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
by Paul Cudenec To discern ugliness requires a sense of beauty. To name darkness involves knowing light. And to correctly identify lies demands a grasp of truth. It makes sense, therefore, that behind the title of the newly-published Bright Green Lies, by Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith and Max Wilbert, (1) we find three important and sombre truths. … Continue reading Sombre truths behind bright green lies
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!
by Paul Cudenec One of the most important insights of authentic anarchist philosophy is that the human species is one entity. Its rich and necessary diversity, we insist, is part of an overall coherence and commonality as a clearly-definable living organism. This represents a threat to the dogma of the ruling clique, who claim that we would all … Continue reading Divide, rule and profit: the intersectional impact racket
What is increasing surveillance, technocracy, transhumanism, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, artificial intelligence and the age of robots leading to? The total enslavement of humanity. The technology has been developed that makes it possible to embed us with a microchip that tracks and ultimately controls us. If the technology is already developed, it will eventually be used. Our … Continue reading Ways to Counter the Total Enslavement of the World – guest post by Roger Copple
A brief overview (also available as printable pdf) Life has become very strange indeed for billions of people since March 2020. We are no longer allowed to do what we always did, see who we want to see, live freely in the way we fondly imagined we were entitled to do. Everything has changed. Now … Continue reading What are they trying to do to us?
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
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?
A hugely important exposé of the Great Reset, aka the Fourth Industrial Revolution, has been published by our fellow campaigner Cory Morningstar on the Wrong Kind of Green website.