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Editor’s Note: Ecocide in Greece  

Credit:  Deep Green Resistance News Service dgrnewsservice.org ~~

Deep Green Resistance does not support solar and wind “alternatives”. They are not alternatives to the energy and ecological crisis, but rather a part of it. They do not “replace” natural gas and fossil fuels, not only because the so-called renewable energy are not as potent an energy source as fossil fuel, but also because they rely on fossil fuel for basic operation. They contribute to the abuse, exploitation and plunder of nature. There are mountains of resources to support this. More dangerously, they lead us to false solutions, putting our much needed revolutionary energies into projects which only contribute to the problem. We are firmly opposed to these technologies.

The value of this article lies in exposing how these “green” technologies are being introduced in reality. Despite the bright green lies in this article, it is important to gain understanding on how these technologies are wrecking havoc across the globe. The beauty of nature is defended strongly in this article. The “violent mechanization of [the] daily view of the natural world” is acknowledged to be a deep concern, indeed it is “extremely disturbing”. In the spirit of solidarity and internationalism, we call for coalitions to ask important questions on these “green” and “alternative” technologies, and to continue the ecological resistance to protect the wild.

Source:  Deep Green Resistance News Service dgrnewsservice.org

This article is the work of the source indicated. Any opinions expressed in it are not necessarily those of National Wind Watch.

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