Skip to comments.Freeper update: A PROTEST/RIOT is Planed in Seattle if Bush is reelected- Be careful Seattle!
Posted on 10/27/2004 7:39:00 PM PDT by Northwesterner
PROTEST ZONES by Jenn Green If Bush Wins--or Steals--This Election, Don't Just Sit There
If Bush gets reelected on November 2--if half of our fellow citizens lose their minds, or if he manages to steal the election again--storming Seattle's federal offices, prisons, and property will let him know that we're not going down without a fight this time. Here's a list of federal sites in Seattle that could be perfect places to protest:
JACKSON FEDERAL BUILDING--915 Second Ave. The Jackson Federal Building, which houses everything from the Office of Civil Rights (ironic, no?) to the U.S. Government bookstore, was the site of an unsuccessful antiwar protest in March, 2003. The key to demonstrating at the Federal Building is organization: Agree on the terms of the march, and do everything in your power to avoid jaywalking in front of the building (the police really hate that). If things get out of control, seek refuge in the office of Senator Patty Murray (she doesn't really like W. either).
INS DETENTION CENTER--815 Airport Way. The 150 detainees at Seattle's INS Detention Center would no doubt be cheered by the sounds of protesters gathering outside the walls. The thought of another four years of Bush as president and the joys that go along with that--being jailed with no evidence of terrorist activity, all in the name of "preserving liberty" through the PATRIOT Act--probably depresses them too.
BALLARD LOCKS--3015 NW 54th St. As long as you're not brown-skinned and carrying a camera, you won't, like one unfortunate Seatle resident, attract the attention of Tom Ridge's Dept. of Homeland Security by marching on the Ballard Locks. We don't know why you would want to march on the locks but, hey, the fish ladder is cool and there's a big hill you can roll down. And there's a lot of parking, unlike at the Federal Building downtown.
That takes care of Seattle. But if we wind up with another 2000-style deadlock--if election results are contested in Ohio or Florida, or if Republicans try to stop people from voting in any state--that's where the real action will be. Protestors with guts should head to those states to make their voices heard. And if Bush manages to steal the election, then we'll see you in D.C. in January. Bring some eggs.
We sure don't have to worry about the terrorists -- they won't have to do a thing -- seems like the dem-lib-socialists are going to destroy the United States themselves! Head's up, everyone -- lock and load!
Let them show the nation that they are deranged.
Isn't there a law(s) about deliberately inciting a riot?
This person needs to spend some time in the graybar hotel.
"Always doubletap. Anything worth shooting once is worth shooting twice." *evil grin*
Sure there is WA and probably most other states
RCW TITLES >> TITLE 70 >> CHAPTER 70.74 >> SECTION 70.74.285 Print Version
70.74.280 << 70.74.285 >> 70.74.295
"Terrorist act" defined.
For the purposes of RCW 70.74.270, 70.74.272, and 70.74.280 "terrorist act" means an act that is intended to: (1) Intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (2) influence the policy of a branch or level of government by intimidation or coercion; (3) affect the conduct of a branch or level of government by intimidation or coercion; or (4) retaliate against a branch or level of government for a policy or conduct of the government.
[1997 c 120 § 4.]
soon? i thought they were already in crazy orbit and are about to exit the stratosphere
Spray them with most vile, corpse and refuse smelling liquid and see if this takes the fight out of them. Shoot them if they loot, and advise everyone of the consequences of law breaking before the rumble. I am sick to death of these unspeakable subhumans.
The blues will turn on themselves? The funny thing is, NYC, Miami and Seattle will go solidly Kerry and they will have to go into the coutryside to find the B/C supporters...if they stay home to protest--they have no opposition and how fun is that?
Whereas, in the boondocks like Sopchoppy, Appalachicola and Middleburg, folks are more than prepared to fend off angry city dwellers...
I believe the saying is... "I have a shotgun, and a shovel and you will not be missed."
Heh, heh. They't turn over a few cars like during WTO...
I notified the FBI (Just as a precaution)
I'm there. I think we should have an impromptu Election Night Freep and Try Not To Get Arrested party.
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