Meet Deep Green Resistance The Eco Terrorist Group
Posted by Tory Aardvark
The environmental and animal rights movement attract a certain type of person, easily lead, receptive to knee jerk soundbites, an inability to think anything through fully and the old marxist doctrine of the end justifies the means, even if in the case of animal rights protestors in London, your bomb kills an innocent baby.
In September 2010 one such person, the late James Lee walked into the Discovery Channel armed with a gun and a bomb demanding that Discovery changed it’s programming to the content of an 11 point Green manifesto that Lee had published on the Internet, after an explosion Lee was shot dead by a SWAT sniper.
Many Green NGOs have promoted eco terrorism including Earth First! and Grist but never as directly as Deep Green Resistance who think the IRA provided a good example of how a eco terrorist group should operate.
Just before Christmas 2011 Deep Green Resistance published a book, imaginatively titled Deep Green Resistance, described now by the press release on their website:
Deep Green Resistance starts where the environmental movement leaves off: industrial civilization is incompatible with life. Technology can’t fix it, and shopping—no matter how green—won’t stop it. To save this planet, we need a serious resistance movement that can bring down the industrial economy. Deep Green Resistance evaluates strategic options for resistance, from nonviolence to guerrilla warfare, and the conditions required for those options to be successful.
It provides an exploration of organizational structures, recruitment, security, and target selection for both above ground and underground* action
They then try to distance themselves from so called “underground” resistance with a disclaimer:
*Note: We are strictly an aboveground movement. We will not answer questions regarding anyone’s personal desire to be in or form an underground. We do this for the security of all involved with Deep Green Resistance.
So if Deep Green Resistance is an above ground movement why make any mention of the “underground” unless you are trying to manipulate your eco sheep to do violent actions of your behalf while maintaining what governments refer to a plausible deniability.
The FAQ’s on the website leave no doubt as to where Deep Green Resistance is coming from:
Q: Civilization is the only thing keeping violent criminals from raping/killing people like in those horrible places far away. Who will protect my family if we dismantle civilization?
After Bhopal, Warren Anderson was tried and found guilty in absentia for the atrocities of running Union Carbide. He was sentenced to hang. And the United States refuses to extradite him. 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.
The Green marxist state executing people for oil spills, in this case all the people associated with the Gulf spill must be murdered by the state, the big question is how wide does this net sweep and how do you define associated with? Is it just the company executives or does it include workers who made the mistake and their families, as totalitarian regimes like the Green Hell proposed by Deep Green Resistance thrive on guilt by association.
Having dismantled the way we live Deep Green Resistance have some great ideas on how their brave New Green World should be policied:
There have been many resistance movements who have formed self-defense organizations and their own police forces. The IRA acted as neighborhood police, the Spanish Anarchists organized their own police force
That would be the same IRA that “policied” local areas of Northern Ireland by knee capping children with power drills then.
Q: How can I do something to help bring down civilization and not just throw away my life in a useless act?
Whatever actions a person takes (and this is true in all areas of life) need to count. Many of the actions being taken right now are essentially acts of vandalism, as opposed to acts of active sabotage that will slow the movement of the machine. So choose. How can you make your actions (and your life) have the most significance in terms of stopping the perpetration of atrocity?
Nothing like motivating the easily led to take action like active sabotage, sabotage has historically been the actions of an “underground” which of course Deep Green Resitance have a disclaimer for, more Green lies and double speak.
Q: How can I accept the risks of being caught when that could mean never being able to see or help my family/lover/children in these difficult times?
Nothing in this book is meant to exhort people to do things they don’t want to do. In fact, nothing in this book is meant to exhort people to do anything illegal
Er, sabotage unless the law has changed, is usually illegal.
Q: What has happened to those who have tried to use violence? Fred Hampton, Laura Whitehorn , and Susan Rosenberg are just a few of the many who have tried to use force and have ended up dead, framed, or in jail. You say we all have a role; how do you feel about proposing that others do what you will not do?
We are not asking anyone else to do things we aren’t willing to do. In fact, we aren’t asking anyone to do anything in specific. We all need to find our own roles, based on our personal assessment of what risks we can take and what our gifts are.
Cunning words no direct incitement to criminal actions, don’t ask anyone to do anything just wind them up and point them in the direction you hope some of them will go in.
The full FAQ for Deep Green Resistance is here.
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Posted on January 13, 2012, in Anthropogenic Global Warming, Church Of Climatology, Climate Change, Fear, Global Warming, Green Environmental Holocaust, Green Lies, Social Engineering and tagged Deep Green Resitance, Eco Terrorism. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.