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Eat the Regents

by Anonymous
On March 5th, autonomous individuals in solidarity with the struggle against the University of California visited the homes of 6 UC officials and staff who who lead or participate in the wholesale displacement and murder of houseless people in the Bay Area and beyond.


In the early morning hours of Friday, March 5 2021, individuals autonomously acting in solidarity with the struggle against the University of California's stranglehold on people's lives visited the homes of six UC Regents, Chancellors, and UC Berkeley Capital Strategies staff. Each of these officials or underlings directly or collectively have blood on their hands as they continue their agenda to displace the people we love--even our classmates-- in a greedy bid to build housing nobody can even afford. Even though Chancellor Carol "Killer" Christ or UC Regent Janet Reilly don't wear a badge or gun, they're doing a Pig's work as they evict, displace, and murder us.

We defaced their private vehicles, vandalized their garish estates, and frightened the Bay Area petty bourgeouis who call them neighbors.

We want more than to simply end State and Private terror against our houseless friends. Eradicating displacement, gentrication, and those other buzzwords won't satiate us. The administration at UC Berkeley and the City are prophets of a liberal, high-tech, ruthlessly policed capitalist society that is already killing us and our planet. We want to rip every rose out of the flowerbeds of their planned society and make their and every one of their cronies' lives and jobs miserable.

The people killing us have names and addresses. May they never sleep:

  • Carol Christ, Chancellor, UCB: 1122 Spruce St., Berkeley
  • Armand Alivisatos, Outgoing Vice-Chancellor, UCB and incoming President, University of Chicago: 210 Stonewall Rd., Berkeley
  • Janet Reilly, UC Regent: 880 El Camino Del Mar, San Francisco
  • Shannon Holloway, UCB Dir. of Capital Projects: 2847 Shasta Rd., Berkeley
  • T. Anne Stinson, Sr. Financial Analyst, Capital Strategies: 844 53rd St., Oakland
  • Dan Hoisie, Sr. Financial Analyst, Capital Strategies: 1257 6th Ave., San Francisco

Attack for joy!

Attack for love!

Attack for yourselves!

Attack for the fallen!

Death to Amerikkka!

Death to society!

(and fuck your property)

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[The online staff directory for UC Berkeley Capital Strategies, which oversees university developments, was taken down in response to the home visits.]

Property of UC Berkeley staff vandalized, suspected link to People’s Park development

Lauren Good, Last Updated March 11, 2021

Between the evening of March 4 and the early morning of March 5, there were seven reports of vandalism at the private homes of UC Berkeley employees and officials, which are believed to be connected to the pending development on People’s Park.

The alleged vandals slashed tires and broke vehicle windows, threw a brick in the window of a residence and spray painted “highly threatening, hateful” graffiti, according to a statement from campus.

“Preliminary investigative findings lead UCPD to believe these acts of vandalism are connected to pending construction at People’s Park, and are part of an effort to prevent the construction of supportive housing for unhoused members of the community, a new student residence hall, and a revitalization of two acres of greenspace at the site,” the campus statement reads.

One house that was hit neighbored the home of a campus employee, but all of the other houses targeted belonged to UC Berkeley employees or officials, according to a campus spokesperson who requested to remain anonymous.

For one member of the campus administration, the vandalism stated, “you try it, we riot,” the spokesperson said. They added that some people were called “murderers” and other “disgusting” language was used, much of which they could not relay, leaving those affected “deeply concerned.”

“These are people just doing their jobs, and people who are dedicated to serving Berkeley’s students, staff and faculty,” the spokesperson said. “You can imagine what it must be like to wake up in the morning to find that your house has been vandalized and there are horrible, disgusting, threatening words spray painted across your house.”

A multi-agency investigation is currently underway because of the severity of the crimes and because the victims reside in different jurisdictions. UCPD, Berkeley Police Department, Oakland Police Department and San Francisco Police Department all responded to the incidents, according to the campus statement.

The next steps are in the hands of law enforcement agencies, the spokesperson added. Campus has also privately spoken to those who had their homes vandalized.
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