They control us, lock us up, search us and our apartments, beat and kill, deport and oppress: the fucking cops.
Just recently in Rotterdam they shot at rioters, in Munich they shot at a person who didn’t want to be evicted from her apartment, in Wuppertal someone was recently murdered by the cops and in Nuremberg someone is in jail for yelling at cops.
Time to fight back!
That’s why the private Audi A1 of a policewoman of the police station in Beethovenstraße burned down completely on 25.11.2021 only a few meters away from the police station.
Cop report of 11/26:
On Thursday, 25.11.2021, at about 02:40, a patrol of the police inspection 14 (Westend) noticed a burning passenger car Audi. The car was properly parked at the edge of the Bavariaring.
The fire department was called in and extinguished the fire. The car was a total loss. No persons were injured by the fire.
Initially, it was assumed that the car had a technical defect. The current and still ongoing investigations of the police department 13 have now provided evidence of intentional arson.
A comrade in the Netherlands has sent a first-hand report from last night’s extraordinary anti-police riots in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, which included Dutch police firing their guns into the crowd.
Some out-of-touch “leftists” have tried to dismiss these riots because they coincided with and/or overtook a protest called by the right wing against new government restrictions. However, something like last night’s youth uprising against police cannot be so simply reduced— as our writer makes clear.
I don’t know where to start writing about this. On the one hand I’m overtaken by emotion, still processing the things I witnessed last night. On the other hand I’m trying to make sense of what has happened from the perspective of someone who believes in social revolution. I don’t think the latter will be something that I can fit into this short, emotionally laden piece of text, but some things need to be said about this right now. What happened last night was so much more than the supposed “fascist riot” many are dismissing it as.
Last night a protest against the (renewed) Coronavirus measures was called. This protest was clearly initiated by people that should, for the most part, be called fascist. These protests draw a crowd much more diverse than just fascists, however, and the discontent is broadening, especially now that the state is imposing more and stricter repression to control the spread of the virus.
In all this time I had not seen a single sign related to the protest, not heard a single slogan, not seen a single banner. This was about a collective and widespread hate for the police. You could taste, smell and feel it on every single corner of that street that night.
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