Earlier this year, DGR member Kim Hill of Australia traveled to the Philippines. DGR’s presence was requested by community organizers from an anarchist collective called the Mobile Anarchist School. Here is her report back:
‘NO TO MINING.’
Signs bearing these words are common on Marinduque. The signs are nailed to trees, on fences and shelters, and the slogan is painted in large letters on the front wall of a school.
This is a community of resistance. There is no way a mining company could convince anyone here that they would benefit from the activity.
Read the full account at: Deep Green Resistance Phillipines Tour