2020 has been a year in which many illusions have been shattered, not least that of liberal-capitalist “democracy” itself. Many movements which we previously imagined to be opposed to the system have aligned themselves with it. Many individuals who had built a reputation for speaking out against the status quo have stepped forward to defend […]Cory … Continue reading Cory Morningstar: challenging the global business dictatorship — organic radicals
“What is essential in a work of art is that it should rise far above the realm of personal life and speak from the spirit and heart of the poet as man to the spirit and heart of mankind”, wrote Carl Jung in Modern Man in Search of a Soul. Historical moments of severe crisis … Continue reading Sheep, Shepherds, and a Goat
Number 62 In this issue: We will prevail! Naming the enemy Shattering illusions Here comes Santa Klaus! Jaime Semprun: an orgrad inspiration Acorninfo 1. We will prevail! It was back in March 2020 that we first reported signs of resistance against the Covid-themed totalitarian coup. We hoped back then that this would quickly develop into … Continue reading The Acorn – 62
by Paul Cudenec The only good thing to have come out of recent nightmarish months is that a lot of people have had to think seriously about the way they see the world. I have not been exempt from this phenomenon, of course, and have been forced by circumstance into serious bouts of ideological soul-searching, … Continue reading Dismantling tyranny
by Paul Cudenec Rob Hopkins (pictured above) has become one of the iconic figures of the environmental movement, not just in the UK but throughout the world. “There’s no one on earth who’s just done more stuff – and inspired more doing – than Rob Hopkins,” as one admirer has put it. He started the Transition … Continue reading Rob Hopkins: transition to what?