Radical Environmentalists call For Executions and “Ecological Warfare”

Left-wing radicalism is spreading like a disease throughout the entire world. Here at home in the United States, we see it in groups like Deep Green Resistance.

The Blaze reports on this noxious eco-terror group:

“Do we need a militant movement to save the planet (and ourselves)?”

That was the question posed in recent article on the left-wing site Alternet when it interviewed a group of radical environmentalists who are allegedly endorsing “Decisive Ecological Warfare.” And in order to realize their goal of ridding the planet of industrial civilization — even modern agriculture — the group intends to employ tactics “of both militaries and insurgents the world over.”

One of the activists, Derrick Jensen, allegedly even believes those who destroy the environment should be summarily executed: “If it were up to me, all the people associated with the Gulf oil spill, which is murdering the Gulf, would be executed. That would be part of the function of a state,” said Jensen.

In addition to Jensen, the two other environmentalists interviewed in the article – Lierre Keith, and Aric McBay — have spearheaded a fringe movement called the “Deep Green Resistance” (with a book of the same name) that calls for “direct attacks on infrastructure” and an annihilation of civilization as we know it.

According to the far-left triumvirate, humanity must devolve into living primitive, “indigenous” lifestyles. To this end, Keith targeted a litany of ills that must be stopped, declaring: “We need a culture that is self-consciously oppositional to things like corporate power, capitalism, industrialization and ultimately civilization, because that is the arrangement of power on this planet right now.”

But how does the group intend to implement such extreme goals? That is where the Decisive Ecological Warfare part comes in. According to DGR’s website, their type of warfare has four phases that will allegedly lead up to the “fall of industrial civilization.” The first phase, according to the organization’s charter, is “Networking & Mobilization“ followed by ”Sabotage & Asymmetric Action.” The site lays out the group’s strategy:

Continue reading at the Blaze for the group’s strategy.

Under Obama’s leadership, we may reach the goal of living “primitive” lifestyles, without much help from eco-terror groups like Deep Green Resistance. If somehow, we’re spared that fate, I’m sure there’ll be jobs waiting for the likes of Derrick Jensen et al in our top universities a few years down the road. Or perhaps as  White House advisers to a Marxist Dem President. Don’t doubt me. They may even end up palling around at some point with a Dem or two  destined for very high office.

It’s been known to happen, I’m told.

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  1. JoeFriday says:

    I would love to confront these people who would require that the rest of us give up everything that might harm the environment, according to their views. I’d ask them why they are wearing clothes made out of textiles made in factories… driving cars or even riding bikes. And what’s with using the internet and cellphones?? They’re no better than Al Gore, who jets around the planet dragging an entourage of dozens as he spews his bile. These people should be forced to live among the Amish for a year. A little experience in what they say they want will change their minds. Unless they just want us to do that and not them (again, like Al Gore).

  2. Michael K. says:

    Ted Kazynski anyone?

  3. David Gillies says:

    I like the strategy at the end of Rainbow Six, when Mr. Clark has the eco-loons’ facility in the middle of the Brazilian rain-forest destroyed, has them strip naked, and then says, “you want to live in harmony with nature? Go harmonize.”

    Anyway, if the multinationals are as rapacious and ruthless as the loons seem to think they are, then if I were any of this trio of muppets I wouldn’t start any long books.

  4. Bob says:

    I’m sure their book was handwritten on handmade paper. Blogging back-to-nature vermin like these crack me up. Their “do as I say, not as I do” lifestyle stinks to high heaven. I’d have more respect for them if they wore loincloths and attacked offshore oil rigs from animal skin kayaks. That would be good for a laugh.

  5. GaryS says:

    My guess is that these idiots would not last a week if subjected to the “primitive” life style they espouse.

    If fact, it’s more likely than not they they would flip out if parted from their smart phones and computers.

    Dumb ass is as dumb ass does.

  6. J.J. Sefton says:

    If a freak like Van Jones could become a presidential advisor, then all bets are off with scum like these.

  7. Sgt. York says:

    If they killed themselves, they would greatly reduce their own carbon footprint.

  8. fozzy says:

    I know of 3 people who’ve just signed themselves up for a lifetime of FBI surveillance.

    I’m thinking these guys won’t do so well in a federal prison.

