they were wheat-pasted up in the dead of night after the big dig had closed for the weekend, as artists throughout the fort point arts community prepared for their open studios on the weekend of O21-O22. and as soon as the big wigs found out on monday they sent out their crews to undo. this poster read "future site of greed" - other slogans included "future site of parking lot", "... broken promises", "... traffic jams", etc. these posters poke fun at the big dig's "future site of..." public relations campaign (A+).
They want to see the master corporate terrorists deprived of their trappings of wealth and placed behind bars like the terrorist suspects in Guantanamo. The difference is that the guys in Guantanamo have no right to lawyers or the money to hire the best.
Richard Hugus - cofounder of Falmouth Antiwar & the Boston Rhythm Workers Union - will speak at the ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) Boston meeting about his recent three-week trip to Palestine with a U.S. and Canadian delegation of the International Popular Defense for Palestine.