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History, Stephen said, is a nightmare from which I am trying to awake.

      — James Joyce


Irish modernist writer, experimental novelist.


ID AL ADHA (Islam).

IMBOLC (Wicca).

BEAR CHASE FESTIVAL, Pyrénées: a pretend bear chases men dressed as women. After an amorous interlude, the bear is 'killed', revived, shaved & killed again — paradoxical play & sexual inversion to contend hierarchies of gender.

Source: [Calendar Riots]

-- Francisco Sabaté antifascist guerrillero
Source: Antonio Tellez, Sabate: Guerrilla Extraordinary

2 Feb 1951 El Quico arrested in Dijon, & on the 23rd the examining judge was asked to re-open a case against him & others for culpable homicide & attempted robbery; on 3 November 1952 the Instructing Judge from Lyons orders Francisco Sabaté set free.

3 Feb 1951 Jose Peirats Valls, Secretary-General of the Spanish Libertarian Movement in France, arrested in Toulouse

FEB 4, 1950 José Lopez Penedo, brought down in a hail of bullets in 1949 when police attempted to take him & El Quico's brother Jose Sabate, executed in Barcelona, alongside Carlos Vidal Passnau who was sentenced for his part in the attentat in the Calle de Marina

24 February 1950 Manuel Sabaté Llopart executed along with Saturnino Culeras Saiz (arrested in October 1949) at the notorioius Camp de la bota in Barcelona 12 March 1951 Agitation against the Tramway Company leads to a General Strike in Barcelona with over 30,000 workers taking to the streets; one leaflet, not emanating from any of the clandestine libertarian organizations roughly read:
To sort it out with the trams
Facerias is your man.
To fight against the Requete,
With Sabaté we'll win the day! The strike spread to Badelona, Torrasa, Sabadel & Manresa with 150,00 workers out on the streets by 13 March before being brutally supressed

21 March 1956 Sabaté kills a pursuing Police Inspector

29 April 1955 Sabaté arrives in Barcelona with a group of four comrades; along with weapons their bags were mostly full of copies of the anarchist-syndicalist newspaper El Combate dated 1 May 1955 to help revive May Day. 7/23/1931 minister of the Interior Maura orders the army to destroy the bar Casa de Cornelio, an anarchist-syndicalist meeting place. 22 high explosive shells from three artillery pieces reduce the old bar to rubble. 23 de julio de 1931.

5 November 1949 Juan Serrano, an ex-boxer known as "El Chofer" & part of an action group along with Facerias, Guillermo Ganuza Navarro & J. Marti, went from France into Barcelona. Serrano was murdered in a street there on 5 November 1949

24 Nov 1950 Placido Ortiz & Simon Gracia Fleringan, members of the "Los Manos" group executed by firing squad

12/8/1933 Insurrections break out in Barcelona, Zaragoza, Valencia, Granada, ; put down on the 14th with thousands of cenetistas sent to prison (including Durruti, Cipriano Merz & Isaac Puente)

2/19/1939 26th Division (Durruti), the last of the organized units to leave Barcelona, enters into France. Sabaté & his comrades are interned at the Vernat d'Adiege concentration camp.

12/10/1942 2 warehouses of explosives destroyed in a daring act of sabotage...the same gun-powder factory where Sabaté had worked afteer leaving the French concentration camp in 1939

May 1945 First Congress of Local Federations of the Spanish Liberation Movement held in Paris
4 March 1947 Victorio Gual executed in Barcelona

14 Feb 1949 Guardia Civil Jose Puertas, Jose Bartolivo & Juan Vilella after being tortured, are bound & gagged & taken to a deserted area & murdered.

