Antifa anarchists have decided that an excellent way to “smash the state” is to inconvenience their friends and neighbors by sabotaging ATM machines — in a city that voted 73.3% for Hillary Clinton and only 17% for Donald Trump. In a communique posted to the Antifa website It’s Going Down, an anonymous criminal admitted to using guerrilla tactics to “wreck” ATM machines in the ultra-blue city of Portland, Oregon — and encouraged readers in other cities to do the same. “We are no longer willing to wait for the some great spark to cause the Revolution, nor can we afford
Comments: This is yet another example of the criminal activity of those in Antifa. They should be declared a terrorist group and charged with their crimes. They are sure NOT protesters as those on the left describe them. They are seditious anarchists and should be treated like the criminals that they are. They are terrifying and dangerous to our society.
We need to stop letting the red leftards pick the colors: it was correctly assigned several decades ago - red for commies, blue for Americans. These leftards are reds and infest red areas, not blue, and conservative areas should be described as blue (the good guys).
This is why they worked so hard the past couple years to invert the colors assigned.
Dear Banks: When "they´ break them - do not fix ´em. Leave the broken units there to continuously remind REAL workers, who make deposits in your institutions, what the opposition can do. Either "they" win or those depositors lose - which side are you on?
Careful what you ask for, Antifa and Anonymice, you just might get it. Revolution ain´t glamorous, especially when the other side starts hitting back. And there´s no magic ´undo´ key for when one of ´em sabotages your throat.
Gee, when the Revolution comes, can we shoot these people on sight? I love to build things, maintain things, and all the infrastructure of civilization. People who only wish to destroy and tear everything down are enemies of life and civilization. Those who embrace anarchy and chaos need to be taught a hard lesson.
Takes about 30 seconds for a first line ATM tech to clear a card reader jam. And oh yeah.... The VAST majority of ATMs have an overhead camera and an internal camera recording everything. Depending on the bank, that camera is likely a megapixel camera.
And oh yeah......... Most ATM´s report problems, i.e. low paper, low cash, jams and other faults.
You morons have only managed to inconvenience customers for a few hours.
As a previous poster identified...banks are regulated by the Federal government as well as currency. This is a serious federal crime. And as also mentioned, ATMs are highly monitored with cameras and retained.
The Feds should treat this no less than a terrorist act. Disrupting the banking industry is a terrorist act.
These punks should be arrested and hanged in the public square for sedition! ATM’S are a very handy thing for consumers and they make huge profits for banks! If they didn’t, they would not exist! Banks have been moving away from facilities and tellers, both of which are very expensive!
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