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Horro Vacui [About anarchists]

There are anarchists who run after uprisings on other continents wherever the spotlights of the media fall. There are anarchists who talk about “fortress Europe” and they don’t even know which States are part of the EU. There are anarchists who struggle against the borders and they don’t even know where the Schengen frontier runs. There are anarchists who, like …

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Bakunin: May St. Nicholas Not Be Forgotten

It’s that time of year again. For those living in Europe and the Americas, particularly North America, the Christmas season is in full swing (it seems to get started now right after Halloween). Despite being a fervent atheist, Michael Bakunin managed to say a few kind words about St. Nicholas (Santa Claus) during his critique of religion in his classic essay, God and …

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Spain: A mystery in Zaragoza

Around 21 or 22 November various media gave news of parcel-bombs received in the Aragon capital. According to these sources and with all the caution their credibility merits, things would have gone like this: the first intercepted parcel was allegedly received by the Italian Chamber of Commerce. Later, another by a branch of an Italian insurance company, which would immediately …

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History of Anarchism in Timor Leste

by Vadim Damier and Kirill Limanov Timor, the most distant colony of Portugal, served as a place of deportation for prisoners since beginning of the XVIII century. From the end of the XIX century, political prisoners were also sent to the island. In 1892 – 1896, Portuguese anarchists conducted a series of attempts. In 1892, they threw a bomb at …

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