A group of vandals smashed the windows and doors at the Adidas headquarters in Democrat-led Portland in protest of the shoe company’s support of the World Cup in Qatar.
Nine people from Abolition Media were responsible for the vandalism that occurred at the headquarters on November 20 around 1.48am, police said. The group wore ski googles and masks as they smashed about 50 windows and doors, and poured blue paint around the building.
FIFA controversially awarded Qatar the 2022 World Cup in 2010. Since then, more than 6,500 migrant workers have perished in the Middle Eastern country as it has fashioned cities, roads and stadiums out of the desert sand.
The group claimed to have destroyed the property on the day the international soccer tournament kicked off since Adidas has been a longtime supporter of the World Cup that has led to ‘death and displacement.’
‘The history of the World Cup is one of death and displacement,’ Abolition Media wrote in a confession statement. ‘Every…