. It’s that simple.

    Our most recent conference decided to make the push for Fightback to become a trans-Tasman journal of the radical and activist Left. In the modern era of free movement across the Tasman, “Australasia” is becoming a reality in a way it has not been since the 19th century. So many New Zealanders (tauiwi as well as tangata whenua) now live and work in Australia – and decisions made in one country increasingly impact the other, as the inter-governmental controversy surrounding the Manus Island detention camp shows.

    We wish to crucially engage socialists from both sides of the Tasman – in particular, socialists from Aotearoa living and working in Australia – to continue the lines of analysis and directions of organisation which we have being pursuing. Beyond the dogmas of “sect Marxism”; beyond national boundaries; towards a genuinely decolonized, democratic, feminist and queer-friendly anti-capitalism.

    This will cost money. In New Zealand terms, we will need at least $3,000 to continue our schedule of producing 4 print magazines a year, including paying writers for a Special Issue on Accessibility. Our minimum goal – $1,100 – would cover an online-only media project including an e-publication, also paying writers for the Accessibility issue.

    The financial question is a political question. If what Fightback has been doing since 2012 is of value to socialists in Aotearoa/New Zealand – and if our vision for the future inspires people on both sides of the Tasman – then our friends and comrades simply have to put their money where their sympathies lie. Otherwise, the project will come to an end this year. It really is as simple as that.

    If you like what we do, please support our crowdfunding appeal, to the extent you possibly can. And if you can’t support financially – please, raise your hand to help us with writing, web design, proof reading or the thousand and one other little jobs that unpaid volunteers have been doing over the last six years. We really look forward to hearing from you.

     

    In solidarity,

    Daphne Lawless

    co-ordinating editor (NZ-based), Fightback

     

    Comments

    VICTORY! Fightback will become a trans-Tasman media project after over-achieving our fundraising target

    09/04/2018 at 1:29 PM

    Dearest comrades and friends:

    Wow, what a roller-coaster it’s been. But we are happy to announce that the Fightback PledgeMe campaign successfully raised $1340 in pledges – more than enough to go ahead with our mission to become a trans-Tasman website and magazine of the radical activist Left. 23 comrades contributed, with pledges ranging from a welcome $5 to a staggering $200.

    The financial question is a political one, and the fundraiser was not simply about whether we could play our website and printing bills, or fund contributors to our projected Accessibility issue. The question was: is there enough support out there for Fightback to keep doing what we have been doing? We are very, very pleased that the answer was Yes.

    There will, of course, be some changes in how we work. Given the relatively small numbers of people prepared to pay money for a printed magazine, Fightback will now shift mainly to an online and EPUB/PDF format, with printed issues available for libraries, institutions, and people who just like things on paper and are prepared to pay. We will be contacting all our existing subscribers to gauge their preferences.

    Fightback supporters in Aotearoa and in Australia – and around the world – will now start getting organised for our first issue of 2018, on Fascism and Anti-Fascism. We hope to have a call for submissions and a deadline out by the end of this week.

    Lastly, for those who wanted to contribute but came in late – Fightback is looking into activating a Patreon so you can support us regularly.

    Once again, thank you all so much. The struggle continues.

    In solidarity,

    Daphne Lawless

    Fightback co-ordinating editor (Aotearoa-based)

    SIX DAYS! 90 DOLLARS! Will we make it?

    03/04/2018 at 4:59 PM

    Dear comrades and friends:

    We are coming down to the wire. Nothing more than NINETY (90) dollars remain between Fightback continuing to exist as a source for trans-Tasman radical and activist ideas and analysis... and ceasing to exist altogether.

    Please don't think that the existing Fightback crew will be able to make up the balance ourselves. Honestly - we've already committed our meager resources. And expecting activism and political analysis to self-fund is ... well, frankly, one of the reasons why so much activism and political analysis is poor quality these days. We can't afford to be "cheapskates" when the future of our movement, or possibly the planet itself, is on the line.

    There are only two ways we can get over the line from here:

    1. Any or all our existing donors could just go the extra mile, increase their existing pledge. We could probably whip up some last minute digital award for anyone who did so... and if you all did so by only $5, that would do it!
    2. We need some of you comrades out there who haven't pledged yet to DO IT. NOW. Maybe you were waiting for payday? Maybe you were hoping we could reach the target without you? It doesn't matter. You have six days to do so or there is no more Fightback. Even just $5 will get us more than 5% of the way there.

    Hopefully, next time you hear from me is the celebratory post when we reach target. The alternative is... well, too horrid to think about right now. It would suck, immeasurably so, to get so close and fail.

    Yours in solidarity and in hope,

    Daphne Lawless

    Fightback coordinating editor (Aotearoa)

    Two weeks to go - ALMOST!... but not quite

    27/03/2018 at 4:14 PM

    Well done, everyone! With 14 days left in our campaign we are almost exactly 90% of the way there. Only $125 left to pledge (less than $10 a day!) to make sure Fightback puts out another four issues of analysis which challenges and provokes the activist Left, in Australia and in Aotearoa. We're beginning to put together the research and writing for our "Fascism and anti-fascism" issue as we speak - and, for a little taste, we'd like to introduce you to a very good article which recently came out of the United States on the issue of fascist ideas spreading among the Left. https://hummusforthought.com/2018/03/16/the-multipolar-spin-how-fascists-operationalize-left-wing-resentment/

    It's noteworthy that in the last week we got (amongst others) one donation for $5, and one for $200. Of course, we're desperately grateful, and a bit humbled, by the later. But as I said last week, the former is just as important. We assume that everyone who pledges is doing what they can. As socialists, we certainly don't think the comrade pledging $200 likes us 40 times as much as the comrade pledging $5. In fact, the more $5 donations we get, the more it will show us that our base is wide. We want to know that our ideas and analysis are useful to and get buy-in from people on the edge, working people, students and beneficiaries whose need for ideas to fight with is no less than that of the academics or the "professional activism".

