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From to he was in the Escuela Normal of Bucaramanga , from which he was expelled for publishing a small periodical in which he denounced the re-election of president Miguel Antonio Caro. That same year he signs up for the army of the Venezuelan Cipriano Castro , which had as its goal the downfall of president Ignacio Andrade. He soon left this group behind and wandered around Venezuela with other revolutionary groups that prowled through Trujillo , Portuguesa , Cojedes and Carabobo. In November he traveled to the Colombian city of Baranquilla , now as a coronel in the army of Cipriano Castro ; he offered his support as a fighter to the Colombian forces against the Panamanian separatists supported by the United States. There his contact with anarchist and socialist thought began as he attended meetings and wrote for partisan newspapers. He was imprisoned and turned over to Colombian authorities.

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From to he was in the Escuela Normal of Bucaramanga , from which he was expelled for publishing a small periodical in which he denounced the re-election of president Miguel Antonio Caro.

That same year he signs up for the army of the Venezuelan Cipriano Castro , which had as its goal the downfall of president Ignacio Andrade. He soon left this group behind and wandered around Venezuela with other revolutionary groups that prowled through Trujillo , Portuguesa , Cojedes and Carabobo. In November of he traveled to the Colombian city of Baranquilla , now as a coronel in the army of Cipriano Castro ; he offered his support as a fighter to the Colombian forces against the Panamanian separatists supported by the United States.

There his contact with anarchist and socialist thought began as he attended meetings and wrote for partisan newspapers. He was imprisoned and turned over to Colombian authorities. Certain national newspapers such as Maquetas demanded the death sentence for him, stating that he was a danger to public order. Return to Venezuela: Valencia Prison "The prisoners who had seen me enter into the cell were careful, in their entrance, not to trip over my cold, weak body.

There he was imprisoned giving a speech in praise of the French nation in a public square, days after the beginning of the First World War.

He spent his prison years with various Venezuelan political prisoners, many of whom died in that jail. There he proposed a project named Operation Europe, which had as its goal Seattle: Ritmomaquia, The League of the Rights of Man sent him to Martinique ; having secretly visited fifty-two countries, he returned to Colombia. He dedicated his time to writing for newspapers and granting interviews, also sending letters to some Latin American presidents.

His companion died in January He oscillated between individualist anarchism and social anarchism , which can be seen in a series of letters he wrote from Barranquilla prison in Fighting for others allowed him, he said, to unfold all his capacities for action, for love or hate. He tried to distance himself from any form of political militancy, even anarchist organizations. He wrote of a conversation with Kropotkin where he told him: I am not an anarchist.

I do not abandon one religion for another, one party for another, one sacrifice for another. I am a freed, egoist spirit. I do as I feel. I have no cause but my own. They work based on human interests, which he called situational interests. Works Seven Years Buried Alive. Ediciones Alas de Xue.

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