Algunas consideraciones viejas y nuevas sobre las anarquistas, revolucionarios y otros, desde Klinamen.
An anonymous open letter signed by 25,000 people, laying out a radical critique of the “democratic transition” in 1970s Spain and setting the terms for a solidarity campaign should the Spanish State refuse to release the autonomous prisoners. The publication of the letter led to the release of dozens of these prisoners.
“On the problem of armed struggle, the reactionary function of the CNT, & possible future developments of the anti- capitalist struggle.”
Interview with the imprisoned members of the autonomous groups active in 1970s Spain, during the revolutionary period of the post-Franco transition. Their original crimes included bank expropriations to financially support fellow workers on wildcat strike.
Revealing interview with comrades imprisoned in Spain in the late 1970s for expropriations from banks. They were part of the global phenomenon of “diffuse urban guerrilla” – extremists who found themselves outside of the Marxist-Leninist groups (RAF, Red Brigades, etc.) due to their radical critique and refusal of spectacular violence.
See also “To Libertarians.”