Posts Tagged ‘Fragment – The Anarchist and Amoral Anti-Judicial Attitude’

'Fundamental Principles of the Italian Criminal Trial' by Federico Buono (Edizioni Cerbero)

Monday, July 9th, 2012

Nihilism is not only a contemplation of the vanity of things or the conviction that all things deserve to go in ruin; one puts oneself at work and ruins things… this is, so to speak, illogical; but the nihilist doesn’t believe in the constraint of being logic… it is the state of strong spirits and wills and they can’t stay motionless in front of the no ‘of the judgement’ – the no of action comes from their nature.
Annihilation through the hand indulges in the annihilation through the judgement.



It is the fundamental principle of the Italian law and as such it conditions necessarily all the supporters of the law. It is sanctioned by article 13 of the Constitution, according to which ‘all citizens have equal dignity and are equal in front of the law, without distinction of sex, race, language, political opinions, personal and social conditions (paragraph 1). (more…)

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Fragment – Parabola – Ope Legis (Edizioni Cerbero)

Friday, June 29th, 2012

The parabola Ope Legis is the existential abode of those who redeem their lives in the ordinary-order of life.

The parabola stops and nullifies any existential movement that pretends the negation of the juridical ‘law’ and the right to man’s moral rules.

This is in open conflict with social anarchists – who follow the path of the penal code any time the face of justice shows itself under the guise of a judge’s robes.

The Fragmentation of life in relativism is the essence of the Nihilist – wandering exception in a continuous becoming of the Chaos that destroys the absolute and that permeates human society.

In the destruction of man’s moral rules there is also the negation of the salvation through instruments aiming at a solely technical defence, which nullify all singularities.

Ahead with the nihilist attack and the destruction of any human-sentient rule:

A Nihilist attack against the body of the moral judicial monster…

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Fragment – The Labyrinth of the Law (Edizioni Cerbero)

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

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‘Equality of “rights” is truly a ghost because rights are nothing more than permission, that is to say a question of mercy’


In its endless search for inferno, Cerberus penetrates like the epicentre of an emanation.
Impulsive, instinctive, immoral: ‘A BAD PASSION’.
The nihilist anarchist introduces the non-form into a circle where all things are born and die… (more…)

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Fragment – Rigor mortis ostativo (Edizioni Cerbero)

Sunday, April 29th, 2012

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In the metaphorical text of this last fragment entitled ‘Rigor mortis ostativo’ the right-duty of the “defendant subject’ is disentangled.

The behavioural terms that the defendant-subject has chosen outline an apodictic sign, which is willing and ready to be displayed.

The ‘right’ is a limit prone to disentangle the events of a chosen path.

The basic material for getting the right is the same being-subject that takes shape in the comparison between the subject and the right in a merging of events, which becomes the foundations of the moral-judicial-monster in a sudden organic disposition, which nullifies any willing motion.

In the action of ‘claiming’ the singular tissues of the individual asking for a right become tissues of a decomposition of its own existential peculiarities.


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Edizioni Cerbero – Intro. The Temple of Prophecy

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

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Intro. The Temple of Prophecy

In the second part, on judicial contests, we have described the subject-defendant in a double metaphorical and allusive way.

The structural method of this double way (which is an indication-way of coming to a joint simplification of the one-subject) makes the trial a process of ambiguous and programmatic explication.

The reduction of the one-subject to a ‘subject’ in an induction by structured form amplifies the terms of derivation in a limited time, where the one-subject is defined in a definite manner as ‘defendant-subject’, which becomes a limited ‘term’. (more…)

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1st Fragment – The Anarchist and Amoral Anti-Judicial Attitude

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

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A “first” fragment has been placed in the deconstruction of the criminal trial, the overall apparatus of the secular moral-monster of justice and “logical” use of judgment; in which we introduce into the “dissolution” of any bourgeois law, that reflects and projects it’s “shadow” – the cancellation of the individual -, delivering a resolution of the thorny specification and arduous path of anti-judicialism. (more…)

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2nd Fragment – The Anarchist and Amoral Anti-Judicial Attitude

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

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The right to defence

‘This is the magic of the extreme. The seduction that exercises all what is extreme. We the anti-moralists, we are the extremists’. i

The free spirit – the anarchist nihilist is advancing and going over.
The formal systems of reference, given by the judging organs, establish the role of the defendant. In this way the base of the moral and judicial monster is established in an organic way.
To dismantle and knock down the ‘pillars’ of the law-judgement means to eviscerate its inferior abyss until its fragments can be found in a hidden way. (more…)

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