[permaculture] Permaculture recommendation for Deep GreenResistance

Lawrence London lfljvenaura at gmail.com
Fri Jul 5 00:54:17 EDT 2013


On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 12:22 AM, Bob Waldrop <bob at bobwaldrop.net> wrote:
> Thanks for the correction, I am not up on Irish politics.  The Deep
> Green book discusses the IRA-Sinn Fein relationships extensively and
> uses that as a model for their proposal for a resistance movement
> composed of an above-ground legal wing and an underground "actionist"
> movement, with a firebreak of division between the two to protect both.

Very bad idea. Let's not pollute the permaculture movement with this
kind of skewed thinking.
The fools that think that model could work for permaculture have
simply fallen prey to the
2 digit IQ illogic of the tea party extremists. And those types are
way too self important to do
anything worthwhile, real work in other words. Talk is cheap and
kneejerk fodder is a dime a dozen.
That seems to be what the DGR is mostly about. The author of the book
may be far more level headed,
knowledgeable and proactive for realistic, worthwhile goals that the
organization he left behind.
Those with a daily kneejerk quota will make what they want of the
substance  of his book and
never contribute anything worthwhile to humanity much less a
permaculture movement.

What's resistance all about? Resistance is the Texas Senator and her
10 hour filibuster.
The teaturds are still trying to pass their anti-women, anti-humanity
legislation, in every state where they can get a foothold,
that would make the lives of low income people even more difficult.
This is where a real resistance movement is needed,
not some silly pacifier for phony elitist greenwashers.


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