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Someone give Gerardo ‘Gerry’ Lanuza his happy pills stat. He’s being possessed by his inner communist demons again.

If you’ll remember, he’s the fucking retard that preached the irrelevance of getting high academic marks in school, getting flak left and right. Everyone suspected he’s one of those activists that brought nothing but a pile of shit in the already-troubled country.

And they suspected right.

Graffiti disrupts relations of domination. Both its writing and reading unsettle the public transcript in various ways. It challenges state’s claims to surveillance and control. In circumventing censorship, it forges a direct relationship with a public. It asks readers to respond. Most importantly, it makes dramatically visible and public actions deemed illegal by the state and private interests.

Is there a hidden plantation of weed from where he’s posting? It is clear there are laws against vandalism and him promoting breaking such laws makes him like what people see him as: An anarchist.

And like any communist retard, they’ll demonize anyone enforcing the law as a ‘berdugo’ or ‘executioner’.

Graffiti indicates a successful defiance of surveillance. It appears in very public and visible sites-commonly-travelled roads, main thoroughfares and squares, and the walls in densely packed commercial areas. Graffiti and its erasure indicate a contest over place and its definition. Graffiti fashions contested space into a communicative arena in which directives are sent and the future is debated.

When you’re worried about surveillance, you are clearly doing something clandestine and criminal.

And when he gets scalding criticism for his fucking stupidity?

“You don’t think dialectically! You cannot analyze vandalism independent and isolated from revolutionary struggle. You still interpret and see vandalism from the myopic bourgeois morality of order, respect for public property, and cleanliness. What a stupid shit! Hence Marx exclaimed, You accuse us, communists, of wanting to steal your private property, when capitalism has already appropriated all property. In the same manner, we should say– You accuse protesters of defacing public property, when capitalism has already defaced everything by turning even public spaces into commodities. Think dialectically. Embed your critique in the wider frame of the revolution– bourgeois morality or struggle!”

There’s only one reply for this infantile diatribe.

Ignorantia juris neminem excusat.

No amount of excuses or arguments can justify laws against vandalism. City ordinances across the country have laws targeting this misdemeanor, and an all-in-one national law against vandalism in the works.

Whenever he’s being criticized, he is utterly incapable of seeing the other side of the coin, or will quote literary works to sound intelligent. But in reality, he’s nothing more but a poor excuse of a state professor hiding his subversive ideas behind so-called ‘critical thinking’ and assailing those calling him out as ‘facist sheeps’.

It’s always like that when you have nothing intelligent to bring in an argument.

We wonder what Rodrigo Duterte will do to him if he becomes president?

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