9 March 1949 Jose Sabaté & Jose Lopez Penedo in a shoot-out with police. One cop killed. Lopez is shot down, & captured; Sabaté is wounded but escapes orange diamond dingbat, added 2012, remove 2013 22 Dec 1956 Sabate, Amadeo Ramon Valladar (better known as El Asturiano) & others rob a large, powerful construction company, Cubiertas y Tejados

2 Aug 1963 Ramon Vila Capdevila blows up electricity pylons Manresa, Catalonia, his last act of sabotage Francisco Sabaté

Jose Luis Facerias, various rotating photos


6 May 1955 Sabaté & four others rob a bank; he robbed many, using the funds to finance their activities & distribute propaganda for the activist groups in Barcelona & adjoining towns & villages. POSTED>>>

May 15 (1949?) 3 bombs set off at the Bolivian, Peruvian & (Brazilian explosive failed to ignite) consulates by Facerias, Androver, El Quico, Paco & others POSTED>>>

May 29, 1949 Francisco Denis, better known as "Catala" crossed the Franco-Spanish border arrested while on a mission to Manresa arrested near Gironella, & took a cyanide capsule & died on June 3, 1949

August 26, 1949 a group led by Facerias engaged the Guardiea Civil in a gun-battle near the French border. 2 comrades, Celedonio Garcia Casino & Enrique Martinez Marin killed & Antonio Franquesa Funoll badly wounded (Funoll, an experienced guide & a POUMist who preferred to work with the libertarian groups was killed in another fight on 19 April 1950.


Oct 21 Julio Rodriguez Fernandez, "El Cubano", shot down by police; police also shot down the unarmed Victor Espallargas & Jose Luis Barrao

28 September 1955 Sabaté hires a taxi with a sun roof to fire off a home-made mortar to scatter leaflets over a distance of 200 yards during one of Franco's visits to Barcelona

28 September 1955 Sabaté hires a taxi with a sun roof to fire off a home-made mortar to scatter leaflets over a distance of 200 yards during one of Franco's visits to Barcelona

10/30/1945 onwards Barcelona police begin a wholesale campaign of repression POSTED >>>>>

23 May Sabaté & a companion rob the Central Bank in the Calle Fusina

26 July 1956

1745 -- English religious writer, best known for her popular tracts & as an educator of the poor, Hannah More lives, Stapleton, Glaucestershire.

1779 -- US: Anthony Benezet refuses to pay taxes to support Revolutionary War.

1826 -- French culinary philosopher Anthelme Brillat-Savarin dies.

Horizon, Carlos Canas
1848 -- Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ends US war with Mexico. After invasion by peace-loving America, México cedes over 1/3 of its land — parts of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Colorado & Texas — to the US. 25,000 Mexicans & 12,000 Americans lost their lives in the 17-month imperialist visitation.
Regiments from Virginia, Mississippi, & North Carolina rebel & 9,207 desert during this popular land grab (some fine patriots insisting we take the whole country). Those failing to desert became increasingly incorrigible.

The treaty leads the Whig Intelligencer to crow "we take nothing by conquest.... Thank God."

1851 -- México: José Guadalupe Posada lives (1851-1913). Engraver & illustrator. Posada poster

Daily Bleed Patron Saint December 17, 2003-4
Master Mexican street artist
& peoples' illustrator.

Havelock Ellis book by Joseph Ishill, source
1859 -- Havelock Ellis, American sex reformer, lives.

Daily Bleed Patron Saint 2004
Pioneer sexologist, closet pervert, liberated a full generation of uptight Americans.

"The place where optimism most flourishes is the lunatic asylum."

1866 -- US: A black delegation led by Frederick Douglass meet with Beloved & Respected Comrade Leader President Andrew Johnson at the White House to advocate black suffrage. The Beloved expresses his opposition.

1869 -- Burma Shave?: James Oliver invents the removable tempered steel plow blade.

1870 -- Mark Twain, 34, marries Olivia Langdon in Elmira, New York.

1870 -- Wales: The Cardiff Giant (supposed petrified human) proves to be gypsum.

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book cover, Emperor Norton's Ghost
1872 -- Joshua Norton I, "Dei Gratia" Emperor of the United States & Protector of Mexico, Fires All Public Officials.

The Public Officials having again notoriously betrayed the confidence & trust imposed in them by a trusting people; & having shamefully disregarded the public interest & the people's welfare to feather their own nests; now, therefore, We, Norton I, Emperor of America & Protector of Mexico, do hereby order all such Officials to resign forthwith, & do declare their said offices vacant from the date hereof.

