by Dustin Broadbery Part 1: Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth As the digital revolution was underway in the mid-nineties, research departments at the CIA and NSA were developing programs to predict the usefulness of the world wide web as a tool for capturing what they dubbed “birds of a feather” formations. That's when … Continue reading How the West Was Won: Counterinsurgency, PSYOPS and the Military Origins of the Internet
We have often written before on this site about the astonishing collapse into abject inananity of what used to be the international anarchist movement. This process has been underway for several years. While deliberate infiltration and ideological sabotage seem more than likely, the movement's underlying weakness is probably due to its historical failure to shake … Continue reading Growing the new resistance!
Number 72 In this issue: Against power, lies and war! The monstrous truth Second scramble for Africa? Real radical history Leo Tolstoy: an organic radical inspiration Acorninfo 1. Against power, lies and war! The weeks since our last Acorn bulletin have seen a dramatic shift in the system's narrative. While the Covid story remains ongoing, … Continue reading The Acorn – 72
by a special correspondent Welcome to the second phase of the Great Reset: war. While the pandemic acclimatised the world to lockdowns, normalised the acceptance of experimental medications, precipitated the greatest transfer of wealth to corporations by decimating SMEs and adjusted the muscle memory of workforce operations in preparation for a cybernetic future, an additional … Continue reading The Great Reset Phase 2: War
by Paul Cudenec These grim years of the attempted Great Reset are also a time of hope beyond hope. In the ruins of crumbled certainties and deserted, discredited dogmas, we have the chance to regroup, to find each other, to together seek the light. I write in the preface to my new book, The Withway, that we are … Continue reading Soul Families: our 21st century renaissance
by Miguel Martinez Death (rapping on his desk and silencing the Orchestra). My Lord Satan! Interesting Neutral Nations still in the audience; noble, though somewhat drowsy. Virtues who are looking on; and you who reward Ballet and Ballet Master with undying glory, illustrious and bodiless Ages-to-Come! These two first figures of our Ballet, symmetrical but … Continue reading The laws of war and the women of Roccatederighi