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No matter what we call it, poison is still poison, death is still death, and industrial civilization is still causing the greatest mass extinction in the history of the planet. 7 more words

Derrick Jensen

Derrick Jensen

There is a language older by far and deeper than words. It is the language of bodies, of body on body, wind on snow, rain on trees, wave on stone. 35 more words


The Great Exsanguination

Now come Derrick Jensen and Lierre Keith, with an Open Letter to reclaim environmentalism from Big Green and the conservation-industrial complex. Images are from Brandon Ballengée’s Frameworks of Absence.


Are You Human?

I’ve had conflicted feelings about civilisation for a few years – I enjoy the products of both agricultural and industrial civilisation as much as anyone AND I recognise that human civilisation has exacted a terrible price both on us and all the other species of flora and fauna on the planet. 330 more words

Fitness & Primal Lifestyle

Quote for the day - December 22

“How do we go on living, when every day our hearts break anew?”

Derrick Jensen, Dreams


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Quote for the day - December 9

“I’ve never had much patience for those – and there are a lot of them – who consider humans to be the ‘apex’ of evolution, who evidently believe that all of evolution took place so that we can watch television”. 19 more words


Who are you?

What is our place in the world?

“And still our neighbors—hummingbirds, craneflies, huckleberries, the sharp cracking report of the earthquake that shakes you awake in your bed—ask us, who are you, who are you in relation to each of us, and to yourself?” 1,038 more words