When Andrea Fabra cheered Rajoy's announcements of the latest austerity measures, she made a comment, on video, which upset the nation. Now a new graffitti campaign is getting revenge.
Digital Journal reported on July 14 on the recent protests in Spain against the latest austerity measures introduced by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
In that article, it was mentioned that Andrea Fabra, deputy in the ruling Partido Popular (PP), had applauded Rajoy's announcements, shouting out "¡que se jodan!", which basically means "F*ck them all", referring to the unemployed and suffering people of her own country. A banner carried in Friday's protest march is displayed below, which says "F*ck you Fabra"
Graffitti popping up on banks and political posters in Fuengirola.
Now a local graffitti artist is moving around the town, adding a little graffitti to posters advertising the local PP mayoress, Esperanza Oña, and various banks in the town, basically saying "F*ck them all" to all the banks and politicians.
Alfredo P Chomon
Graffitti on banner showing the mayoress of Fuengirola, Esperanza Oña
It's a sure thing that more and more of this graffitti will appear as days go by, and the protests continue, with another manifestation set to happen in Málaga shortly.
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