Filed under: Action, Anti-fascist, Graffiti, Political Prisoners, Southeast
Late last night, a hurried tag went up in West Asheville on Haywood Road expressing support for all antifascist prisoners in recognition of the July 25th day of solidarity. It reads, “Fight the Fash / Free those who did b4 u!”
This is thrown up in solidarity with all the fucking homies locked up, facing time, having already served it, and those who continue to put their lives on the line. We will continue combat the counterrevolutionary bullshit of authoritarian, fascistic fuckery, wherever we go. From Charlottesville, to France, to the Philippines. We see you, we feel you, you inspire us everyday. We’ll keep spreading that love and rage, until every cage is broken open, and every single one of you is free.
There’s an old bumper sticker that’s kinda disappearing from Asheville that we’re hoping to bring back. It reads, “Keep Asheville Vandalized”. It was peeped the other day, and sparked a little inspiration… to that fellow still rocking that sticker – we’re working on it.
Fight the Fash, Smash the State, Burn the Fucking Prisons, Revolt!
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