"Anarchism is a political philosophy which considers the state undesirable, unnecessary, and harmful, and instead promotes a stateless society, or anarchy. Any information relating to anarchists should be reported to your local police."Notice that there is no mention of criminal behaviour or conspiracy engaged in by anarchists, just 'any information'. What, do they want to borrow my copy of ' The Ethics of Liberty'?
Passing by the initial fury, this could be a golden opportunity to proselytise, to get out there and preach the anarchist creed to the state's foot-soldiers, making clear the distinction between good, wholesome individualist anarchists, and those nasty, pasty-faced commies who like to break windows.
Maybe we could build a cadre of Rothbardians within the Met, although I would expect their new-found enlightenment and concomitant pangs of conscience may cut short their careers.
As for me, please note, would-be snitches: I usually consider myself a minarchist, rather than an anarchist, although I'm not sure the distinction will cut much ice as they kick down my door and cudgel me off to the dungeons. Still, I suppose I better read my copy of 'Man, Economy and State', before it's seized as evidence.