Ronald Cohen, impact capitalism and the Great Reset

Introduction Blair and Brown’s banker Financial services for the poor Meet the impact gang! Saving capitalism Privatising government Problems and solutions The fascist model Freed from regulations Profits before people 1. Introduction Social impact investing is at the heart of the Great Reset. It reduces human beings to the status of potential investments, sources of […] … Continue reading Ronald Cohen, impact capitalism and the Great Reset

Cory Morningstar: challenging the global business dictatorship

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 … Continue reading Cory Morningstar: challenging the global business dictatorship

Klaus Schwab and his great fascist reset

Born in Ravensburg in 1938, Klaus Schwab is a child of Adolf Hitler’s Germany, a police-state regime built on fear and violence, on brainwashing and control, on propaganda and lies, on industrialism and eugenics, on dehumanisation and “disinfection”, on a chilling and grandiose vision of a “new order” that would last a thousand years. Schwab […] … Continue reading Klaus Schwab and his great fascist reset

Fascism, newnormalism and the left

by Paul Cudenec Sometimes secondhand books can come into our possession in ways that make it quite clear they need us to read them. Such was the case with Le fascisme italien by Pierre Milza and Serge Berstein, (1) which reached me by means of a random sequence of events including a friend moving flat, … Continue reading Fascism, newnormalism and the left

Being nature

“Suppose machinery does extend its sway, suppose science in the hand of minority-dictators does more and more dominate us, suppose the great battle of the future, with its own particular ‘good and evil’, comes to be the struggle of the individual to be himself against the struggle of society to prevent him being himself, what we shall have to … Continue reading Being nature

Threads of inspiration

Reclaiming the revolutionary wisdom of the past is the title of a new contribution to the articles page of the orgrad website. The first part of this piece is a general discussion of the relationship between radical politics and tradition. This is largely informed by an interesting critique of Guy Debord and the Situationist movement … Continue reading Threads of inspiration

Resist the Fourth Industrial Repression!

The First Industrial Repression saw us thrown off the land, forced into crowded towns and cities, used as human fodder for the dark satanic mills of the new steam-powered capitalist world. The Second Industrial Repression electrified the rule of The Machine. New generations were born who had never tasted freedom. Their lives and their thinking […] … Continue reading Resist the Fourth Industrial Repression!