Five myths about antifa

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The Antifa arsonists caught on video with Molotov cocktails (some investigated and arrested) high grade fireworks and incendiary materials while chanting America sucks and burn it down are fake people
I'm surprised you guys haven't blamed them for all of the West Coast fires yet. Or is that going to become Trump's big October surprise?

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By using the same techniques employed by the fascist they pretend to be against.

Christians used religion to justify murdering for centuries, doesn't mean they weren't murders.

Right, they're all pieces of shit. They just don't seem like the group that would be calling for a national police state. They're using violence to promote anarchy.
 

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"they dont exist" is Jerry Nadlers tactic. It didnt work very well. Too many live streaming video of them burning buildings and hitting elderly people over the head.
 

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fas·cism | \ ˈfa-ˌshi-zəm also ˈfa-ˌsi- \
Definition of fascism

1often capitalized : a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition

2: a tendency toward or actual exercise of strong autocratic or dictatorial control early instances of army fascismand brutality— J. W. Aldridge
holy horseshit batman , who does that sound like ? if you say anyone but trump you are an idiot .
 

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You can have people being idiots which they are.

Show me again that Antifa is a real organization. Show me their website along with their leadership.

Thanks.

Oh...you need a leader to exist? So, every time someone says “white supremacists” they’re full of shit. Because hey, there’s group called “white supremacists” and the folks being called that don’t belong to the KKK because they’re not wearing the outfit. No website for “white supremacists”. No leader. So, the Charlottesville piece of shit didn’t really exist nor could he have been a white supremacist because hey, no website.

Glad you settled that for us. Next time someone on here talks about “white supremacists” make sure to set them straight on how wrong they are.
 

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The Mafia never existed either, I guess...can't find their website anyway...
good question , who are the leaders of antifa ? we knew who the leaders were of all of the major anti terroists groups over the years but nothing pops up for antifa , why is that ?
 

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good question , who are the leaders of antifa ? we knew who the leaders were of all of the major anti terroists groups over the years but nothing pops up for antifa , why is that ?
Antifa's very wealthy donors probably dont want to be known. 50 US congressmen recently sent a letter to DOJ asking them to investigate and prosecute their "benefactors" however.

I guess 50 sitting US congressmen are asking for an investigation into something that just 'doesnt exist".

Those meth addicts and homeless people need paychecks to burn and loot you know.
 

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Antifa's very wealthy donors probably dont want to be known. 50 US congressmen recently sent a letter to DOJ asking them to investigate and prosecute their "benefactors" however.

I guess 50 sitting US congressmen are asking for an investigation into something that just 'doesnt exist".

Those meth addicts and homeless people need paychecks to burn and loot you know.
who gives a rats ass if the 50 ask for an investigation . trump asked for investigations into obama , hillary , FISA and only god knows what else and they all came back a big nothing . asking for an investigation means nothing .
 

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Oh...you need a leader to exist? So, every time someone says “white supremacists” they’re full of shit. Because hey, there’s group called “white supremacists” and the folks being called that don’t belong to the KKK because they’re not wearing the outfit. No website for “white supremacists”. No leader. So, the Charlottesville piece of shit didn’t really exist nor could he have been a white supremacist because hey, no website.

Glad you settled that for us. Next time someone on here talks about “white supremacists” make sure to set them straight on how wrong they are.
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White Aryan Nation
There are three main Aryan Nations factions. One was led by Charles John Juba, followed by August Kreis III.[9] In 2012, Kreis stepped down as leader and designated Drew Bostwick as his successor.[22] In 2002, Juba's group was based on a 10-acre (4.0 ha) compound in the rural town of Ulysses in Potter County, north central Pennsylvania; it hosted the 2002 Aryan Nations World Congress.[23] Juba resigned in March 2005, announcing that Kreis was the group's new leader.

