Between Saturday and Sunday, we paid a visit to two of those responsible for the expulsion machine.
First, we went to the local police station, where the tags “Solidarity with migrants” and “No borders” were written on the walls and the facade sprayed with frying oil. This is of course a response to their migration policy, which has been illustrated for example during the “dismantling” of the jungle in Calais or the evacuation of migrants from “Stalingrad” in Paris.
We haven’t forgotten that the uniforms managing the expulsions are not all blue. It is therefore logical that we repainted the windows of the premises of the Red Cross with “Collabo des rafles” [raids collabo] and “Reballez votre charité”[fuck your charity]. Just remember that it manages a large number of detention centres in Italy and organizes raids alongside the police in Ventimiglia.
Messages against their world of walls and barbed wire also flourished in several other parts of the city.
Let’s act against the expulsion machine!
[Translated by Act for freedom now]