A group of determined Democrats had a long, bold and violent plan to terrorize the White House, President Donald J. Trump his supporters, and the surrounding DC area, marketing their plans on Twitter with a brilliant yet diabolical advertising campaign meant to draw thousands of people to their cause claiming that on Sept. 17 they would “lay siege to the White House”, and at the last moment with the eyes of the world upon them, the group folded or made it look like they folded, or got rained out, or just gave up their plans and did not show up when they said they would.

Independent journalists have been watching the group, “adbusters” who published threats against the White House, on social media.

There were many points of data on this story, with participants posting many different reasons for the cancellation. Elijah Schaffer reported that the events were canceled because of rain.

Ford Fischer reported that he found a video where the sponsor of the Seige were still planning on going for a gathering still, but he was unsure what to expect from it.

The Group said the media was after them and about that time they became “non violent”:

Watch this, the video that shifts the violent messaging to a claim of being “non violent”.

Ian Miles Cheong reported that the event was changed to a “Jazz Improv” that would be non-violent, and that reflected the Video Fischer found.


I wrote about the group, adbusters, who wanted to overthrow the White House:

“A foreign organization named Adbusters has circulated threats that they will declare war on the White House, led by an Eastonian/ Canadian named Kalle Lasn, who was also responsible for the Occupy Wallstreet movement, and his new plans include declaring war on the American Election system and on Capitalism by occupying DC for close to two months ahead of the Nov. 3rd Presidential Elections.

The group has offered a tactical briefing saying, “The Occupy anniversary arrives September 17th, 2020. And it may be the perfect day to trigger another global big-bang moment — a massive collective action of the sweetest kind of disobedience.”

We will lay siege to the White House. And we will sustain it for exactly fifty days. This is the #WhiteHouseSiege.

The Adbusters Media Foundation is a Canadian-based not-for-profit, pro-environment organization founded in 1989 by Lasn and Bill Schmalz in Vancouver, British Columbia circulated an advertisement, calling for assistance, on Twitter recently.

Lasn is described by Gurellia Foundation as “Famous for memes like #occupywallstreet and #buynothingday, their culture jams, and the Adbusters magazine, Kalle and his team have been leading a well-designed revolution for more than 25 years to provide an alternative to the corporate-influenced mental environment we all live in. ”

Adbusters is not fond of President Donald J. Trump, as the movement is decidedly anti-Trump.

His new movement is meant to “pull off a radically democratic toneshift in our politics” as he plans to “lay siege” and “Occupy the White House”.

The ad is meant to recruit others to join in the global movement to overthrow the White House and bring about a “Global Spring”.


Some people speculated that the strong defense of law and Order by US Attorney General Bill Barr and President Donald J. Trump, for why the group gave up their violent plans.

One of the participating groups posted that they would continue to be in the area to feed homeless people, even though the even had been canceled.


Adbusters, the lead Community Organizers on the event, also retweeted the story about Bill Barr bring sedition charges, which hints that the group did want to mess with Barr.

That could be why they changed their tune:

Kari Donovan

Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism.

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