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8 minutes ago, soupslam1 said:

It’s a preview of the future in blue cities and states when this movement gains momentum and takes hold. 

I don’t think it’s going to take hold. Even supporters in Chaz recognize the problems they have making it feel like a safe environment. The dumbass mayor was inclined to let it fly so long as the negatives of a Woodstock type atmosphere could be brushed away. She’s doing a 180 now, but she’s in a bind. Can’t move them out of there using riot control measures and still support their “democracy in action.” Can’t let them stay, costing the city billions in investment and lawsuits without getting primaried.

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25 minutes ago, youngredbullfan said:

It is an interesting article, all except for the conclusion. Hence, why this thread is still going. The protests did not peacefully break up. They seized 6 city blocks, enacted their own code of mob law, terrorized businesses and residents, and now at least one person is dead amongst a litany of other violent crimes. 

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1 hour ago, thelawlorfaithful said:

I’m enjoying the hell out of Chaz. The first thing they did after taking over was construct a border wall. They were then very diligent about removing people who didn’t fit in culturally. They had the rudiments of farming with their topsoil on cardboard experiment. They at least recognized that a police force was necessary, even if they couldn’t solve or prevent any crimes. If it wasn’t for all the violence and murder, Chaz would be a fun little experiment in creating civilization.  

:rolleyes: Couldn't they just stay home and play...

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1 hour ago, thelawlorfaithful said:

It is an interesting article, all except for the conclusion. Hence, why this thread is still going. The protests did not peacefully break up. They seized 6 city blocks, enacted their own code of mob law, terrorized businesses and residents, and now at least one person is dead amongst a litany of other violent crimes. 

99% of them did. Only one in Seattle didn't. 

But you can see the origins of some riots pretty clearly.

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24 minutes ago, youngredbullfan said:

99% of them did. Only one in Seattle didn't. 

But you can see the origins of some riots pretty clearly.

The one in Seattle is the exact one they’re using as an example. Without any reference to context about what the police force was facing in the immediate days prior. The origins of the riot are not exemplified during an altercation in the middle of them.

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Another shooting last night leaving one dead and a 14 year old in critical condition.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/politics/the-irony-of-the-no-cop-chop-it-showed-how-much-we-still-need-the-police-after-all/%3famp=1

After the shootings in the past few days near the Capitol Hill anti-police protest zone, the call went out, paradoxically, for the help of the one thing the protest is most arguing against.

“Our movement should demand and insist that the Seattle Police fully investigate this attack and be held accountable to bring the killer(s) to justice,” said Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant in a statement. One paragraph later she re-upped her demand, however, to “defund” these same police.

It wasn’t just Sawant with the suddenly mixed message. City Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda noted in a Monday meeting that “we want to make sure that firefighters and EMT have access to do their jobs and help those that need it.”

That seems noncontroversial — except how do we think ambulances get access to often volatile crime scenes? Who typically does that work of securing shooting scenes, so that aid workers can move in?

 

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2 hours ago, thelawlorfaithful said:

Another shooting last night leaving one dead and a 14 year old in critical condition.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/politics/the-irony-of-the-no-cop-chop-it-showed-how-much-we-still-need-the-police-after-all/%3famp=1

After the shootings in the past few days near the Capitol Hill anti-police protest zone, the call went out, paradoxically, for the help of the one thing the protest is most arguing against.

“Our movement should demand and insist that the Seattle Police fully investigate this attack and be held accountable to bring the killer(s) to justice,” said Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant in a statement. One paragraph later she re-upped her demand, however, to “defund” these same police.

It wasn’t just Sawant with the suddenly mixed message. City Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda noted in a Monday meeting that “we want to make sure that firefighters and EMT have access to do their jobs and help those that need it.”

That seems noncontroversial — except how do we think ambulances get access to often volatile crime scenes? Who typically does that work of securing shooting scenes, so that aid workers can move in?

 


Thank god I don’t live in Seattle. The leadership is a joke. The city has been taken over by totally inept Marxists. I don’t feel sorry one bit for those that voted these clowns in. They got what they deserve. Let them swim in their own self created cess pool. 

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5 minutes ago, thelawlorfaithful said:

Seizing a police precinct and 6 city blocks is fine, but stay off the mayor’s lawn!

 

No problem to the Mayor until they arrive on her front porch. They need to set up camp for weeks around the Mayors house and play loud rap music all night long. 

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1 minute ago, thelawlorfaithful said:

Thus ends the short, bloody history of Chaz.

 

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A build-it-up survival anarchy game a la Dawn of Man or Planetbase needs to be made about this.

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15 minutes ago, CV147 said:

But what will become of CHAZ's burgeoning agriculture sector?

Oh the city pillaged that after the fourth shooting as a warning. It wasn’t until they came for the warlord mayor that they got crushed.

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6 hours ago, CV147 said:

But what will become of CHAZ's burgeoning agriculture sector?

their fields were sown with salt. chaz delenda est

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The law suits against the City were piling up and once they marched on the mayors house that was the end of CHAZ. That and their security force found out how difficult it was to play police among anarchists. 

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