...So think "resistance" with all your aching heart, a word that must become our promise to what is left of this planet. Gather the others: you already know them. The brave, smart, militant, and, most of all, serious, and together take aim. Do it carefully, but do it.

Then fire for all you're worth.

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“If we allowed ourselves to think in a way that really was thinking and to feel in a way that really was feeling, we would suddenly understand what we need to do in order to stop the horrors ― and we would start to do it.” ―Derrick Jensen

Wed, Sep 18 2019
Drones Are Changing Asymmetrical Warfare
By Max Wilbert / Featured image: an oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia, Planet Labs, CC BA-SA 4.0 On Saturday, September 14th, a “suicide drone” attack struck the Abqaiq oil processing facility in Buqayq, Saudi Arabia. The drones were destroyed in [...]

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Mon, Sep 16 2019
Mauna Kea: What it is, why it’s happening, and why we should all be paying attention
Nikki Sanchez / Intercontinential Cry Featured image: Tim Rawle, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 At the base of Mauna Kea, the world’s tallest mountain and the first point on earth where raindrops touch the earth, the largest land defense action in modern Hawaiian history [...]

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Fri, Sep 13 2019
Submissions to the DGR News Service
As an independent website, DGR News Service covers a wide range of contemporary issues from a variety of left and ecological perspectives, with a special emphasis on ecology, feminism, anti-racism, indigenous issues, revolutionary strategy, imperialism, and [...]

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Fri, Sep 13 2019
Lessons from Fidel Castro and Cuba’s Revolution
Editor’s note: this article references Spiral Theory, which is a strategic approach adopted by some revolutionary movements in which violent acts are undertaken against state targets with the intention of provoking an indiscriminate repressive response [...]

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Wed, Sep 11 2019
Native Youth Movement Statement on Social Media
Editor’s Note: this piece comes from the Native Youth Movement, a cross-nation warrior society for indigenous youth on Turtle Island. We do not agree with every detail of this piece, but consider it a good primer on this topic and a look at how [...]

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Wed, Sep 11 2019
Environmental Protector Murdered in the Philippines
Image: PRO MIMAROPA by Liam Campbell Forest ranger Bienvinido “Toto” Veguilla, Jr. was murdered last week while attempting to stop illegal loggers from ransacking a section of forest in the Philippines. Veguilla was on a routine patrol in the Sitio [...]

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Mon, Sep 09 2019
Are Humans Inherently Destructive?
By Max Wilbert / Featured Image: San People in southern Africa making friction fire. Photo by Isewell, used under the CC BY-SA 2.5 license. Are humans inherently destructive? Are we, as a species, some sort of  cancer on the planet? Are we [...]

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Fri, Sep 06 2019
Strategy for a Burning World: Decisive Ecological Warfare
This episode of The Green Flame podcast looks at Decisive Ecological Warfare, the only revolutionary environmental strategy designed to dismantle the global industrial economy by any means necessary. Our show features a conversation with movement lawyer and [...]

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Thu, Sep 05 2019
Weaponising Europe’s General Data Protection Regulations
by Liam Campbell What Is GDPR? GDPR is a European legal framework intended to protect personal data, provide greater data transparency, and give people greater control over their data. It requires any group that stores or processes data to follow strict [...]

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Wed, Sep 04 2019
Ruin of the American West: An Interview with Chris Ketcham
Featured Image: thousands of acres of Pinyon-Juniper forest bulldozed by the BLM in Nevada / by Max Wilbert / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Christopher Ketcham is a freelance writer for Harper’s, The New Republic, Vice, and many others. This video is an interview [...]

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