⛵ The FuturoVegetal group painted Walmart heiress Nancy Walton Laurie’s megayacht on the Spanish holiday island of Ibiza and left a message.
on Twitter Futuro Vegetal Collection They posted a video of their work. Activists are shown spray-painting the superyacht.
Two young men then pose in front of a Wal-Mart heiress’ yacht with a poster that reads, “You consume the suffering of others.”
The richest 1% pollute more than the poorest 50%.
“The richest 1% of the world’s population pollutes more than the poorest 50%. They condemn us to a future filled with pain, misery and destruction,” Futuro Vegetal explains in the video.
And further: “They are destroying our planet, endangering the habitability of the country and everything to live a standard of living beyond reason,” the activists said.
According to Futuro Venetal and According to media information (DNYUZ) 72-year-old Walmart Nancy Walton Laurie. She inherited a stake in the department store group from her father, Bud Walton, in the 1990s. According to Forbes, Laurie has a net worth of more than $8 billion, which makes him one of the 300 richest people in the world.
The yacht, called “Kaos”, has four decks and can accommodate 31 guests, who are looked after by a crew of 45.
Futuro Vegetal also rails against private planes and campaigns against evictions – but the group insists the paint they spray-paint the yacht with is biodegradable.
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