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Antifa Releases List of Demands After Taking Over 6 Square Block Section in Seattle and Setting Up Armed Security Watch — List Includes Reparations and Ending Police Dept.

Antifa Releases List of Demands

As we reported yesterday — Antifa domestic terrorists set up an”autonomous zone” in six square blocks in Seattle over the weekend.
Even the antifa terrorists are advocating for”people with guns” to take changes defending the barricades.
The Antifa set set up barricades for public and dining speech in regions and the boundary.
Andy Ngo reported this yesterday.

Antifa Releases List of Demands

The antifa telescope considers the district belongs to them.

The list includes reparations, ending the police and stuff — pretty much everything you would expect from a whole lot of leftie children that are illiterate.
Via Medium:

Given the historical moment, we’ll start with our demands concerning the Justice System.

Attached court system and the Seattle Police Department are beyond reform. We don’t ask reform, we demand abolition. We demand that the Seattle Council and the Mayor defund and abolish the Seattle Police Department and the connected Criminal Justice Apparatus. This means 100 percent of financing. At precisely the same level of priority people demand that the city disallow the operations of ICE .

At the Seattle Police Department‘s dismantlement and the stage between today we demand that the use of armed force be prohibited entirely. No firearms, no batons, no riot shields, no chemical weapons exercising their First Amendment right as Americans to protest.

We demand a stop to the abolition of youth jails as well as the pipeline. Get kids out get cops. We demand that the newest youth prison being built in Seattle be repurposed.

We demand that not the City government, nor even the State government, but that the Federal government launch a full-scale investigation into past and present instances of police brutality in Seattle and Washington, as well as the re-opening of all closed cases reported on the Office of Police Accountability. Specifically, we demand that instances specific to Seattle and Washington be monetized at which no justice was served, specifically the instances of Iosia Faletogo, Damarius Butts, Isaiah Obet, Tommy Le, Shaun Fuhr, and Charleena Lyles.

We demand reparations for victims of police brutality, in a form to be determined.

We demand that the City of Seattle create the names of officers involved with police brutality a matter of public record. Anonymity should not even be an urgency in service.

We demand a retrial of people in Color currently serving a jail sentence by a jury of their peers, because of violent crime within their own area.

We demand decriminalization of the acts of protest, and amnesty for both protestors in general, but especially those involved with what was named”The George Floyd Rebellion” against the gun that previously occupied this region referred to as the Seattle Police Department. Including the immediate release of all protestors currently being held in prison following the arrests made at 11th and Pine on Sunday night and early Saturday morning June 7th and 8th, and some other protesters arrested in the past two months of this uprising, the name Evan Hreha in particular comes to mind who filmed Seattle police macing a young woman and is now in jail.

We demand the City of Seattle and State Government launch any captive currently serving time only for resisting arrest if there aren’t any other associated fees, which those convictions should also be expunged.

We demand that prisoners currently serving period be given the full and unrestricted right to voteand for Washington State to pass laws especially breaking from Federal legislation which prevents felons from being able to vote.

We demand a stop to prosecutorial immunity for police officers in the time between now and the dissolution of extant justice program and the SPD.

We demand the abolition of imprisonment, broadly speaking, but especially the abolition of privately-owned prisons and the two youth prisons.

We demand as a substitute for imprisonment that the production of accountability programs that are restorative/transformative in replacement of their present criminal justice system.

We demand autonomy be provided to make localized systems.

We demand justice for people who have been sexually harassed or mistreated by the Seattle Police Department or jail guards from the state of Washington.

We demand that between today and the abolition of the SPD that each and every SPD officer turn on their own body cameras, which the body camera movie of all Seattle police ought to be a matter of easily accessible public record.

C) Public instruction, to decrease the average class size in city schools and increase teacher wages. D) Naturalization services for immigrants to the United States living here undocumented. (We demand that they are known as”undocumented” since no individual is prohibited.) E) General neighborhood development. Parks, etc..

We have demands that have to be dealt with.

We demand the de-gentrification of Seattle, starting with rent control.

We demand the restoration of city funds for culture and arts to reestablish the neighborhood cultural identity of Seattle.

We demand free college for those people of the country of Washington, as a result of overwhelming effect that education has on economic success, and the correlated overwhelming impact of poverty on people of colour, as a kind of reparations for the treatment of Black folks within this nation and nation.

We demand that between today and the abolition of the SPD which Seattle Police be banned from performing”homeless sweeps” that displace and disturb our displaced neighbors, and about equal footing we demand an end to all evictions.

We demand a decentralized election procedure to provide a larger ability to pick candidates for public office such that we aren’t forced to select in the poll involving choices to the taxpayers of Seattle. There are a number of systems and policies in place that make it more difficult at perfect for working-class people to run starting with any penalties.

We demand care facilities and the hospitals of Seattle use black doctors and nurses to care for black patients.

We demand Seattle‘s people seek out and proudly support Black-owned companies. Your cash is sustainability and our power.

We demand that the city develop an system staffed by mental health experts to respond to 911 calls and insist that all involved in such a program be placed through rigorous instruction in battle de-escalation.

Lastly, let us now address our demands regarding the schooling system in the City of Washington.

We demand that the history of Black and Native Americans have been provided a focus from the Washington State education curriculum.

We demand that anti-bias training that is comprehensive become a legal requirement for all tasks in the schooling system, as well as in bulk media and in the health care profession.

We demand all and any monuments dedicated to historical figures of the Confederacy, whose treasonous tries to build an America as a permanent fixture had been an affront to the human race are removed by the City of Seattle and State.

Transcribed by @AustinCHowe and @irie_kenya. Special thanks for Magik for starting and facilitating the discussion to make this record, to Omari Salisbury to the thought to split the list into groups, and also thanks for Kshama Sawant to be the only Seattle official to talk about with the folks about Free Capitol Hill the night which it was liberated.

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