Saturday, July 25, 2020

"Naked Athena" vs. Portland troops (video)

Sun, 7/21/20; Ananda (Dharma Buddhist Meditation), Jen, Ashley Wells (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
Nude demonstrator ‘Naked Athena’ flashes Portland cops, who shoot pepper balls at her
That one is gay, so maybe direct your flashing at the ones with rifles in their hands.
Yoohoo! Hi, stormtroopers!
A very peaceful demonstrator in Portland put on a stark display in front of violent cops and paramilitary federal forces as she sat naked with her legs apart on Friday night.

In a video posted on Twitter, the naked demonstrator was seen walking along the sidewalk before laying down on the road, kicking up her feet, and doing multiple yoga and ballet poses.

The Truth scares criminal cops.
The woman remains unidentified; however, she has been dubbed "Naked Athena" on social media.

She sat between the officers and other demonstrators and protesters wearing nothing but a face mask and a beanie cap.

According to The Oregonian/Oregon Live, officers fired pepper balls at her feet.

Demonstrations and protests have been happening nearly every night in Portland since police murdered George Floyd on May 25th, 2020.

Violence is legal, but nudity is a crime?
On Saturday night, protesters [and/or police agent provocateurs] broke into a building, set it alight, and lit dumpster fires.

Police called the gathering a "riot" and used this claim as a pretext to deploy less-lethal tear gas projectiles to violently clear the downtown area.

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler has slammed the violent police state federal response and growing presence in the city, claiming they were not invited and have done more harm than good.

Who do women think they are being naked?
There are "dozens if not hundreds of [unidentifiable] federal troops descending upon our city, and what they're doing is they are sharply escalating the situation," Wheeler said.

"Their presence here is actually leading to more violence and more vandalism," he told CNN's Jake Tapper on State of the Union. More

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