Deep Green Resistance

Deep Green Resistance believes our current civilization needs to be dismantled and replaced by thousands of cultures that are fully integrated into their local ecosystems. Deep Green Resistance has a plan of action for anyone determined to fight for this planet—and win.
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"But if you’re tremendously wealthy, you can practice industrial-scale violence without any manual labor on your own part. You can, say, build a sweatshop factory that will collapse in Bangladesh and kill more people than any hands-on mass murderer ever did, or you can calculate risk and benefit about putting poisons or unsafe machines into the world, as manufacturers do every day. If you’re the leader of a country, you can declare war and kill by the hundreds of thousands or millions. And the nuclear superpowers – the US and Russia – still hold the option of destroying quite a lot of life on Earth."

Derrick Jensen interviews DGR member Max Wilbert on Resistance Radio:

Max Wilbert is an activist, photographer, and writer based in Salt Lake City. Although he’s only 25 years old, he has been working against racism, social injustice, war, and environmental issues for over a decade.

“This is another case of government, and more precisely the Ministry of Energy monetizing natural resources as they tried to do with the smelters, the steel mill and industrial ports, in order to better re-distribute these resources to foreign corporations, local corporations as well as family and friends of this government. This is a tremendously disruptive assault on our natural resources,” concluded Kublalsingh.

How did you prepare to be an activist, to speak the truth and stand your ground?

Artwork: Roger Peet, Just Seeds Artists’ Cooperative

How did you prepare to be an activist, to speak the truth and stand your ground?

Artwork: Roger Peet, Just Seeds Artists’ Cooperative

"If there was a politician, artist, or other public figure who voiced an opinion on women with one-tenth the misogyny seen in the average porn film, men and women alike would be lining up to condemn them in a moment. But because it is done for male sexual gratification, it is untouchable."
~ Jonah Mix, Deep Green Resistance member

"Feminists have a long-standing, well-articulated critique of pornography within our patriarchal culture, this critique is not well-known, but you should seek to be versed in it."
~ Robert Jensen PhD, UT Austin professor, author of “Getting Off: Pornography and The End of Masculinity.”

Deep Green Resistance aims to dismantle the culture of domination & subordination, and the infrastructure that perpetuates it. Our analysis is that sex doesn’t sell, objectification does. And objectification of women is connected to objectification of the earth and all living beings. As activists, we must, on a daily basis, align ourselves with women and the earth, and recover ourselves from porn culture.

This upcoming conference in Boston, July 7-11, is an excellent way to learn more about the present state of porn-saturated culture and its impact on male violence and how to confront and dismantle patriarchy & hate speech in our communities. Many DGR member will be there. Join us!

Hey Deep Green people! This Sunday April 13th on Resistance Radio, Derrick Jensen will interview Guy McPherson. It will be at 6pm ET/5pm MT/3pm PT and 11pm UK. You can listen at Also, the shows are afterwards archived.

More than ten years into a career in the academic ivory tower as a professor at the University of Arizona’s School of Natural Resources in the Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Guy McPherson turned his efforts on social criticism. These efforts continue, with climate change a primary focus of his current work.

Guy requested the sounds of wolves for the intro/outro music. Tune in!

In a recent article entitled ‘When rapists are Bengali. When Rape Is A State Weapon For Ethnic Cleansing’, Samari Chakma, an indigenous lawyer, wrote, ‘We, the indigenous hill women in Khagrachari, are passing days in extreme anxiety and fear. At present, CHT is a rapists’ heaven.’

In the heart of Chicago on April 22nd, DGR is coordinating a family-friendly fundraiser at an art gallery in the Bridgeport Art Center to support the nearby Chippewa Bad River Tribe. The tribe is fighting to protect the Penokee Hills of Northern Wisconsin from a dangerous iron ore mine that will wreak havoc and destruction on a protected natural area. This is also known as “The Fight for Wisconsin’s Soul.”

6:00-6:30 - Welcome to the HumanThread Gallery
6:30-7:15 - Water is Life! Puppet Show (with Emerald Dragonfly, Wood Turtle and Whooping Crane)
7:15-8:00 - Micki Croisant (of Railway Records)
8:15-9:00 - Thistle Thorns (Original Radical Folk Music from Madison, Wisconsin):
9:00-9:30 - Short Presentation on the proposed mine and its impact, by Carl Sack, of the Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice, and Cherie Pero, of the Bad River Tribe.
9:30-10:15 - Max Lockwood (of Big Dudee Roo)

$20 Suggested Donation
Free Parking

If you or anyone you know is in the Chicago area, please come out and show your support for the Bad River Tribe! You can also donate to the cause directly, thank you!