AntiFA Thread

budoslavic

Peacock
Gold Member
Almost three years later, let's not forget this tweet by Chris Cuomo for defending Antifa.


Edit. Just realized something in regarding to Trump's tweet. Didn't the Democrats, Socialists & Liberals donate money to Antifa to support their terrorism cause? What would the consequences be for Antifa donors if/when POTUS designate Antifa as a Terrorist Organization?
 
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Almost three years later, let's not forget this tweet by Chris Cuomo for defending Antifa.


Edit. Just realized something in regarding to Trump's tweet. Didn't the Democrats, Socialists & Liberals donate money to Antifa to support their terrorism cause? What would the consequences be for Antifa donors if/when POTUS designate Antifa as a Terrorist Organization?
The men who fought for the Allies partly represent the "power structure" antifa are fighting against. And I wonder what the former would feel of what they fought for.
 

RexImperator

Crow
Gold Member
The men who fought for the Allies partly represent the "power structure" antifa are fighting against. And I wonder what the former would feel of what they fought for.
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Tidbit: The 29th Division patches were a blue and gray yin-yang symbol...the gray representing the Confederacy. The men in that division were from a mixture of former Union and Confederate States (Virginia, etc.) in the mid-Atlantic region.
 

Yatagan

Pelican
Gold Member
Almost three years later, let's not forget this tweet by Chris Cuomo for defending Antifa.


Edit. Just realized something in regarding to Trump's tweet. Didn't the Democrats, Socialists & Liberals donate money to Antifa to support their terrorism cause? What would the consequences be for Antifa donors if/when POTUS designate Antifa as a Terrorist Organization?
Those "anti-fascists" were a segregated military fighting for a country with the 1924 immigration act in full effect and whose members wouldn't be fond of antifa or the multiracial and queer coalition chris is a part of.
 
Tidbit: The 29th Division patches were a blue and gray yin-yang symbol...the gray representing the Confederacy. The men in that division were from a mixture of former Union and Confederate States (Virginia, etc.) in the mid-Atlantic region.
This is interesting. What are you implying?
 
The men who fought for the Allies partly represent the "power structure" antifa are fighting against. And I wonder what the former would feel of what they fought for.
They surveyed the men who fought in WW2 and they were very much against integrating the military.


If I can find the image of the polling results I will add it here.

The Axis powers were the most diverse fighting force in the world at their time. The lie the media puts out that the "Nazi's were white supremacists" must be squashed. The Axis powers consisted of Muslims from eastern Europe, African troops, and a large number of Indians. The best WW2 historians I have heard claim that most the men fighting on the western front on DDay for the Axis were either teenage Europeans or Indians because they sent the most experienced fighters to the Eastern Front.

There were literal members of the KKK storming the beaches of Normandy killing Indians defending Europe from what they perceived as an invasion. To say the US fighting forces would side with Antifa couldn't be further from the truth, but then again, the victors write history.

Here is one of the most beloved figures in India and also a high ranking Nazi. Hitler sided with the Indian cause to free India from Britain rule and they were successful by 1947.

 

Easy_C

Crow
Getting near the leadership is harder than you'd think. The front level goons are useful idiots. The higher ups are very probably professionals and are trained to spot infiltrators.
 

kel

Pelican
The real higher ups are limp-wristed bankers and psych professors, but the day to day leadership operates openly. It's not subtle at all. Sure, getting them to talk and surreptitiously video tape it (I haven't watched the video, so I don't even know how incriminating any of it is) isn't nothing, but I'm telling you, the "influencers" in antifa are not hard to "get to". This chick above could probably be found at any wank ass juice bar in Portland and would talk your fucking ear off for an hour'about what they're planning and where. Even where they get funding, sorta. Different "community groups" and "non-profits" that provide this or that material support. The big joke about all this is how openly it happens, just like the rest of liberal bullshit. "Trans kids", for example. That shit happens right in front of us, we're just not allowed to talk about it, and when we do it's a raycisssss conspiracy theory.
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
Kel's right, there's probably something like 100 hardcore antifas in a small city like Portland, and any soy simp neckbeard that hangs out with them for a few months will get to know them. The hype around this report is exgerated for dramatic effect. Not that it's not a dangerous group, but it's not the Illuminati lodge of Bavaria or some super secret deep state paramilitary organization that makes you kill babies on camera, it's run by a bunch of larpy, evil leftist academics, lawyers and radical NGO types.

As well Veritas is definitely on the right side if this issue, but it's basically an alt-lite zionist outfit, funded by the Koch Bros. and leading zionists. Antifa is a safe target here, and there is no debate about them being an evil entity, but they won't go into other pressing subjects like the nature of the new electronic control grid.
 

kel

Pelican
Just reading this stuff, I think if anything it'll improve their image to a lot of people. What's this supposed to expose, really? Is the goal to get boomers who are still assuming that college campuses are just weird little isolated microcosms of retardation but that it totally doesn't spill out anywhere else that, yes, actually, it does, and in fact controls a pretty much every corporation, bureaucracy, and other institution?
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
It's weird.

"We're revealing that antifa are really mean people who want to hurt us!"

Antifa: Have we not made that abundantly clear? Did you even read our mission statement? Guys, these normies still don't think we're serious. We obviously need to work on our messaging!
 

N°6

Ostrich
Treat antifa as the state asset it is.

Yes the anti-state organisation is sustained by the NGOs that form it.

Watch it get generous treatment from the courts, police and media. Remember how the police at Charlottesville kettled the alt-right into the awaiting antifa ranks.

