A similar-looking car was vandalized two weeks ago with the anarchy symbol spray paint, and the suspects may be targeting senior citizens. The vandalism caused thousands of dollars in damage, and the NYPD is taking the matter very seriously. What do you think of this anarchy symbol vandalism? Do you know of any other examples in New York? Tell us in the comments! We’d love to hear your story!
Circle-A anarchy symbol
A nearby city’s HBC spray-painted the anarchist circle-A symbol onto one of its vehicles and a downtown store. The circle-A symbol stands for “Anarchy is Order,” and while some anti-fa marches have adopted the circle-A, the origins of the circle-A can be traced back to the anarchist movement. Antifa and anarchism have a lot in common, including the use of the anarchist symbol.
The Circle-A anarchy symbol is an internationally recognized political symbol. The “A” represents anarchist ideals and the circle is a symbol of anarchist solidarity. It is used to protest against oppression and all forms of coercive hierarchy. In anarchist rebellion, no tyrant is safe. You will often see this symbol spray-painted on walls or under bridges.
The anarchist movement has many symbols. One of the most commonly used is the Circle-A anarchy symbol. The anarchist circle-A is more modern than the black flag, and has been used as a political symbol for years. It was first used in the late 1800s by the Federal Council of Spain of the International Workers’ Association, but it was only in the 1960s that it became popular in France. This symbol has since been used by various anarchist groups around the world.
A similar car was vandalized two weeks ago and was spray-painted with the anarchy symbol. The vandals are believed to be the same people who damaged a senior’s house, causing thousands of dollars worth of damage. NYPD is taking the incident seriously. This graffiti is a clear symbol of anarchy, and the NYPD is investigating the case. It is still unclear if the two incidents are related.
State Street side of the Capitol
Graffiti defaced the State Street side of the Capitol on Thursday night. The graffiti read, “No gods, no masters, and all politicians are bastards,” and included the anarchist “A” symbol. The alleged perpetrators were not arrested. A State Police investigation is underway. The Capitol is a federal building. State Police are currently reviewing security footage and conducting interviews with witnesses.
A similar car was vandalized two weeks ago with an anarchy symbol. The vandals also sprayed a house belonging to a senior citizen with thousands of dollars in damages. The NYPD is taking the matter seriously. It is not clear if the vandal used the same spray paint on both the house and car. While police are still investigating, they have urged people to be vigilant.
Recently, graffiti was sprayed on the walls of the offices of state senator Mike Gianaris. The vandals, who were unknown to the victim, were allegedly targeting the office because it was the headquarters of his campaign. The offices were spray-painted with the “anarchy” symbol. Gianaris was not home during the incident, but his campaign headquarters was. The graffiti was written on the walls and doors of the office, which served as Gianaris’s campaign headquarters during the Democratic primary election.
Police are trying to identify the vandal, who is also known as a “tagging artist” who sprayed red anarchy symbols on vehicles in Astoria. They have identified at least four instances of the graffiti, each containing a red anarchist symbol with or without a circle. The vandals have painted more than 20 vehicles along the 33rd Street between 31st Avenue and Broadway.