Friday, October 14, 2011

Italy: Italian Students Rampage Goldman Sachs

This is a phenomenal clip. Protesters in Europe know how to party and wreak havoc. The kids in New York should pay attention and learn a thing or two.

Here's the Google translation for this clip:

Milan - On the eve of tomorrow's event on October 15, Collectives student of Milan and the province back to the streets.A procession started at ten from Largo Cairoli passed through the center of Milan chanting slogans against the government and banks. Stormed the windows of many branches of credit, such as Intesa Sanpaolo and Unicredit.During the morning was also attempted in the raid Milan offices of rating agency Goldman Sachs, after the events in recent weeks had involved Moody's and Standard & Poors. The procession then walked Piazza Cadorna where about noon, corner of Via Paleocapa students threw rotten fruit and vegetables against the police, agreed to block access to the building housing the offices of Fininvest. "We trust you will never have, thief mafia", the students shouted at the Prime Minister Berlusconi.

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