Domestic terrorists affiliated or influenced by the Antifa group and their ideals have seized a six square block area in the heart of Seattle, Washington. They call their kingdom “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone.” They decided to call it CHAZ for short, threw a party, then subsequently issued a set of “demands.” President Trump warned the governor to “Take back your city NOW. If you don’t do it, I will.” Liberal Jay Inslee told the President to “Go Back To Your Bunker.”
Invaded and occupied by terrorists
Anarchist terrorists have invaded and occupied an urban area of United States soil, without a fight or any resistance. The officials sworn to defend the property handed the keys over willingly. Contrast that with the time a bunch of patriots exercised their rights to gather and petition the government for a redress of their grievances. They didn’t cause any significant damage when they took over an empty wildlife refuge but everyone lost their minds. This time the “Children of Darkness” can play “Lord of the Flies” all they want. The mob believes “the district now belongs to them.”
“Radical Left Governor @JayInslee and the Mayor of Seattle are being taunted and played at a level that our great Country has never seen before. Take back your city NOW. If you don’t do it, I will. This is not a game. These ugly Anarchists must be stopped IMMEDIATELY. MOVE FAST!” President Trump tweeted.
One of the radical terrorists, called Battle Bird, was proud to announce that “news out of Seattle this morning is super inspiring. The East Precinct has fallen and the Free Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone has arisen in its place.” They already established “certain areas for dining and public speech.”
Conservative writer Andy Ngo reports, “Seattle @MayorJenny is allowing a dangerous situation to fester. #Antifa militants have taken over & created an ‘autonomous zone’ in city w/their own rules. Police precinct abandoned. Antifa set up barricades to create a border. Calling for volunteers to provide armed guard.”
Is it a commune or a street festival?
The New York Times makes the violent and illegal occupation sound like Woodstock, describing the atmosphere as “part-commune, part-street festival.” On Wednesday they “reportedly watched the documentary ‘Paris is Burning,’ a film about drag queens and ‘house culture’ in ’80s New York City, and held a concert by a hip-hop/funk band.”
City Council member Kshama Sawant couldn’t wait to abandon the rule of law to help “lead the protesters to storm City Hall.” The terrorists may have hip-hop but they don’t have many toilets. A Seattle fire chief “was present to ensure the area had sanitation services.” Harold Scoggins is astonished. “I have no idea where we’re headed,” he relates.
Police are still trying to find someone to talk to about possibly being allowed back into their police station. “We’re trying to get a dialog going so we can figure out a way to resolve this without unduly impacting the citizens and the businesses that are operating in that area,” Assistant Police Chief Deanna Nollette had the nerve to admit Wednesday at a news conference.
Police abandoned their posts
Local station KOMO reports, “police boarded up the East Precinct building in the Capitol Hill neighborhood and left it unoccupied.” The terrorists claimed it as their own, hanging signs declaring “Seattle People Department” and “The Property of the People.” The police claim to be responding to emergency calls in the area.
The police don’t seem all that concerned about the weaponized check points. “They have a constitutionally-protected right to bear arms,” Chief Nollette insists. Not to mention, “Washington is an open carry state.” Only white people have to fight to exercise their Second Amendment rights. The terrorists aren’t allowed to “intimidate” anyone though. she also tells citizens, “No one at these checkpoints has the legal authority to demand identification from anyone.”
The police chief has heard rumors that “residents and businesses are being asked to pay a fee if they want to operate in the area.” That’s a no-no. “This is the crime of extortion,” Nollette said. “We feel incredibly strongly as a department that what happened to George Floyd was wrong and it was a crime.”
The terrorists list their demands
In a rant that would make the Unibomber proud, the domestic terrorists demanded an end to the local justice system including the police, courts, and most of the jails. They definitely want to re-purpose the new youth prison. Until the police are disbanded, they aren’t allowed to use weapons. Especially not against them. “We demand that the use of armed force be banned entirely. No guns, no batons, no riot shields, no chemical weapons, especially against those exercising their First Amendment right as Americans to protest.”
They want the federal government to investigate each and every case where a black person was arrested in Seattle, and “reparations for victims of police brutality, in a form to be determined.” Along with that, they want “a retrial of all People in Color currently serving a prison sentence for violent crime, by a jury of their peers in their community.” To cover their own hind quarters in retrospect, the terrorists demand “amnesty for protesters generally, but specifically those involved in what has been termed ‘The George Floyd Rebellion’ against the terrorist cell that previously occupied this area known as the Seattle Police Department.”
The terrorists also have “economic demands that must be addressed.” they expect “the de-gentrification of Seattle, starting with rent control;” “We demand the restoration of city funding for arts and culture to re-establish the once-rich local cultural identity of Seattle;” “We demand free college for the people of the state of Washington.” While the police are still hanging around, they aren’t allowed to do any “homeless sweeps” that “displace and disturb our homeless neighbors,” along with “an end to all evictions.”
In terms of what they “formally” call “Health and Human Services,” the “children of darkness” demand “the hospitals and care facilities of Seattle employ black doctors and nurses specifically to help care for black patients. We demand the people of Seattle seek out and proudly support Black-owned businesses. Your money is our power and sustainability. We demand that the city create an entirely separate system staffed by mental health experts to respond to 911 calls pertaining to mental health crises, and insist that all involved in such a program be put through thorough, rigorous training in conflict de-escalation.” There is a whole lot more that you can read here if you’re so inclined.