Video: Antifa In Portland Set Up Walls Using Stolen Things To Create Their Own Autonomous Zone, Calling It “CLAT”

Portland protesters early Wednesday began to set up tents in the park near the federal courthouse and have barricaded streets to create their own autonomous zone, likened to the since disbanded Capitol Hill Occupied Protest in Seattle.

Demonstrators began erecting tents in Lownsdale Square on Tuesday night. The park is just across the street from the Federal Courthouse and was home to the “Occupy Portland” encampment in 2011.

As of 5 a.m., about a dozen demonstrators remained in the zone.

Police said they removed some of the barricades at Southwest 3rd Avenue and Southwest Salmon Street, but demonstrators returned to the area and reportedly threw glass bottles at officers. The group rebuilt the barricade.

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There is only one problem they used stolen things to create the walls around their so-called autonomous zone.

An unofficial Twitter page attributed to a group of anti-capitalist, anti-fascist teens who call themselves the Pacific Northwest Youth Liberation Front said protesters want to establish the Chinook Land Autonomous Territory, or CLAT, in downtown Portland. The Chinook people include several indigenous groups native to the Pacific Northwest.

I’m looking for pictures of the stolen construction equipment feeling a little concerned. Construction equipment could be used for demolition, and they seem to want to demolish that federal building. What kind of construction equipment have they got?

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