Leftist Group Claims Responsibility For University Office Vandalism In Oakland

In a shocking move, a group identifying themselves as “anti-colonial anarchists and communists” has taken credit for a destructive break-in at the administrative offices of the University of California in Oakland. The incident, which occurred Monday night, involved the vandalism of seven windows, splattering red paint across the office, and releasing a reported “500 cockroaches” into the premises, including the office of university president Michael V. Drake.

The perpetrators, who remain anonymous, released a statement on Monday evening, declaring their action as an expression of solidarity with the Palestinian Resistance.

Describing themselves as “anti-colonial anarchists and communists,” the group stated their intention to challenge the notion that resistance is confined to specific locations.

The University of California Office of the President confirmed the vandalism and stated they are collaborating with law enforcement to investigate the incident. However, they declined to provide further comment. The Oakland Police Department has yet to respond to inquiries regarding the incident.

This act follows a similar pattern of leftist vandalism and even terrorism, notably seen in Portland, Oregon, where another anonymous group claimed responsibility for setting multiple police cars on fire in support of “brutalized student protesters” and the Palestinian cause.

The statement issued by the Oakland-based leftist group denounced the University of California as a “settler colonial project,” accusing it of perpetuating oppression and serving as a vehicle for reinforcing colonial structures, both domestically and internationally.

Furthermore, the group criticized the liberal and progressive factions within the pro-Palestinian movement for allegedly diluting its radical essence. They called for heightened activism and condemned efforts to suppress militant forms of struggle.

In addition to the damage caused, the group left behind a water jug with the word “Bonk” inscribed on it, a reference to a previous incident at California State Polytechnic University, Humboldt, where pro-Palestinian students clashed with police using similar objects.

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