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Left Greenpeace member Mathias Fridemark, right Co-founder The Wildist Institute and Wildist Jeremy Grolman. Photo by Ilias Bartolini

Protest against Vattenfall’s mining operations

According to the international news last week (May 9-16), more than 3000 protesters participated in an anti-coal campaign in the east of Germany said Greenpeace member Mathias Fridemark. The event was organized by Ende Gelaende to protest against the coal mining of a Swedish company, Vattenfall. Vattenfall announced last April that it planned to sell […]

Hunter/Gatherer 1.4 – Organisation

Wildism is unique among radical ideologies in that it tends toward breaking organization apart rather than building it up. This makes the question of organization for the sake of political gains one inherently fraught with tension and special consideration. This article argues that since a leaderless resistance model should be obviously in accordance with wildist […]

Co-Founder The Wildist Insitute and Wildist, John F. Jacobi

Interview with wildist John Jacobi

So far the most I’ve written about strategy can be found in “The Question of Revolution,” and I will soon be publishing an essay entitled “Organization” that goes even more in-depth. Not long after I will publish a full-length text on the topic, so interested parties should like our Facebook page or join our mailing […]

Figure 1. Demonstration of Harris’ “universal structure of society,” from Elwell.

Hunter/Gatherer 1.3 – Technical Autonomy

Civilization’s justifying narrative has always been the myth of Progress, or the idea that civilized modification of nature is good and therefore a moral obligation. In our present time the dominant progressive narrative is a humanist one—that is, artifice is justified by the good or supposed good it does for humans. However, most people support […]

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Hunter/Gatherer 1.2 – Refuting the apartheid alternative

Abstract—Recently a proposed alternative to the traditional conservationist approach has popped onto the scene. It calls itself “eco-modernism,” and rather than advocating decreased economic growth, it calls for the acceleration of technical and economic innovation, saying that this will leave more land for wildlife. The eco-modernists have also borrowed concepts like “rewilding” from the wildness-centered […]

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