Yesterday’s anti-yuppie vandalism spree had something to do with something in the Pacific Northwest

In an Indybay post titled “San Francisco Yuppies Attacked In Solidarity With Pacific Northwest Grand Jury Resisters,” somebody called FI takes responsibility for the event:

In the early morning of August 22 in San Francisco’s Mission District, we joyfully attacked all presence of gentrification and yuppie windows we could find. These malicious acts were done in solidarity with those in the Pacific Northwest resiting Grand Jury’s. New and old condos, cafes, BMW’s, Porsches, Mercedes, antique stores, fine restaurants, modern furniture stores, among many others, had their windows permanently etched with (A), DIE, Die Yuppie Scum, Fuck Off Yuppies, Yuppies Out!, and a variety of other obscenities.

To our companions currently facing or who do face Grand Jury’s in the future: SAY NOTHING! You have waves of invisibles behind you ready to coalesce from the woodwork and attack at the ready.

Read on for more.

Also, debate rages on in the comments section of our original post.

(Thanks, Nicky.)

25 Responses to “Yesterday’s anti-yuppie vandalism spree had something to do with something in the Pacific Northwest”

  1. D. Jon Moutarde says:

    Capp St. hookers celebrate news that dicks grow on trees!

  2. goahead74 says:

    Wow…THIS…is really going to make a difference (rolls eyes)…idiots.

    • SFdoggy says:

      Yup. Basically, these are people too stupid to articulate a coherent political program and too lazy to get a job. So they attack those who actually have their act together. Their infantile jealously is rather obvious.

      And who would want to support them? Why would any sane person want to give totalitarian thugs like this any power?

  3. Tim says:

    Funny how many of the 90s era Mission anti-yuppie protesters now work for Apple and the like.

  4. Tom in SFCA says:

    When people praise Occupy Wall Street, or otherwise abet mindless envy and appropriation, this garbage is what they should expect to get. There is no such thing as “too much” or “misdirected” envy or appropriation. Any amount is wrong wherever it is directed. The choice is between work and charity on the one hand, and theft and lies on the other. Think of this on November 6th.

    • MrEricSir says:

      Um, you do realize people were praising Occupy Wall Street because Wall Street created a recession, right?

      • Hazbeen says:

        #OWS sparked a tangible shift in my political engagement. I not only moved my money from the big banks, I personally got dozens of friends and family to leave them as well. Just because OWS wasn’t dancing on tanks doesn’t mean there weren’t actionable goals that were met.

        • Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

          Hear, hear. I could not agree more.

        • Ben says:

          Was that their message? It was lost in the drum circles.

          Get a job is my message to the occupy movement. “Something for nothing” seems to be their attitude. Guess what: It doesn’t work.

          • piprip says:

            SFGate is that way dude —–>

          • hurfdurf says:

            You guys protesting partially because your jobs are being outsourced by the greedy turds ruining the country…get a job!

            Did you get that piece of logic listening to your parents at the dinner table or did you fart out that flawed piece of logic on your own?

  5. Ros says:

    I was really upset to see La Cocina on Folsom St had been defaced with this graffiti. The low-income immigrants that La Cocina helps are absolutely the opposite of ‘yuppie scum’. Shame on the Anarchists for beating on those who have much less than they do.

  6. wondering says:

    But isn’t wanting to start a business and to become successful bad?

  7. oira says:

    I have a BMW. I bought it, used, with the settlement after I successfully sued a company that fired me after I was injured on the job. I am still out of work. I guess that makes me yuppie scum.

  8. sx says:

    Nothing like blind, pointless, anonymous rage. Woot, go bake yourself a cookie with ingredients untouched by corporate hands.

  9. jon says:

    At least these morons have not figured out how to arson BMWs and the like by tossing burning pans of oil under their engine blocks.

    Oops, did I let the cat out of the bag?

  10. jon says:

    ooh, I found a great tool for the anarchist tools to feel good about themselves:

  11. Brillo says:

    Anarchist of the world, unite. You have noting to coalesce from but your woodwork.

  12. Sweet T says:

    Yuppie windows.

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