You have to give them credit: It is a beautiful piece of fiction politics. The introduction alone is worth the best creative work award of the old Soviet Duma:


In credit to the people who freed Capitol Hill, this list of demands is neither brief nor simplistic. This is no simple request to end police brutality. We demand that the City Council and the Mayor, whoever that may be, implement these policy changes for the cultural and historic advancement of the City of Seattle, and to ease the struggles of its people. This document is to represent the black voices who spoke in victory at the top of 12th & Pine after 9 days of peaceful protest while under constant nightly attack from the Seattle Police Department. These are words from that night, June 8th, 2020.

I swear I could hear the collective gasp of emotion sweeping every l;ittle communist across the land and even all the way to Cuba and Venezuela. Such moving words!

So what they do want? Here are some examples:

1-The Seattle Police Department and attached court system are beyond reform. We do not request reform, we demand abolition.

Nothing new here, right? But see what they are demanding further down the list.

15-We demand autonomy be given to the people to create localized anti-crime systems.

They want to create their own little justice brigades which I assume will be assuming all the functions of Police and the Courts. I think this already existed in the 19th Century under the name ‘Vigilantes,’ ‘Regulators’ and even the good old ‘Night Riders.’  Oh yes, it never ended well for individual rights.

Several other demands are basically payback against the Seattle Police including releasing info on officer accused of police brutality and I am guessing that would be for  doxxing and eventual Night Rider visit.

We continue:

7-We demand a retrial of all People in Color currently serving a prison sentence for violent crime, by a jury of their peers in their community.

Because nothing says “Racial Equality” than have justice proceeding based in the color of the skin.

13-We demand the abolition of imprisonment, generally speaking, but especially the abolition of both youth prisons and privately-owned, for-profit prisons.

I am sure the Antifa Vigilantes will keep the peace and make criminal predators behave with chants and essential oils.

The it gets real stupid: Rent Control, Free College, Free Healthcare and a whole bunch of other stuff. I am amazed they did not demand free booze and cable.

Right about now a City Council is praying the governor has had enough of their shit and decided to take over the city and impose a bit of common sense. By the same toke, the governor must be trying to figure out how to avoid this shitstorm.

And all of us are just ruining the diet chomping down on pop corn.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

18 thoughts on “Antifa Seattle releases it list of demands.”
  1. One place I read said people live in that area that was taken over. Since it looks like a business area, maybe it’s people’s businesses and not homes? Maybe the old concept of a store with a small living space upstairs?

    Regardless, you can just bet that people are going to be “taxed” to support the new communist government; they’ll have food and supplies confiscated and will be lucky to recover any of their lives. Maybe thrown out on the street so their homes can be used.

    If ever there was need for well-trained troops to take out the scum without hurting the law abiding, this was it.

  2. “We demand the abolition of imprisonment”

    That works fine if your intent is to send folks directly to execution, which I’m sure they’d love to do.

    1. “We demand the people of Seattle seek out and proudly support Black-owned businesses. Your money is our power and sustainability.”

      So: 1) mandatory enthusiasm, and 2) mandatory forced tribute.

      1. What happens if I don’t?

        Do you know of any good black owned kosher delis or sushi restaurants?

  3. “No.” (Shuts off water and power to affected area.) “Your move.”

    Seriously … Even if any of these demands are wholly reasonable, acceding to them now just further emphasizes that the government figures will submit to anything. This is an extraordinarily dangerous message to send, and so far it’s the only one that’s been sent.

  4. “We demand autonomy be given to the people to create localized anti-crime systems.”

    Can I execute shop lifters?

  5. By the same toke, the governor must be trying to figure out how to avoid this shitstorm.

    Typo, or considering that “weed” is legal in WA was that intentional??

  6. 7-We demand a retrial of all People in Color currently serving a prison sentence for violent crime, by a jury of their peers in their community.

    Their peers in their community would be, other violent criminals?

  7. 1. Of course they want the prisons emptied so they can recruit hardened “Enforcers”.
    2. Most importantly they only love the idea of community-based “law” enforcement because they ignorantly believe that these new rules will only benefit them. It won’t be very long before the SJW’s victims realize that vigilante justice can go both ways.

  8. I still think that since these Pantyfa clowns claim that invaded area as “autonomous” (definition: capable of existing independently), they can provide for their own water, cel service, wifi, security, food and sanitation.
    So… raise a 18ft barrier around their lil’ commie region, remove all services being leeched off the *evil & raycisst* USA since they won’t need them, and let those Pantyfa dbags fend for themselves. Arrest and jail all who climb over the barriers to clear out.

    2 weeks later, open that miniature commie stink-hole and march those traitors to a boat headed for Guantanamo. Case closed, next problem.

    That would be my ideal solution, but since DemonKKKrats took over Washington, doubtful they will do anything different to what we saw in Portland last year with the ICE brouhaha.

  9. Reading the whole “demands” document is definitely entertaining.
    Consider this incredibly racist gem, the sort of thing you might have found in South Africa 50 years ago, or Alabama 100 years ago:
    “We demand the hospitals and care facilities of Seattle employ black doctors and nurses specifically to help care for black patients.”

  10. It seems to me that the most appropriate name for “local justice brigades ” is Collectivos.

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