When someone takes your stuff, what do you do?
Well, for hundreds of years, humans in civilized societies called the authorities. The police have existed in one form or another for a very long time, after all.
But when you declare a “police no go zone,” that means you’re no longer under their protection, right?
Too bad. Because now you don’t have anything to eat.
An 18-year-old “activist” – and a self-described transgender “lesbian anarchist” – helped create a Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) in Seattle.
They invited homeless people into the zone … then somebody quickly made off with all their food.
Via The Daily Caller:
An activist who claimed to have helped establish the self-declared Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), a six-block area in downtown Seattle, took to Twitter to complain about the community’s food being stolen.
The activist pleaded on Twitter for people to bring an assortment of foods, including vegan meat substitutes and soy products, stating that they would ‘need more food to keep the area operational.’
Heh … “operational”?
It’s not operational in the first place, is it? You apparently do nothing and expect people to provide for you.
Then when somebody takes your stuff, you beg for help … many people on social media quickly saw the irony of the situation.
If only there was some group you could call when people take all your stuff.
Yeah, if only, right?
And by the way, “CHAZ” was established after rioters boarded up the Seattle Police Department’s East Precinct building, which forced officers to abandon the place.
Apparently, these people want anarchy — but isn’t it interesting how all anarchists seem completely incapable of functioning on their own?
Now they want people to give them food. Because evidently, they refuse to work for what they need, and they go after those sworn to protect them (yes, the police).
How does this work, exactly? What if people don’t bring you more food? And clothing?
Sounds to me like “anarchist” is just a code word for “lazy, hostile, do-nothing.”
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Source: The Daily Caller