During these years the antagonist movement in Italy shed all its taboos concerning destruction, violence and the use of arms against the class enemy. It became normal to respond to the humiliation and tyranny of capital with the arms considered most effective, and the violence of the bosses, police and fascists found and immediate response both in the streets and in specific retaliatory actions.
When this counter-information was first published, the aim was to make known and extend the whole dimension of armed struggle, so it contains little criticism of the forms that struggle took. Now it is time to contribute to the qualitative aspect of the struggle that is spreading today, using methods that include sabotage against the structures of capital carried out by small groups of comrades who have come together on the basis of affinity. These contain a strong element of creativity and joy, in the knowledge that it is simple to attack what is oppressing us directly and that there is no need for endless documents of ideological justification for doing so.
Armed Struggle in Italy / Revised 2009 (Elephant Editions)
A collection of writings by Italian insurrectionary anarchist Massimo Passamani.
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Toward the Creative Nothing – Renzo Novatore (Elephant Editions)
In spite of its emancipatory and radical airs, feminism remains in the area of capitalist society to the point of even becoming the guardian of female alienation. It is not enough to define it an incomplete revolt, soliciting it to become total by abandoning the purely women’s point of view. We need to show up its content and the inversions that it involves in terms of real solutions.
Anarchism is not a concept that can be locked up in a word like a gravestone. It is not a political theory. It is a way of conceiving life, and life, young or old as we may be is a stake we must play day after day.
Download The Anarchist Tension as a pdf
by El Paso Occupato
and Barocchio Occupato
Ted Kaczynski’s magnum opus, Industrial Society and Its Future, also titled The Unabomber’s Manifesto. Discusses the failure of industrial civilization, rejects orthodox leftism, and provides a background for Kaczynski’s bombing campaign.
Shows some extent of the armed struggle that was carried out in Britain in the late sixties and early seventies, reproposing the validity of armed attack against capital in all its forms.
Download The Angry Brigade as a pdf