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Gabriel Ross
Gabriel Ross

Fuck Deep Freeze V6.20 ((FREE))

then i feel eyes on me, over my shoulder, and after i turn, hes still there. i cannot see his eyes, but i can hear them, his deep, quiet exhales and belly, and the ploughing of his hooves into the earth. i can smell the swamp, and the musk of the woods.

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i remember it like it was just an hour ago. i feel it, but i can see it, forever. i know what it means to be looking into a pair of eyes and not seeing the iris. hes as alien to me as a space walker. his movements are velvety, and his flight is like alpine skies.

all of which is to say that deep freeze, in any way that we understand it, is an attack on the war machine as well as on hierarchy as we know it. it does not save the world from ecocide by removing humanity from it. it calls, not for our liberation, but for the liberation of all things.

as an extra, i would like to discuss the still unresolved question of the relationship between deep freeze and the fledgling movement of deep ecologists or deep green anarchists. on the one hand, deep freeze predates it by two decades. in addition, the early founders of deep freeze did not settle for a vague utopianism, but rather set out to do utopian theory with heart. but both could be making a normative claim about the optimal place for anarchism. we might want to say that anarchist ecology has its beginnings in pre-deep ecology and pre-deep ecology and is now a part of deep ecology and deep ecology. in fact, it seems that deep freeze is itself, and has always been, another step in the process of incorporating the critique of anthropocentrism and the liberation of the biosphere into deep ecology and deep ecology. one problem with this line of thinking is the assumption that green anarchism is inherently tied to no anarchism. this is not entirely true. green anarchism, as a pattern of thought, had its origins in no anarchism. what was different about green anarchism was that it, in addition to seeking the liberation of the biosphere, argued for the liberation of humans and argued for a deep critique of the state and the economy. it can be useful for us, now, to ask whether deep ecology is the only place for this critique of civilization. indeed, one of the critiques of deep ecologism is that its critique of civilization never gets to the root of our culture. for instance, the critique of hierarchy does not seem to do enough to critique domination and capitalism as well as the state.


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