by Rahul Goswami Five weeks after Italy imposed a lockdown on its citizens, the United Nations on 15 April 2020, which is ‘World Art Day’, explained that “with billions of people either in lockdown or on the front lines battling the covid19 pandemic”, the day picked to celebrate world art (the birth anniversary of Leonardo […] … Continue reading Culture’s silent exiles — Rahul Goswami
by Paul Cudenec In my last article, I wrote about a dark “something” below the surface of the visible political world which controls our lives and corrupts our thinking. However, there is another “something” which acts in the opposite direction and which is deeply feared by that malevolent energy. It is the life-affirming energy which, again […] … Continue reading Unleashing the spirit of life
by Paul Cudenec A strange thought crept into my head a couple of days after finishing my last article, Fascism: Three Brief Insights. There I had explained, yet again, that despite the name of their party, Hitler’s “National Socialists” were not really socialists at all, but tools of big business. The “socialist” part of the label […] … Continue reading A maze of political lies
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
“New guidelines have been forced on to all of humanity”, says the article, referring to “a cultural catastrophe” in which “a new moral and judicial order” led to “the spread of materialistic values over the earth”. It continues: “This is the great revaluing of all values through which humanity has given life its existing authoritative … Continue reading A cultural catastrophe for humankind
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!
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
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?
Number 64 Double-sided A4 pdf version to print out and distribute In this issue: The dictatorship will fall! Shocktroops of the New Fascism Spreading a message of hope Covid-1984: the truth about techno-totalitarianism Resist the G7 in Cornwall! René Guénon: an orgrad inspiration Acorninfo 1. The dictatorship will fall! In these dark times for people […] … Continue reading The Acorn – 64
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