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Berlin, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004

 

Athens, 2003    Photo by Jiri Herman

 

Berlin, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004

 

Prague, 2004

 

Stuttgart, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004 - Two machine-gun toting soldiers frame a call to arms to defend against U.S.  aggression. Although at first sight this graffiti seems to be a direct response to U.S. led military operations, the exact form of aggression against which we are supposed to defend is left up to the public to decide. In a Europe where American music, movies, television shows, fast food, and name brands generate multi-billion euro yearly revenues, the possibilities of interpreting American aggression outside of a solely military context are clear.

 

Berlin, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004 – Bush comes, Bush gives advice, Bush drops a bomb.

 

Berlin, 2004 - In this variation we see the Palestinian, Cuban, and North Korean flags  with a call to “participate.”

 

Berlin, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004 – Mach mit means “participate” or “join forces

 

Berlin, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004 – You can’t fight terrorism with bombs.

 

Berlin, 2004 – Foresight is the power of the more intelligent

 

Berlin, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004 – Set Bush on fire

 

Berlin, 2004 – Fight against U.S. imperialism

 

Berlin, 2004

 

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