This Is Rigged Paint Action in Glasglow City

The This is Rigged direct action campaign in Scotland painted a Sainsbury Super Market, blasting CEO Simon Roberts - who is being paid 229x more than his employees, while demanding the super market slash baby food prices. The action took place on Buchanan Street, in Glasglow City. The environmental group wants to let the Scottish government know that the long-tax ordinary people of Scotland have a long, proud history of civil resistance.


   Photos via James Chapelard

This comes one day after the climate justice group damaged the Stone of Destiny case. All four women were arrested, and were demanding that supermarkets slash their baby food, baby formula, and nappies to March 2021 prices.

In Solidarity, Dash Dash

 

 

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