Unist’ot’en Camp, January 2015 The storm enveloped us. Snow lashed the road. The darkness was total, our headlights casting weak yellow beams into the darkness. Most people had hunkered down in homes and motels, and the roads were near empty. Still, every few minutes a passing truck threw a blinding cloud of dry snow into […]
Recently, some friends of ours organized a protest on the slopes on Mauna Kea, Hawaii, against the desecration of sacred lands by the construction of a massive telescope facility. To see a slide show of images from the protest, visit the Deep Green Resistance Hawaii website.
Tuira Kayapo is an indigenous Elder Mama Warrior who showed the world what happens when Women take charge of their Power. She walked into the 1989 Altamira Gathering in Brasil against the construction of Dams in the Xingu, in her war paint, naked and carrying a large machete. She then walked up to the President […]
The song “200 Species Every Day” by the filthy politicians is a fictional scene straight out of the Decisive Ecological Warfare strategy advocated by Deep Green Resistance: a pair of activists carrying out well-planned and strategic attacks on infrastructure, in this case combining arson of a power station with raids on corporate offices to trash […]
Via Stephanie McMillan “Tactics for what? There’s been a lot of heated debate about “diversity of tactics,” particularly since Occupy. How many blog inches have been devoted to arguing about whether it’s wrong or awesome (or varying degrees of okay in which particular circumstances) to break windows at a demonstration? How many conflicts among demonstrators […]
DGR Great Basin supports and will continue to support the Unist’ot’en Camp through fundraisers, work details, media, and caravans to support the camp. Salute to these brave land defenders! Please contact us if you are interested in supporting the Unist’ot’en Camp or participating in our solidarity campaigns.
From Zoe Blunt: Disclaimer: I don’t speak for Unis’tot’en Camp. This analysis comes from first-hand reports, anonymous tips, and public sources. The situation could change at any time. Updates are posted at the Caravan page, http://facebook.com/nopipelines, and the Unis’tot’en Camp page, http://facebook.com/unistoten. Unis’tot’en Camp, the indigenous pipeline blockade on Wet’suwet’en territory in Northern […]
“Hatcheries not only failed to boost the number of fish but also actually harmed the salmon by mining billions of eggs from wild populations. The fish hatcheries were designed to collect and incubate the maximum number of eggs with the greatest efficiency. In many cases, that meant all the eggs in the entire salmon run […]
New People’s Army rebels on Saturday raided a mining firm in the southern Philippine province of Agusan del Norte, reports said. Reports said the rebels swooped down on Philippine Alstron Mining Company on the village of Tamamarkay in Tubay town and overpowered the security guards without firing a single shot before they torched several trucks […]
via Vancouver Island Community Forest Action Network: People all over Turtle Island are answering the call to stop the pipelines and support indigenous resistance. The camp needs strong-hearted volunteers to watch over the forest and patrol the area this winter. Please come to the camp and bring your good energy. Defend the land and water. […]