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When this **** goes down... you will be behind enemy lines Brass. You will have to ninja your way out
 
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no, brasstax, u gotta hold out w/ the real american patriots

the rest of us will fite our way thru, opening up a corridor from the east

an oregon trail

if u will

paved w/ the skulls of commies and degens
 
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we will have an incontinental patriotic highway of american greatness

and we're gonna make the mexicans pay 4 it
 
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or we could get money from the chinese and not pay them back b/c fuk them
 
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ok so brasstax posts articles w/ portland homeowners whining about "being ignored"

while these same homeowners fail to get together and drive the homeless scum out of their neighborhoods ("neighborhood watch? that's for evil Trump voters in the heartland!")

while these same homeowners continue 2 dogmatically vote democrat despite being consistently betrayed and ****ed right up the ass by democrats

while these same homeowners continue 2 voice support 4 the sort of disastrous socioeconomic policies that created this mess

while these same homeowners fail 2 get out and clean the litter from their yards and streets

while these same homeowners openly talk about running away from the mess they created, only to create the same god damned problem in formerly nice areas that have now fallen victim to west coast carpetbaggery

fuk every single 1 of them, i hope the crackheads burn their houses down w/ them barricaded inside and then **** any survivors while enjoying that sticky melted skin feel
Yes! You can see the idiocy. Just how far off the path this trail of lunacy leads. You can see the complete destruction of a fine, American city. The behavior of Portland holds a warning to you all. It is coming.
 
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When this **** goes down... you will be behind enemy lines Brass. You will have to ninja your way out
You ever see a zombie flick where they wipe zombie blood on themselves and walk right through? Yeah. I have been in Portland so long I can appear to be one of them. Or, at least not fire the triggers.

Portlanders are fairly passive unless they smell CONSERVATIVE THINGS. Or are told to do something by a woman, POC or someone claiming to be LMNOPGBTQ. Then, they engage like a an Amazon robot on a stock pull.

The Portland left has a major weak spot; Left Portlanders always assume that everyone in Portland thinks the same.
 
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Police respond to 13 shootings in Portland within 28 hours
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PORTLAND, Ore. Portland police said officers responded to 13 shootings in a span of 28 over the weekend, which left one person dead and three others hurt.

Police said in the east side of the city, five shots calls were taken in the span of about 3 hours.

These shootings placed a significant strain on resources during that time. At one of the shootings, a sergeant was left to process one of the crime scenes alone, police said. At another crime scene, officers needed the help of community members to block traffic while they looked for and collected evidence.

On Friday, the Portland Police Association, the union that represents officers released a five year plan to help with the rising crime.

They say, the situation this weekend could have been avoided if city leaders wouldn't have taken so much of their funding away, leaving them with many officers retiring.

"We are the, we are the leanest police agency in the country with over 250,000 people in the population of the city." Daryl Turner, President of the Portland Police Association said.

He says the attitude towards officers needs to change at the city level if we want to be able to hire the quality candidates we need.

"We have to bring in new people, qualified applicants to bring them in from all over the country and be able to say, this is a place you want to work," Turner said.

Turner went on to say without that and better funding we will continue to spiral, seeing rising crime and gun violence.

Portland police released a brief description of each shooting:

