Vito Bendeto, 15th Count of Carzi, (7 February 1927 – c. 1974) was a Salisfordian political theorist, partisan, and communist revolutionary. He is notable for theorizing the Carzian ideology and for his role in the Salisfordian Civil War, where he led a communist paramilitary group. He most famous work is the book L'operaio, lo Stato, e la Chiesa, which laid out the basic tenets of his political ideology.
Vito di Carzi was born in 1927 to a moderately wealthy noble family. He was educated in his early life by Salforti Catholic clerics and as a young adult he attended the University of Serino. It is widely believed that when he was attending university, he was exposed to marxism and would become a proponent of marxist theory. In 1947, he would leave university and cross the border into Creeperopolis
with the intention of joining the Miguelists
in the Creeperian Civil War
. He would ultimately end up finding the Ejército Rojo Ateo
(ERA) and would join a a foreign volunteer. While serving for the Miguelists, Vito would witness atrocities committed by the ESTARES
. Vito would later condemn these atrocities in his later works. Vito would later desert the Miguelists and would sneak back over the border into Salisford, where he would think on what he saw in the Creeperian Civil War. Read more...