Ironic Headline of the Day

Via USAT: European anarchists grow more violent, coordinated.

I just find coordinated anarchy a tad amusing (the violence, however, not so much).

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  1. Sorta reminds me of Walter Sobchak’s reaction to the nihlists in The Big Lebowski: “say what you like about the tenets of national socialism, dude, at least it’s an ethos.”

    Ok, maybe it’s a little ways off-topic. Sue me.

  2. sam says:

    I guess I’ll have to give up one of my favorite jibes: “Hell, I’ve been in better organized riots.”

  3. Brian Knapp says:

    “The rug really tied the room together.”

  4. Herb says:

    The article says, “Extreme left-wing and anarchist movements have existed for decades in Europe” and man, ain’t that the truth.

    The Baader-Meinhof gang would make the SEIU look like….a labor union.

  5. tom p says:

    “Where’s the money, Lebowski?”

    “It’s down there somewhere, let me take another look.”

  6. An Interested Party says:

    “The Baader-Meinhof gang would make the SEIU look like….a labor union.”

    But to many conservatives, labor unions do look like the Baader-Meinhof gang…