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Anarcho-syndicalism is by the working class for theworking class
Inspired by *kevis
And while I am watching, out here on the confines of bourgeois Europe, the spectacle of workers who are fleeing workers’ Russia, and who are machine-gunned down, followed all the way in front of the Romanian border patrols, finished on the spot and sometimes recaptured by GPU “proletarians” and forcedly brought back to the “worker’s motherland”, while I am watching, I say, this system of “organizing” the new world, allow me to love and hate people in a way that is different from yours.
Also, allow me to linger in my “personal resentments” and continue to “narrate” them to the world, fighting alone, under the standard of “the man who will adhere to nothing”. These are, you say, “old trifles (for they are old, old!)” you add in brackets.
Yes, “old, old…” and forever true! Unfortunately. (in L’homme qui n’adhère à rien)