- Ibiza Activists break into the famous 'beach club' of Ibiza Blue Marlin
The collective of activists against the climate crisis Futuro Vegetal continues with its actions against luxury goods in Ibiza, this time spraying with paint the megayacht Kaos, owned by Nancy Walton Laurie, the billionaire heiress of the Walmart company.
At 9.00 am, two activists of the group have used fire extinguishers to spray paint on the boat docked in the port of Ibiza, an action that, as reported by Futuro Vegetal in a note, puts an end to the campaign "Jets and Yachts, the party is over", convened by Extinction Rebellion Ibiza, which demand the prohibition of private jets and the end of luxury emissions.
From the collective detail that the yacht was built in 2017 and its price amounts to 300 million euros. Its annual maintenance cost ranges between 20 and 30 million dollars, indicates the note of the activists, which cites this information from the superyachtfan.com website.
The owner, Nancy Walton, is one of Walmart's heiresses and, according to Forbes, "her current fortune is $8.700 billion," they add.
The group denounces that the only reason why it maintains the current economic system that leads to eco-social collapse "is to sustain the privileges of this small privileged class."
Futuro Vegetal began its actions in Ibiza last Monday staining the cherries of the Pacha nightclub with black paint, to continue on Tuesday by breaking into the luxury beach club Blue Marlin in Cala Jondal with banners of 'Your luxury our climate crisis' (your luxury, our climate crisis) in order to denounce the "incompatibility" of sustaining the lifestyle of the megarich with the climate crisis.
On Friday it was the turn of a private jet at Ibiza airport and on Saturday the actions continued with the spraying of paint on a luxury Lamborghini model vehicle.
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