A reading of Alfredo M. Bonnano's the Anarchist Tension. Produced by the group Audio Anarchy.
"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 not something definitive: it is a stake we must play day after day. When we wake up in the morning and put our feet on the ground we must have a good reason for getting up. If we don't it makes no difference whether we are anarchists or not. We might as well stay in bed and sleep."
Alfredo M. Bonanno, an Italian anarchist currently serving six years for charges related to the famous "Marini Trial," writes about insurrectionary anarchism.
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