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‘The Rain’ and Its Man-Eating Planet

Early on in the Danish post-apocalyptic science-fiction series The Rain, the protagonists are set upon by hordes of ravenous, feral marauders. It’s a trope familiar from innumerable zombie narratives—but this time, there’s a twist. The attacking monsters aren’t hungry for flesh. They’re hungry for food. The undead, in this instance, aren’t undead. They’re just people…

In his book Against the Fascist Creep, Alexander Reid Ross notes that fascist groups have long tried to infiltrate radical environmental movements. A politics which finds spirituality and strength in nature, and sees modernity as a disgusting infestation, can lead, potentially, to some ugly places. Imagining the potential benefits of a world without us can be twisted by the unscrupulous into a plea for genocide.

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