Poster shows the insignia of the Red Army Faction (a red star with a Heckler & Koch MP5 submachine across it and overlaid with the acronym RAF). Flanking the top point of the star are two probably, unidentified RAF members (a man and a woman). At the head of the poster is a quotation by former political activist George Jackson. He writes that he can only control how he lives not how long. On the lower half of the poster is a lengthy quotation signed "Daniel Viglietti, Chile" who speaks in honor of fallen comrades as well as for those still living who take precise aim at their enemy. He warns of the uselessness of paper against bullets and songs against weapons. Poster in red, white and black.