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1872 -- Russia: Peter Kropotkin leaves during this month [I don't have exact date — ed.] for Switzerland. Upon arriving in Zurich Peter immediately joins the local chapter of the International. He is given socialist literature unavailable in Russia. After reading numerous works on socialism, Peter continues his vigorous study of the subject, traveling throughout Switzerland to question various socialist leaders. He also attends the worker's meetings of the International (rather than the leader's meetings). In March, a friend suggests that Peter visit the centers of the Jura Federation in Neuchatel.

Baseball & bat
1876 -- US: National Baseball League forms, consisting of Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Louisville & Hartford.

Three weeks away before Nummer One Son begins tossing de ball & running the bags:

& the right field bleechers go mad with Chicanos & blacks
& Brooklyn beer-drinkers,
"Tito! Sock it to him, sweet Tito!"
& sweet Tito puts his foot in the bucket
& smacks one that don't come back at all,
& flees around the bases
like he's escaping from the United Fruit Company.
As the gringo dollar beats out the pound.
& sweet Tito beats it out like he's beating out usury,
not to mention fascism & anti-semitism.
& Juan Marichal comes up,
& the Chicano bleechers go loco again...

— excerpt, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, "Baseball Canto"

Animated baseball

1877 -- US: James Miller, a "mulatto," is the first man to be sent to the gallows after Colorado achieves statehood. The trap door would at first not open...
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1879 -- US: Paiute Trail of Tears — 540 Paiutes arrive at the Yakama reservation after a forced march through winter snows from Southern Oregon.

"Maybe we should not have humored them when they asked to live on reservations. Maybe we should have said, No, come join us. Be citizens along with the rest of us."

— acting Beloved & Respected Comrade Leader President Ronald Reagan during a trip to Moscow, when a student asks about US treatment of Native Americans

1882 -- James Joyce lives, Dublin, Ireland.

 Ford Madox Ford, James Joyce, Ezra Pound, John Quinn
Ford Madox Ford, James Joyce, Ezra Pound & John Quinn at Pound's place in Paris in 1923. Quinn was a lawyer who defended the publication of Ulysses in The Little Review in 1921.

The Sneeze, still clips
1893 -- US: First movie close-up (of a sneeze), Edison studio, West Orange, NJ.

Roman Delgado, Spanish anarquista
1894 -- Román Delgado lives (1894-1952). Spanish anarchosyndicalist, emigrated to Cuba, but expelled in 1915, he went to North America & joined the Magoniste group in San Antonio, Texass.

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1901 -- US: New Army Drills: Congress establishes US Army Dental Corps.

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Mika Etchebehere
1902 -- Argentinean Mika Etchebehere lives (1902-1992, née Michèle Feldman). Militant Marxist & then an anarquista. Mika fought in the Spanish Revolution with the P.O.U.M. & also with Cipriano Mera.

"Ce qui peut me rester de l'anarchisme, c'est mon incapacité à respecter les hiérarchies imposées et ma foi dans le cercle de l'égalité..."

Ayn Rand cleverly disguised as Phyllis Diller
1905 -- Russian-born Joan Rivers/Phyllis Diller wanna-be & American writer whose work fronts her philosophy of objectivism (moralizing autocrats), Ayn Rand lives.

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1918 -- Dutch novelist noted for her innovative historical fiction, Hella Haasse lives, Batavia, Dutch East Indies (now Jakarta, Indonesia). Her books include Onverenigbaarheid van karakter ("Incompatibility of Character," 1978) & De groten der aarde ("Great Figures of History," 1981), both written in a collage form using authentic documents to tell her stories.

1923 -- Poet/novelist James Dickey (Deliverance, 1970) lives, Atlanta, Georgia. His poetry is most noted for its lyrical portrayal of a world in conflict — predator with prey, soldier with soldier, self with itself.

"The poet is not trying the tell the truth. He's trying to make it."

