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Film Review: “First Reformed” Fails to Deliver on Environmental Themes

     by Max Wilbert / Deep Green Resistance “And for destroying the destroyers of the earth…” — Revelations, 11-18 The film “First Reformed” has an interesting premise. Toller (Ethan Hawke) is the sad, solitary  pastor of a small church who is asked to help Michael (Philip Ettinger), an activist and member of his congregation, … Continue reading Film Review: “First Reformed” Fails to Deliver on Environmental Themes

Poetry: Positive Feedback & Tree Waltz

by Linh Nguyen Positive Feedback ever wonder why we destroy something so beautiful? that river where our blood runs beating in measured harmonies to life surrounding, singing in glory that forest of trails where we once walked joy escaping through quaking leaves, each footstep lighting stories, inspiring movies, music, and poetry that ocean of our … Continue reading Poetry: Positive Feedback & Tree Waltz

On the road to home from Standing Rock

Jennifer Murnan / Deep Green Resistance Colorado Thin Blue Line Flagged two times Curious? “The Line is what police officers protect, the barrier between anarchy and a civilized society, between order and chaos, between respect for decency and lawlessness.” Blue line Slap down Smack down Dogs dripping blood Mace Tear gas Pepper spray Pushing Violating … Continue reading On the road to home from Standing Rock

“Daily Affirmations for Revolutionary Militants” perpetual calendars

Our friend Stephanie McMillan has printed calendars of her inspiring cartoons for revolutionaries, reusable year after year. These perpetual calendar are spiral bound with a stand for display on your desk (or wherever). They feature 365 full-color drawings with inspirational messages for those who define success as overthrowing the capitalist system. Each day you can … Continue reading “Daily Affirmations for Revolutionary Militants” perpetual calendars

Beats of the Antonov: documentary on Sudan

Sudan’s ongoing civil war is not mentioned often in US or other Western corporate media outlets but has been going on for years, and currently the country is split in two. Government/military missions utilizing Russian made Antonov aircraft are carrying out bombing runs on the small villages along the borders of the divide. The inhabitants … Continue reading Beats of the Antonov: documentary on Sudan

Rang De Basanti: a modern inspiration for direct action

Review by Parag Dalal / Deep Green Resistance Spoiler alert: important pieces of the movie plot revealed below. Rang De Basanti opens with a British officer in pre-independence India walking along prison cells and finally entering one. The man inside, reading a book, instructs “Wait a moment, Mr. McKinley, one revolutionary is meeting another.” Thus … Continue reading Rang De Basanti: a modern inspiration for direct action