Tag Archives: violence

Corrections

“Therefore, we put our hope in you, Adonai our God, to soon see the glory of your strength, to remove all idols from the Earth, and to completely cut off all false gods; to repair the world.” After crossing “the barrier” (III), one has the feeling of being reborn. It is a totally new phase […]

Anti-Tech Revolution: Why and How by Ted Kaczynski

A little while back, I received a book from the publisher of Kaczynski’s second book (see below). It requested that I do not put the contents of Kaczynski’s new book on my website, with the vague implication of legal action. It was probably sent at Kaczynski’s request.   Fortunately some people have already put PDFs […]

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 […]

Return of the Warrior

Source and author blog “War … is a means to achieve an individual goal: the warrior’s desire for glory, the warrior himself is his own goal. Will not to power but to glory.” — Clastres “I am a spear that roars for blood”—Song of Amergin Rejecting entirely the ideologies of humanism and progressivism, I pose […]

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 […]