|Compared to the millions in the world at this moment, on their feet fighting and dying daily to decentralize power and uproot imperialism in their communities, struggles in the US are slow or behind the curve even. Comrades in Athens, Cairo, Kabul, Tripoli, South Africa, Mexico, the Congo, and in the Foxcon factories in China are showing us daily that the line of demarcation that separates the tools of genocide from the tools of freedom, the passive spectator with no moral conviction from the person who takes action (unable to shake the responsibility beating in their chest), that line in the sand is drawn with the blood of the guerilla and the blood of the fascist.
San Francisco 2:00pm Saturday October 6th
Approximately 130 anti-colonialists met at Justin Herman Plaza to shatter the illusions of capitalist consumerism and its required tools of war, using the Columbus Day weekend’s largest influx of people in SF’s recent history. From sports games to music festivals to fleet week, thousands flooded SF that day. A banner was unfurled atop a staircase reading “Fight Genocide, Destroy What Is Civilized” shortly after the first wave of pigs appeared. The speaker’s voice echoed in the plaza as they described the genocide of their people on the continent, periodically interrupted by the roar of military jets overhead.