“Nanaman?” After being painted by students, wall at Araullo High School got vandalized again

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After being cleaned by the volunteer students, the wall at Araullo High School in Manila City has been vandalized again by a still unknown group.

In the photo posted by News 5, it showed that the wall which exactly repainted by the students got another vandal again and now with a symbol.

According to some netizens, the red symbol painted at the Araullo means “anarchy”.

“Anarkiya/anarchy ang ibig sabihin ng simbolo na iyan, obviously ang gumawa niyan ay nagbabasa ng mga communist books, marxism books, at iba pa. Hindi na yan freedom of expression, subversion na iyan,” netizen Jon Buhain said.

It’s not yet determined if the symbol painted at Araullo was a message to a certain person or to the government of Manila.

Yesterday, Panday Sining’s ‘art protest’ at Araullo was cleaned by the students.

The activist group painted messages ‘Aktibista, hindi terorista’ and ‘Makatwiran ang Maghimasik’.

It was repainted after it received criticisms from the netizens, asking why the group are still doing their art protest despite the warnings from Mayor Isko Moreno.

“Hindi ako sang ayon sa ginawa kung sino mang kabataan na gumawa doon sa pagsulat sa wall ng school, actually isang paglapastangan yun sa kagandahan ng paligid natin, kasi gusto natin malinis ang paligid natin,” Rosanna Nilo said, the Science Department head of Araullo High School.

Ang Mayor natin nag sisikap na maging maayos ang lungsod, maging maaliwalas,” she added.

Yesterday, Moreno thanked the students for cleaning the said wall.

“Muli, paulit-ulit ko pong mensahe sa inyo, buong kababaang loob po akong nakikiusap sa inyong lahat. Matagal na pong napag-iwanang dugyot ang ating mahal na Lungsod. Magkaisa at magtulungan na po tayo sa paglilinis at pagsasaayos ng kapitolyo ng bansa,” Moreno said.

But now that it has been vandalized again, netizens are waiting for the reaction of the Mayor

 

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