Seattle ‘Protestors’ New Demand “Give Us Your House!”Apparently, defunding the police is not enough, these Marxist now demand the private property

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soggykitten

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Think about this! These domestic terrorists are still at it in Seattle! Of course they're going to demand more! Traitors in office have already given domestic terrorists the city of Seattle! Why would the DT's think to stop now? They've won a CITY!

August 14, 2020
Seattle ‘Protestors’ New Demand “Give Us Your House!”

Apparently, defunding the police is not enough, these Marxist now demand the private property of others.

They didn’t work for it. They didn’t earn it. They don’t care that you did… ‘peaceful protestors’ in Seattle are now going after private property as their ‘right.’
 

Nehemiah6

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Think about this! These domestic terrorists are still at it in Seattle!
This is a PURELY COMMUNIST tactic. The Communists in Russia grabbed all the land and disenfranchised the landowners. Of course they did worse to the Czar and his family. But this is exactly what is coming down the pike if Trump loses and Biden wins.

There has never been a more precarious situation for the USA than right now. If there was ever a time for mass arrests and/or deportation of illegals who are a part of BLM, now is the time for DHS (or whichever agency) to get busy. The time for talk has been long over.
 
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Part of me can sympathize with them. Seattle has gotten incredibly expensive over the years. I can tell you how bad my rent has gotten. A lot of people who have lived in neighborhoods for generations were forced out by rising rents due to gentrification. Even if you own property, the the property tax can be unaffordable if the value of your property is too high, forcing you to sell.

Obviously, I don't believe in arbitrary property seizure. That's a great way to tank any economy. But, Seattle should've done more to protect existing people from being displaced. And they still should. Unfortunately, rather than deal with why the cost of living is so expensive, they'd rather pass a heavy tax to build housing, which is putting a band-aid on a wound that covers the entire arm. I'm cynical, but I don't believe the city has any incentive to keep housing costs under control, because it means more money for them in property tax revenue.
 

Moses_Young

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Part of me can sympathize with them. Seattle has gotten incredibly expensive over the years. I can tell you how bad my rent has gotten. A lot of people who have lived in neighborhoods for generations were forced out by rising rents due to gentrification. Even if you own property, the the property tax can be unaffordable if the value of your property is too high, forcing you to sell.
But surely if this is true (and I can believe it is), these terrorists are picking the wrong target. The target should be the fascist government/council, rather than innocent home owners. One could sympathise with these Communists, if they targeted the government who is causing the pain, usury and taxes, rather than folk who are just living their lives as best they can in the wicked system.
 

soggykitten

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But surely if this is true (and I can believe it is), these terrorists are picking the wrong target. The target should be the fascist government/council, rather than innocent home owners. One could sympathise with these Communists, if they targeted the government who is causing the pain, usury and taxes, rather than folk who are just living their lives as best they can in the wicked system.
They don't pick the rich and powerful in charge of making housing an issue in Seattle because they're funded by the rich and powerful that pay both ANTIFA and BLM to be the domestic terrorists they are.

People impacted by property taxes have a voice anywhere in this country. They can stand up when they are notified of a pending tax increase and voice their objections.
Hard working people who strive to own a home do not for any reason deserve to be displaced by violent terrorist thugs who insist the hard working, unlike themselves, owe the lazy violent terrorist generations old victim mentality weaned offenders all that the working class labored to call their own.

In the old America and the other 49 states, if a thug tried to take your home they were arrested. Now days homeowners in Seattle Washington in particular should commit to due diligence in at least keeping abreast of their registered deed information at their local Register of Deeds office.
Many states have what is termed a consumer notification service. This service informs the homeowner of any paperwork being filed with the state against that homeowners property. (This is called title theft or deed theft).

There's a slew of information links on the Net about this horrific crime of stealing peoples homes with the stroke of a pen. When Seattle domestic terrorists go public about their beliefs about the homeowners having no right to retain their home there, it is best to keep apprised of what is transpiring with one's own home title. Make sure the Register of Deeds has all of your current contact information too. Including a valid email.

When the Mayor of Seattle has turned their back on the citizens of Seattle, in effect committing Treason by giving aid to domestic terrorists, it is up to those citizens to fend for themselves. By any means necessary.
 

MattforJesus

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All ethnic groups are in America pursuing money and material things, being greedy and self exalting.

So it seems like what it is about is competition whether house, land, money, and what they can get, so if they are all acting like this why does anybody hassle anybody else for what they got if they do the same thing.

Don't be mad if they are doing good with a nice house, and you are not, for you want the same thing, and even steal, and try to take it, and act like someone owes you something.
 

GST

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Part of me can sympathize with them. Seattle has gotten incredibly expensive over the years. I can tell you how bad my rent has gotten. A lot of people who have lived in neighborhoods for generations were forced out by rising rents due to gentrification. Even if you own property, the the property tax can be unaffordable if the value of your property is too high, forcing you to sell.

