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We need to stop this culture before it kills the planet

Interview by Mickey Z for Press Action As you begin reading this interview, take a look at the nearest clock. Now, dig this: Since yesterday at the same exact time, 200,000 acres of rainforest have been destroyed, over 100 plant and animal species have gone extinct, 13 million tons of toxic chemicals were released across […]

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Norris Thomlinson January 23rd, 2011 Filed in Interviews of Derrick Jensen No Responses

La tyrannie des prérogatives & du dogme de la croissance

Je suis constamment épaté par le nombre de personnes en apparence à peu près normales qui pensent que l’on peut avoir une croissance économique infinie sur une planète finie. La croissance économique perpétuelle, et son corollaire, l’expansion technologique sans limite, sont des dogmes auxquelles tellement de gens s’accrochent, dans cette culture, qu’ils sont rarement remis […]

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Norris Thomlinson January 5th, 2011 Filed in Français No Responses

The End of Civilization

A discussion with radical writer and environmentalist Derrick Jensen Interview by Andrea Hiott, originally published in Pulse Berlin In the recent documentary A Crude Awakening, it is said that the United States of America was once “the Saudi Arabia of the world” when it came to oil production: in other words, much of the world […]

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The Tyranny of Entitlement

I’m continually stunned by how many seemingly sane people believe you can have infinite economic growth on a finite planet. Perpetual economic growth and its cousin, limitless technological expansion, are beliefs so deeply held by so many in this culture that they often go entirely unquestioned. Even more disturbing is the fact that these beliefs […]

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Norris Thomlinson January 5th, 2011 Filed in Essays No Responses

Occuper le terrain

Un autre rêve. Dans celui-ci j’étais sur la ligne de touche d’un terrain de basketball. Le terrain occupait toute la longueur d’une immense salle, et donnait par une porte sur une autre salle. L’autre équipe faisait une courte pause. Je n’étais même pas supposé être sur le terrain, j’étais remplaçant. Mais il n’y avait personne […]

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Norris Thomlinson January 1st, 2011 Filed in Français No Responses