Saturday, 17 December 2011

Police cars torched in Finland

FINNISH anti-capitalists torched two police cars in the capital, Helsinki, on Friday night

A statement at says that as the world economy falters the power elite is holding on to capitalism by tooth and nail, even though around them, their house of cards is wavering.

It adds: "The police are a model example of obedience. The decisions are made high up in the hierarchy and the people who execute these commands can not and will not put them into question.

"Bureaucracy will always prove too slow and rigid for life that is characterized by being fast-paced and ever-moving.

"On the night of Friday the 16th of December 2011, we burned two police cars in the backyard of a Volkswagen-dealership in the Herttoniemi district in Helsinki. We torched both cars by lighting and placing a handful of lighting briquettes on the front wheels and then fled the scene.

"According to their communiqués the police have apprehended people in the vicinity of the dealership on the same night. It is not unheard of that the police bungle arrests without any evidence.

"We claim responsibility for the arson of these cars and wish to say, that no arrests will resolve this situation. Solidarity with all who are imprisoned!"

Keep up to date with the global insurrection - follow us on Twitter.