Islam isn’t the only potential source of terrorism in the USA. Although enviromoonbats are centuries behind Islamic terrorists and too juvenile to catch up any time soon, they share crucial traits. Both are characterized by a pathologically narrow-minded devotion to their cause and a lack of significant moral constraints. Neither have much to lose, usually being total losers already. Eco-warriors who love the earth but aren’t so fond of their fellow humans and want to do something about it are referred to the Direct Action Manual published by Earth First! Erin Mundahl offers a review:
Earth First! supports violent actions against energy infrastructure development and the manual itself is essentially an ecoterrorist’s handbook, laying out techniques and approaches to stop various forms of energy infrastructure development. …
The Direct Action Manual … calls for “strategic civil disobedience,” while acknowledging that these actions are crimes. The Direct Action Manual’s radical tone is evident from its first line, which describes how activism is needed as “the staggering forces of greed push consumerism and the wholesale destruction of the Earth to unheard of levels.”
“Consumerism” means economic freedom, a.k.a. capitalism. It doesn’t take long for the commie red to appear beneath the green veneer that coats environmental extremism.
At the same time, the Direct Action Manual takes an expansive view of acceptable protest locations and actions, encouraging activists to bother opponents at home and even engage in vandalism.
“The possibilities are really endless, and you should let your imagination run wild,” the Direct Action Manual advises. “Do they only value money and property? Some slashed tires, paint stripper, and sand in the gas tank can certainly make them think twice about if their choices are worth it…Channel your inner younger sibling energy and you’ll be sure to make someone’s life hell.”
This is followed by a section detailing how to turn off lights and water at someone’s home or business and recipes for DIY stink bombs and “critter bombs,” involving a dead animal.
Lovely people employ lovely tactics.
When these pranks fail to prevent projects like the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines from meeting our energy requirements, enviromoonbats can be expected to escalate their infantile war against human civilization from the nuisance level to genuine terrorism, eventually resulting in serious property damage and loss of life.
On a tip from Dragon’s Lair.