On Wednesday, the anti-capitalist Occupy Oakland said that it is at war against “the state” and announced that it had won a victory during the violent riots at Berkeley.
“We won this night. We will control the streets. We will liberate the land. We will fight fascists. We will dismantle the state. This is war,” the group tweeted.
We won this night. We will control the streets. We will liberate the land. We will fight fascists. We will dismantle the state. This is war. pic.twitter.com/JnlJMUtgCj
— Oakland Uprising (@oaklanduprising) February 2, 2017
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Naturally, this didn’t sit too well with many, who sharply criticized the group.
One person dared the snowflakes to bring their antics to Texas:
you're not liberating anything. The only thing you did was show the world you're everything you accuse everyone else of being
— PearJellyBeanLover (@CROWENATION2020) February 2, 2017
They did managed to start fires, damage private property and commit assault.
One person promised:
They won? Destroying property, assaulting people and generally speaking, breaking the law and they think they won?
And really, dismantle the state? HA.
This is war. Occupy Oakland, that’s adorable.
One person added:
— Chad Felix Greene 🇮🇱 (@chadfelixg) February 2, 2017
Given this description, and their stated declaration of “war” against “the state,” which is presumably the U.S., since California is now governed by radical leftists, would the administration be justified in using force against them?
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