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Homework: Catechism Of A Revolutionist

05 July 2019 @ 18:37

In the mid-19th Century [1869], Russian Nihilist Sergei Nechayev published his Catechism Of A Revolutionist.

It would shortly become the guidebook for the Russian Nihilists and Anarchists [aka: The People’s Will], inspiring acts of Domestic Terrorism, such as the Assassination of Tsar Alexander II in 1881.  This movement was crushed after this act, but the document would go on to inspire Revolutionaries like Lenin, Eldridge Cleaver, and many other Leftists. Feodor Dostoevsky immortalized these Misfits in his brilliant and unrelenting work The Devils.

I have no doubt, after observing Antifa and their associated movements, that their organizing ‘Mastermind’ Leaders have read it too and, if I’m correct, we should be worried.  And we should be prepared to fight these Bolshevik Bastards with effective weaponry — both figurative and literal.

At some point in the near future, I will be taking a detailed look at this Catechism, but I thought I should post it now for all of my Friends-In-The-Ether.

For a downloadable PDF copy of Nechayev Sergei – Catechism of a revolutionist, click here.  If you need it in some other format, let me know and I’ll see what I can do.

…the teacher who laughs with the children at their God and at their cradle is ours already.  The barrister who defends an educated murderer by pleading that, being more mentally developed than his victims, he could not help murdering for money, is already one of us.  Schoolboys who kill a peasant for the sake of a thrill are ours.  A public prosecutor, who trembles in court because he is not sufficiently progressive, is ours, ours.  Administrators, authors — of, there are lots and lots of us, and they don’t know it themselves.  On the other hand, the docility of schoolboys and fools has reached the highest pitch; the schoolmasters are full of bile; everywhere we see vanity reaching inordinate proportions, enormous bestial appetites.  Do you realize how many converts we shall make by trite and ready-made ideas?….

Verkhovensky [the fictional Nechayev] in The Devils

  1. Adobe_Walls permalink
    05 July 2019 @ 19:43 19:43

    i suspect you give Antifa too much credit.

    • 07 July 2019 @ 18:08 18:08

      Don’t forget: I was speaking of ‘their organizing “Mastermind” Leaders’ only.

      The vast majority of Antifa are Pro-Ignoramus.

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