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Breaking Together: A freedom-loving response to collapse

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So, while each action might resist authoritarian structures in different ways, they all affirm the ecolibertarian premise of social liberty – freedom within the bounds of mutual respect, interconnection, and ecological responsibility. Hopefully the corrupt political system will fall too before we lose all of our God given rights eg the coming of the ‘15 minute cities’, the looming World Health Treaty driven by the globalists in the WHO and and the WEF , the indoctrination of our educational system , the weaponisation of Big Pharma against the people, the new ‘Online Act’, the new Police Powers Act re the right to protest, the ULEZ scheme , the increasing surveillance …. It then suggests a new agenda for radical politics, beyond the superficiality that besets both left and right. However, this raises perhaps the biggest question of all: How do we dismantle these power structures and encourage a shift towards more cooperative, equitable relationships? Critical literacy can be developed through active engagement with different perspectives and narratives, examining their origins and impacts.

He says we need the ‘freedom to collapse and grow’ in our personal lives, to become “doomsters” (as opposed to ‘doomers’), to liberate ourselves from the old stories of self that keep us enslaved to Imperial Modernity. Donate to keep Jem writing / Read his book Breaking Together / Ask JemBot a question / Read Jem’s key ideas on collapse / Subscribe to this blog / Study with Jem / Browse his latest posts / Read the Scholars’ Warning / Visit the Deep Adaptation Forum / Receive Jem’s Biannual Bulletin / Receive the Deep Adaptation Review / Watch some of Jem’s talks / Find Emotional Support / Jem’s actual views on Covid. So there I was – someone driven by principle and I wasn’t even thinking about how the victims of his actions. But there is an interesting new way that such chatbots can be used – as interfaces with specific publications, or collections of works. As Bendell puts it: “Part of that process means being open to uncertainty and not grasping at ideas and actions that seem to relieve our difficult emotions.Participatory Decision-Making: Community-level initiatives that encourage participatory approaches to decision-making can empower local residents.

These kinds of efforts can be regarded as contributing to a great reclamation of our power from big corporations and the governments they control.He says we need to reaffirm our belief in ‘freedom in nature’, arguing for the importance of free will, self-determination and freedom from other people instrumentalising us – that we must embrace eco-libertarianism and eschew eco-authoritarianism.

In the book I offer the example of how a slum in Kenya created their own alternative credit system to act as a local currency. One mistake establishment climatologists have made is to downplay the role of deforestation in reducing the bacteria and pollen that help to form the clouds that cool. So, when world leaders were on stage in New York, grandly signing off on their sustainable development goals, most of their countries had already begun their decline.It is always the confluence of multiple factors, acting simultaneously or sequentially, and the negative and often unforeseen ways these factors interact that ultimately brings a civilisation down. I do not have the book but read the review as none of my neighbours thought that it would be worth their while coming round for a climate assembly in the garden to discuss carbon over tea and cake. One, that is a zoonotic disease that spread to humans because of our destruction and exploitation of natural habits.

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