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
A new website has been launched which challenges "to the core" the thinking of the industrial capitalist system. It presents the ideological alternative of an "organic radicalism" which it sources from a wide range of thinkers, past and present. This philosophy, it says, is based on the idea of a living community, a social organism … Continue reading Organic radicals: new site launched
Does opposing US imperialism and wars mean you're not really an anarchist? The answer is obviously "no", but you wouldn't think so if you took seriously a most peculiar attack which has been made against us, following on from recent articles on our site. We weren't initially even sure if the blog post from … Continue reading Does opposing U.S. imperialism and wars mean you’re not really an anarchist?
A special Acorn report The war-hungry capitalist propaganda machine has been in overdrive in recent weeks. It has, of course, been relentlessly amplifying the views and narratives of the status quo and giving no platform for dissident opinion – that's what it's there for! But in these days of social media and independent online journalism, … Continue reading Fake-left pro-war neoliberals break cover
Number 14 In this issue: From Rhineland to Paris, a new spirit of defiance The adrenaline of disobedience Degrowth: complete system change Yorkshire on the fracking front-line Always anti-fascist, always anti-capitalist Holistic anarchism in Turkey Acorninfo 1. From Rhineland to Paris, a new spirit of defiance A new spirit of defiant energy has energised the … Continue reading The Acorn – 14
Number 4 In this issue: Profit before the planet: a special investigation into sham "sustainability" Europeans unite against ruling elite Learning from the Syriza sell-out Fracking – resistance and repression Motor threat to Welsh valleys Acorninfo 1. Profit before the planet: a special investigation into sham "sustainability" "Sustainable transport” funding in southern England is just … Continue reading The Acorn – 4
Number 3 In this issue: Tear gas and water cannon What is Elbit scared of? Reclaiming the fields Sussex – fracking threat to rural bridge EDL fascists target Brighton Acorninfo 1. Tear gas and water cannon Tear gas, water cannon and “flashball” rubber bullets have been fired at people protesting against police violence and against … Continue reading The Acorn – 3