Now Anarchists in the Seattle Autonomous Zone Have a 'Garden' and It's as Funny as You'd Expect

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It’s pretty clear that the mayor of Seattle, Jenny Durkan, and the Governor of Washington, Jay Inslee, have no idea what the heck they are doing or how to respond to armed insurrectionists taking over a police station and several blocks in the city.

Both seemed more intent on attacking President Donald Trump than addressing the problem. Inslee actually said that the anarchists were “largely peaceful” and termed the “protest” “fundamentally American,” in a completely bizarre statement defending the anarchists. Inslee wasn’t upset with them but with Trump offering to help them if they didn’t get their act together. That, Inslee said, is “what we will not allow.”

Meanwhile, the ‘Autonomous Zone’ is dealing with problems you would think would develop in a bad socialist ‘utopia.’

More issues with the this guy who says he really isn’t a warlord, but is acting as a de facto police force according to reports.

But hey, look, they’re trying to figure out how to be self-sustainable to deal with that little problem that arises in socialists “utopias,” uneven use of resources.

As we previously reported, an activist in the zone claimed they’d run out of food because the homeless took it all and the activist begged for more food donations, particularly vegan or soy products.

Now they’ve planted a garden, looks like they’re trying to put down roots, intending to stay for a long time. Except for one problem, they don’t understand the concept of planting and putting down roots.

One other problem?

But hey, do you think they’ll figure that out? A farmer weighed in on how silly they are.

Living social experiment of how awful the socialist ideology is.

HT: Twitchy