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Aнтон Коваль (Makhnovia)

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Join date : 2015-12-23

PostSubject: Death to all who stand in the way of obtaining the freedom of working people!   Wed Dec 23, 2015 10:50 pm

Name: Anton Koval

Represents: Makhnovia

Age: 20, and about 96

gender: male

Brief personality: Anton for starters, doesn't give 2 shits about rules, or authority in general. This leads him to like to go to parties, and do crazy things, without caring about the repercussions. Despite this, he is very nice, and likes to defend his friends, and make new friends. He is technically homeless, but he likes to sleep on couches. Sometimes, he will shoot things with a rifle because he's bored. He has become good at sneaking around, and is a great thief. He does not believe that stealing is wrong though, and that everything belongs to everyone, so he can just take stuff. he also is a good farmer, and he loves the cold, and is able to farm in it. He also likes horses.

brief physical description: Anton is very tall, and has kind of dark skin. He has messy black hair. His eyes are brown, and he likes to wear a jacket. His clothes are black, and he will always have a knife or gun on him. Sometimes, He can be seen wearing a cap to keep him warm when it is cold outside.

brief history:From November 1918 to June 1919, the Makhnovists established an anarchist society run by peasants and workers in Ukraine. The territory under their control stretched approximately between Berdyansk, Donetsk, Alexandrovsk (later known as Zaporizhia), and Yekaterinoslav, (Sicheslav, later Dnipropetrovsk). According to Makhno, "The agricultural majority of these villages was composed of peasants, one would understand at the same time both peasants and workers. They were founded first of all on equality and solidarity of its members. Everyone, men and women, worked together with a perfect conscience that they should work on fields or that they should be used in housework... The work program was established in meetings in which everyone participated. Then they knew exactly what they had to do". (Makhno, Russian Revolution in Ukraine, 1936).

According to the leaders of the Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine (RIAU), society was reorganized according to anarchist values, which lead Makhnovists to formalize the policy of free communities as the highest form of social justice. Education followed the principles of Francesc Ferrer, and the economy was based on free exchange between rural and urban communities, from crops and cattle to manufactured products, according to the theories of Peter Kropotkin.

The Makhnovists said they supported "free worker-peasant soviets" and opposed the central government. Makhno called the Bolsheviks dictators and opposed the "Cheka [secret police]... and similar compulsory authoritative and disciplinary institutions". He called for "[f]reedom of speech, press, assembly, unions and the like". The Makhnovists called various congresses of soviets, in which all political parties and groups – including Bolsheviks – were permitted to participate, to the extent that members of these parties were elected delegates from worker, peasant or militia councils. By contrast, in Bolshevik territory after June 1918, no non-Bolsheviks were permitted to participate in any national soviets and most local ones, the decisions of which were also all subject to Bolshevik party veto.

A declaration stated that Makhnovist revolutionaries were forbidden to participate in the Cheka, and all party-run militias and party police forces (including Cheka-like secret police organizations) were to be outlawed in Makhnovist territory. Historian Heather-Noël Schwartz comments that "Makhno would not countenance organizations that sought to impose political authority, and he accordingly dissolved the Bolshevik revolutionary committees". The Bolsheviks, however, accused him of having two secret police forces operating under him.

The Bolsheviks began their formal efforts to disempower Makhno on 4 June 1919 with Trotsky's Order No. 1824, which forbade electing a congress and attempted to discredit Makhno by stating: "The Makhno brigade has constantly retreated before the White Guards, owing to the incapacity, criminal tendencies, and the treachery of its leaders."

religious affinity:none (anarchism. do whatever you want)

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