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"The Anarchist Cookbook" by William Powell
Lyle Stuart Inc./Barricade Book | 1971/1989 | ISBN: 0962303208 | 157 pages | PDF | 10 Mb
This is a brutal book-sensual, rude, coarse, and cruel. However, it is timely and well-written, even witty. Professionally and painstakingly, all possible informative instructions for individual actions of destruction having a presumably social effect are detailed here. The book is perhaps the most notorious "How To" manual on the market. Techniques, disciplines, precautions, and warnings pervade what may be the most disquieting "how-to" book of contemporary times.
This is the most asked for book that we know of. Is it any good? Well, it's now in its 29th printing since 1971, and it has chapters on home preparation of weapons, electronics, drugs, and explosives.
"This book is for anarchists those who feel able to discipline themselves on all the subjects (from drugs, to weapons, to explosives) that are currently illegal and suppressed in this country."
We all know that government becomes the enemy the minute it decides things in a way that doesn't make a particular person happy. Fortunately, there's still William Powell's The Anarchist Cookbook, which has been ingeniously disguised as a liberal chestnut purportedly written by a teenaged hippie who was scared shitless about getting sent to Vietnam.
Powell's instruction manual for insurrection, which devotees such as Fred Phelps refer to as The Antichrist Cookbook, actually gives today's most passionate conservatives a starting point for defeating the government that is hell-bent to deliver us from anarchy. With such recipes for mayhem such as the making of bombs and other ways to become a minor irritant to the federal government, it was very savvy for an older, wiser Powell to disavow his classic so its revolutionary riches wouldn't be exploited by liberals, thereby remaining solely in the hands of real patriots such as Hal Turner and the late Timothy McVeigh.