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       - Ghulam Rasool Chiboucas

Monsieur Chiboucas (1801-1879) lived a quiet existence in the French countryside until 1846 when a bad harvest, meager proletariat aid, lack of sex, and mismanaged communications from the Monarchy forced Chiboucas off his farm and into the Paris suburbs in search of sustainable work. He found a kindred spirit in Anselme Bellegarrigue, and together they published "Au Fait! Au Fait! Interprétation de l’idée démocratique", the worlds first anarchist manifesto. Chiboucas later went on to write antifascist plays, poetry and pamphlets including one that claimed the daguerreotype was a tool against the aristocracy. His work is often cited as a source of inspiration for other movements of change, such as the Reverse Revolutionary Movement of the United States, which (in 1881) argued for the United States reverting to English and Spanish colonies. Buenaventura Durruti was fond of quoting Monsieur Chiboucas’ anti-theocratic pamphlet, Explotion in Progress, including the phrase, "The only church that illuminates is a burning church." Our site is the first to feature Chiboucas’ poetry translated to English.


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