Endgame Premises Archives: 14: We are enculturated to hate life » Page 2

From birth on—and probably from conception, but I’m not sure how I’d make the case—we are individually and collectively enculturated to hate life, hate the natural world, hate the wild, hate wild animals, hate women, hate children, hate our bodies, hate and fear our emotions, hate ourselves. If we did not hate the world, we could not allow it to be destroyed before our eyes. If we did not hate ourselves, we could not allow our homes—and our
bodies—to be poisoned.

Castle Rock Wildlife Advocates Not Going Away

Despite a staged vote by the Castle Rock Town Council (following a sham ‘appeal’ process) to allow the Promenade Mall ecocide project to continue, lovers of life and the planet continue their efforts to save as many prairie dogs as possible. And their efforts continue to draw media attention. http://denver.cbslocal.com/2015/02/19/wildlife-advocates-want-to-protect-prairie-dogs-in-path-of-new-development/ Sadly, Mr. Cudlip had no … Continue reading Castle Rock Wildlife Advocates Not Going Away

How to Stop Off Road Vehicles, Part 2

By Michael Carter, Deep Green Resistance Southwest Coalition Don’t miss How to Stop Off Road Vehicles, Part 1 Law enforcement has been so ineffective in preventing illegal ORV use that citizens are usually left to face the problem on their own. Stopping ORVs isn’t easy, but short of an end to gasoline—which we can’t wait … Continue reading How to Stop Off Road Vehicles, Part 2

Oppression is always tied to resource extraction

Excerpt from the presentation, Tactics and Talking Points: Re-Radicalizing the Fight for Abortion Access, given July 5, 2013 at the Radfem RiseUp conference in Toronto, ON: Mainstream reproductive rights activists in the United States are currently accepting a fictional story about why abortion restrictions are being enacted. A recent article by Andrea Ayres-Deets on the popular … Continue reading Oppression is always tied to resource extraction

Kourtney Mitchell: The Dystopian Culture

By Kourtney Mitchell / Deep Green Resistance A dystopia is a community or society, usually fictional, that is in some important way undesirable or frightening. It is the opposite of a utopia. Such societies appear in many works of fiction, particularly in stories set in a speculative future. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian … Continue reading Kourtney Mitchell: The Dystopian Culture

Alex Rose: Love is a Verb

By Alex Rose / Deep Green Resistance Cascadia We won’t fight for what we don’t know. We won’t die for what we don’t love. Members of normal communities, living communities, love their community. They love their neighbors. They love their sisters and brothers. They are willing to fight for their community. They are willing to … Continue reading Alex Rose: Love is a Verb

450 wolves killed in Montana and Idaho since removal from endangered species list

By Jeremy Hance, Mongabay Less than a year after being pulled off the Endangered Species Act (ESA), gray wolves (Canis lupus) in the western U.S. are facing an onslaught of hunting. The hunting season for wolves has just closed in Montana with 160 individuals killed, around 75 percent of 220-wolf kill quota for the state. … Continue reading 450 wolves killed in Montana and Idaho since removal from endangered species list