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Counterattack

A Pamphlet
Published by Diogenes as Gegenangriff
Original Title: Gegenangriff

The more globalised the world becomes, the more vulnerable we are as human beings. Homo sapiens knows this, and yet still we carry on as always. We eat too much meat, we use pesticides, we drive cars every day. But one day all those cute kitties, good-natured cattle and shy squirrels will launch a counterattack. Things will start happening very fast – and before long it will all be over. No more fun, no more day-to-day craziness, no more human beings.


General Fiction, History, current affairs, Philosophy
176 pages
2022

978-3-257-07183-2
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»A pamphlet with such energy that it carries you away in the very first sentence: ›The downfall of humankind,‹ it says, ›began with a cat video.‹ It's amazing just how enjoyable anger can be.«

Stern, Hamburg

»The unmasking of the (at least morally) ambiguous discussion about fauna and its supposed preservation is joined by a bilious cynicism that will be familiar to readers of Elfriede Jelinek and Sibylle Berg.«

Björn Hayer / Die Zeit online, Hamburg

»Hypocrisy is dissected, trite phrases about conservation deconstructed, the end of mankind documented without brandishing a moral cudgel.«

Sabine Janssen / Rheinische Post, Düsseldorf

»A pamphlet with such energy that it carries you away in the very first sentence: ›The downfall of humankind,‹ it says, ›began with a cat video.‹ It's amazing just how enjoyable anger can be.«

Stern, Hamburg

»The unmasking of the (at least morally) ambiguous discussion about fauna and its supposed preservation is joined by a bilious cynicism that will be familiar to readers of Elfriede Jelinek and Sibylle Berg.«

Björn Hayer / Die Zeit online, Hamburg

»Hypocrisy is dissected, trite phrases about conservation deconstructed, the end of mankind documented without brandishing a moral cudgel.«

Sabine Janssen / Rheinische Post, Düsseldorf
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