Obviously, I don't believe in arbitrary property seizure. That's a great way to tank any economy. But, Seattle should've done more to protect existing people from being displaced. And they still should. Unfortunately, rather than deal with why the cost of living is so expensive, they'd rather pass a heavy tax to build housing, which is putting a band-aid on a wound that covers the entire arm. I'm cynical, but I don't believe the city has any incentive to keep housing costs under control, because it means more money for them in property tax revenue.


I'm new to this forum but your post caught my eye. I think one thing to take a look at is State and local administrations that supports these high costs of living states and cities such as New York, New Jersey, Washington, Oregon and California. Then take a look at States that have the fastest growth and their low cost of living, Texas and Florida. Basically Democrat vs Republican. We lived for two years in San Francisco in the early 90's , the worst two years of our lives. Moved to St Louis and received about a 30% decrease in our cost of living. Basically people should, again, take a look at the politicians running these States and Cities. Maybe it's time for a change and you are correct people are being forced out. Make the change at the Ballot Box. If your state has mail-in voting, good luck. I'm for going to the polling location and personally placing my ballot in the box. To many ballots are being rejected in the mail-in voting scheme, they are being thrown away. Always make sure your vote is counted!!!
 

Billyd

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I'm new to this forum but your post caught my eye. I think one thing to take a look at is State and local administrations that supports these high costs of living states and cities such as New York, New Jersey, Washington, Oregon and California. Then take a look at States that have the fastest growth and their low cost of living, Texas and Florida. Basically Democrat vs Republican. We lived for two years in San Francisco in the early 90's , the worst two years of our lives. Moved to St Louis and received about a 30% decrease in our cost of living. Basically people should, again, take a look at the politicians running these States and Cities. Maybe it's time for a change and you are correct people are being forced out. Make the change at the Ballot Box. If your state has mail-in voting, good luck. I'm for going to the polling location and personally placing my ballot in the box. To many ballots are being rejected in the mail-in voting scheme, they are being thrown away. Always make sure your vote is counted!!!
One thing that those migrating from the blue states to the southern states is the disease of liberalism. Florida and Texas are becoming bluer every day. The best thing that we can do is to encourage the blue state migrators to do is leave their money here and go back to their blue state homes.
 
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I'm new to this forum but your post caught my eye. I think one thing to take a look at is State and local administrations that supports these high costs of living states and cities such as New York, New Jersey, Washington, Oregon and California. Then take a look at States that have the fastest growth and their low cost of living, Texas and Florida. Basically Democrat vs Republican. We lived for two years in San Francisco in the early 90's , the worst two years of our lives. Moved to St Louis and received about a 30% decrease in our cost of living. Basically people should, again, take a look at the politicians running these States and Cities. Maybe it's time for a change and you are correct people are being forced out. Make the change at the Ballot Box. If your state has mail-in voting, good luck. I'm for going to the polling location and personally placing my ballot in the box. To many ballots are being rejected in the mail-in voting scheme, they are being thrown away. Always make sure your vote is counted!!!
The Seattle City Council is terrible, and it keeps getting worse. Over the years, they've been getting more and more radical activists placed. I get the impression most people want them since they keep getting voted in.
 

GST

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One thing that those migrating from the blue states to the southern states is the disease of liberalism. Florida and Texas are becoming bluer every day. The best thing that we can do is to encourage the blue state migrators to do is leave their money here and go back to their blue state homes.
One thing that those migrating from the blue states to the southern states is the disease of liberalism. Florida and Texas are becoming bluer every day. The best thing that we can do is to encourage the blue state migrators to do is leave their money here and go back to their blue state homes.

Well there is always rural Missouri where we have moved to. God loving, Gun Loving, Constitution Loving people. Liberals are few and far between and would not ID themselves as such anyway. We're so Red that our water has a red tint to it. Got sick of liberal cities where citizens are asked to fund a local government that wastes money like it grows on trees.
 

Billyd

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Well there is always rural Missouri where we have moved to. God loving, Gun Loving, Constitution Loving people. Liberals are few and far between and would not ID themselves as such anyway. We're so Red that our water has a red tint to it. Got sick of liberal cities where citizens are asked to fund a local government that wastes money like it grows on trees.
What's happening in your cities?
 

GST

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What's happening in your cities?

Just living the American Dream, live in a law abiding, conservative area where we are not living in fear and can walk the streets without being attacked or shot. What's about your City?
 

Billyd

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Just living the American Dream, live in a law abiding, conservative area where we are not living in fear and can walk the streets without being attacked or shot. What's about your City?
Same as you, but I live in a rural part of the state. The further south you go the bluer it gets. People up north are tired of their high taxes, but they also bring their liberal social agendas to Florida. This has been going on for the past fifty years. Sadly it is beginning to spill over into the northern and central parts of the state.

One thing we have going for us is that most DAs, sheriffs and police chiefs are elected. They would be out of a job in a heartbeat if they failed to keep our citizens safe.