Fire threatens new territory: Autonomous Chazistanis forced to call fire department to save CHAZ

(Source: YouTube of unrelated dumpster fire)

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When left-wing activists commandeered Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood on June 8th and cordoned it off as a new nation called CHAZ, they portrayed themselves as pioneers in search of colonial-like independence.

After all, CHAZ is short for Capital Hill Autonomous Zone, and Merriam-Webster defines “autonomous” as “having the right or power of self-government” and “existing or capable of existing independently.”

Yet by June 14th, less than a week since the new nation’s formation, it was clear that the so-called Chazistanis were in reality a very whiny, dependent people not too different from undisciplined schoolchildren.

Here’s one example courtesy journalist Julio Rosas:

The irony was immensely rich.

For one, CHAZ is itself quite the dumpster fire.

Second, Seattle’s left-wing activists started CHAZ to rebel against America’s system of governance, which they find to be cruel, racist, you name it, right?

Yet when push came to shove, these same activists — these Chazistanis, as they’re being mockingly called — rushed to seek the help of the same system they resent.

But it gets better. Read Rosas’ tweet closely and take note of what he wrote. The fire occurred along the “boundary” — or BORDER — between CHAZ and the rest of Seattle.

Here’s the thing: Though Chazistainis resent America and everything its comprised of — including but not limited to, for better or worse, border walls, stop-and-frisk patrols, taxation and rare acts of police brutality — CHAZ is in many ways a picture-perfect duplicate of the United States, albeit a dumber and more “cruel” version.

The examples are many.

Whereas American police sometimes commit police brutality against criminal suspects, Chazistanis enjoy committing police brutality against Christian preachers:

Whereas America relies on trained professionals to maintain safety and security, CHAZ prefers bowing to the authority of a literal warlord:

And whereas America uses a fair, system of taxation to collect revenue from all working citizens, the Chazistanis prefer using a racist system of taxation that only taxes whites:

CHAZ is like the Bizarro World version of the United States. Of course, CHAZ has no other option than to be a dumpster fire of a failed state because its led by folks who themselves are dumpster fires of people, according to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson.

With limited natural resources and a population with virtually no skills of any kind, apart from spray painting the F-word on public buildings, they lead the world in that, the people of CHAZ don’t have a lot of options for economic development,” he said mockingly last week on FNC’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“So, they’ve gone with extortion through violence, again, just like the Conquistadores. It’s a time tested formula and it’s lucrative.”

They appear to be losers whose only option for succeeding in their little project is by exerting force on the weak and begging for help from the strong. Pathetic.

But they’re also hypocrites, as demonstrated by their border walls.

“The first thing they did after they declared nationhood and this was a bit of a surprise given that these modern Conquistadores claim to be progressive ideologues,” Carlson continued. “But the first thing they did was establish rigid national borders. They built a wall around the place just like Donald Trump once said he would do.”

“Their wall is made from wooden barricades. A sign at the entrance to the country warns, ‘You are now leaving the USA.’ And then there are armed border guards, not technically ICE agents but close enough — who question everyone seeking entry. Countries have borders and the founders of CHAZ understood that. They don’t want the place flooded with illegals, and by illegals, we mean the citizens of Seattle.”

Listen to the whole segment below:

Again, it’d be funny if it weren’t so stunningly dumb.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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