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"We still have a chance to be cruel. But if we are not cruel today, all is lost."--Pentti Linkola cited in "In His Solitude" (1994) by Dana Milbank

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Ecofascism is a pejorative term used by opponents of the environmental movement to accuse environmental activists of totalitarianism; in the United Kingdom, it has also been used to refer to far-right efforts to gain influence within the Green Party. Some writers have used it to refer to the hypothetical danger of future dystopian governments, which might resort to extreme or "fascist" policies to deal with environmental issues. Other writers have used it to refer to segments of historical and modern fascist movements that focused on environmental issues.

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