We have to destroy the environment as quickly as we can.
These are the findings of the Movement for Environmental Sabotage and Subversion (MESS).
- Since human population is constantly increasing, reducing the average impact that each human makes on the environment will only delay the poisoning of the air and water, the extermination of species, global warming, weather changes and the destruction of resources necessary to maintaining human life, to say nothing of the rest of life on the planet.
- Delaying the devastation means that it will affect much larger numbers of humans than bringing it about more expeditiously, which has already been postponed far more than necessary. In effect, we are bequeathing the consequences of pollution and exhaustion of resources to our children and grandchildren, rather than suffering them ourselves.
- It is therefore incumbent upon us to destroy the environment as quickly and thoroughly as possible, so that we pay for our own actions, and not our descendants.