The Anarchist Cookbook

The Anarchist Cookbook

by William Powell

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ISBN-13: 9781518433665
Publisher: Blurb
Publication date: 11/25/2018
Pages: 162
Sales rank: 178,911
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.37(d)

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Anarchist Cookbook 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 46 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent book if you are interested in blowing stuff up and possibly getting yourself killed, but don't think for a second that this is what anarchy is really about. I enjoy blowing stuff up as much as the next guy, a love everyone who has ever been a teenage boy can understand, but that is completely separate from anarchy. No true anarchist i know would condone the actions in this book if they are used against people, maybe blowing up barbie dolls in an open field somewhere for fun, but never for malicious intent. be warned, if you try almost any of the things described in the book, you stand a real chance of killing yourself or getting yourself arrested. Overall, it's worth reading, but use your head people
Guest More than 1 year ago
it is not a matter of 'rep-ing' anarchy nor saying anarchy will work. whats important about is its culturaland polical statements its less about bombs and more abou personal freedom and rights
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book does not promote anyone to do anything illegal. Very well written material. I think this is the sort of book that everyone should read. It explains how all things are done. This may help to understand how other societies do things and may protect you in some aspects.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best books i have ever read. I don't see how it provokes violence because its just a book. It isn't a book thats bad, it's the person that gets bad thoughts that are violent.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I know what people are going to say. There going to say,'Anarchy has nothing to do with the total annihilation of things..blah blah blah(long description of Anarchy).' But I say, if you truly want Anarchy, you can't do it in some peacefully/hippy way. No, if you're a true Anarchist, you know you need to play dirty to make your dream happen. You need these things for it to happen. Hence the title, 'The Anarchist Cookbook'. If you want to use this for education purposes fine. If you want to do more, thats fine too. But if you're a little kid that thinks this is to blow things up, just go play with something else. Its not for you. So :P
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have heard of this book mainly being used for the destruction of society. I am posting this review to help look at the BENEFITS of this book. Many criminologists have used this book to help them in their work. It may help identify home-made drugs, bombs, and other 'recipes' taught from this book. If nothing else, it may be preventive help. IE: If someone is caught stocking up on ingredients for these recipes. I myself have thought of going to school for a career in the feild of criminal psychology, or crime scene investigation, and I feel this book could come into some use in the future for the benfit of society rather than the fall of modern laws.
hellhound on LibraryThing 25 days ago
Nifty stuff if you are ready to go to prison if you are caught. In a complete zombie meltdown this sort of book will prove invaluable!!
ukbar on LibraryThing 25 days ago
A book that tests the limits of intellectual freedom. There is no thought crime in the US. Knowing about bad stuff is not that same as planning and doing bad stuff. This book has been weeded from my library.
J-Mac on LibraryThing 25 days ago
Wow, this one takes me back! This book shows here with a 2002 publish date but my copy is much, much older. (Have to dig it out and check the date on it). I have to laugh whenever I read reviews or comments about The Anarchist Cookbook; words like dangerous, scary, and the like. The book is almost comical and as far as "dangerous", well, there are many books available today that make this book seem like a harmless comic book. Heck, military training manuals are publicly available that have much more dangerous information! For me this book brings back memories, both good and bad, of the 1960's and all the radical groups, most of whom were mostly hot air and loving to hear themselves rant.
jwl on LibraryThing 25 days ago
It's an interesting book. Although in general I don't condone violence and I wouldn't ever utilize the information in this book, I still believe information should be free.
1spook2go More than 1 year ago
  As a former police officer the first time I purchased this book was way back in the 1970's when it first was introduced.  It is an interesting  "coffee book" to have, hold on to, and frequently discuss.  But that is just about it!  But as a liberal Democrat myself I am more concerned when any politician considers any book is not protected by the First Amendment of the US Constitution.  A Constitution she and they are all sworn to protect.  When any politician considers free speech is not important to defend then it is time to replace that person for once and for all.  Semper Fi!
ginabe1 More than 1 year ago
Bought this for my 30 year old son on line. Should have looked for reviews. Looked at two chapters, "Drugs" and "Lethal and Non-Lethal Weapons". Returned the "cookbook". Wish I could give it no stars.
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Armchair Revolution: 1. Make some friends 2. Take them all to the voting booth and elect your own crook. 3. Profit
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Not to shabby
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I read some of what is in this book and don't exactly believe the title gives much to what the book actually is. This isn't for anarchist as much as it is for nihilist. Most true anarchist aren't all about total and complete destruction as much as they are for the idea and actual pursuit of happiness without a corporal hand in the game. This book is 'ok' for some of what it generalizes on but when it comes to anarchy there isn't anything useful in it. buy it if you want to learn to be a criminal and have an idea on what a bomb is made of. But if you want to be an anarchist read something else and think about your own ideals first.