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  Declaration Foundation: Restoring America
Nechayev's motto was "the ends justify the means," a manifesto of unbridled ruthlessness.
Nechayev realized, as Bakunin did not, that the nature of anarchism is to destroy civilization.
Nechayev's absolute ruthlessness had become their standard procedure.
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The Revolutionary Catechism Sergey Genadievich Nechayev was a man so feared by the Czar and the aristocrat, ruling classes, he became the Czar's special prisoner.
In Robert Payne's biography on Lenin, a description of Nechayev's trial (p.21): "The prisoner who stood in the dock in the Moscow District Court on January 20, 1873, did not resemble the ordinary picture of a revolutionary.
I do not recognize the laws!" The president of the court would then order him to be silent, and Nechayev would be quiet for a while, leaning up and gazing at the gallery as though searching for someone he knew, or drumming on the ledge.
www.spunk.org /texts/places/russia/sp000067.txt   (659 words)

  
 The Communist Catechism [Free Republic]
Nechayev, though very young, was already an important leader of the vast conspiratorial revolutionary movement that was secretly spinning its spiker's web across the whole of Russia.
Lenin later spoke of Nechayev as, 'this titanic revolutionary who gave his ever such startling formulation that they were forever printed on the memory.' Lenin himself added, 'All of Nechayev should be published.
There is no doubt that the Nechayevs of this world (thank God there have only been a handful with his determination and influence) rejoice over the callous attitude of the government as heartily as de Tocqueville deplored it.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a398734a961cc.htm   (2875 words)

  
 Good Riddance : Melbourne Indymedia
He was less influenced by Che as he was the very model of Nechayev's amoral revolutionary; the nihlist.
Perhaps Nechayev's most controversial theorem was his amoral statement that "the ends justify the means." In his mind, the revolutionary cause was to succeed by whatever means necessary.
Racialism, Revolution, and the Radicalism of Sergei Nechayev...
www.melbourne.indymedia.org /news/2006/07/117149_comment.php   (1498 words)

  
 Sergey Nechayev - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In particular, the program envisioned composition of the "Catechism of a Revolutionary", for which Nechayev would become famous.
The revolutionary is not an individual who feels pity for anything in this world, who hesitates before the annihilation of any situation, any relationship, or any person who is part of this world, in which everyone and everything must be regarded as equally hateful.
Bakunin rebukes Nechayev and his Chatechism for vanguardism
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sergey_Nechayev   (1713 words)

  
 History of Anarchism in Russia, by E. Yaroslansky
Nechayev carried on his activities in the late sixties and the early seventies, when the First International had already been established and the profound difference between the views of Marx and Bakunin had taken definite shape.
Abroad Nechayev behaved in such an adventurist manner that not only did Marx suspect him of being a provocateur, but Bakunin himself repudiated his plans (for example, Nechayev proposed that the anarchists raid banks and similar institutions in Switzerland).
The attempts of certain historians to represent Nechayev as a "pretender" whom Bakunin never empowered to act on his behalf are futile.
dwardmac.pitzer.edu /Anarchist_Archives/worldwidemovements/anarchisminrussia1.html   (6238 words)

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