Shutting Down DIY Venues, Leftists Get A Taste Of Their Own Medicine

Posted by Label56 in Blog | DIY Preservation | Music | Politics

Leftists are notorious for getting events shut down that they oppose and a new campaign is giving them a taste of their own medicine. The first victim is the 1919 Hemphill in Fort Worth which is now looking at getting it`s doors closed due to violations. Read more about that here. Below is an excerpt from another article on the origins and tactics being used against leftist hot spots. Again, it`s great to see them getting a taste of their own medicine.  Keep up the good work guys and girls

4chan Users Launch Campaign to Shut Down DIY Venues in Aftermath of Oakland Fire

The smell of ash hadn’t yet cleared from the air in Oakland’s Fruitvale district as fire-crews and inspectors continued sifting through the debris where The Ghost Ship warehouse once stood. It had been five days since a fire tore through the building and killed 36 people who were there for a music event, sparking debates about safety concerns and the importance of less-than-legal live/work spaces for underground artists. That’s when one 4chan poster saw an opportunity—namely, to use the tragedy to “crush the radical left.”

Posting on an anonymous online message board for political discussions and debates—4chan’s “Politically Incorrect” (/pol/)—the contributor used all caps to call for others using their site to report art spaces and illegal venues to the authorities.

“These places are open hotbeds of liberal radicalism and degeneracy and now YOU [sic] can stop them by reporting all such places you may be or may become aware of to the authorities, specifically the local fire marshel [sic],” the poster explained. “Watch them and follow them to their hives. Infiltrate social circles, go to parties/events, record evidence and report it. We’ve got them on the run but now we must crush their nests before they can regroup!”

The post ended with MAGA—an acronym used on the site for Donald Trump’s slogan, “Make America Great Again,” as the poster wished everyone “happy hunting.”

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