The Bombing of the Cologne Train Station

On the night of November11-12, state security agents and/or fascists again set off a bomb in a train station—first Hamburg and Nuremberg, and now Cologne.

The federal government’s Terrorism Division and the cops hoped to create a bloodbath with this pointless act of terrorism. In Bremen and Hamburg, the bombs exploded on Federal Football League game days. In Cologne, the Carnival began on November11, certainly a night when many people would be out; it was only by chance that no one was injured. […]

The urban guerilla has often stated, and has proven through its practice since 1970, that its actions are never and have never been directed against the people. […][1]

[1] This was the most complete version of this document available to us.