Or anti-capitalism, or is that one in the same nowadays? This is the third night in a row for these riots. Apparently, getting a year's notice to move out so the rightful owners can move in, is just asking too much...
The unrest stems from the eviction of squatters from a building that authorities say had become a hangout for anarchists, punk rockers and hippies.And from Sky News:
Police say more than 600 people have been arrested since the protests began last Thursday, including 140 foreigners from Europe and the US.
The Copenhagen riots have drawn leftist sympathizers who view it as part of a wider struggle against capitalism.
Across the city, groups of protesters set fire to rubbish bins, while others ransacked a school and hurled chairs, desks and computers onto the street.
The eviction had been planned since last year, when courts ordered the squatters to hand the building over to a Christian congregation that had bought it six years ago.
Marxist revolution baby.
UPDATE: Copenhagen rioters at it again.