Case 21-281535 Friday at 9:10 p.m., near the intersection of Southeast 83rd and Southeast Woodstock. No injuries were reported and officers found several rifle casings.
Case 21-281546 Friday at 9:47 p.m., in the 6800 Block of North Williams. Shooting call with non-life-threatening injuries. A firearm was recovered from the scene.
Case 21-281623 Friday at 11:14 p.m., in the 9300 Block of North Newman. When officers responded to the call, they found a victim who was deceased.
Case 21-281764 Saturday at 3:16 a.m., near the intersection of Northeast 102nd Avenue and East Burnside. Police said there were no known injuries. An unoccupied building was struck by gunfire.
Case 21-282211 Saturday at 3:52 p.m., in the 2200 Block of Southeast of 84th Avenue. Shooting call with no known injuries and officers located a crime scene. Damage from gunfire was to an occupied home and Harrison School; investigators believe that neither appeared to be intended targets.
Case 21-282253 Saturday at 4:56 p.m., in the 13900 Block of Southeast Center Street. Police said officers found a crime scene with no known victims.
Case 21-282256 Saturday at 5:04 p.m., in the 5400 Block of Southwast 122nd Avenue. An occupied home, which investigators believe was not the intended target, was struck by gunfire.
Case 21-282262 Saturday at 5:11 p.m., a person with a gunshot wound arrived at a local hospital. The victim was suffering from serious, but non-life-threatening injuries. It is unknown where the shooting occurred at this time.
Case 21-282314 Saturday at 6:39 p.m., in the 5500 Block of Southeast 73rd Avenue. Shooting call where officers located a crime scene. Police did not find any victims.
Case 21-282378 Saturday at 8:26 p.m., in the 3200 Block of Southeast 165th Avenue. Shooting call where officers found an occupied home struck multiple times. Officers saw a car speeding westbound on Southeast Holgate, which matched the description of a vehicle described leaving the scene of the shooting. Officers were able to stop and detain the occupants. Further investigation led to the arrest of two individuals; 20 year-old Martin Rosario and 20 year-old Keylin Proby were both arrested for Attempted Murder and Unlawful Use of a Weapon. Two firearms were recovered related to this incident.
Case 21-282498 Saturday at 9:23 p.m., near the intersection of Northweat 4th Avenue and Northwest Everett Street. Shooting call that was heard by officers. Officers found a crime scene and believe a confrontation resulted in shooting. There are no known victims, according to police.
Case 21- 282498 Saturday at 11:18 p.m., in the 11300 Block of Northeast Sandy Blvd. Shooting call where officers arrived and found a victim suffering from a serious, but non-life threatening gunshot wound. Officers provided immediate trauma care and the victim was transported to an area hospital.
Case 21-282585 Sunday at 1:31 a.m., in the 9900 Block of Southeast Stark Street. Shooting call where officers located a crime scene with no known victims.

Investigators believe some of the shootings were related and, in total, at least 151 casings were recovered from these crime scenes.

These shootings are being actively investigated by the ECST and Homicide Detectives.
Some typical shooters....


Portland decided that the gang unit and the gang database was racist about 3 years ago. Then Portland decided to de-criminalize most crime. Then, Portland decided to defund the police. Now, Portland is under attack and crying like little *****es. Or leaving. That's mostly what is going on.

Why doesn't the city care? Well, there are a few hundred million dollars in Opportunity Zone funds which must be spent in the city over the next 6 years. Gee. I wonder if they think that's a safety net?

Also, there was a surplus in the budget....

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An unexpected revenue windfall will likely cause Portland bureaus to ask for more money from the City Council in coming days.

The City Budget Office announced the city has a $62 million general fund surplus on Friday, Oct. 8. The announcement came after bureaus had only requested $5.7 million in additional funds as part of the Fall Budget Monitoring Process that is now underway.

Under existing city policies, half the surplus can be spent during the so-called Fall BUMP. Mayor Ted Wheeler has until Oct. 18 to submit an ordinance with all the spending requests. Some bureaus are likely to submit additional requests before then.

Wheeler and the other council members have already agreed to spend a little over $1 million to expand the Portland Street Response program citywide. It is a non-police alternative to 911 calls that is being tested in the Lents Neighborhood.

Wheeler has also said he wants the Portland Police Bureau to rehire up to 80 officers who are scheduled to retire before July 1, the start of the next fiscal year. The bureau has not yet requested the additional funds to do that.
Wheeler wants to rehire 80 officers. Derp.
 
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I have been wondering who keeps moving and dumping the cars and campers.
Now I see who has been doing it.
The city.

They use taxpayer dollars and just dump the things wherever they want without warning.
Now, to get people to move away, they just dump them on residential neighborhoods. Probably in Opportunity Zone neighborhoods.

City dumps RVs in Northeast Portland neighborhood without warning residents
Portland has been gentrifying people out of the downtown and single family type areas for a few years. This is more of the same.

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PORTLAND, Ore. ***8212; The city of Portland, on the taxpayer dime, is taking problem RVs from one street to another, dumping them outside homes without warning anyone in the neighborhood.

The problem is playing out in Northeast Portland.

The RVs were picked up from one area and moved just a few blocks over, leaving trash behind.

The new neighbors are now worried about the future of their street, and they want answers from the city.

They are also frustrated. They were given no warning ahead of the drop-off and no explanation from the city after.

Kathryn Groves came home from work one day to find several new neighbors.

She soon learned the city of Portland contracted a towing company to drop off the RVs, which are homes to several people dealing with houselessness.

