Re Activism



being an activist more often than not’s a condescending gesture which assumes that the given object/subject of activism is so weak and fragile that it needs an activist’s protection (from their own reckless brothers and sisters).



environmentalism begins at one’s aura. the actual vibe we put out is what we are primarily responsible for. and not much more. the rest is taken care of by the grace of globe.



you think you are a good soul raising awareness and all: but in all likelihood all you are raising’s only hell and the level of division. that is to say: the quotient of the collective human neurosis.



you are (in effect) intent on wounding others around yourself—under the pretext of healing things—just so you feel off the hook (say) of your internal hell by imposing it without?



now honestly:

isn’t it utterly deluded to assume that the world needs anyone’s protection?

that mother Earth (the womb) could be victimized by humanity (the fetus)?



isn’t it sort of schizoid to treat the world as a separate entity from humanity?

as if humanity was not itself an expression of nature?



isn’t it deeply arrogant and narcissistic to assume that you know what’s good for others and the world?



isn’t it actually counterproductive (in the long run) to guilt and shame anyone into performing certain (pretend) gestures?



isn’t it more productive to (silently) walk your talk rather than pro-vocatively talk it?



don’t you sometimes feel like that you’re part of a mob which threatens to drag us all into a fascistic and joyless state and flux of affairs?



what kind of utopia would you expect from constantly policing an ever more sterile sandbox of a society?




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