Gents,Wolves in the Throne Room interview
There's our interview with WITTR.
While at first you may be put off by how hard they stress liberalism, think about it: liberalism is the one ideology that won't get you torn apart by a mob. They're trying to keep their jobs, promote their band, and not get destroyed by idiots with a grudge.
It's just like in Bolshevik Russia during the revolution, or France during their revolution. Anyone who appeared to side with the ancien regime was a troublemaker, and that gave the crowd license to loot their homes, rape their daughters, etc.
So the elites made a big show of being liberal. It's no different in America today.
I identify myself as a liberal, in that I believe in justice, but I'm also a historical literate, and I view the results of history as scientific knowledge. So I am anti-liberal in that liberal methods will lead to tyranny by failing and creating third-world disorder.
I have lived in third world places and, while their are good people there, the society at large is dysfunctional and it penalizes and isolates smart people. If humanity wants to reach great heights, we need to nurture and support smart people, and beat down idiots and corrupt people. Simple truth, but it requires work.
As a result of their fear, I think people like WITTR make a big show of being liberal. They know as well as I do that it's going to require actual work to avoid ecocide. But they're doing a good job of at least getting the meme out there. That's one step, and others need to build on it. I'd love to see a band who summarized their politics as "ecofascism" and refused to elaborate. Why? Because until we force people to stop breeding idiots, buying SUVs and large houses (new homes are 5,000 sq. ft in much of the USA) and taking over new open land, they're going to do it.
So read the interview with an open mind. If you still don't like the music, fine. It's clear that Skepticism is better. But give them some honest consideration and think about what it is to tell someone you like WITTR and Burzum for their green viewpoints.