RELATED: Six years have passed since Portland declared the homeless crisis an emergency

They'd previously called Jim Emmons***8217; neighborhood, just a matter of blocks away, home, where trash lined the street.

What was left behind gave a glimpse into what Emmons lived with for the past year.

"We'd seen them stripping down cars. They threatened some neighbors," he said.

Emmons said he only had problems with one of the trailers. The family, he said, just seemed to be going through a hard time.

Elected leaders rejected KATU***8217;s request for interviews. The city instead provided John Brady, the spokesman for the Portland Bureau of Transportation.

He confirmed that is was not legal for the people to be living at their original location.

Brady went on to say the homeless crisis is larger than PBOT and that inside the RVs, are people.

"We have to be as compassionate and humanitarian as we can be," he said.

Brady says the city only moved the RVs because where they'd previously been, at 60th and Hassalo, is near a future construction zone, and it wouldn't have been safe for them to stay.

City dumps RVs in Northeast Portland neighborhood without warning residents (KATU - 6 PM)

But why on Groves***8217; street?

Brady said one of the RV residents needs to access services nearby and another works in the area.

RELATED: Owner pulls decades-old forging business out of Portland due to surrounding homeless camps

When asked why the city didn***8217;t just knock on doors to inform neighbors what was about to happen, Brady said: "Yeah, you know, that***8217;s a great question, because this is temporary, we don***8217;t do the full-on neighborhood notification."

He said the city doesn***8217;t know how long the RVs will be there.

The city is working to get these unhoused neighbors into something more permanent and off the street.
City dumps RVs in Northeast Portland neighborhood without warning residents | KATU

The story page at KATU has a couple of video clips.
 
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I would set them on fire.. occupied or not.
 
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That happens already. They burn them. Not sure why. Evidence? Fun? Who the **** knows. There are hundreds of burnt out stripped wrecks in PDX. Some have been rolled down into the Columbia river and left to leak. Don't ever listen to anyone from PDX talk about saving or caring about the environment. Why not pull the ****ing leaking cars out? At the very least. They leave them for months.
 
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the good news is china is gonna straighten these degenerates rite the fuk out after they roll thru us like germany did 2 france
 
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Yeah - don't hold your breath. I get it. These people would be ****ed if forced to do something they didn't like. But the idea of China actually starting military action against the US is far fetched. Not as far fetched as it used to seem. I can come up with scenarios of how it could be done pretty quickly these days and that is scary. We really need to clean up old systems, protocols, etc and get them updated with some no-nonsense, tamper-proof, reliable instructions. Possibly even some effective "dead man" protocols.
 
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China doesn't have the navy to get boots on US soil the "old fashioned" way.

They'll put them in cargo containers and sneak them in on container ships through China-owned ports. Taiwan has been wargaming this scenario for decades (at least since the Port of Taipei opened in the late 90s), and the Chinese have increased drilling with civilian vessels as impromptu military warships over the last few years. They aren't shy about it.
 
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Well, remember - they want the land, resources and a shift in major powers/police. Not necessarily all the people. There are a couple of ways that could be accomplished.
 
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Portland police are alerting the public to a type of ***8220;deception***8221; that thieves are using to lure drivers out of their cars so the thieves can steal them.

Police on Saturday described four separate instances this past week when two to four teenage boys or young men reportedly ran up to victims***8217; cars ***8220;frantically***8221; yelling that something was wrong with the car or something was hanging out of the back of it. In some of the cases, the suspects banged on the cars. When the drivers got out to check, the suspects got in the car and drove off, police said.

The suspects didn***8217;t threaten or injure the drivers, who are all women. All of the thefts happened in Southeast Portland:

Tuesday at about 3 p.m., a Ford Fusion was stolen from a 29-year-old woman near Southeast 28th and Woodward Street, a residential neighborhood. The car was recovered unoccupied the next day more than three miles away, near Mt. Scott Park in the 5700 block of Southeast 72nd Avenue.

Tuesday at about 5:45 p.m., a Subaru Outback was taken from a 47-year-old woman near Southeast Tibbetts Street and Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard. Three days later it was discovered parked near Northeast 119th Avenue and Sandy Boulevard, near Parkrose High School.

Thursday at about 4:30 p.m. a Subaru Outback was stolen from a 75-year-old woman at Southeast 28th Avenue and Franklin Street, which is next to Cleveland High School and just four blocks south of the first theft on Tuesday.