    Simply put - if you like what Fightback is doing, and you possibly can, give us a donation, no matter how small. It's another "vote" that we're doing something right.

    Will we reach our basic goal within the next seven days? Tune in next week to find out!

    in solidarity

    Daphne Lawless

    Fightback coordinating editor (Aotearoa-based)

    Two-thirds gone - every pledge counts!

    19/03/2018 at 7:16 PM

    Dear comrades and friends!

    We continue to be humbled and pleased by your commitment to Fightback's project. We are now only $NZ 390 away from guaranteeing that Fightback will be around for one more year, at least, to push radical left activist thinking forward in Australasia.

    We are particularly happy that so many of you have actually pledged, not only the $50 "Card Carrying Communist" reward, but actually DOUBLE that, with a pledge of $100! Since I don't imagine we have that many millionaires following our work, to have followers who support our mission to that extent is simply breathtaking.

    However, we can't assume that anyone else is still out there who is that generous or well-resourced. So I would like to particularly beg every single person reading this who values Fightback in any way - please pledge what you can, even a measly $5! Recent figures suggest that our Facebook page reached 881 people over the last month. If even 10% of those people pledged a measly $5, we would reach our goal!

    I know that it's not intuitive in the second decade of the 21st century to pay for online content. But, once again, the financial question is a political question. This is the modern equivalent of Bolsheviks, Wobblies and other socialists and social democrats going down to the factories or mines to collect for the Party paper.

    Fightback is not worth anything if it is a small group of slightly odd individuals talking to themselves. We don't do this for the good of our health. We are trying to build a new type of socialist movement, based around socialist ideals for the 21st century. It would be nice if some kindly donor gave us the full $1200 or $3000 in a lump sum. But that would not solve the political issue. Only lots of little donations from working people who can't spare much, but see something of value in our work, will do that. We want all of you who want a new kind of socialist movement to see Fightback as your website, your mag, your voice.

    Anyway, to whet your appetite: if we do reach our goal, you have the following magazine issues to look forward to in 2018:

    • Fascism and Anti-Fascism
    • What is Capitalism?
    • Accessibility
    • Migrant work in Australia and New Zealand

    Until next update.

    In solidarity,

    Daphne Lawless

    Fightback coordinating editor (Aotearoa-based)

    Halfway to our basic goal... much more to do

    12/03/2018 at 7:47 PM

    Comrades and friends:

     

    This is a great start! Less than 1 week into our campaign, we've reached a total of $610 in pledges - halfway to our basic goal of making sure that Fightback can continue, as a website and an e-publication.

     

    However, we're not there yet. And we're even further away from the $3,000 we would need to continue as a print publication. Some might say that print is old hat, unnecessary in the 21st century. But many people still prefer to read things on paper. And it's quite difficult to hand an e-publication to someone you meet on a picket line or a demonstration.

     

    Fightback still thinks that print has a role to play. But it's all down to funding.

     

    The other issue is that we've got some big pledges from a few comrades. And believe me, we're stupidly thankful for that! But what we'd really like to see is lots of little pledges, from workers, students, beneficiaries or carers who can't afford much but still like what Fightback is doing and want to see us keep doing it.

    For that reason, we've added a new reward - for a $5 minimum contribution, you get a complimentary copy of our first issue for 2018. (Projected theme is: "Fascism and anti-fascism.")

     

    So, if anything that Fightback has been doing over the last 6 or so years has appealed to you, excited you, challenged you, or in any other way you'd be sad to see us go... please contribute. Five measly NZ capitalist dollars would be much appreciated, if you can spare it. If you've already pledged, please forward our appeal around your circles, to anyone else you think might be interested! And if you can't spare any money, but still want to help... please let us know.

     

    In solidarity,

     

    Daphne Lawless

    Fightback NZ-based coordinating editor

      Crussel Row
      2018-04-07 01:01:09 +1200
      Len Arthur
      2018-04-03 22:58:41 +1200

      "We need to keep international socialism going around the world."

      Gordon Findlay
      2018-04-03 17:06:17 +1200
      Jill Burnell
      2018-03-30 06:49:06 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2018-03-26 21:19:38 +1300
      Benjamin Wylie-van Eerd
      2018-03-26 13:04:05 +1300
      Regan
      2018-03-23 10:27:25 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2018-03-23 09:33:16 +1300
      Diego Compa
      2018-03-18 01:43:18 +1300
      Gordon Findlay
      2018-03-17 19:09:57 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2018-03-17 13:58:41 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2018-03-12 08:12:42 +1300
      Bruce Anderson
      2018-03-11 13:00:42 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2018-03-10 15:34:50 +1300
      P. Thompson
      2018-03-10 14:55:11 +1300
      Jules alford
      2018-03-10 00:20:24 +1300
      Cameron Archibald
      2018-03-08 14:06:58 +1300
      Andy Wilson
      2018-03-07 20:53:23 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2018-03-07 11:54:58 +1300
      Martin Child
      2018-03-07 08:44:56 +1300
      Nic Burton
      2018-03-07 00:12:03 +1300

      "Communism will win"

      Ella
      2018-03-06 21:07:18 +1300

      "I love your content and really hope you hit your targets. Ngā mihi! "

      Anonymous pledger
      2018-03-06 20:53:09 +1300

      Followers of FIGHTBACK becomes a trans-Tasman socialist website and magazine

      This campaign was successful and got its funding on 09/04/2018 at 12:00 AM.