Ian Angus at Climate and Capitalism says deep ecology is not compatible with ecosocialism and is “anti-human” at core as well as being politically and morally bankrupt.
He cites an article by deep ecology advocate Saral Sarkar who says Bolivia must allow large tracts to land to become wilderness again and to eject, presumably forcibly if needed, all humans from that land.
This means the indigenous populations will be forced off that land too. How they are to fend for themselves is of no apparent concerns to the deep ecologists who probably hope they’ll die anyway. After all, in his article Sarkar says that governments must “tell humanity that it must reduce its own numbers and immediately stop all kinds of economic growth.”
You can call this deep ecology: a better label is ethnic cleansing.
I genuinely hope deep ecology advocates never get any real political power because if they did, the purges and bloodshed in the name of protecting wilderness would make Stalin look like a schoolgirl.