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Olympia Graffiti in Solidarity with Mi'kmaq Warriors

Last night (December 2nd), we painted graffiti in solidarity with the Mi'kmaq warriors' road blockade in New Brunswick against the fracking company SWN. It reads "Solidarity with the Mi'kmaq blockades," "Fuck RCMP, Fuck OPD," "Fight back," and "Solidarity with the Mi'kmaq Warriors."
Last night (December 2nd), we painted graffiti in solidarity with the Mi'kmaq warriors' road blockade in New Brunswick against the fracking company SWN. It reads "Solidarity with the Mi'kmaq blockades," "Fuck RCMP, Fuck OPD," "Fight back," and "Solidarity with the Mi'kmaq Warriors."

With this humble gesture we send them the strength of knowing that they are not alone and that their brave actions are inspiring us to show our feelings of revolt in more concrete terms. This is just the beginning for us, we intend to escalate our level of conflictuality.

We also put up a large piece that read "Strength + courage, fuck the state," not only for Germaine Jr Breau and the rest of the brave Mi'kmaq warriors, but for all those who show courage in times of adversity. We would like to take this opportunity to send greetings of solidarity to: The five recently arrested in Barcelona including Monica Caballero and Francisco Solar who remain in custody, the accused comrades of the Nea Filadelfia bank robbery case in Greece and to the inspiring Alfredo Cospito and Nicola Gai recently sentenced for the shooting of a CEO of a nuclear power company, your words are more important and inspiring than you can imagine.

In furtherance of an escalated anarchist conflict in the States, solidarity to the Mi'kmaq warriors and all those who fight back.

-some anarchists in Olympia


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so.... 04.Dec.2013 18:27

no surrender

who asked you to do this for them? you might ask them if this sort of thing that you have taken the liberty to do reflects negatively on them.

and none of you are indigenous, am i right?