Culture’s silent exiles

by Rahul Goswami Five weeks after Italy imposed a lockdown on its citizens, the United Nations on 15 April 2020, which is ‘World Art Day’, explained that “with billions of people either in lockdown or on the front lines battling the covid19 pandemic”, the day picked to celebrate world art (the birth anniversary of Leonardo … Continue reading Culture’s silent exiles

Unleashing the spirit of life

by Paul Cudenec In my last article, I wrote about a dark “something” below the surface of the visible political world which controls our lives and corrupts our thinking. However, there is another “something” which acts in the opposite direction and which is deeply feared by that malevolent energy. It is the life-affirming energy which, again … Continue reading Unleashing the spirit of life

A maze of political lies

by Paul Cudenec A strange thought crept into my head a couple of days after finishing my last article, Fascism: Three Brief Insights. There I had explained, yet again, that despite the name of their party, Hitler’s “National Socialists” were not really socialists at all, but tools of big business. The “socialist” part of the label … Continue reading A maze of political lies

Fascism: three brief insights

by Paul Cudenec I seem to have spent a lot of time over the last few years reading and writing about fascism, rather than about the positive ideas which inspire me. I have felt obliged to do so because of our society’s worrying general blindness concerning what fascism was, historically, and what it has evolved … Continue reading Fascism: three brief insights

The Acorn – 66

Number 66 In this issue: A new people's movement on the streets! The impact parasites and their profiteering plan Unite and overcome Two poems by Evelyn Scott-Brown Karl Jaspers: an orgrad inspiration Acorninfo 1. A new people's movement on the streets! Something quite extraordinary is happening in the United Kingdom, whose population is not … Continue reading The Acorn – 66