Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Seattle Autonomous Zones

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What began as an attempt by Seattle Police to ease tensions after a week of protests by retreating from the Capitol Hill neighborhood has resulted in the establishment of the so-called "Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone" - a six-block section of town which Antifa and other activists have occupied, setting up barricades and claiming the area near the Seattle PD East Precinct as theirs.

I am a very simple guy.

Let Antifa have the occupied zone. It is now their country to run.

It is a major breach of international law to discharge untreated sewage into a foreign country. Seattle should collapse the sanitary sewage lines leading out of the autonomous zone. If Seattle won't do it, the EPA should.

Foreign countries have frontiers and procedures from passing over the border. Gates should be erected and passports demanded.

Foreign countries are often subjected to tariffs and capital flow restrictions. Those are things that get hammered out in the Senate and can take decades.

Power lines to the "autonomous zone" should be cut. After all, generating that power created CO2 emissions and we don't have a CO2 treaty with the autonomous zone.

Knock yourselves out, baby. Show us how to run a country.

But the powers-that-be in Seattle have no intention of treating Antifa like responsible adults. They are complicit in the show.

9 comments:

  1. Reports I've read is that they have already (I kid you not) run out of food. Even communism works faster in the Internet age!

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    1. "Even communism works faster in the Internet age"

      Good enough to copyright.

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    2. The tweat from inside the Capital Hill Autononimous Zone (CHAZ) said "the homeless that we invited took our food." Let them starve in the dark !

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  2. I kinda like the idea. I'll ask around and see what my community would think about doing this to the Keweenaw Peninsula. Block off the Houghton-Hancock bridge and have the Yooper Autonomous Zone. Import beef and wheat from Canada into Copper Harbor to make pasties and we would be all set.--ken

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  3. They invited the locusts////// homeless in and they consumed all the food.. Is this a surprise to any adult in the room?

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    1. "Welcome to the Hotel California...you can check out any time you like, but you can't ever leave...."

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    2. I think that is the Roach Motel.

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  4. If this is Civil War 2.0 then that is the rebel Capital being established.
    Do the Rules of Engagement allow us to Shell them?

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