  9. huerfano says:

    Good lord, if you want to go live in a primitive hut, Obama’s brother has one he’d probably sell you. I’m betting he’d like to get into something a little nicer.

  10. Ken says:

    This is neither new nor particularly interesting. I read issues of Earth First! News 20 years ago, peddling the same codswallop. It was the product of an active fantasy life then, is the product of an active fantasy life now, and will be the product of an active fantasy life a century from now when our great-great-grandchildren are wildcatting Titan.

  11. firestone says:

    This has nothing to do with individual people’s lifestyle choices, nor what kind of lifestyle anyone wants. This is about the suicidal destructiveness of industrial civilization. As for using the internet and cellphones, they’re here, they’re how most people communicate in the United States and Canada, so one way to reach those people is to use the internet and cellphones. This whole “why don’t you live that way” is a tired non-argument – countless indigenous groups, who wanted to live the way they’d been living, have been wiped out or forcibly been made part of the invading culture. And those were people who had many generations of experience living sustainably. Asking someone who’s grown up in industrial civilization why they don’t go out and live an indigenous lifestyle is both insulting to indigenous peoples and totally ignorant of what it takes to actually live sustainably. I’ll repeat: Individual actions cannot substitute for whole cultures. This argument didn’t work on the grade school playground and it doesn’t work now. Good luck wildcatting Titan, your culture can’t even live on its home planet without poisoning itself to death.

  12. NiceDeb says:

    So are you defending killing people who don’t agree with you?

  13. Zygmunt Bauman says that rational people will go quietly, meekly, joyously into a gas chamber, if only they are allowed to believe it is a bathroom. And Ill say that rational people go quietly, meekly to the end of the world if only you’ll allow them to believe that buying energy saving bulbs is gonna save the day.

    The fact is that 98% of the old growth forests are gone. 99% of of the prairies are gone. 80% of the rivers on this planet do not support life anymore. We are out of species, we are out soil, and we are out of time. And what we are being told by most of the environmental movement is that the way to stop all of this is through personal consumer choices. It’s time for a real strategy that can win.

    Where is your threshold? To take only one variable out of hundreds: Ninety percent of the large fish in the oceans are already gone. Is it 91 percent? 92? 93? 94? Would you wait till they had killed off 95 percent? 96? 97? 98? 99? How about 100 percent? Would you fight back then?

    How about this? If a foreign power were to do to us and our landbases what the dominant culture does – do their damnedest to turn the planet into a lifeless pile of carcinogenic wastes, and kill, incarcerate, or immiserate those who do not collaborate – we would each and every one of us – at least those of us with the slightest courage, dignity, or sense of self-preservation – fight them to the death, ours or far preferably theirs. But we don’t fight. For the most part we don’t even resist.

    Learn more about the fight for a livable future before it is too late:

    http://deepgreenresistance.org

    • Hippie Hater 2014 says:

      You are fucking delusional, a dribbling trained parrot capable only of vomiting back the most fashionable propaganda – the result of living your entire adult life in front of a computer. Your movement and others like it could not even *exist* without the infrastructure of high technology that enables people to become the very thing you claim to abhor: completely alienated from nature. Those of us in contact with nature know that your raving is the product of an obvious paranoid psychosis.

      You give the weight of Truth to a doctrinaire, inflexible canon of “correct” thought that is based on a set of kneejerk assumptions about how the world works, ginned up and disseminated by worthless, lazy, parasitic fuckups like you with nothing more creative, useful and original to offer the world. You are worse than Fascists: you are fucking hive-mind zombies incapable of critical thought, compassion, or even the remotest shred of common sense.

      You want war? Bring it on, assholes. All decent, sane human beings are sick to death of your bullshit and I would personally be glad to take up arms to end it all, right here and now.

  14. NiceDeb says:

    Stop panicking.Your figures are dubious at best. 98%, 99%, 80% gone since when? The beginning of time?

    There are hundreds of “old growth forests” and thousands more new growth forests in the US, alone.

    Go on a road trip across America, some time. You’ll see prairies galore, especially in the Midwest, where I live.

    If 80% of rivers don’t support life is, I guess that means that 8 out of 10 rivers I see are dead inside. Not true.

    You’re citing bogus factoids that fool nobody.

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