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Indybay FeatureRelated Categories: International | San Francisco | Arts + Action | Global Justice and Anti-Capitalism | Government & Elections
SF Greek Consulate Paint Bombed
Fight fascism! Spread anarchy!
On the night of January 9th, we paint bombed the facade and crest of the Greek consulate in San Francisco. We would have done more, but unfortunately there is an apartment above the consulate. This concern for life is something our fascist enemies do not share.
Earlier that morning, under the direction of right-wing PM Samaras and his Minister of Public Order, the Greek police evicted the re-occupation of the Villa Amalias squat and then evicted the Skaramaga squat. This was enough to arouse our anger and this modest action is to show solidarity with our distant comrades. There is enough documentation of the collaboration between the Greek government and the fascist party Golden Dawn. Villa Amalias was evicted because of its specific location in Athens on the border between fascist and immigrant territory. It is imperative that the struggle against fascism intensifies in the face of this onslaught.
This action took three hours of our lives. We understand people feel sad and hopeless, but we want to remind you it is easy to act. Rage can be released, sadness can turn to joy. We encourage people to plan demos against the Greek consulates and embassies, target Greek companies and assets, and generally go wild on whatever target they feel is worthy of assault. Do more than us, do better than us, and fight all the way.
1, 100, 1000 Villa Amalias! Defend all squats!
Long live anarchy!
PS: We're hella weak in the US, but we're trying not to be =)