“. . . And what better way to get people to leave the city than a nuclear scare.”
“Jesus, Eva. A nuclear plant isn’t the same as a dam.”
“I know that. I’m not saying we cause a meltdown. That happens too fast, causes ecological damage, and creates panic instead of fear. Big difference. Panic is clogged highways with unprepared people fleeing. Fear gives people time to get their sh*t together.”
We must get away from the two most insidious beliefs of modern governance—hierarchy and survival of the fittest—and instead we should champion their opposites—heterarchy and cooperative symbiosis.
Ecoguerrillas is a serialized climate-fiction audiobook written and read by S. A. J. Johnson, now on to iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, Audible, YouTube, and other podcast apps. Supporters can get early access to each chapter by subscribing to the project on patreon.com/sajjohnson.
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Musical background is Mahler’s Piano Quartet in A Minor, arranged by Michelle Diehl (Pub. Dom.).
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