Friday, August 03, 2012
The life of the land... in a garbage truck
|[The art wall before destruction]|
The other side of the wall featured works by #STanigawa. These paintings -- many of them political statements -- were seized and destroyed on site.
The area of the installation is directly across the sidewalk from the encampment, and not within the walled park boundaries. Armed police were used to keep deOccupy Honolulu residents from saving the artwork.
Many of the #STanigawa pieces in this flickr set were destroyed.
Stay tuned for more info.
(De)Occupy Honolulu is in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street and the worldwide Occupy Movement which asserts that a democratic government derives its just power from the people, but corporations do not seek consent to extract wealth from the people and the Earth; and that no true democracy is attainable when the process is determined by economic power. They urge people to exercise the right to peaceably assemble, occupy public space, create a process to address the problems we face, and generate solutions accessible to everyone.
H. Doug Matsuoka
03 August 2012
This is getting old.
The constant taunting with expletives make the occupiers sound like a bunch of kooks.
What would be the result if Cayetano signs were being displayed? Carlisle signs? Obama signs? Old Abercrombie signs?
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