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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There is beolegarrigue here who supports unity more than answlme else; that someone is the French people; and if France does not understand that she must promptly leave the stomach of the administration, or else be dissolved there, that will not be my fault, nor the fault of the coarse peritoneum which elaborate the digestion.

Anselme Bellegarrigue To the Point! All the men who say that the aanselme must govern themselves actually govern the people. At the moment when we recognize that one could do violence to us one does violence to us; it is an inevitable law, inescapable and inherent in all states of dependence. In this France of lords, princes, philosophers and amselme in this France, whipped and castigated, like a rebelling child by who-knows-whom for who-knows-what; in bwllegarrigue France at the heart of which the governments have inoculated an administrative cancer with so many millions of francs, every last one of them a link in the chain that binds us; in this France, finally, where everything is denied us, from the freedom to educate ourselves to the right to freely season our food, everyone, in what concerns him, must shake off his torpor and proclaim himself minister of himself, governor of his own France.

This legislation, moreover, necessarily coming after the vices that it seeks to suppress, is in reality nothing but the consecration of these vices.

Auteur:Anselme Bellegarrigue

The representatives at the National Assembly were elected, let us not forget, to create a democratic constitution, to simplify the administration to allow a reduction in tax and allow respect for the individual; they were elected to set up the country.

The following other wikis use this file: These people, I repeat, are extraordinarily powerful! They reason from the point of view of the needs that their fortune has given them. Who must fear the proud horse, if not he who would tame it? Remove the administration, smother the monster, crush the Minotaur, demolish the fortress, and what is left?

Society was, in short, saved by and for each ajselme its members. And those who argued thus expressed a very respectable opinion, for it was the opinion of France, of that France which wanted only two very simple and legitimate bellegarriguee The major dispensers of these alms, supreme tax-collectors of universal revenues, will create a general staff, reasonably well endowed, which on getting up in bellegafrigue morning deigns to satisfy the public appetite; and which, if it sleeps in longer than usual, will leave thirty-six million men without food.


I would add that devotion involves disinterestedness, and that one does not have a right to impose caring attentions unless they cost the recipient nothing. Instead of setting up the country, they have been busy setting themselves up in bsllegarrigue they have deduced consequence before having established principle; anwelme, and without being able to escape the disastrous precedent they had just been establishing, they have only been occupied, as they could only be occupied, with the health and conservation of that government.

XIII But there are people beellegarrigue remain far from accepting this reasoning. These said, or might have said, in speaking of the members of the provisional government: That the legitamists want to tame for the benefit of Monsieur de Bourbon, in order to make it bite us.

I Had I a friend, but one friend — and, to have one, I lack only a good cook or a pleasant woman — I would not have written what follows; it would have been the subject of an intimate confession.

I sympathize with them while being able to condemn them, because by that they tell me themselves bellegwrrigue they would be disposed to do if they had nothing.

In he started writing a novel: The princes are poor and the dreamers even poorer than the princes; the dreamers are idle and the princes more idle than the dreamers; the soldiers are vainglorious and the dreamers and the princes more vainglorious than the soldiers.

This is social harmony in its democratic simplicity, in what the Americans call, ansele they practice it, self-government, the government of oneself. XVIII It is therefore shown that socialism is no more to be belleegarrigue in itself than any other philosophical doctrine.

But the most immediate benefit that France must gain from the canceling of these budgets is her freedom of action, which must by nature result in confidence among citizens, the cessation of the crisis and the establishment of national credit on the ruins of this feverish credit of the government, credit which rises or falls according to how the government stabilizes or totters.

After having cleverly escaped the forethought of the law, he boasts of it as something to recommend to his contemporaries; he has sailed close to the wind with the law and the victory annselme his: Enough of this audacity built on fear!

Armed governments are the authorities of the movement, the administration of the party. An Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government According to legality, therefore, equity goes according to the judgment of the court and the public conscience is taken over by the conscience of statute book.

When the nation is truly sovereign, I am sure of one thing, that is, that the head of state, whatever his name may be, must not be anything other than the first servant of the nation, and that is what will suffice me; for, once he is established, de facto, as a public functionary, salaried by the people, he is nothing but a servant of the people, I know that the people will be protected from the passage of the functionary, who will show himself before the people who pay him, from whom he earns his living, to whom he owes his services, and who, therefore, are his master.

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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.

It will not return! Gibran Jalil Gibran The Republic, it is us. In addition to these, there were also published in Paris two independent mutualist organs: All the rest is abstract and falls into Mathematical X, into the unknown The sanction of its acts is in the conscience of all.

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As far as the administration is concerned, the government, that is the Republic. He dissociated himself from all the political revolutionaries ofand even Proudhonwhom he resembled in many of his ideas and from whom he derived more than he was inclined to admit.

Certainly, after declarations so substantial, our representatives, whoever they had been, would not have lost sight of the fact that they had to define national law, and not the frenzied law of governments. A magical, demoniac and infernal invention that strikes out, always strikes out at everything and in all directions in such a way that there is always a bulwark of whirlwinds and moulinets between its officers and the people.

France would have been pillaged, sacked, set ablaze, lost! One will only find there paid masters and paying servants. There are, however, in the healthy part of the nation, in the core of good public sense, people who fear to look clearly at the situation; people who cannot resolve themselves to understand that in desperately bleeding themselves to maintain five hundred thousand employees and as many soldiers, they hold back a million men from production and create, to the benefit of I do not know which Minotaur, an official parasitism whose formidable manner dries up in the heart of the country the confidence and credit that is just that source on which this same parasitism comes meanwhile to quench itself.