This video may look like two guys just kidding around, but let me tell you, they may be playing up the details but I've had this conversation before and I know full well they truly feel this way. In the words of the guy with the helmet "God Bless I.E.D.s" It was all I could do the keep from getting arrested.
These videos are from the I-5, exit 119 overpass in Dupont Washington, an entrance to Fort Lewis Army Base. The anti-war groups called a "Day of Action" to correspond to the expiration of another deadline we gave to Iran. more photos here
In 1970 the group issued a "Declaration of a State of
War" against the United States government, under the name "Weather
Underground Organization" (WUO), and members adopted fake identities and pursued violent covert activities. They carried out a domestic terror campaign in the United States, consisting of bombings, jailbreaks, and riots. Their attacks were
mostly bombings of government buildings between 1969 and 1975, including the
United States Capitol (two bombs on March 1, 1970), The Pentagon (May 19, 1972), and the Harry S Truman Building housing the United States Department of State (on January 29, 1975), along with several banks, police department headquarters and precincts, state and federal courthouses, and state prison administrative offices. They were also notable for the Greenwich Village townhouse explosion that claimed the lives of three of their own members in 1970. The Weathermen largely disintegrated shortly after the U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam in 1973 and the conquest of South Vietnam by the communist North in 1975, which saw the general decline of the New Left. Members of the group participated in the Brinks robbery of 1981, in which two police officers and a security guard were killed.