Tag Archives: indomitismo

Review of Earlier Works and Their Merits

What follows is an annotated bibliography of all major ideological works I have produced since starting the Wild Will Project. One might note that earlier essays receive harsher comments than later essays. There is no reason to believe this will not continue to be the trend in the future, so keep up with the blog […]

Apostles and Heretics

This is an article I originally wrote for Atassa: Readings in Eco-Extremism, a journal published from the East Bay. I am republishing it here because ITS, the terror group that is the main subject of the article (and the journal) is rapidly spreading — it now has cells in Mexico, Finland, Greece, Italy, and various […]

Dialogue on Wildism and Eco-Extremism

[Read the Spanish translation.] 1      Introduction As was explained in the editorial for the sixth issue of Hunter/Gatherer, an interesting tendency is developing in Mexico that has had unsettling implications for me, other wildists, and those who have influenced us, like the indomitistas. Because this dialogue is utterly incomprehensible without background on this tendency and […]

Review: Anti-Tech Revolution: Why and How by Ted Kaczynski

Editor’s Note: Kaczynski’s book is now available for purchase. I.     Introduction According to an announcement released by one of the indomitistas, political associates of Ted Kaczynski, Kaczynski’s new book, Anti-Tech Revolution: Why and How will soon be available. Fortunately, I have had a look at the pre-release version, and in this essay I will review […]

Revisiting Revolution

Summary—Wildists, like their ideological forebears, have generally supported the notion of “revolution” as a response to their grievances. However, one series of groups referred to as “eco-extremists,” who came from the same ideological forebears as wildists, have challenged the “revolutionary approach” to rewilding. This article explains the revolutionary approach and why the eco-extremists are right. […]

Some Context for Issue Six

1      INTRODUCTION In recent years the Mexican terrorist group Individualidades Tendiendo a lo Salvaje (ITS) has grown from a lowly group to an international eco-terrorist tendency. They have birthed a successful ideology, unique, but inspired by Ted Kaczynski, the nihilist terrorists (especially in Europe), the indomitistas based primarily in Spain, and others. They have also […]