"[Anarchist Monthly] used to write special reports about the president. I saw the guy who wrote for that magazine being taken away to prison. Being imprisoned for telling the truth... That's downright wrong!!!"
The Anarchist Monthly are written articles in Final Fantasy VIII, found in the mission briefing room in the Forest Owls' base. Each Magazine contains information about the dictator Vinzer Deling and is written in the form of revolutionistic persuasion. Originating from Timber it seems the magazine only lasted for four issues before being shut down.
Anarchist Monthly 1st IssueEdit
Galbadia's dictator, President Vinzer Deling Special! How does he stay in power!? We reveal his darkest secrets!!!
Anarchist Monthly 2nd IssueEdit
President Deling became the president after the 2nd Sorceress War ended. To gain support quickly, he carried out the invasion of Timber. It was only a ploy to decorate an already corrupt man's immoral career... Our land Timber was brutally destroyed. Here began Vinzer Deling's road to dictatorship...
Anarchist Monthly 3rd IssueEdit
To imprison anti-government sympathizers, the D-District Prison was built in the desert south of Deling City. Millions were spent to build the facility. The threat of being sent to the prison intensified Deling's unpopularity. The prison began imprisoning Galbadian anti-government sympathizers just as they did in Timber. Moreover, the leaders of the resistance movements faced the threat of having family members imprisoned as well. Around this time, Deling began surrounding himself only with loyalists, which turned him into an even more fierce dictator.
Anarchist Monthly Final IssueEdit
With the exception of Esthar, the Galbadian Military possesses the world's only long range missiles. Although never used in combat, their existence has become a worldwide threat. It is said that the missiles have the ability to hit any target with astounding accuracy even without using radio signals. Will the time come for the president to push the button!? When the time comes, Ti... (The print was blurred on the last part.)