Antifa

Sky News Australia

Antifa is the world’s most ‘fascist Orwellian organisation

Antifa assaults woman

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Yah, real funny stuff, especially for sick people with a mental disease.

Yeah so you find it extra funny eh? I mean J6 was a hoot but not one person condemned it here .It’s all political prisoners boo hoo. Ashley Babbit was a sad tale she was looking at chapter 7 had been sold into multi level marketing she needed something to believe in sad she believed in Trump. People who believe in him end up dead disgraced or jail ask any of his lawyers. Jeffrey Weinhaus is a true political prisoner 1000 people asked Govenor Parosns in Missouri to Pardon him he’s so unheard of you can’t find him in any media outlet except citizens journals. Shot four times (twice in the head) and survived by the police for uncovering corruption outside of St Louis Missouri.

According to you it is.

Staff has been PM’d and reports made of all your hateful, baiting, trolling, and disrupting off-topic posts.

I’m sure @Fantasy_Chaser will make the correct decision. I’ve done none of the such. unlike facebook if I’m plain not wanted here. All fantasy chaser would have to do is politely ask me to leave.

Unitedwestand has made it very clear that he is going to troll every post, post off-topic nonsense and stupidity just to cause trouble in every post. That is stalking, trolling, baiting, and off-topic posting:

Hos words:

You’ve made it very clear you will flood the board making any debate impossible.

I tried to debate you earlier, and you refused, and then engaged in name calling. All you tell is lies.

We shall let the paper trail speak for itself

You canceled the debate I would be open for a moderated debate still.
Calling people children isn’t a way to win respect.

Yeah you edit and delete every third post they can still see those.
Look I’m not looking for a war. I will respond when you do, as a matter of counter flooding.

You stared a fact I stated the fact was believed by Batshart Qanoners. I attacked the content not the poster Rule 1

You asked for a personal opinion when I asserted you were lying and that personal opinon was you were lazy and stoking the fire.

That might break rule 1. If, and I by I mean if you are a 400lb troll (which you have never said you were) or a trust fund princesss with nothing better to do that flood the board (which you have never said you were) so how could they be personal attacks if you do not have such traits?

strong text LET ME PUT THIS IS BOLD TYPE. IF ANY MOD WANTS ME TO LEAVE I WILL. IF I REALLY REALLY WANTED TO AVOID A BAN I WOULD VPN AND EMAIL GENERATORS EXIST. THIRDLY I AM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO WANTS TO HAVE A SINCERE DEBATE WITHOUT A FLOOD. MODERATERS HAVE PREVIOUSLY BANNED YOU.

You cancelled the debate when you began hurling insults.

My God, you stoop to any lie and sink into the lowest gutter don’t you.

I told you that you are deserving of Life, Liberty and Dignity something you can not say about me.

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Somebody recently mentioned the terrorists Antifa

Here are two great videos, one from a former member, and another informative video:

There is an argumentative method called Gish Gallop. When it is employed, I tend to ignore it.

My argument is and shall remain this: Antifa is a lie. It is a boogeyman that right wingers use to further their agenda. They can’t name anyone with regards to antifa. Let’s look: the prominent political leaders who mention antifa are Donald Trump, Paul Gosar, Matt Gaetz, Josh Hawley, Marjorie Greene and of course Lauren Boerbert. And yet none of these people who I can name have the ability to name a single person from antifa. Or a person convicted of a crime whilst being antifa. Or a single antifa member.

Boogeymen. Antifa is boogeymen. There are no names. There are no real people involved. I could throw a brick into a window and be accused of antifa. That’s a fact. You could throw a brick into a window and be accused of being antifa. That’s why it is so effective to right wing sheeple.

Antifa has no people. It doesn’t exist. But if you want someone to blame - Emmanuel Goldstein.is right there.

Folks, this is very . . . amazing? Is that the right word for it?

This photo and headline is from a free leftwing Berkeley publication:

Antifa: What is behind the masks in Berkeley?

Antifascist organizers have had a visible, and sometimes violent, presence at many rallies in Berkeley this year, inspiring ire and some accolades.

ME: The article is full of nonsense, slanted to forgive these terrorists, but at the very least their existence and their violence is acknowledged by the liberal publication.

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Dear @Fantasy_Chaser , can this be an exception to the rule about calling people liars?

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Participants in Worcester Antifa march appear in court.
By: Telegram & Gazette - The Worcester Telegram & Gazette

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Congressional Research Service
Antifa—Background
“Antifa” Gains Prominence in the Public Realm
https://crsreports.congress.gov/product/pdf/IF/IF10839/2

The U.S. antifa movement appears to be decentralized, consisting of independent, radical, like-minded groups and individuals. Its tenets can dovetail with the principles of anarchism, socialism, and communism. Adherents do not necessarily just hold these opinions, however. Among many other things, they may also support environmentalism, the rights of indigenous populations, and gay rights. Antifa activism traces its U.S. roots back to antiracists who mobilized in the 1980s. Some of these antiracists were willing to break the law when opposing the activities of people like racist skinheads, members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), and neo-Nazis.

