Italy: Molotov attack against the headquarters of arms industry developer Rotodyne
In the night between 28 and 29 January the headquarters of Rotodyne offices in Saronno was hit by a Molotov cocktail.
Rotodyne develops equipment for the maintenance and construction of helicopters and warplanes (EH 101, NH-90, EuroFighter Typhoon), including the Lockheed F35 Lightning, designed and used by the Marines, the aeronautic and the US navy, as well as by many other NATO countries, including Italy.
The distributors of its products, and the companies with which it collaborates, are Alenia-Airmacchi, Augusta Westland (Finmeccanica group), Aereotech, Patria Helicopters.
Its products have been adopted by the Danish, Irish, Greek, Oman and Italian armed forces; by the Dutch, Swedish and Italian police; by the army, coast guards and the Italian navy.
It’s impossible to remain passive in the face of those for whom war is a business.
It is right to attack them before their products can contribute to causing death and devastation.
To stand by without acting would have made us accomplices.
(via Act For Freedom Now!)