RBS Chief Has House And Car Smashed

In the early hours of yesterday morning, 25th March 2009, the house and car of notorious thief Fred Goodwin received a dose of proletarian justice. Windows at his luxury home in The grange, Edinburgh, were smashed as was his car. A statement issued by “Bank Bosses Are Criminals” read as follows:

We are angry that rich people, like him, are paying themselves a huge amount of money, and living in luxury, while ordinary people are made unemployed, destitute and homeless.
This is a crime. Bank bosses should be jailed.
This is just the beginning

We can say without a shadow of a doubt that we support the actions taken in smashing the property of this thieving parasite.

Unfortunately it will be us not them who suffer!

Unfortunately it will be us not them who suffer!

Whilst we, the working people of the world, will pay for the greed and decadance of the banking system the parasites responsible for the mess will continue to live in oppulence and splendour. As we struggle to keep up our mortgage repayments, our rent and to pay off any credit we may have these scum bags live the life of riley at your expense.

They only sleep safe in their beds at night because we allow them too.

We need to purge these parasites from our society, they contribute nothing and live off our hard work. Why should we have to work whilst these people play games with our future? With the future of our children and our communities?

The only rational response is to bring this insane system to an end and reorganise our society to keep power out of the hands of parasitic scum like Fred Goodwin.

We need to bring about Anarchist-Communism now more then ever.

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2 responses to “RBS Chief Has House And Car Smashed

  1. I’m surprised to see the media being so careless with Sir Fred’s address. They have mentioned it was in Oswald St and in the pictures of the house it is quite clear that it is no 10 in the street. One cant help but wonder why the media has chosen to do this, what with the public’s’ anger towards him and the power of the new Google Maps facility.

  2. S’ funny. I’d deliberately tried not to find out where he lived, in case something like this happened.

    Now it seems that I was the only person in Scotland that didn’t know where this one of his houses was.

    Question is: which of his many mansions is he hiding in?

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