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

Fascism Rebranded: Exposing the Great Reset

by Paul Cudenec I didn’t see the Covid moment coming, of course. Who could have imagined, even at the start of 2020, that we were heading into a Brave New World of lockdowns and curfews, of travel bans, vaccine passports and police-state restrictions on every aspect of our lives? But for many years I had … Continue reading Fascism Rebranded: Exposing the Great Reset

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

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! 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

The Acorn – 65

Number 65 Printable version for real-life distribution In this issue: Humanity fights back! Ten things we have learned during the Covid coup Naomi Klein and the climate of hypocrisy The nature of philosophy William Morris: an orgrad inspiration Acorninfo 1. Humanity fights back! We are not so foolhardy as to suggest that the tide has … Continue reading The Acorn – 65

Ways to Counter the Total Enslavement of the World – guest post by Roger Copple

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

What are they trying to do to us?

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?

IMPACTOR ALERT!

by Paul Cudenec Warning! Warning! Friends, citizens, fellow human beings! Rouse yourselves! The Impactors are coming and they want to steal from us everything we have, everything we are and everything we could one day become. This is no time to cower indoors, shocked and awed into spellbound submission by their satanic Spectacle. While the … Continue reading IMPACTOR ALERT!

The Acorn – 63

Number 63 In this issue: Breaking point draws near Guided by the light of life Nevermore on the anarchist response to Covid-19 Safe & Sanitized: interview with artist Jordan Henderson Wanted: a new resistance movement Georges Bernanos: an orgrad inspiration Acorninfo 1. Breaking point draws near A year after the start of the Covid crisis, … Continue reading The Acorn – 63