Two things that make Western states pro-antifa:

1. Fascism was the last political force (along with National Socialism) in history to oppose usury, which is the source of the triumph of the International banks over the civil state, church and labour.

Ezra Pound said:
'Usury is the cancer of the world, which only the surgeon’s knife of fascism can cut out of the life of the nations.'
2. The CIA was worried that conservatives and the labour movement (especially in De Gaulle’s France) were improving relations with the Soviet Union, which had become more nationalist having denounced ‘rootless cosmopolitanism’ (we call cosmopolitanism, liberalism today). The Western powers then recruited the Trotskyites and anarchists who were kicked out of the Soviet Union to form the liberal counterculture. This is why Gloria Steinem went to the Young Communist International to spy for the CIA.

The Western states are now in multiracial empire modes. This means that they have to keep the power dynamics between competing identifiable groups in a state of equilibrium to keep the peace. As Western states naturally originated from white men, it means that white men will be opposed by statecraft in order to redress the balance. This means white men will be sacrificed so that states can claim to be fair. This is why hate laws affect white men disproportionately - they are supposed to.

Treat antifa as a state asset and the police as needing more white arrests and imprisonment to fulfil its quota.

Stay out of the current civil unrest and don’t put your name down for anything.
 

budoslavic

Peacock
Gold Member
(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)

UNIDENTIFIED PROTESTERS: (Chanting) Black lives matter. Black lives matter. Black lives matter.

LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: Demonstrations in front of the White House have attracted a diverse group of protesters over the last eight days - students, health workers, clergy, families. On a curb along 16th Street, there's Lacy MacAuley.

LACY MACAULEY: I am just a Washington, D.C., activist, antifascist - antifa.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: Antifa.

(SOUNDBITE OF MONTAGE)

JILLIAN MELE: Also breaking right now, police warn of an antifa protest today.

ROBERT O'BRIEN: Radical militants that are coming out under cover of night, traveling across state lines.

PETE HEGSETH: And once again, they came to fight, dressed in black, wearing masks and armed with smoke bombs, shields and pepper spray. Take a look.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: That from Fox News. MacAuley, who is white, is wearing a tight black shirt and a face covering, but most people are now because of the pandemic. Hers is a black-and-white paisley bandana.

MACAULEY: There aren't a lot of people who are public who can explain antifa who are kind of in it.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: She's 41 and says she's been an active protester since 2003 and the invasion of Iraq. By 2016, she had focused on Richard Spencer and counter-demonstrated at his deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., in August 2017.

MACAULEY: He's a white nationalist and a eugenicist and everything. And that is what I was doing when some, you know, right-wing people decided to basically find me.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: Most antifa are anonymous. But the group Project Veritas filmed MacAuley in 2017, publicizing her name and contact information. She says she got death threats, that there was a mysterious fire at her home. And so for the past few years, to protect her family, she's not spoken publicly. She says people misunderstand what antifa is.

MACAULEY: Antifascism is more like a set of practices and a philosophy than it is an organization. No, actually, we don't have any kind of, like, big, giant hierarchy. It comes from your heart. It comes from your sense of justice. That's real. That's what's real.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: The Justice Department has a different understanding.

(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)

WILLIAM BARR: We have evidence that antifa and other similar extremist groups, as well as actors of a variety of different political persuasions, have been involved in instigating and participating in the violent activity.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: That's Attorney General William Barr on Thursday, name-checking only antifa. According to the Anti-Defamation League, far-left antifa has its roots in 1960s Europe and the belief, shared by some right-wing thinkers, that if German civilians had been armed and violent in the 1920s and '30s, the Nazis would have never come to power. The ADL says antifa's embrace of violence can be self-defeating but notes that there have been no murders related to antifa in the U.S., and most domestic terrorism in the U.S. is linked to right-wing extremists.

Lacy MacAuley is six months pregnant and has a toddler in a stroller with her. And she supports the use of force.

MACAULEY: In pretty much every, you know, people's uprising, you're going to see, you know, rioting and looting and everyday people destroying the symbols of power.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: I mean, we've seen arrests of people self-describing as antifa, antifascist or other sort of - you know, under the leftist anarchist banner, you know, that have been armed in some places. There have been accusations that they are involved, at least in some sense, in sort of the violence against property. What would you say to that?

MACAULEY: I think that, you know, I'm not very interested in talking about looting or the smashing of windows compared to the actual loss of human life that black people are experiencing every single week, every single day in this country. I think that that's what we need to keep focusing on.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: We've seen over the past few days that the protests have become a lot less violent, with a lot less confrontation. And that seems to be a deliberate tactic that is being developed in some places. Is that something that someone from antifa could embrace?

MACAULEY: Antifascists actually protest quote-unquote "peacefully," like, when it's actually effective to do so. Remember, people of color have been protesting against oppression in this country for decades and centuries. And has anyone listened? Like, I mean, only - you know, people are listening right now. But if that police station had never been burned down, would we be talking about this right now in Washington, D.C.?

GARCIA-NAVARRO: MacAuley says she's decided to speak out now because of the administration's focus on antifa.

MACAULEY: Donald Trump absolutely would love to see all of us in jail. He would love to see all of us political refugees in another country or persecuted into silence. And if you can start with a group like antifa that is actually, like, not very well-organized or anything like that, well, you can label everyone antifa.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: That was Lacy MacAuley, an antifa protester in Washington, D.C. And elsewhere in the program, a new generation of young black activists joining and organizing these demonstrations.
 

Troller

Woodpecker
YOUNG PHARAOH GEORGE FLOYD, RIOTS, & ANNONYMOUS EXPOSED AS DEEP STATE PSYOP FOR NWO

 
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