"[The police] are the single institution most involved in the day-to-day application of violence to maintain the systems of control any honest human being finds themselves opposed to. When I quote Georgios in saying: “Fuck every cop who every did his job”, I am trying to say that the function of the police in a capitalist system is to enforce the property relations from which injustice extends, and fuck every cop who does it. I am not saying. “Every cop is a bloodthirsty maniac”; there certainly are cops who meet this description, but overall I think the problem with police is their role in society as opposed to their individual personalities. Most cops become police officers because they want to help people, and any cop will do some (or a lot) of that during their career. But they will also be there every time to side with the right for developers to own unused property over the right of homeless people to have a roof over their heads, or the right of the super market to own food over the right of broke people to eat it, or the right of a corporation to shut down a factory over the right of its workers to occupy it and keep it running to stay in a job, etc. Above all those are the reasons I am against police. Justice will require abolishing property the way that capitalism recognizes it, and the police are the ones who apply violence to maintain capitalist property."