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Posts tagged Occupy Portland

You’ll Never Believe Where Saba Ahmed Showed Up

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On Monday, June 16, the Washington DC press got a glimpse of Saba Ahmed, and were all too eager to provide her the platform she craves. Conservatives in the Pacific Northwest are quite familiar with her tactics to distort and twist conservative messages, but she’s found new fertile ground as she’s relocated. Given the headlines […]

Caught on Tape: Environmental Extremists Enjoy Protest Aboard Catered Yachts

Dateline Sunday July 28, 2013 – Portland Oregon:   “How Much Is Enough!?!?” asks Jill MacIntyre Witt, a former Occupier and Certified Presenter for Al Gore‘s Climate Reality Project. This shortly after she is caught on tape accepting deliveries and mowing down copious amounts of food aboard “The Gallant,” a private yacht which was one of […]

OCCU-LOSER: OCCUPIER FAILS IN BID TO HAVE VIDEO TAKEN DOWN

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This Occupier and extreme environmentalist has lost in her bid to have an unflattering video taken down from YouTube channel Daylight Disinfectant, and blog 5440fight.com.  Who is she and what are the details?  Read all about it at daylightdisinfectant.com. Like this:Like Loading…

On His Way Out The Door: Adams Rubs Elbows With Racist

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Dateline Portland Oregon, November 16, 2012:  It’s as if his trist with Beau Breedlove, lying to his constituents to cover it up, and presiding over Occupy Portland‘s $2M+ violent destruction of the downtown area wasn’t enough.  Finishing up his tour as Mayor, Sam Adams has apparently decided that rubbing elbows with racists is the right way […]

November 12 is the first anniversary of 54°40’ Or Fight!

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I am proud and humbled to celebrate the first anniversary of this blog. It has evolved quite a bit in its first year. I am most proud of the contributors who have agreed to post their stories at 54°40’ Or Fight! We now have 21 active contributors from around the State of Oregon. Several veteran […]

Occupier Anarchist Arraigned on 7 Counts: Declines Victoria Taft Interview

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Dateline November 5 2012 – Portland Oregon:  Alleged felon, Occupy Portlander, and verbal gay basher Johnny Christopher Wells was arraigned on 7 counts including felony robbery and attempted assault on a police officer.  The reporter approaches outside the court room in Justice Center and offers a live on-phone interview with talk show host Victoria Taft. […]

On Eve Before Tough Election: Jefferson Smith Runs From Questions on His Checkered Past

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Dateline November 5, 2012 – Portland Oregon:  On the evening of a tough election Mayoral Candidate Jefferson Smith refuses to answer questions from the media regarding his checkered past.  We caught up with ” the Jeff” outside Portland City Hall where he was making an appearance for an Occupy event.  Just this past weekend Occupiers […]

Occupier Busted Over Weekend Identified As Homophobic TEA Party Trasher

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BREAKING.  5440FIGHT.COM EXCLUSIVE.  Dateline November 4, 2012.  The Occupier busted over the weekend for assaulting police officers and stealing a police bicycle is the same Occupier who participated in the TEA Party trashing and gay bashing in April 2011.  Johnny Christopher Wells, a known anarchist has been charged with seven counts, including felony robbery and attempted assault […]

Occupy Portland Plans Mass Transit Ads to Rehab Image

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Dateline Sunday October 21, 2012 – Portland Oregon:  Occupy Portland has started an online campaign to raise money to buy ceiling advertising on city busses and “the MAX,”  Portland’s commuter rail system.  The organization announced the new effort on their Facebook Page, with links to the campaign which provides awards for various levels of contribution. Contribution options […]

Occupy Stages Another Violent Protest, Plans Next Assault on Media

Dateline Saturday, October 12, 2012.  Last night Occupy Portland staged a violent protest, destroying personal property and causing havoc in the streets of Southeast Portland.  The group smashed windows in a local drug store and a branch bank office.  A local Citizen Jounalist with the YouTube channel“BareItOrBearIt” was there to capture the aftermath.   The rationale?  Apparently […]

“Occupy Unmasked” Premiers In Portland

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Portland gets its first look at this eye popping documentary which exposes the true origins of the Occupy movement, and provides first hand accounts of the violent events the mainstream media refused to cover. Many of you know me for my YouTube channel Daylightdisinfectant and the videos I have made exposing the Left in Portland.  I began […]

Parasite Day

It’s almost like “shark week” on the Discovery Channel. You cruise happily along for months, and then all of a sudden one day, horror stories hit the news. Just like that; the spigot’s been turned. So it is today, as CDC and others warn: WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Researchers are warning about a dangerous parasite found in dust, as […]

Reynolds School Board Member Joe Teeny Interview, May 22

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JoeTeeny0522 As mentioned in a previous post, Joe Teeny came on the radio to describe the intimidation his family faced from teachers union thugs.   Like this:Like Loading…

Teacher Union Thug Tactics Continue To Tear Apart Community In East Portland

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We’ve all been watching as the teacher contract negotiations have ratcheted up the tension and anxiety in Gresham-Barlow, Parkrose and Reynolds School Districts this spring. Thankfully, despite some unnecessarily belligerent rhetoric from the local chapters of the Oregon Education Association, Parkrose and Gresham-Barlow successfully completed negotiations and signed new contracts. Reynolds School District, on the […]

Occupy Seattle, Mayor, Top Cop Deserve Heat

By now you’ve all seen the videos of the melee that took place in downtown Seattle last week. But how did this all come to pass? I attended the Seattle May Day for one major reason; Mayor Mike McGinn warned of violence, stating that he and the police had advanced intelligence that things could very […]

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