Some thoughts on Niccolò Machiavelli, 'The Prince' and 'The Discourses on the First Decade of Titus Livius'.
El Movimiento Libertario Español
El primer imperativo que nos impusimos fue el de evitar que nuestro conjunto tuviera un carácter arqueológico. Caer en la tentación arqueológica era fácil. Abordar la historia reciente del anarquismo español, tratar de la práctica actual de sus organizaciones, ceñir aunque sólo sea…
STEFANO DELLE CHIAIE
The career of Stefano Delle Chiaie spans two continents and at least two decades. The history of Delle Chiaie is the history of nazism in our world today. Through it we see neo-fascist terrorist organisations in their true role: agents of an inner,…
GENERAL FRANCO MADE ME A TERRORIST
On the last day of July 1964 Stuart Christie, a newly-turned 18-year-old Glaswegian anarchist, left London for Paris and Madrid on a mission whose objective was to kill the last of the Axis dictators — General Francisco Franco. This was to be the…
Edward Heath Made Me Angry
Stuart Christie was released from a Spanish prison in September 1967, having served over three years of a 20-year sentence for his part in an anarchist plot to assassinate General Franco, the last of the Axis dictators. He came back to a world of…
Tapping into the rich seam of anarchist and libertarian currents in noir fiction, this collection of essays explores fictional atmospheres that are dark and sinister-but not without hope. The protagonists of these works are often…
REVOLUTION: an anarchist perspective: Revolution is a much used term but rarely is it discussed in a way that sheds any light on what the process actually involves. Revolutionaries themselves more often than not refer to it only in passing, or in…
A WINK, A NOD, OR A SHAKE OF THE HAND
Stuart Christie looks at the history and power base of the ‘Brotherhood’— the West’s largest secret society. If secrecy is to be considered a factor in British politics and commerce then without doubt Freemasonry is one of its principal vehicles.…
LECTURES AND ESSAYS (Vols. IX-XII)
Third and final collection of the Lectures and Essays (Vols.IX-XII) of Robert Green “Bob” Ingersoll (August 11, 1833 – July 21, 1899), nicknamed “The Great Agnostic” — one of outstanding orators, humanists, agnostics and freethinkers of his…
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