Today's guest is Dillon Thomson. Dillon has been working on cultural and environmental issues for the past five years. His primary concern is helping to build a resistance movement that will protect what is left of the planet from the destructive and suicidal path of industrial civilization. Toward this end, Dillon has given numerous talks and organized several speaking tours in the western United States on the topics of industrial civilization, the shortcomings of modern environmentalism, and the necessity of resistance. In March of this year, he was a panelist at the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference in Eugene, Oregon. Currently, Dillon is on the Board of Directors of the Fertile Ground Environmental Institute and a volunteer staff member of the environmental justice organization, Deep Green Resistance.