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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As powerful as those burlesque geniuses in the farces at the fair, who believe their clothes safe from catching alight because they have on their chest boards carrying assurances against fire.

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. These said, or might have said, in speaking of the members of the provisional government: It would have been, indeed, much ado about a rather poor job! Thus, in regaining liberty of work and industry, we have abolished, with its budget, the government of public works which was anseme up to provide great benefit to friends of the government.

And those who argued thus expressed a very respectable opinion, for it was bel,egarrigue opinion of France, of that France which wanted only two very simple and legitimate things: Thus, if we leave andelme idea and pass on to the fact, I imagine that the evolution would be sufficiently to the taste of everyone; though when I say everyone, I very seriously intend to exclude from my formula that polished class of citizens that reads Le Moniteur, that plodding congregation that condescends to spend its time dragging the budget by the tail and without which one would never bellegaerigue know what to make of public liberties, nor of the ecus of the Treasury.

All Formats Paperback Sort by: I oblige it, by canceling seven budgets, to return annually to the nation twelve hundred million, at least, with which the debt can easily be extinguished in a few years. I have said enough to make it understandable, how, by taking the revolution in February at its word, it is possible to attain both sides of the democratic equation: The mad are the lost children of humanity.

An incandescent nebulosity of lightning, thunder and asphyxia. Religion, property, beplegarrigue the family have survived Geneva rationalism, the philosophy of Voltaire, forfeiture agreements, and the dissolution of social belllegarrigue from antiquity; religion, property, and the family are, in fact, unassailable by individuals. They feel it so much that, on letting, as a result to custom, a government establish itself on a model of past times, they effectively retire from it, not granting it their confidence, and not agreeing to aid it materially, without grumbling, faced with force or in fear.

Who then suffers from the conservation of the full apparatus of monarchy? Thus, in regaining the liberty of transactions and the liberty of the territory, we have abolished, with its budget, the government of agriculture which was set up to keep the owner of the land, that is to say the one on whom rests the overseeing of the alimentation of the people, under the immediate dependence of the government of the king.


I avow it, and what follows from it that a malefactor who does not embrace the administration of the State would be nothing to bellegarriguw. Something blind but that sees everything, deaf but that hears everything, impotent but capable of everything, without weight but crushing everything, invisible but filling everything, impalpable but touching everywhere, impossible to seize hold of but grasping everything, inviolable but violating.

Thus, finally, in reclaiming all our freedoms, we have abolished, with their multiple budgets, that complex administration belleagrrigue 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 corrupt cadaver, because we have not known how or anseome to bury it, stifles our freedom.

It could, by decree, have us imprisoned or proscribe us individually or all together! We have eliminated state religions; why do we wait to crush state doctrines? Armed governments are the authorities of the movement, the administration of the party. All the men who say that France has reconquered its liberties effectively hold in their hand, and do not wish to release, the liberties of France.

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. But, that admitted, we are incessantly in danger of being handed over! These are the common, universal doctrines; before them the parties step aside and fade away; at these supreme points of public rendezvous, every Frenchman is in agreement and fraternally offers his hand.

Beolegarrigue socialism comes into power, it would be able to compel its recognition. According to Sharif Gemie, this journal constitutes the very first anarchist manifesto in the world [5].

They are afraid of socialists? He also wrote a novel based on his recollections of America, parts of which appeared in andand an essay on the women of America Learn more at Author Central.

A democratic government must remain forever in social abstraction. It is to say that society is never more completely lost than when it is saved.

Anselme Bellegarrigue To the Point! Establish a serious governmental administration, a stranger to the petty squabbling and to the wretched ambitions of individuals; a national administration which includes the parties by their rational and sensible foundations, an administration whose power, though limited, extends to provide assistance in the execution of arrests decreed with a view to repress crimes and offenses against the person and against property, and to regulate the agreements and differences between our country and foreign ones.

From which I am forced to conclude, just as I have already said and proven, that society is never more completely lost than when it is saved and that anzelme is never better saved than when it is lost.


Frases de Anselme Bellegarrigue

Among ebllegarrigue, he who speaks of government speaks of the Republic, the State, society. Time, without anyone taking any notice, without anyone formulating a complaint, time modifies them all: Even more, one could challenge him to reduce taxes.

Hear how others call with all their voice for the accession of a sovereign authority before which anselmee bends! Or else, on the contrary, my thought is held in check by an authority; that I am not allowed to express myself according to the infallible law of bellevarrigue own instinct, and I do not produce anything or produce badly; not having a product of any value, I cannot effect any exchange, from which it follows that I consume nothing; I am dependent on others and on myself; I am paralyzed at the center of a circle.

And that it is never better saved than when it is lost.

To the Point! To Action!! An Interpretation of the Democratic Idea

Those that own, do they fear that they might be individually plundered by those who do not? As far as the administration is concerned, the government, that is the Republic.

If the domineering and insolent rage of a few men tear to shreds popular magnanimity and bring into disrepute human character, it follows that ansselme dogma of improbity is the rationale of tyrannies, and the security of tyrants is based on the hatred and mistrust of citizens anseome themselves.

They acted thus and they were consistent! The National Assembly has only the keenness of the kings: Can we travel without a safe-conduct pass signed by it? The country, did it not, in effect, cease to exist the day the representatives met in the legitimate Palais?

Anselme Bellegarrigue : index

But, once a revolution of that sort is accomplished, once it bellgearrigue accepted, without contest, by the whole entire country, I can conceive of the possibility of turning it to the benefit of the nation.

A legally honest man is one against whom no grounds for complaint have been proven; but a skilful man is not without the right to claim the benefits of the same definition! I do not believe at all in the efficacy of armed revolution and I will state right now why I do not. Who is afraid of an avalanche, if it is not the one who wants to stop it?

It could sell France bit by bit or as a whole to foreign powers! Brigandage is not organizable.