Green nihilism is really all I care about right now outside of bits of post-civ stuff written by not shitty people. While I still like Perlman, Zerzan, Illich and that french dude whos name I can’t remember for a lot of reasons I can’t stop seeing Strauss influenced stuff as mediocre psuedo-archeology that relies way to much on a spectacular almost colonial subject/object relationship between technology/science/civilization and nature/tribal shit/ “pure wild feral nature”
To the bourgeois press, the lack of demands is conceived of as a symptom of irrationality, a certain madness or pathology that plagues the disenfranchised. To the radical left, the absence of demands is seen as political immaturity, a naïve rage that can only exhaust itself in short bursts. But to those who’ve shared such deeds together, to those who’ve seen their demands become the means of their own suffocation, such a trend is a welcome sign of things to come.
—We Demand Nothing - Johann Kaspar (via bedangeroustogether)