Bomb Explodes At Italian Revenue Collection Agency In Rome, One Wounded
Who thought violent reprisals by "the people" are only contained to Greece. Following news earlier this week of an attempt to take the life of the Deutsche Bank CEO using an explosive package, Il Sole 24 Ore now reports that a parcel bomb has exploded in front of Equitalia - the country's revenue collection agency - in Rome. Google translated: "A parcel bomb exploded in front of Equital in Rome Ardeatina area. The police arrived on site and is investigating the Digos. The parcel was delivered by mail and during the explosion injured the hand of the director of the office." So is the European "Unabomber" the advent of the populist response against the encroaching take over of sovereignty by a small group of bureaucrats and bankers, and how long until someone dies and the class warfare moves from the drawing board to Europe's main street?