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An_Old_Big_Tree wrote (edited )

Same stuff I always do; try to dismantle the world, building material alternatives to it in the present. It's the most peace I can get from everything.

Some nice directions to move in:
Indigenous seed revivalism and drought-resistant seed cultivation together with broader projects of food sovereignty/autonomy focused on the bioregions you spend most of you time in. Bioregional model a la Desert. (Though I've listed some of my criticisms of Desert in the comment chain here). Finding ways to help people who will be more fucked than you by climate is also super useful and works towards building the kind of solidarity that is necessary to unmake this world.

But also, attack is one of the best defenses, and sabotaging/dismantling local industry, and eating the rich/cops/military/fascists is is good work when done smartly and considerately :)

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An_Old_Big_Tree wrote

I don't have a fixed place that I live, though I spend most of my time in cities. I'm not sure what your suburbia looks like, but I don't see why you couldn't find meaningful forms of resistance in them.

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