Submitted by subrosa in Anarchism

Our mission is to organize

Booooooooring.

coherent and direct action

What's coherent action, and why would anarchist action need to be coherent? Coherent in whose mind, to whose eyes?

against the global techno-industrialist system. With this publication, we aim to disseminate ideas relevant to this cause in order to inspire others like us to stand in opposition to a force which we have judged to be ethically, philosophically, and practically irredeemable.

Then get on disseminating already. You don't have to announce it. Stop talking about inspiring, that's not inspiring. You're selling a position, aren't you?

It is our view that the techno-industrialist machine is a violent, destructive, and irreparable system of subjugation,

Preaching to the choir.

and because of this we do not support any social or political efforts to rehabilitate it.

Revolution > reform, I take it?

It is on these grounds that we repudiate reformist and environmentalist sentiments,

Called it. Repudiating it, even.

which we believe serve only as distractions that do nothing to counter the true goal of techno-industrialism; that is, the total enslavement and annihilation of Wild Nature.

Techno-industrialism winks at the camera.

More pressing still, it is our belief

Enough with the royal we already.

that the technoindustrial system presents an absolute and urgent existential threat to all life on earth. Thus, we are not a partisan movement, nor do we have any interest in furthering the ideologies of any movement on the left-right political spectrum. We reject the call to engage with issues such as social justice, feminism, anti-racism.

Ew.

If you believe these issues are the most pressing issues facing society today, stay away.

I will.

We vehemently oppost racism, nationalism, ethno-nationalism, any form of fascism or defense of the rule of law.

I thought you just said you reject the call to engage with "issues such as anti-racism."

It is our opinion that the pursuit of any one of these values will be meaningless on a dead planet.

Planet's alive still. You're authorizing a future as a fundement to your anarchist commitments, your ethics. That's the shit we criticize in communists, in utopians, in blueprinters. The dead planet scenario isn't a bad prognosis, but you're trying to already live in it.

If you identify with any of these viewpoints, stay away.

eyeroll

Finally, we do not advocate that anyone consider this publication an exhortation for violent or illegal action of any kind.

Cowards.

We denounce violence as a matter of pragmatism, not a matter of principle.

Principles of pragmatism.

It would be anathema to a nascent anti-tech organization to openly incite violence, which would prompt law enforcement to hinder our ability to spread our message. We hope only to exercise our right to freedom of speech in order to present our personal views authentically and honestly. Always for Wild Nature, Garden

Next time, try "exercising your right" with elegance and style. Whining about freedom of speech instantly reveals you to be nerds. You goofy fucks.


That's how I drift off while reading manifesto type shit. Garden Issue 2.

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lettuceLeafer wrote

Thy act like saying that they don't like tech ology takes so much effort that they couldn't be bothered to not do Mysogyny or transphobia. Like I talk about how I don't like tech and have plenty of time to do other stuff.

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Archaplain wrote (edited )

did Uncle Ted write this???, but seriously this is essentially his ideology distilled into a manifesto.

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CaptainACAB wrote

We reject the call to engage with issues such as social justice, feminism, anti-racism.

"We're not personally affected by these issues and can afford to ignore them."

"Multitasking is sooo fucking hard."

"I can't comprehend the idea that in doing one thing, I can accomplish more than one goal."

We vehemently oppost racism, nationalism, ethno-nationalism, any form of fascism or defense of the rule of law.

"We also don't like the 7 nationalist anarchists weirdos, so we're just putting this here so we don't have to have that awkward conversation."

"In rejecting causes for social justice, we acknowledge that we're likely not going to get BIG NUMBER; so we'll put this minor platitude and hope that our future token minorities will be be placated by this half-measure."

"I'm not concerned with the disproportionate response that the state directs towards certain people, but I'd like to point out that this is because I've centered an issue that affects me personally to the needless exclusion of anything else, not because I'm a fucking racist; IMAGOODPERSONISWEARSOMEOFMYBESTFRIENDSARE-"

Finally, we do not advocate that anyone consider this publication an exhortation for violent or illegal action of any kind.

"We're afraid of being attacked/infiltrated by the state, but haven't moved on from the collectivist model because we genuinely think organization is still the way to go."

"I'm obsessed with optics."

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Classicide2Announced wrote

If you cared about the environment, you'd get out there and [REDACTED] major shareholders in the corporations trying to destroy the human species.

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