Anarchy 21

Belaurssian pamhplet "Anarchy 21" (currently only available in Russian language) is was originally published by group "Revolutionary Action" in its website ( http://belarus.avtonom.org ). Texts is controversial - in particular, the offered illegal way  was apparently premature in Belarussian context, as the recent defeat of the movement there proves - in fact, it is possible that the proposed path is much more viable in the Russian semi-democratic than Belarussian semi-totalitarian  conditions.

But, nevertheless, there is a significant development from times of the early "Militant-anarchism, (as this tendency described itself), which was, essentially just  a fight club for lads. In the text, there  are no pointless tirades against rest of the movement  (except for a brief and unnecessary comment against the "subculture"), in general it is with a very solid text. After reading the texts of pompous North American "insurrectionalists", filled with ridiculous jargon, or the Greek claims, which are not much more than hot air, it is indeed a joy to read  asimple and clear introduction to the the subject matter, "insurrectionalist anarchism" in our neighboring country.

 

Pamhplet is attached here: http://avtonom.org/node/14239

 

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