1926 -- France: Jules Leroux (1860-1926) dies. Militant anarchist cooperativist. Founded a working coop of shoe makers in Amiens. Began manufacturing in 1902 & in 1906, becomes the "Société coopérative de production à bases socialistes." Forced to close in 1914, they resume activity with the end of the war, animated by Jules Leroux.
[Source: L'Ephéméride Anarchiste]

1927 -- Stan Getz, jazz musician, lives.

old book
1928 -- Cynthia Macdonald, American poet lives. Her first published volume of poetry, Amputations (1970), drew attention with its startling imagery. She founded the creative writing program at the University of Houston in 1979.

1931 -- Poet Judith Viorst lives.

Ooopsie! bullet hole
1931 -- Argentinean anarchist Paulino Scarfo dies in a shoot out with police.

1931 -- US: First American citizens are "repatriated" from the nation as Los Angeles Chicanos are deported to Mexico.

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1932 -- Switzerland: First world disarmament convention opens, Geneva. All governments, being populated with rational, bright & ethical people concerned only for the welfare of their people, immediately disarm...

1932 --
"It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)"

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra


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Statuette of Emma Tenayuca
1938 -- US: Firebrand Emma Tenayuca leads pecan shellers strike, San Antonio, Texass.

In February, low wages in the pecan industry lead to a month-long strike at the Southern Pecan-Shelling Company. Emma Tenayuca, a charismatic young leader, helps to organize the walkout that wins wage increases. Luisa Moreno recruits many of the workers for the United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing, & Allied Workers of America (UCAPAWA) union.

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1938 -- Emma Goldman, anarchist feministEngland: During this month Emma Goldman plans a spring benefit for the SIA; feels more confident about its prospects when more individuals agree to serve as sponsors, including art critic Sir Herbert Read, Laurence Housman, Havelock Ellis, John Cowper Powys, George Orwell, & Rebecca West, among others.

Also, related, an exhibition of drawings by children in Barcelona schools & lace work by women refugees opens at the SIA office but draws only a handful of visitors despite extensive publicity; & the first issue of the S.I.A. bulletin is published.

Source: Emma Goldman Papers

1939 -- England: This month Emma Goldman is frantic with worry until she receives firm news of the whereabouts of anarchists who have escaped from Catalonia after the collapse of the resistance in Spain. Most find sanctuary in France but face harsh conditions in internment camps; others reach Paris without permits. Emma Goldman, anarchist feminist

Vázquez's account for the suddenness of the collapse in Catalonia names exhaustion among the armies after the counterattack by Franco's forces on the Ebro front, shortages of military personnel, war-weariness & declining morale among the civilian population exacerbated by food shortages, & the hurried & open removal of the government from Barcelona that led to panic among the population.

Also this month, IISH informs Goldman that her archive has been sent to England in case the Nazis invade the Netherlands.

1942 -- Daniil Kharms (1905-1942) dies.

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"Literary Hooligan," starved to death
in Respected & Beloved Comrade Leader
Uncle Joe Stalin's prisons.
Illustration of Kharms

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1942 -- US: A Los Angeles Times column urges security measures against Japanese-Americans, arguing that a Japanese-American "almost inevitably . . . grows up to be a Japanese, not an American."

1944 -- Italy: Salvatore Cassia lives, (1944-2002). Electronics worker, he discovered anarchism in the public library at Trapani which had a rich collection of texts & newspapers from the 19th century. Actively involved in campaigns around the police murder of Giuseppe Pinelli (made famous by Dario Fo’s play Accidental Death of an Anarchist where, like Pinelli, an anarchist is thrown from a police station window) & for the release & pardoning of the framed Valpreda & his comrades.

Toy rocket
1946 -- US: The first Buck Rogers automatic pistol is made for the annual American Toy Fair.

Cartoon of Artaud in straitjacket
1948 -- Radio broadcast of Antonin Artaud's "Pour En Finir Avec le Judgement de Dieu" is canceled. A heretic's scatological tirade at the extreme of the linguistic lunatic fringe, it was perhaps Artaud's electronic revenge against his incarcerators — an invective broadcast from the end of the mind.

