CHAZ - Capital Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle

godfather dust

Ostrich
Gold Member
if trump is smart, he wouldnt do a thing. Honestly i think his advisors tell him the same.
At the moment, the whole media is focused on this. Quite a few countries follow news from CHAZ as well. Believe it or not, these people are supported by many and they wanna see if this project is successful or not.
If trump rolls national guard and disperse them, EVERY mainstream media outlet + their supporters will have leverage and give headaches such as *oh it was legitimate, they could do great stuff, but you dispersed them, EVIL!* and use this pretext for years and years.
if you leave them alone, they will fail on their own, make themselves clown and people will stop supporting this idiotic movement.

Just like when you talk about communism now, everyone says *oh ussr was so successful as communist state, they fell after x years* and bam, support is gone.
If nothing is done CHAZ will succeed.

The winning move would be to do nothing inside the zone but completely cut off outside support.

As of now it is backed by the billionaire class who can keep it afloat indefinitely.
 

Ironside

Sparrow
If nothing is done CHAZ will succeed.

The winning move would be to do nothing inside the zone but completely cut off outside support.

As of now it is backed by the billionaire class who can keep it afloat indefinitely.
Honestly all would be needed to do is turn off the power.
Btw, it should be very obvious if there is a movement located somewhere that is 'anti-system' and the lights are still on - it's not anti system.
 

eradicator

Peacock
Gold Member
^^^ That is an interesting point. The power of the police station is still on in Chaz? That is... odd.

The residences and businesses in Chaz are still paying all their bills. But wtf who is paying for the police station water and power? I guess the city? The mayor supports Chaz and wants to keep it going. She said that the people of Chaz are stunning and brave.
 

Captainstabbin

Hummingbird
^^^ That is an interesting point. The power of the police station is still on in Chaz? That is... odd.

The residences and businesses in Chaz are still paying all their bills. But wtf who is paying for the police station water and power? I guess the city? The mayor supports Chaz and wants to keep it going. She said that the people of Chaz are stunning and brave.
I'm just surprised no one has been electrocuted from trying to pull wiring out of the walls.

Are they going through public records, trashing over a century of documents? Popping every safe they can find? The cleanup from this will be unbelievable - and I guarantee they ask for federal money to do it.
 
Someone should go pick some obscure spot out in the middle of the nowhere, 100 miles from any city, and declare it a communist/marxist free state, and watch these flies zip to it like a fresh steaming heap of crap to protest. Then someone, or a group of people could watch the communication and logistic lines to see exactly how they get their supplies and who gives it to them, trace it right back to the source, alphabet agency and NGO all in one. These idiots would surely fall for such bait.
 

Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Someone should go pick some obscure spot out in the middle of the nowhere, 100 miles from any city, and declare it a communist/marxist free state, and watch these flies zip to it like a fresh steaming heap of crap to protest. Then someone, or a group of people could watch the communication and logistic lines to see exactly how they get their supplies and who gives it to them, trace it right back to the source, alphabet agency and NGO all in one. These idiots would surely fall for such bait.
Better yet, for comparison's sake, declare it a white pride autonomous zone -- and watch how quickly the governor sends in the armed men, drones, attack dogs, and armored vehicles. For extra points, see the clownish disparity if you can obtain video of black men washing your feet.
 

budoslavic

Peacock
Gold Member

Seattle Mayor Durkan's thread continued:
Mayor Jenny Durkan @MayorJenny
https://twitter.com/MayorJenny
At the same time, tens of thousands of people have been gathering in Capitol Hill for nearly two weeks to continue their protest, to build community and demand change. During the day, it has been a place for healing, education, and community - but it is very different at night.
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In the past two nights, three different people have been shot at the CHOP. Two were injured, and one has tragically died. Any incidents of gun violence in our city are deeply concerning to me, Chief @carmenbest, our residents, businesses, and the greater community.
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This is unacceptable. We have worked hard to address gun violence in our city - particularly among our youth - yet this Saturday morning, a 19 year old tragically lost his life. As a mother of a 19 year old, I cannot begin to imagine the grief his mother and family are feeling.
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While we believe community and demonstrators can and should continue gathering peacefully on Capitol Hill, the disorder, violence and impacts on businesses and residents threatens to derail the CHOP's critical message calling for justice, equality, and systemic reform.
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In recent days, the @CityofSeattle has deployed community resources to both de-escalate tensions in the CHOP and connect people who are in need with services. We will continue working with community organizations to address community needs in and around Cal Anderson Park.
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We have heard many say over the last two weeks that @SeattlePD are not always the right department to respond in the case of an emergency; that we as a city need to respond with community based solutions. We agree.
Durkan is getting shredded in the Twitter comments by people tweeting "resign", "summer of love" in reference to peaceful protesters violent rioters and "you're responsible" for the death of a 19 year old.

Edit.

Mayor Jenny Durkan @MayorJenny
As part of the 2020 and 2021 budget, we will be looking at @SeattlePD's culture and budget. Police should not always be first people on the scene to deal with every call for help. Not every 9-1-1 call requires someone with a firearm to show up.
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We must deploy the right person with the right skills into a situation - like mental health specialists, domestic violence counselors, or addiction counselors. We must expand programs that follow these models, like SPD's Community Service Officers and @SeattleFire's Health One.
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But Chief @carmenbest has made it clear to me that for the short-term, our Police Department will need East Precinct to ensure public safety and appropriately respond to more than 100,000 9-1-1 calls. In the near future, SPD will be peacefully returning to the East Precinct.
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But we will not lose sight of the future: part of our plan to re-imagine policing should will also include the long-term future of the East Precinct on Capitol Hill and how police and community resources are present in our communities.
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On Capitol Hill and across Seattle, we need to have true community space - with connections to community-based organizations, health clinics, and restorative justice programs - that will help us move forward together to dismantle generations of systemic racism in our City.
 
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PillBoxer

Pigeon
So it looks like a half-assed attempt to get rid of the CHAZ is being announced:


I can't imagine the cost to restore that area to usability at this point and I doubt you're going to get them to leave voluntarily. They should send in the National Guard and just start rounding them up into police vans by any means necessary.

Any official that endorsed this should be removed from office immediately.
 

TigOlBitties

Kingfisher
Jenny Durkan is a perfect representation of the women in Seattle. Bitchy, brainwashed feminists that are miserable to be around, and want everyone else to be as miserable as they are. They are crabs in a bucket and a terrible influence on the younger women here. And the spineless cucks here enable it.

You can see the evil in Durkan's eyes too.
 
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