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Atassa is a journal covering topics such as deep ecology.

Parts of it are available on the Internet Archive[1] and on the Anarchist Library.[2]


Atassa is the Muskogee word for "war club."[1]


Atassa 1

Title Author
Presentation the editors
The Flower Growing Out of the Underworld: An Introduction to Eco-extremism Abe Cabrera
The spilling of blood on the paths of "absolute truth" Orkelesh
Apostles and Heretics John Jacobi
ITS: The Invisible Menace Regresión
Sighs Lunas de abril
Lessons Left by the Ancients: The Battle of Little Big Horn Regresión
The Return of the Warrior Ramon Elani
Atassa: Lessons of the Creek War (1813-1814) Abe Cabrera
The Seris, the Eco-extremists, and Nahualism Hast Hax
(Roma Infernetto - "Shit World"): To Profane and Devour A member of the Memento Mori Nihilist Sect
Regresión #3 Editorial
Indiscriminate Anarchists Seminatore
Today XXV//X
Surviving Civilization: Lessons from the Double Lives of Eco-extremists Regresión
To the Mountains Lunas de abril
Kaczynski's Anti-Tech Revolution: Why and How: A Critical Assessment S.
The Singing River anon

Atassa 2

Title Author
Introduction: Caveat Lector
Hostis Humani Generis: eco-extremism, demonology, and the birth of criminality Adrien Rouquette
Some Reflections on Modern Human Action from the Eco-Extremist Perspective Ozomatli & Huehuecoyotl
A New Revolutionary Phraseology Jeremías Torres
Breaking Down the Bars of the Anarchist Cages: brief reflections of an ex-anarchist Ex-anarchist
Poem Krren oscuro
The PsychoPathogen: the serial killer as an antibody response to modernity Ezra Buckley
Tangled Hostility kohelet
The Mara Salvatrucha: the most dangerous gang in the world Extinción
A Statement from Innocence: a spirit from the South
Lions in the Brush: on the anatomy and guidelines of cell-structured resistance el borracho (nömad warfuk)
Paraguayan People’s Army: what can we learn from them? Ajajema
Letter to an optimist Jeremías Torres
Weak Words Concerning Human Reasoning Huazihul
At-Tux D.G.
“No Such Thing as Life without Bloodshed...” or The Force of Tragedy in Anti-Humanist Politics Magpie
Reflections on Freedom Zúpay
On Terrorism and Indiscriminate Violence Fiera
For a Metropolis against Itself Eleuterio Pinto Paredes
Out of the Self: a sermon for the dead Abraxas
Eco-extremism and the Woman Meztli
Eco-extremist Women Speak Yoloxochitl & More
A Note on Reproduction from the Eco-extremist Perspective CW
Eco-extremist Spiritual Exercises various


The content is in the public domain.[1]

In the first issue, the editors write that they "don't advocate that anyone consider this journal an exhortation to action," but rather are here to "tell it like it is."


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Atassa: Readings In Eco-Extremism (#1) (2006). Internet Archive.
  2. The Anarchist Library.

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