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Activists Strike at Billionaire’s Excess, Vandalize $300M Walmart Heiress’s  Yacht

July 20, 2023
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Futuro Vegetal, a Spanish environmental activist group, vandalized Nancy Walton Lauris’s superyacht named Kaos. The incident occurred on a Sunday in Ibiza. They posted a video holding a banner reading “You Consume Others Suffer” in front of the Walmart heiress’s black and red spray-painted superyacht. Their action was to announce that the wealthiest 1% are more responsible for pollution than the poorest 50%. The rich paint the future gloomy, while the burden falls on the poor due to their already penurious socio-economic state. The socio-economic hierarchy stays intact in a world where the privileged at the top exploit the resources and the people at the bottom get crushed.

The activists stand against this hierarchy. The souls of the innocent bear the burden of caring for an eco-social world on the verge of collapsing. The people in power refuse to take responsibility for their actions, and those who care for the resources suffer. It’s a vicious circle that increasingly keeps crushing the innocents with every round of responsibility ignored by the powerful.

The picture captured depicts the activists attacking the richest people in the world. We can also see a crew member ordered to the rescue of the rich. The image captured encompasses the aforementioned theory of the socio-economic hierarchy.

Consequently, the two protesters got arrested, which raised questions regarding freedom of speech and protest. Their identification, as later marked, was Marina and Bilbo. They remain in legal custody for perpetrating radical forms of protest.

Walmart was made into a retail giant by Bud Walton and his brother. His daughter, Ms. Laurie, inherited a stake in this rich retail world. According to Forbes, she has a net worth of $ 8.7 billion.

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Kaos is a giant brag of $300m. It’s a luxurious world that provides all the facilities for a high-consumption lifestyle. There is a spa, gyms built separately for the guests and the crew, a theater, and a small hospital.

The activist group had spray-painted a private jet targeting the same hierarchical pattern on the prior Friday. Vandalizing the yacht and the jet was a campaign of the climate group Extinction Rebellion. “Jets and Yachts, the party is over” campaign targeted the elite smoke that blurs the future of our world.

With every round of the vicious circle, the lines between the hierarchies get bolder and bolder. The activists attacked the fuels of the privileged that emit these bold lines. The rich have embarked the world on a path of ecological collapse that we cannot afford. The activists have targeted and struck these bold lines of socio-economic hierarchy.

Futuro Vegetal tries to bring attention to the climate crisis that can end us all. Kaos is the largest yacht ever built in the Netherlands. It symbolizes the privileged expenditure afforded by the already drowning climate system, which was hence targeted by climate activists.

Lakshita Lilani

As a philosophy student, my life revolves around reading and writing. Writing has been my only tool to raise significant concerns I deeply care about. My writings here, shed light on the critical environmental and corresponding social issues. As the world is falling into the climate change crisis, we must equip our knowledge with environmental justice and conservation.
Karmactive provides a platform to every writer who cares about environment conservation, climate change, and society. The organization's collective goal is to increase awareness of the environment by talking about our duties towards the planet and each other—my articles with the Karmactive team talk about environmentalism, activism, sustainability, and science.

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