Siemens Cars Burned in Munich in Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners

Published March 11, 2019

Siemens Cars Burned in Munich in Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners

On March 1, two cars of war profiteers Siemens were burned in Munich, Germany in soldarity with anarchist prisoners in Turin and Zurich.

From the statement: “On March 1, 2019, two Siemens cars were torched east of Munich. Total destruction.

Against war, borders, domination and exploitation.

Strength and courage to the detainees in Turin and Zurich.”

Various statement have already discussed the activities of Siemens, which is involved in the technologies of control, surveillance and war.

One of these statements claims, among other things, the burning of a Siemens car on December 16, 2018 in Basel, recalling that “throughout its history, from its collaboration with National Socialism to the manufacture of war material and control, through the development of so-called “smart” technologies, Siemens has always been in the sights of the insurgents.”

Found here: https://sansattendre.noblogs.org/post/2019/03/11/munich-allemagne-siemens-crame-en-solidarite-avec-les-prisonnier-e-s-de-turin-et-de-zurich-1er-mars-2019/