The motion of Anarchy is immortal like aiming of people to Freedom.

We, participants of Congress of Anarchist Movements, do not consider our decisions as the attempt of creation of the political party. The Anarchy existed and will exist without dependence from someone's decisions.

We are different. But the difference in peoples’ minds does not contradict with Anarchy. Therefore, interplay and mutual aid of all currents of anarchism are possible and advisable.

No one organization has a right to stand above the man, but we recognize desirability of joint efforts and coordination of joint actions as provided by the idea of Freedom. The forms of activity in this direction can be various.

We do not struggle for power. Our strife is against any authority, against violence, against suppression of the separate man by somebody or something.

For this purpose we confederate Association of Anarchist Movements. Everyone who estimates the system of state suppression as evil and aims at its full annihilation can become its participant. Everyone who agrees with us can join our motion.



First Congress of the AAM

June 17, 1990

Camp of protest against Balakovskaya Nuclear Power Station