Alfredo M. Bonanno on repression and court cases: ” To participate in a trial as the accused does not, in my modest opinion, mean to accept the judicial mechanism. Even less does it mean a recognition of State authority as it performs in the exercise of justice and its relative procedures, prison sentences and all the rest. “Continue reading Alfredo M. Bonanno: Apart from the Obvious Exceptions – Interview with Radio Onda Rossa
Our task as anarchists, our main preoccupation and greatest desire, is that of seeing the social revolution realized: terrible upheaval of men and institutions which finally succeeds in putting an end to exploitation and establishing the reign of justice. For we anarchists the revolution is our guide, our constant point of reference, no matter what we are doing or what problem we are concerned with. The anarchy we want will not be possible without the painful revolutionary break. If we want to avoid turning this into simply a dream we must struggle to destroy the State and exploiters through revolution.Continue reading Alfredo M. #Bonanno: Why #Insurrection?
Essay by Alfredo M. Bonnano.
When we hear the word insurrection we think of some precise moment of upheaval in the past, or imagine a similar clash in the future. Spontaneous insurrection occurs when people are pushed beyond their limits of endurance at their points of exploitation. Certain events take place: street clashes, attacks against the police, destruction of the symbols of capitalism (banks, jewelers, supermarkets, etc). Such moments of popular violence catch anarchists unprepared, amazed that yesterday’s apathy is transformed into today’s rage.Continue reading Alfredo M. Bonanno: The Logic of #Insurrection
Alfredo M. Bonanno: Revolution, violence, anti-authoritarianism. A few notes.
Essay by Alfredo M. Bonanno: Some very common theoretical errors.
The numerous editions and translations of this pamphlet by Errico Malatesta all over the world have already demonstrated that its importance and relevance have been recognized universally. Introduction by Alfredo M. Bonanno.
Putting aside for the time being the problems raised by the popular insurrection in China, limiting ourselves to as objective as possible an analysis of the insurrectional processes in course of development in various countries in Eastern Europe and the borders of the Soviet empire, we must make one further distinction right away.
Essay by Alfredo M. Bonanno: After Marx, autonomy.
Original title, La tensione anarchica. from a meeting held at the Laboratory Anarchico in Cuneo in 1996.
Insurrectionalist Anarchism – Part One by Alfredo M. Bonanno. Contents: Introduction, Affinity, Informal Organisation, The Revolutionary Project.