(June 8, 2014) Demo at Penthouse of Google Employee and Landlord Thomas Fallows
We don't know why some people need to be so rich, but we know why everyone else needs to be poor. Homelessness and unemployment exist because the economy needs these forces to exist. Without them, capitalism would lose its reserve pool of workers desperate to better their situations and work any job, however menial and degrading.
As long as capitalism exists, it will always perpetuate this inequality, and we believe there is nothing further to argue about regarding these simple statements.
However, we have not failed to notice the absolutely depraved, cruel, and malicious nature of the current ruling class in San Francisco.
This is why we came to the home of Thomas Fallows at 2900 Pierce Street in San Francisco, California.
Thomas Fallows is a man who has used the Ellis Act to evict the occupants of four buildings filled with dozens of people and their lives. He caught our attention by not only being a Google employee but also for being a stark example of the entitled and greedy tech-entrepreneurs inhabiting San Francisco.