Open Letter to the Uruguayan Communist Party and CGT - Simon Radowitzky, 1936

Simon Radowitzky, between police officers in 1930

An open letter written in prison by Simon Radowitzky, an anarchist who assassinated Bueno Aires Police Chief Ramon Falcon, to the Uruguayan Communist Party and National Confederation of Labour (CGT), rejecting their use of him in their propoganda.

To the Communist Party and the National Confederation of Labor

I have learned of your propaganda and posters, in which my name figures demanding my freedom.

As an anarchist I say to you: I declare that I don’t wish to be the propaganda instrument on any political party, including the Communist Party, whose support of the policies of the Russian government is absolute.

In the name of the anarchists prisoner in prisons and Soviet Siberia; in the name of the destroyed anarchist groups whose propaganda is prohibited in Russia; in the name of the comrades executed at Kronstadt; in the name of our comrade Petrini who was handed over to Italian fascism by the Soviet government; in the name of the Argentine Regional Workers Federation and the Uruguayan Regional Workers Federation; in the name of our comrades killed in prison by the Bolshevik government; and in protest against the calumnies and defamation against our comrades Kropotkin, Malatesta, Rocker, Fabbri, Makhno, etc, etc, I declare that as an anarchist I reject all of your support, which represents an unworthy exploitation on the part of the Bolshevik leaders of the party and the CGT of the generous sentiment of solidarity shown me by the working class.

Simon Radowitzky, Montevideo

Originally posted on Marxists.org

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Aug 8 2018 14:38

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  • "I declare that as an anarchist I reject all of your support, which represents an unworthy exploitation on the part of the Bolshevik leaders of the party and the CGT of the generous sentiment of solidarity shown me by the working class."

    Simon Radowitzky

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