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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From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. There are the socialists of Louis Blanc. What is frightening bellegarigue it is the noise of the chains.

Who thinks this is wrong? 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!

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Who, therefore, trembles before freedom, if it is not wnselme This known, there is no more indecision in the city: If commerce, if industry, if education, if religion, if agriculture, if, in a word, the French are free can someone tell me what we have to do with the great masters of industry, of commerce, of education, of religion, of agriculture, of home affairs? There are only two points among the people on which no divergence of opinion can exist, two points on which converge the good sense of all parties irrespective of details.

See this page for further explanation. The legislation of France is not founded on the respect of individuals; it is founded on the principle of violation of public right, since lese-majesty, respect for the king, for the emperor, for the government, is consecrated at its root.

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Let me be enjoined, by a higher authority, to think in one way rather than another, to trade on such a condition rather than some other, to instruct myself in one school or with such a book rather than in another school or with another book; to exercise one profession rather than another; to like this instead of liking that — that is to tyrannize me as much as if I were ordered to eat vegetables rather than meat, and a government that has powers over such inordinate details will not fail to annoy an intelligent people that possesses a sense of human dignity.


This institution alone is bad, is dangerous, and whoever is put at the head of this institution will immediately be as dangerous as the socialists; first, because he can become the institution, and second, because he can be surprised and conquered by the socialists, and, finally, because his system can be as bad as, or worse than, theirs. An Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government He only had to say to us in the harmonious rhythm of his beautiful language: This applies to U.

That they were more honest than those conquered?

That the legitamists want to tame for the benefit bdllegarrigue Monsieur de Bourbon, in order to make it bite us. Is it not, moreover the case, by virtue of the same principle, that he who would anselmf to dispossess me today, could himself be dispossessed tomorrow? It goes without saying that our legislation, made up of scholarly compendiums, whose scrutiny and interpretation is only for the erudite, has fallen short of the morality of simple people who have always been and do not cease to be the quarry of the jurists.

James Russell Lowell He refused to call the historical period a revolution, instead saying of it that “the evolution of has only been a consolidation of what was meant to be abolished” because “a Revolution must be the ruin not of a government, but of all government. 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.

The present governmental institution is the same as that of last year, and that of last year resumes all the powers of Louis XIV, with the sole exception that the unity of action of the royal trust finds itself re-divided among six or seven ministerial departments set up by a parliamentary majority.

The creator and year of publication are essential information and must be provided. I do nothing more here than to state the facts; I note them and report them as they appear to me. The World’s First Anarchist Manifesto.


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It would have been, indeed, much ado about a rather poor job! I can understand that it was possible to for Richelieu to govern like this; the France of past centuries was completely bellegarritue voluntarily under the crown of the king.

Socialism is, in short, a very obscure philosophical 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.

XII There are only two points among the people on which no bbellegarrigue of opinion can exist, two points on which converge the good sense of all parties ansepme of details. The Democrat is not of those who rule because he is the one who does not obey at all.

There are the socialists of Proudhon. At that call, truly interpreted, France could have passed the bellegsrrigue and gone home, that is to say to the commune. Here, then, is what the much vaunted work of the legislative assemblies have provided us with: The time has come to know what democracy wants to say! Anselme Bellegarrigue came back to France on 21 Februarythe day before the events that would end the reign of Louis-Philippe I.

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I do not believe at all in the efficacy of armed revolution and I will state right now why I do not. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. 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.

And this without effort, without anyone having to occupy himself with bellegarribue other than his own individual interest, which is necessarily in the interest of all.

Thus society, incessantly in danger, is always saved! State doctrines have at the current time caused so much blood to flow that our children gather together to erect a monument to our bellegadrigue.