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Robert Stark Interviews Greg Johnson on Eco-Fascism

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treesThe following text is the transcript by V. S. of a conversation with Robert Stark first published at the Voice of Reason network on April 2, 2012 but no longer online there. To listen in a player, click here. To download the mp3, right-click here and choose “save target as.” To subscribe to our podcasts, click here Read more …

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Greg Johnson Interviewed on Eco-Fascism on The Stark Truth

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Greg Johnson was interviewed on “eco-fascism” by Robert Stark on The Stark Truth. Topics include the definition of fascism, Savitri Devi, Martin Heidegger, Pentti Linkola, Read more …

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Can Life Prevail?

Pentti Linkola
Can Life Prevail?
A Radical Approach to the Environmental Crisis
Trans. Eetu Rautio and Olli S.
Arktos, 2009

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This is the first-ever collection of essays by Pentti Linkola, a controversial figure in his native Finland, to appear in English. Read more …

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Bull’s Eye

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From:
Pentti Linkola
Can Life Prevail?
A Radical Approach to the Environmental Crisis

Integral Tradition Publishing, 2009

On September 11, hijacked passenger planes destroyed some of the tall buildings of the World Trade Center in New York and a corner of the main military headquarters in Washington. Read more …

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In Praise of Pentti Linkola

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Pentti Linkola
Can Life Prevail?
A Radical Approach to the Environmental Crisis
Trans. Eetu Rautio and Olli S.
Arktos, 2009

paperback: $20

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Years ago, “deep ecologist” Andrew McLaughlin (a follower of Arne Naess) produced an essay titled “For a Radical Ecocentrism.” Read more …

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Ship of Fools

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Hieronymous Bosch, "Ship of Fools"

What lessons can be learned from the demands and sayings of James J. Lee, eco-martyr? No race or movement is devoid of crazies, including my own. Shit happens. What can be said, though, is that few movements are more ideologically directed toward the extermination of human life than radical environmentalism. Even the homicidal Luddite Ted Kaczysnki rationalized his decades-long killing spree as being an investment in the greater good of humanity. Read more …

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Pentti Linkola

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Translated by Harri Heinonen and Michael Moynihan

Introduction by Michael Moynihan:

Is Pentti Linkola posing the most dangerous thoughts mankind has ever considered? Or is he this planet’s only remaining voice of sanity? Living an ascetic existence as a fisherman in a remote rural region of his frigid homeland, the Finnish philosopher has pondered mankind’s position vis-à-vis the earth it inhabits and dares to utter the unspeakable. Read more …

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Pentti Linkola’s Can Life Prevail?

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Pentti Linkola
Can Life Prevail?
A Radical Approach to the Environmental Crisis
Trans. Eetu Rautio and Olli S.
Arktos, 2009

paperback: $20

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Little known outside of Scandinavia, Pentti Linkola is a voice that deserves a wide audience. He is revered amongst radical environmentalists for his uncompromising stance on a variety of issues and for his works that show the breadth of his vision.

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