The Acorn – 73

Number 73 In this issue: London, May 2022: a nest of impact vipers Two sides of one system Extinction Rebellion: "positive influencers" for billionaires On ignorance Charlene Spretnak: an organic radical inspiration Acorninfo 1. London, May 2022: a nest of impact vipers We have spent a lot of time over the last few years exposing … Continue reading The Acorn – 73

The Acorn – 72

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

The Acorn – 71

Number 71 In this issue: When power collapses The stirring rumble of revolt The Western left: a corporate lobby group Ancient Home Peter Kropotkin: an organic radical inspiration Acorninfo 1. When power collapses The global ruling clique have been planning the Great Reset for years, if not decades. They have a lot invested in being … Continue reading The Acorn – 71

The Acorn – 70

Number 70 In this issue: Sabotage! Rebels in France attack 5G The Great Resist gathers pace! Review of 2021: The fog lifts Taking the land back from the machines Voltairine de Cleyre: an organic radical inspiration Acorninfo 1. Sabotage! Rebels in France attack 5G Rebels in France have declared war on the infrastructure of the … Continue reading The Acorn – 70

The Acorn – 69

Number 69 In this issue: Refusing to play their game The heart-warming flames of revolt R is for Resistance Our Land Our Nature: The Marseilles Manifesto Cory Morningstar: an organic radical inspiration Acorninfo 1. Refusing to play their game What happens when one small clique of people has accumulated enough money to buy pretty much … Continue reading The Acorn – 69

Fascist smears: what they tell us

by Paul Cudenec I have written extensively in recent years about the way in which accusations of “fascism” are used to smear radical opponents of a system that is, itself, a mutation of fascism. The issue is addressed in Fascism Rebranded, in various contributions to The Acorn (see here, here and here) and in my political novels No Such Place as Asha (2019) and Enemies … Continue reading Fascist smears: what they tell us

The Acorn – 68

Number 68 In this issue: Our epic battle for a brighter future "Green" imperialism on the march The people's revolt is yellow "We know who's waging war on us!" Ananda Coomaraswamy: an organic radical inspiration Acorninfo 1. Our epic battle for a brighter future The global technocratic coup d'état known as the Great Reset has … Continue reading The Acorn – 68

The Acorn – 67

Number 67 In this issue: Breaking through the wall of power Transhumanism is our enemy The Death Machine Landscapes of Freedom Alexis Escudero: an organic radical inspiration Acorninfo 1. Breaking through the wall of power What exactly will it take to halt the techno-totalitarian coup being imposed on us all under the excuse of fighting … Continue reading The Acorn – 67

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! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69y20UUPSUU Something quite extraordinary is happening in the United Kingdom, whose population is not … Continue reading The Acorn – 66

For nature and freedom!

Three years ago we published an article explaining how the idea of a nature-based philosophy had been smeared by its opponents. Apologists for the industrial capitalist system, masquerading as "left-wing" and even "environmentalist", constantly sought to suggest that there was something "fascist" about such an outlook. We quoted "social ecologists" Janet Biehl and Peter Staudenmaier … Continue reading For nature and freedom!