... Donc, du fond de votre coeur en peine, pensez “résistance”, mot qui deviendra notre promesse à ce qui reste de notre planète. Rassemblez les autres: vous savez déjà qui ils sont. Des gens vaillants, intelligents, militants, et surtout, sérieux, et ensemble déterminez votre cible. Faites-le avec précaution, mais faites-le.

Puis luttez de toutes vos forces.

extrait de Deep Green Resistance
Tout au long de l’histoire, tout mouvement de résistance à dû faire face à des ennemis sans scrupules et aux ressources illimitées. D’où le besoin des mouvements de résistance de pouvoir compter sur un soutien matériel et loyal. A l’inverse du passé, cette fois, c’est TOUT qui est en jeu. Nous nous battons contre ceux qui détruisent la planète pour leur profit. Nous ne sommes pas tous faits pour combattre au front. Mais nous pouvons tous contribuer d’une certaine façon. Voici votre opportunité de le faire:
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Conversations sur la Résistance Souterraine
"J'aime la terre sur laquelle je vis, où une brume épaisse enveloppe les arbres et les rochers, et où la pluie goutte des mousses et s'écoule au bas des montagnes."
-Max Wilbert
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Soutenez le Camp Unis’tot’en
Le Camp Unis’tot’en est une communauté de résistance terrestre, sous direction autochtone, qui vise à bloquer de façon stratégique la construction de pipelines d’importance cruciale pour l’extraction des sables bitumeux et des gaz de schiste.
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“Quand j'ose être puissant ― mettre ma force au service de ma vision, alors ma crainte importe de moins en moins.” ―Audre Lorde

Fri, Jan 19 2018
Clarity and Safety: Communicating About Underground Action
Introduction Perhaps the single most important aspect of our work as aboveground organizers and activists is to promote and normalize militant, underground resistance against industrial civilization. There is a lot of other important work that we do as [...]

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Tue, Jan 16 2018
Why Agriculture? An Excerpt from “Against the Grain” by Richard Manning
Agriculture did not arise from need so much as it did from relative abundance. People stayed put, had the leisure to experiment with plants, lived in coastal zones where floods gave them the model of and denizens of disturbance, built up permanent [...]

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Sat, Jan 13 2018
A 24-Year History of Cliven Bundy’s Illegal Grazing and Armed Conflict at Gold Butte Nevada
Editor’s note: On January 8, 2018,  a federal judge dismissed US government’s criminal charges against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, two of his sons and another man linked to militia groups, over procedural errors made by the prosecution.  [...]

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Fri, Jan 12 2018
Farming for a Small Planet
     by Frances Moore Lappé / Local Futures People yearn for alternatives to industrial agriculture, but they are worried. They see large-scale operations relying on corporate-supplied chemical inputs as the only high-productivity farming model. [...]

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Thu, Jan 11 2018
The Freeze and Thaw
Featured image: Police cam video of Daniel Shaver (pictured at right with his daughters) just before being killed by Mesa, Arizona Police Department officer Philip Brailsford.  Brailsford was acquitted of second-degree murder in the case.      by Pray [...]

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Wed, Jan 10 2018
Life Without Limits: The Delusions of Technological Fundamentalism
Featured image: Real freedom is not found in the quest to escape limits but in deepening our understanding of our place in a world with limits. EATCUTE / GETTY IMAGES     by Robert Jensen In a routinely delusional world, what is the most dangerous [...]

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Tue, Jan 09 2018
Zapatista Women Convoke International Women’s Gathering
Featured image:  Zapatista women convoke International Women’s Gathering.     by Chiapas Support Committee CONVOCATION of the FIRST INTERNATIONAL GATHERING of POLITICS, ART, SPORTS, and CULTURE for WOMEN in STRUGGLE Communiqué of the Indigenous [...]

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Mon, Jan 08 2018
Conservation Giants Implicated in Public Health Crises Among “Pygmies”
Featured image: A recent epidemic in the Republic of Congo is said to have been aggravated by the loss of indigenous peoples’ resources due to conservation and logging projects. © C. Fornellino Romero/Survival International      by Survival [...]

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Sun, Jan 07 2018
Trump Admin Officially Proposes Opening Vast Areas of U.S. Coastal Waters to Oil and Gas Drilling
Featured image: The critically endangered North Atlantic right whale is a species of utmost concern should seismic airgun blasting be allowed off the Atlantic coast. Photo Credit: Moira Brown and New England Aquarium.     by Mike Gaworecki / Mongabay [...]

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Fri, Jan 05 2018
Book Excerpt: Russian Collapse and Iranian Birth Control
Featured image: ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images Editor’s note: The following is from the chapter “Other Plans” of the book Deep Green Resistance: A Strategy to Save the Planet.  This book is now available for free online.     by Lierre Keith / Deep [...]

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