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Kansas City: Mexican consulate protested in solidarity with Greece

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Late Saturday night we visited the Mexican consulate at 16th and Baltimore in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.

We did so to pay our respects to all those murdered by the state: in Greece, Mexico, the United States -- everywhere. We used bricks, paint, and stealth.

We are enraged by the slaying of our compas. We don't forgive and we don't forget. We attack.

Tonight was only practice. One day we'll take this to the streets in broad daylight, KCPD -- and we will reduce the property you that currently "protect" to ashes. The fires of rebellion will engulf everything that stands for and maintains our domination. We're getting ready.

You will be no match for our courage and our rage.

Solidarity with all who revolt!
Viva Oaxaca y Chiapas!
Burn Greece burn!

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Kansas City: Mexican embassy protested in solidarity with Greece
Authored by: g_wayne59 on Tuesday, December 23 2008 @ 03:27 PM CST
Sorry for my ignorance, but I live in the Kansas City area and I was wondering what the significance of the Mexican Embassy was as a target.

G. Wayne
Kansas City: Mexican embassy protested in solidarity with Greece
Authored by: engine summer on Tuesday, December 23 2008 @ 04:38 PM CST
im guessing its because the mexican state murders indigenous people and social activists and upholds capitalist exploitation.

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Kansas City: Mexican embassy protested in solidarity with Greece
Authored by: awed on Tuesday, December 23 2008 @ 07:27 PM CST
correction, you must be talking about the mexican consulate: there is only one embassy per country and it is almost always located in the foreign country's capital city (which, in this case, is not kansas city). check your facts before posting - the headline to this article looks ridiculous.
Kansas City: Mexican consulate protested in solidarity with Greece
Authored by: lopez on Wednesday, December 24 2008 @ 12:18 AM CST
i don't really care where or why it was - big props to kansas city (and lawrence) every single time anything happens there. love to the midwest!
Kansas City: Mexican consulate protested in solidarity with Greece
Authored by: awed on Wednesday, December 24 2008 @ 12:39 AM CST
i agree that it's good that people in kansas city are doing things, but i think it's healthy to ask why. if anarchists need to ask other anarchists, 'why'd you protest in solidarity of greece at the mexican consulate?' then i think it's reasonable to assume that a lot of other non-anarchist folks would ask the same question. (one contributing reason could be that there is no greek consulate in kansas city.)