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1951 -- US: First four of seven blacks convicted of raping a Virginia white woman, Mrs. Ruby Stroud Floyd, die in the electric chair. The remaining three are fried on February 5. (An anomaly in Virginia's glorious history: to date only one white has ever been executed for rape.)

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1951 -- anarchist diamond; anarquistaFrance: Francisco Sabaté (El Quico) arrested in Dijon, & on the 23rd the examining judge is asked to re-open a case against him & others for culpable homicide & attempted robbery; on 3 November 1952 the Instructing Judge from Lyons orders Sabaté set free.
Source: Antonio Tellez, Sabate: Guerrilla Extraordinary

1952 -- US: Convicted "trunk murderess" Winnie Ruth Judd escapes from the Arizona State Insane Hospital for the fifth time. She was recaptured 7 February (see 16 October).

1954 -- Snow falls on Gibraltar.

1955 --
Way Far Out Strange Stuff:

1955 - A massive black blizzard (a snowstorm combined with black dust & dirt churned from the earth by strong wind) strikes the Southwest & Plains. [Weather Notebook, Feb. 2, 1999]

1956 -- Italy: La polizia di stato arresta a Partinico (Palermo) Danilo Dolci (definito "noto agitatore politico") ed altre 19 persone mentre partecipavano con 200 braccianti al dissodamento di un terreno incolto.
Source: [Crimini e Misfatti]

1956 -- US: Four black mothers arrested after a sit-in at a Chicago elementary school. Protests, picketing & demonstrations continue for several weeks against de facto segregation, double shifts & mobile classrooms.

1956 -- Allen Ginsberg, armed with scraggly beard, ecstatic mind, & local poet cohort Gary Snyder arrive in Seattle to pay tribute to local labor with drugs & poetry.

Busride along waterfront down Yessler under street bridge
to the old red Wobbly Hall —

One Big Union, posters of the Great Mandala of Labor,
bleareyed dusty cardplayers dreaming behind the counter . . .
'but these young fellers can't see ahead & we nothing to
offer' —

— Allen Ginsberg, "Afternoon Seattle"

1957 -- SI dingbat

Mad psychogeographer

February 2 to 26

Belgium: First Exhibition of Psychogeography, presented by the International Movement for an Imaginist Bauhaus, the Lettrist International & the London Psychogeographical Committee at Taptoe Gallery in Brussels.
The catalogue lists paintings & ceramics by Guy Debord, Asger Jorn, Yves Klein, Ralph Rumney, Michèle Bernstein, Mohamed Dahou & a "mad psychogeographer" but only Jorn, Klein & Rumney participate. | [Situationist Resources]

1959 -- Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens & the Big Bopper make their last onstage appearances during the GAC Winter Show tour, at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa.

1960 -- US: Reservations Please¡?¡ Florida's Attorney General finds sodomy on Indian reservations is not in the state's juridiction & legal if a tribe has no law against it.

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1962 -- US: Land of the Free U-Haul? University of Washington bans campus speech by Gus Hall, head of Communist Party USA, in Seattle.

1966 -- Australia: First burning of conscription papers, Sydney.

1968 -- Germany: Fight between left-wing students & neo-nazi organizations: one morto e decine di feriti.

Over the next few days students occupy the university, & demand the expulsion of Heinrich Luebke, a former Nazi.

Meanwhile, over in Italy, following the occupation of the University of Florence, the movement grows to include Rome. Some professors join the student demonstrators.

Source: "1968: A wall between this century" (no longer online)

Bertrand Russell silhouette
1970 -- England: Philosopher/activist Bertrand Russell dies in Penryndeudraeth, Merioneth, three years short of 100. His War Crimes Tribunal was instrumental in providing a world forum which could not be ignored (even by US media), revealing US lies & atrocities perpetrated during the Vietnam War years.

1972 -- Ireland: Three days after 13 unarmed civil rights demonstrators were shot dead by British paratroopers in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, outraged Irish citizens burn down the British embassy in Dublin, the capital of independent Ireland.