Twenty minutes later, a Kia Sorento was taken from a 36-year-old woman at Southeast Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard and Lambert Street, a residential neighborhood.

Police advise that drivers don***8217;t open their doors and instead drive away if they***8217;re approached in a similar fashion. Anyone with information about these thefts is asked to email
 
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You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villany
 
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I mostly post this **** in PDX as a warning. It is coming to your town if you follow the path. Really keep an eye on your DA races. As soon as you see the signs of slacking on the prosecution of crimes, take action. It starts with simple things like bike theft. Shoplifting. Then, car theft etc. Soon, the cops are working overtime to arrest people but the DA is letting 98 percent of the people right back out. Without any penalty. Not even a slap on the wrist. Possibly with "free" **** from taxpayers. This is frustrating to the cops so they quit responding and doing their job. Or leaving. Maybe getting so frustrated that they are over-zealous. Then, the protests etc. More ammo to defund, make changes, make it more difficult to prosecute crime. Gang programs get labeled as racist. Gang units are disbanded. Gang crime goes up. Surprise

Watch any local "Opportunity Zones" and look for signs that the city is using crime and homeless to drive people from neighborhoods and to make doing business tough in an area to drive out the smaller business owners.

This will be an interesting 6 years as those areas are transformed.
 
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That has been going on for years up here in Seattle.
 
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That has been going on for years up here in Seattle.
It is basic joy riding with a little adolescent twist. What cracks me up is they went so far as to say they were all women drivers. What I am assuming is that these teens are black and that the women drivers are Asian. Just guessing but it wouldn't surprise me. Maybe not. Maybe it is a group of mixed teen dip****s and their targets are equal opportunity. It just kinda made me laugh to think about the scene....

"Hey Lady! OMG - your gas tank is on fire!!!!"

Somewhere, these kids are posting this **** to WorldStar or something. They are just dumping the cars shortly after they escape.

If I was in charge, I'd round these kids up[ and put them to work cleaning up some of the abandoned cars laying around Portland. I am sure that would be some racist, cruel and unusual punishment though.

"But your honor! These boys haven't done an honest days work in their tender young lives. Do you want to ruin them forever? Is not our job to rehabilitate these young men and put them on the road to recovery? How about we get them all new Series X GTA edition XBoxs that Microsoft has agreed to provide instead?"
 
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Urbanite Portland hit multiple times by vandals, burglars | kgw.com


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Portland store hit repeatedly by vandals and burglarized, asking for city response
Urbanite's owner says they lost thousands in merchandise and that her business is just one of many in the city that has been hit.
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PORTLAND, Ore. ***8212; This has been a difficult time for Raquel Coyote and her store Urbanite.

It's on Southeast Grand between Yamhill and Taylor. It's what she calls a lifestyle store.

There are 54 small businesses under one roof and is a place where makers can sell their wares to customers. It's been open for nearly five years.

***8220;It was important to come home and start a business that supported my small community,***8221; said Coyote.

Just over a week ago, someone broke in while the store was closed and stole thousands of dollars of merchandise. After that, other people simply walked in and took what they wanted. A few days later, someone shot at windows, hitting eleven with pellets.

Saturday morning, Coyote came to work to find someone had tagged the front of the building. An out-of-state production company planned to pay Urbanite to use the building as a backdrop in an advertising campaign. They canceled the shoot.

She said it's beginning to get disheartening

***8220;It's really been hard when you have to limit your hiring, when every week you have to paint your building, when you have co-workers being threatened on their way to work, when you have fellow small business owners who are being threatened and suffering in every way."

She said her business is not alone.

During the week Sam Adams from the city of Portland took part in a meeting with local business owners at Urbanite to talk about their concerns. Coyote says they've been told to look into putting bars on their windows and hiring private security.

What she and others would like to see is a physical and fiscal response from the city because the problems, as they stand right now, are not going away.
Ooooo! I know let's see if this is in an Opportunity Zone! One where they are wanting to knock down all the buildings and sell to the highest bidder!

Urbanite....
1005 SE Grand Ave, Portland, OR 97214,

Well - yep! What a surprise.
Census Tract 11.01, Portland, Oregon - OpportunityDb

Yeah - good luck getting help Urbanite.
Don't you get it? They want you to fail and move away.
Might as well get it over with.
Nice store, too. Love that old area.
It's in the "Fruit district" an awesome area full of old brick buildings that had warehouses. the old train route etc.

buh bye
 
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