“Malatesta was an anarchist communist. He was a supporter of Bakunin in the first International. He objected to Kropotkin on the First World War issue but also on Kropotkinʼs theory of a spontaneous revolution… He believed in action as well as words and had a significant part in the conception and organisation of the general strike that led to “Red Week” in Italy in 1914.”
by Robert W. Fearn
About this book
In 50 chapters, 750 pages and more than 500 pictures, this book tells the reader about American actions or policies that have created environmental disasters, poverty, illness, sadness and even death for millions of innocent people. Other books exist for virtually all of these issues but as far as we know, never in one book. American interventions in numerous countries as well as the overthrow of successful democracies are described in a readable, forthright manner. ‘Amoral America’ also discusses American government actions that have vigorously supported Weapons of Mass Destruction, Biological and Chemical Weapons, the Bombing of Civilians, Depleted Uranium, Global Warming, the War on Terror and weakening of the International Criminal Court, to name just a few. To foster this understanding and help create a more peaceful, prosperous and secure planet this book was written.
“The Green Book” provides fresh insight into the thinking of Muammar Al Qaddafi, and his Third Universal Theory for a new democratic society. Outlined first is his theory for direct democracy in society, or Jamahiriya, focusing on the authority of the people, renouncing representation or delegation of authority, and recognizing the need for organization of the people at lower levels of society. Part Two suggests an economic revolution, transforming societies of wage earners into companies of partners by applying a political and economic theory of social organization that gives the ownership, and regulation of production, distribution and exchange to the community as a whole. Part Three launches a social revolution, presenting solutions to man’s struggles in life, and the unsolved problems of man and woman, as well as tackling the situation of minorities by laying out sound principles of social life for all mankind.
Thoreau’s influential 1849 essay on following your own conscience.