Kenneth Patchen, poet, anarchist
1972 -- US: Tribute for the anarchist poet/author Kenneth Patchen held at City Lights Poets Theater.

 fireworks, animated
1974 -- Keith Emerson injures his hands when a piano prematurely explodes during a concert in Frisco, California. He suffers various cuts & a broken fingernail.

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Spikey fish
1989 -- Italy: Volantino sull'arresto di Alfredo Bonanno a Bergamo durante una rapina Giovedi gli anarchici Alfredo Bonanno e Giuseppe Stasi vengono arrestati nel corso di una rapina a Bergamo.


Nel gennaio '89, un anno e mezzo dopo l'occupazione, 10 anni dopo lo scioglimento dell'ente morale proprietario del posto, il Comune si accorge di avere un posto occupato (la polizia se n'era già accorta dopo 13 giorni e l'aveva sgomberato manu militari; fu rioccupato la notte stessa). Delle tante iniziative e manifesti, un piccolo adesivo sparso per la città.

the anarchists Alfredo Bonanno & Giuseppe Stasi come arrest in the course of a holdup to Bergamo. It seizes to you from the police, up to the present it is unknown where they are ended.

While the repressive apparatus prepares the usual montatura swelling the happened one, inventing a conspiracy that can justify the accusation of armed band in order to imply the greater number of anarchists, simple friends, relatives & knowing. Bonanno is one of the most famous theorists of the Italian anarchical movement, written its is famous in all Europe. The authority is understood well that if it wants to inculare it.

part of the Serravalle · Canenero ‘O.R.A.I.’ Marini trial Anarchists Antonio Budini, Jean Weir, Carlo Tesseri, Christos Stratigopulous & Eva Tziutzia / appeal at the Court of Cassation Alfredo Bonanno – 6 years; Angela Maria (Marina) Lo Vecchio – 15 years; Orlando Campo – 10 years & Carlo Tesseri – three years & nine months. Two others, Gregorian Garagin & Francesco Porcu, are already in prison serving sentences of 30 years & life respectively. Rose Ann Scrocco

1990 -- South African President deKlerk lifts ban on opposition groups; African National Congress (ANC) is now legal.

1990 -- US: Secret Service agents raid Len Rose, aka Terminus. In two days they raid three more computer hackers.

2001 -- US: New Jersey agrees to pay $13 million to settle a suit by four minority men shot & wounded in a 1998 traffic stop. Charges against 128 other minority defendants are dismissed under claims of racial profiling.

Spikey fish
2003 -- anarchist diamond dingbatThe insurrectionary Alfredo Bonanno is sentenced to six years plus a 2000 Euros fine for "armed robbery" & other crimes. The charges stemmed from the infamous "Marini Trial," in which hundreds of anarchists were rounded up & charged with every conceivable crime (ideally led by Bonanno).
Bonanno is one of hundreds of Italian anarchists arrested on the night of June 19, 1997, when Italian security forces carried out raids on anarchist centers & private homes all over Italy. The raids followed the bombing of Palazzo Marino in Milan, Italy on April 25, 1997.

Bonanno, an insurrectionary anarchist from Italy, has had a great impact on insurrectionary anarchism, writing essays such as "Armed Joy," "The Anarchist Tension" & others. He is an editor of Anarchismo Editions & many publications, only some of which have been translated into English. He has been involved in the anarchist movement for over thirty years.

On national liberation struggles, he said that anarchists: "refuse to participate in national liberation fronts; they participate in class fronts which may or may not be involved in national liberation struggles. The struggle must spread to establish economic, political & social structures in the liberated territories, based on federalist & libertarian organisations." (Alfredo M. Bonanno, Anarchism & the National Liberation Struggle (1977))

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"The governors of the world believe, & have always believed, that virtue can only be taught by teaching falsehood, & that any man who knew the truth would be wicked. I disbelieve this, absolutely & entirely. I believe that love of truth is the basis of all real virtue, & that virtues based upon lies can only do harm."

       — Bertrand Russell

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