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Catastrophism, disaster management and sustainable submission


A look at the way the state has expanded and strenthened its self in the post WW2 years by Rene Riesek and Jaime Semprun.

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In this book first published in 2008, Jaime Semprun and René Riesel examine the attempt by predominantly First World governments and NGOs to utilize the specter of an environmental apocalypse as an alibi to save “industrial civilization” by imposing a rationed form of “survival”, justified by a terroristic propaganda campaign based on fear, enforced by an expansion of the state’s coercive powers, and facilitated by the mass conformism and resignation that “industrial society” has induced in the population by creating an “anxiogenic environment” of “insecurity and generalized instability”; “[f]or the fears proclaimed by the experts … are in reality nothing but orders”. 


Another nicely put together DIY publication from the Dutch reprobates.

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Weight 0.130000 kg