For at least two reasons, contemporary U.S. antifa adherents likely don’t share a list of enemies. First, the movement lacks a unifying organizational structure or detailed ideology that might shape such a list. Local groups do not have to listen to each other’s pronouncements and might aim their animus at specific enemies. Second, “fascism” is notoriously difficult to define. Thus, particular antifa groups may oppose different things based on how they identify who or what is fascist…

…When it has occurred, interpersonal violence during demonstrations has ranged from street fights involving groups to “Nazi-punching,” which, as the term suggests, involves an individual assaulting a perceived enemy. A September 2017 incident in the Seattle, WA, area reportedly began with people using antifa-linked social media accounts to post photographs of a man sporting a swastika armband around town. Someone presumably following the social media posts caught up to him and knocked him out with a blow to the head. According to police, the victim refused medical treatment and declined to report the crime. Antifa followers have also caused property damage at protests. When they harm property or brawl with opponents, antifa members tend to rationalize such crimes either as defensive reactions to the aggressions of their foes or as part of their own need to defend society from fascism. In some instances, antifa followers show up at protests prepared for physical skirmishes, carrying weapons as well as gear such as shields and helmets

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Several reasons we don’t have many names.

  1. In Democrat cities, when they commit a crime they probably won’t be arrested.

  2. The MSM avoids publicity of Antifa criminals.

  3. Any of them shot and killed while engaged in criminality are portrayed as “protestors”.

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@Unitedwestand, so ANTFa is “a lie.” I guess people in Germany in the 1930s thought the SS was a lie when they were beating up people who disagreed with them. It takes more than a lie to beat up reporters and set fire to buildings.

Your argument is a very old line of bull that the Democrats used during the 2020 summer riots. It didn’t work than, and it doesn’t work now.

The ironic thing about ANTFa is that they claim to be anti-fascist when that is exactly what they are.

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Democrats run most of the cities, right? So it should be easy for you to give me an example.

Shown where, shown how? Every media outlet in the world, even New Zealand, have journalists in America. And you honestly believe they are all in on the same con? That’s moronic.

Such as?

And that’s my point. You lot are so easy to point out anyone as antifa. And when asked for proof, you get offended. Good luck with that attitude.

You are the one with the attitude, and you are the one spreading outright lies.

AGAIN:

This photo and headline is from a free leftwing Berkeley publication:

Antifa: What is behind the masks in Berkeley?

Antifascist organizers have had a visible, and sometimes violent, presence at many rallies in Berkeley this year, inspiring ire and some accolades.

ME: The article is full of nonsense, slanted to forgive these terrorists, but at the very least their existence and their violence is acknowledged by the liberal publication.

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Dear @Fantasy_Chaser , can this be an exception to the rule about calling people liars?

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Participants in Worcester Antifa march appear in court.
By: Telegram & Gazette - The Worcester Telegram & Gazette

,

Congressional Research Service
Antifa—Background
“Antifa” Gains Prominence in the Public Realm
https://crsreports.congress.gov/product/pdf/IF/IF10839/2

The U.S. antifa movement appears to be decentralized, consisting of independent, radical, like-minded groups and individuals. Its tenets can dovetail with the principles of anarchism, socialism, and communism. Adherents do not necessarily just hold these opinions, however. Among many other things, they may also support environmentalism, the rights of indigenous populations, and gay rights. Antifa activism traces its U.S. roots back to antiracists who mobilized in the 1980s. Some of these antiracists were willing to break the law when opposing the activities of people like racist skinheads, members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), and neo-Nazis.

For at least two reasons, contemporary U.S. antifa adherents likely don’t share a list of enemies. First, the movement lacks a unifying organizational structure or detailed ideology that might shape such a list. Local groups do not have to listen to each other’s pronouncements and might aim their animus at specific enemies. Second, “fascism” is notoriously difficult to define. Thus, particular antifa groups may oppose different things based on how they identify who or what is fascist…

…When it has occurred, interpersonal violence during demonstrations has ranged from street fights involving groups to “Nazi-punching,” which, as the term suggests, involves an individual assaulting a perceived enemy. A September 2017 incident in the Seattle, WA, area reportedly began with people using antifa-linked social media accounts to post photographs of a man sporting a swastika armband around town. Someone presumably following the social media posts caught up to him and knocked him out with a blow to the head. According to police, the victim refused medical treatment and declined to report the crime. Antifa followers have also caused property damage at protests. When they harm property or brawl with opponents, antifa members tend to rationalize such crimes either as defensive reactions to the aggressions of their foes or as part of their own need to defend society from fascism. In some instances, antifa followers show up at protests prepared for physical skirmishes, carrying weapons as well as gear such as shields and helmets

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We have a politicized DOJ that does not want to expose and prosecute Antifa terrorists.
They are not disorganized idealistic protestors. All the DOJ would have to do to expose them is:

FOLLOW THE MONEY.

They show up en masse in the currently targeted city equipped with expensive para-military gas masks, body armor etc., have pallets of bricks delivered to the target sites, not to mention food, clothing and shelter. Do they have jobs? Indepently wealthy? Cashing in their 401ks? They are externally funded and directed.

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I’ll bet if you dig far enough, you will find George Sorros money helping to fund Antifa.

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