Posted on July 24, 2020
Before the Red Army Faction in Germany (1970–1998), the Red Brigades in Italy (1970–1988), and Action Directe in France (1979–1987), there was Nada. This latter group was a significantly smaller formation relative to the three other militant, extra-parliamentary, post-68 contemporaries; more importantly, ...
I was interviewed by the Invisible Committee for my newly-released book Communist Insurgent: Blanqui’s Politics of Revolution, which I encourage all my readers to buy a few copy of. The interview covers a wide range of topics related to all-things Blanqui and may help those unfamilar with him before
I originally wrote this essay on Blanquism in 2014 while part of a communist organization. While there are parts of it that I would rewrite now, in general, I think it holds up pretty well as a critical evaluation of the military and political aspects of Blanquism as a complement