„Yes, anarchy is order, government is civil war.“

—  Anselme Bellegarrigue, libro Manifiesto de la anarquía

Oui, l'anarchie c'est l'ordre; car, le gouvernement c'est la guerre civile.
Bellegarrigue is often credited with first using the slogan "Anarchy is order, government is civil war" in 1848; it may have been derived from Pierre-Joseph Proudhon's expression, in What is Property? An Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government (1840): "As man seeks justice in equality, so society seeks order in anarchy."
Anarchist Manifesto (1850)

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Oui, l'anarchie c'est l'ordre; car, le gouvernement c'est la guerre civile.

Anarchist Manifesto (1850)

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