Anselme Bellegarrigue. by Max Nettlau (). Excerpted from Max Nettlau , A Short History of Anarchism, trans. Ida Pilat Isca, ed. Heiner M. Becker. A collection of quotes attributed to French anarchist Anselme Bellegarrigue. 12 results for Books: “Anselme Bellegarrigue” by Bellegarrigue, Anselme ; Petit, Ramón The Anarchist Manifesto by Anselme Bellegarrigue ().
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An Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government In addition to these, there were also published in Paris two independent mutualist organs: The time has arrived for all Frenchmen, in whose arteries still beats a little Gallic blood, who, from Diocletian to Charlemagne, protested against the tyranny of the empire, to assume their position as free citizens, and to call to account the cowardice and the inability of the men of the people, the Republican individualities, for our collapsed credit, for our vanished capital, for our paralyzed belleharrigue, for our lay-offs, for our extinguished trade, for our products without market; for our France, finally, so unproductive, so alienated, so venal, so prostituted, so debased, so inhospitable, so foreign to ourselves, so polluted by the tax authorities, and so close to contempt for its children, that they will soon not have enough love in their hearts to set their courage against attempts by their ravishers!
They reason from the point of view of the needs anselmee their fortune has given them. Those that put it in danger.
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Can we be a free people, as long as our entire existence, from the civil order to the hygienic order, will be so regulated? Date and time of data generation As long as they cannot usurp my mastery, as long as they cannot fail in their duty towards me, those in office do not at all seem to me to require serious attention: Thus, finally, in reclaiming all our freedoms, we have abolished, with their multiple budgets, that complex administration of the illegitimate monarchies, that exorbitant tutelage that arose in the shady days of imperial tyranny, which has lain dead, crushed by discussion, for over thirty years, and whose asnelme cadaver, because we have not known how or where to bury it, stifles our freedom.
He was also an editor for the daily La Civilisation from Marcha local newspaper selling about copies. What are the conditions for this? No one, therefore, has seen the Republic, because the Republic is nothing other than the liberation of France from the tutelage of governments.
All will respond unanimously in the affirmative; for all, regardless, the person and his belongings are sacred, and the national territory inviolable.
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I have said enough to make it understandable, how, by taking the revolution in February at its word, it is anselmf to attain both sides of the democratic equation: No one can believe in the corruptibility of the majorities, without denying at the same time human reason and the principle of its demonstration.
We have confidence in no one but ourselves. The Republic does not accept the coarse ridicule of the official denominations that I have just listed. If I wanted to adopt the reasoning of skilled people, who use for their own interests the powers that society confers upon them, this would lead me to a curious conclusion, a disappointing commentary on the tumultuous spectacle of revolutions! Let us say, moreover, that the result of an armed revolution, supposing that the revolution is generously interpreted by a kindhearted man, all-powerful over opinion, honest, disinterested and democratic like Washington, the result of an armed revolution, I have anelme, can turn to the profit of public law.
He who has carried out shadowy misdeeds, without witness and without coming to grief, skillfully avoiding the prohibitive letter of the law, and who enjoys the protection of the judge is also a man against whom no grounds for complaint have been proven.
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So, well, why should we seek the guardian spirit of a government outside this reservoir of the common bllegarrigue of all? To defend them is to exploit them!
These travels convinced him of the advantages of democracy and individual liberties. Fear is nothing but the condemnation of oneself, and once one is condemned there is no shortage of executioners.
As if it were possible to have the intelligence of everyone, when everyone ansslme his intelligence. I still find it strange, incomprehensible, anti-natural, and extra-human, to devote oneself to the happiness of people that one does not know, and I declare that I have not the honor of being known by the men who govern me.
Who says government, says negation of the people; Who says negation of the people, says affirmation of political authority; Who says affirmation of political authority, says individual dependency; Who says individual dependency, says class supremacy; Who says class supremacy, says inequality; Who says inequality, says antagonism; Who says antagonism, says civil war; From which it follows that who says government, says civil war.
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Socialism is, in short, a very obscure blelegarrigue system, highly complicated, extraordinarily confusing, that erudite men are obliged to study in minute detail to arrive most often at not understanding anything at all. Remove the administration, smother the monster, crush the Minotaur, demolish the fortress, and what is left?
The proclamations posted on every wall in Paris and sent to the very smallest township tell society that it has just been saved.
Who is afraid of an avalanche, if it is not the one who wants to stop it? Close Table of Contents. All these things fall within the accommodation of the taste, of the faith, of the conscience of each one of us, and it is perhaps possible that one can be a monk, a socialist, a man of court and an excellent citizen at the same time, since the religions, which must remain outside the laws of the State, do not dispense at all with obedience to the laws of the State.
Well, this could introduce a fundamental deception in public belief, since an able man, confronted with the law, finds himself with the same features as a man who is truly virtuous. The despair of the apprentice tyrants might perhaps have been unleashed on him; but his death, like that of all great citizens, would have been fecund!
We can therefore say of the majority of the Assembly that which we said of the members of the provisional government: XXIII Let us say, moreover, that the result of an armed revolution, supposing that the revolution is generously interpreted by a kindhearted man, all-powerful over opinion, honest, disinterested and democratic like Washington, the result of an armed revolution, I have said, can turn to the profit of public law.