May 11. French Consulate in Turin stormed: a group in solidarity with the Tunisians in struggle in Paris and Ventimiglia fills the embassy with leaflets, an impromptu rally against borders, taking advantage of the window that looks out on to Via Roma, they greet them fluently. Soon after, just when the sirens are roaring to collect the Consul's grievances, a group knock on the door of the Alliance Française of Via Saluzzo: the clerk does not open and holds on to the door screaming "la police, la police." He obviously knows that these days the country whose culture he represents is not very well considered and is expecting harassing guests. The offenders are not discouraged by the locked door and take the opportunity to fill the outer wall with fliers and writing. Also this time the sirens arrive too late.
rubble @ May 12, 2011
Monday, 16 May 2011
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