Lawyer for the Black Block says: “Burn, baby, burn! — But not in my neighborhood”

The Black Block is one of the German anarchist outfits that took part in the recent rioting at the G-20 summit in Hamburg. In the following brief clip, a lawyer for the Black Block (pro bono, one assumes) advises his charges to go out and loot ’n’ burn, but please — not near his house.

Many thanks to Egri Nök for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   We, the Autonomists [Black Block], and I as the speaker of the Autonomists, well, have certain sympathies for such actions.
00:07   But not in your own neighbourhood please, where we live.
00:11   Why not in Pöseldorf or Blankenese?
00:15   There is a great lack of appreciation among us, too, for
00:19   smashing your own shops in the Schanze district. The shops where we buy, since we live there.

8 thoughts on “Lawyer for the Black Block says: “Burn, baby, burn! — But not in my neighborhood”

    • If genuinely a lawyer can this demented geriatric waste of blood & organs,
      Oxygen stealing moron be struck off and barred from practice?

      What a “proud” specimen of German man hood – NOT!

  1. Anyone can see, who has been so rudely introduced to frontotemporal dementia – an insidious, devastating, common brain disorder that tends to strike people in their 50s and early 60s – that the German Chancellor has it.

    Just look at her eyes.

    • This guy is sick and perverted, and deserves to be prosecuted for incitement to violence. By how he expresses himself it’s clear that he is definitely not “sick in the brain” (what a suitable excuse would that be!), but sick in his soul, for which there is no excuse. He is clever but ful of hate. Hate against other people of his own nation, who don’t think the same way as he.

  2. Do Germans do irony? If not, presumably this was said in all seriousness!

  3. I’ve seen on TV the destruction they made. One of the stollen stores had a sentence written on the wall: looks italian or spanish, but it is not. Is not portuguese, nor catalan, neither french.
    Internationalism? Yes, on illiteracy

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