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Anarcho-Primitivism

“The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race.” -Theodore Kaczynski. It has been 25 years since that was said but mankind has yet to acknowledge the importance of this statement. Thousands of years of evolution led us to be great hunter and gatherers, not civilized savages living in concrete jungles. The world is starting to choke from the smoke that humans created. Our one world, our one chance, was ruined by its inhabitants. There is a solution that the governments of the world refuse to accept.

The only way to help the environment would be to destroy all that have hurt it. This would call for the destruction of large factories, not have large commercial fishing around the world, no more flying commercially or recreationally, and all global militaries to step down and be disarmed and destroyed. This is extremely unlikely and seems impossible to happen but in reality only a small percentage of people in the world controlled all of these things and if they truly cared about the world then they would seize this important time of scientific breakthroughs about climate change being directly caused by mankind.

Those people in their mighty thrones care not about the average citizen and truly don’t care if the world burns while they sit in their ac cooled super towers. They aren’t the average person who will undoubtedly suffer. We must all act and return to the tradition of self reliance and living off the land instead of being slaves to the capitalist elite that will always be absent minded about their effects on the world.

Now with the “trend” of young adults starting to care about climate change over the last couple years a few have started to become “Anprim” by reducing their footprint on the earth by buying from second hand stores and spending more time in nature and working with animals. Mark Frantz, a junior at Lakewood High School had this to say about Anarcho-Primitivism, “Legally there is no law that says we have to go to work every day and follow our employer’s orders. Legally there is nothing to prevent us from going to live in the wild like primitive people”.

The human body is destined to be in nature, without it we are nothing.

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