The Acorn – 36

Number 36 In this issue: Toxic clouds of capitalism Envisioning a post-Western world On the knife's edge Anarchy in Hamburg Anarchy in London Blocking the arms fair Acorninfo 1. Toxic clouds of capitalism On Sunday August 27 crowds of people enjoying a day on the beach at Birling Gap near Eastbourne, East Sussex, suddenly started … Continue reading The Acorn – 36

The Acorn – 35

Number 35 In this issue: "Welcome to hell!" Hamburg tells capitalist leaders Earth protectors: hundreds occupy Amsterdam coal harbour France: resisting the neoliberal police state Defiance in face of fracking onslaught The Green One is coming! Acorninfo 1. "Welcome to hell!" Hamburg tells capitalist leaders Razor wire, water cannons and snipers are being lined up … Continue reading The Acorn – 35

The Acorn – 34

Number 34 In this issue: Manchester: an explosion of hate and fear Extremists of the neoliberal "centre" The CIA and the war of ideas Enemy of the system - the US campaign against Julian Assange Money, power and mining Acorninfo 1. Manchester: an explosion of hate and fear The vile bomb attack in Manchester on … Continue reading The Acorn – 34

The Acorn – 33

Number 33 In this issue: Stepping up the battle against fracking Three victories in fight to protect Sussex countryside Uprising paralyses French colony British state goes to court for the arms trade So what exactly is "extremist material"? Acorninfo 1. Stepping up the battle against fracking Resistance to fracking in the UK has moved up … Continue reading The Acorn – 33

The Acorn – 32

Number 32 In this issue: Anger returns to the French streets Civil servants and dodgy arms dealers "It's imperative that we change this system" Scandal of UK's "death sentence" prisoners Destroying words, attacking reality Acorninfo 1. Anger returns to the French streets After a few months of relative calm, anger has again erupted on the … Continue reading The Acorn – 32

The Acorn – 29

Number 29 In this issue: Eco-campers resist oil drilling in Surrey Hills England's sacred land Newbury, the past and the future Hamburg calling! Attack the G20 summit! J20: USA prepares for massive day of revolt Two new books from Winter Oak Hands off our Downs! Acorninfo 1. Eco-campers resist oil drilling in Surrey Hills An … Continue reading The Acorn – 29

The Acorn – 28

Number 28 In this issue: What fracking democracy? James Lovelock - enemy of Gaia Criminalising anti-capitalism Resisting the neoliberal coup in Brazil London Anarchist Bookfair 2016 Acorninfo 1. What fracking democracy? “This is not democracy, it is dictatorship”. So said one member of the Lancashire farming community after the UK government this month overruled Lancashire … Continue reading The Acorn – 28

The Acorn – 27

Number 27 In this issue: ZAD alert! Eco-zone warns of imminent attack Indigenous peoples lead fight against fracking pipeline Tearing off capitalism's "green" mask I don't want to fuck a robot Thailand slips into dictatorship France - the social war kicks off again The Sultan and the Sage Acorninfo 1. ZAD alert! Eco-zone warns of … Continue reading The Acorn – 27

The Acorn – 26

Number 26 In this issue: The system is losing control Panicking French state tries to build right-wing militia Black July: Berlin resists gentrification, eviction and the state Mountain campaigners defy the industrial state Acorninfo 1. The system is losing control Complete control of society is always the aim of any system which intends to impose … Continue reading The Acorn – 26

The Acorn – 25

Number 25 In this issue: "Terrorists" exposed as working for British state Paris rises up Whose future? The Dispossessed by Paul Cudenec Lies of His(story) by Rob los Ricos Heretical dreams of wildness What would an uncivilised world look like? Acorninfo 1. "Terrorists" exposed as working for British state The British state's direct involvement in … Continue reading The Acorn – 25