Kreis established a new headquarters in Lexington, South Carolina and eventually moved it to near Union City, Tennessee. In 2005, Kreis received media attention by seeking an Aryan Nations–al Qaeda alliance.[24]

In 2005, the Holy Order of the Phineas Priesthood, formerly in association with the faction operated by Kreis, seceded and formed Aryan Nations Revival,[citation needed] based in New York City. The Holy Order was created in opposition to Kreis's acceptance of adherents of Wicca, Islam, and Odinism. It considered such groups to be a deviation from the core Christian Identity belief of Aryan Nations. This Revival rapidly became the largest faction.

Aryan Nations Revival leaders were listed in the Congressional Record as domestic terrorists. The government concluded that the Holy Order of the Brotherhood of the Phinehas Priesthood was the enforcement/terrorist wing of Aryan Nations. Aryan Nations Revival hosted a weekly radio broadcast titled The Aryan Nations Broadcast.[citation needed] Airing from 1979 to 2009, the radio program was authorized by Richard Butler. The program ended when host Hal Turner was arrested for threatening the lives of federal judges in Chicago. While incarcerated, Turner announced, through his attorney, that he was a federal informant, and that Aryan Nations was among those organizations which had been informed upon.

In 2009, Aryan Nations Revival, which was then based in Texas, merged with Pastor Jerald O'Brien's Aryan Nations, which was based in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Both parties were ardent Christian Identity adherents.[8][25][26][27]


WAR
Metzger's first group was known as the White Brotherhood, which he led in the mid-1970s until joining David Duke's Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in 1975. By 1979 he had risen to Grand Dragon of the California realm.



From 1980 to late 1982, Metzger headed the California Knights, and during the same period, he also pursued electoral office. In 1982 he left the Klan to found a new group, the White American Political Association, a group which was dedicated to promoting "prowhite" candidates for public office. After losing the 1982 California Senate Democratic primary, Metzger abandoned the electoral route and renamed WAPA White American Resistance in 1983 and then renamed it White Aryan Resistance, to reflect a more "revolutionary" stance.[3][4]

By the late 1980s, Tom Metzger began broadcasting Race and Reason, a public-access cable television show, airing WAR propaganda and interviewing other neo-Nazis.[5] The show caused much controversy, and its guests included anti-abortion speakers, Holocaust deniers and pro-segregation lawyers.[5] WAR members gained attention through appearances on talk shows throughout the late 1980s.[6][


KKK
New Klan founder William J. Simmons joined 12 different fraternal organizations and recruited for the Klan with his chest covered with fraternal badges, consciously modeling the Klan after fraternal organizations.[121] Klan organizers called "Kleagles" signed up hundreds of new members, who paid initiation fees and received KKK costumes in return. The organizer kept half the money and sent the rest to state or national officials. When the organizer was done with an area, he organized a rally, often with burning crosses, and perhaps presented a Bible to a local Protestant preacher. He left town with the money collected. The local units operated like many fraternal organizations and occasionally brought in speakers.



American Nazi Party (ANP)
he American Nazi Party, now under Koehl's command, was subject to ideological disagreements between members in the 1970s and 1980s. "In 1982, Martin Kerr, a leader at the Franklin Road headquarters, announced that the organization was changing its name to the New Order and moving to the Midwest," effective January 1, 1983.[11] Due to recruitment issues along with financial and legal trouble, Koehl was forced to relocate the group's headquarters from the DC area, eventually finding his way to scattered locations in Wisconsin and Michigan. After Koehl's death in 2014, long-time member and officer of the New Order, Martin Kerr assumed leadership and maintains the New Order website and organization.

A former member of the original American Nazi Party, Rocky Suhayda, founded his own organization using the American Nazi Party name and has been active since at least 2008.[12] Suhayda claims Rockwell as its founder despite no direct legal or financial link between it and Rockwell's legacy organization.[13] T

The WUFENS headquarters was located in a residence on Williamsburg Boulevard in Arlington, but was moved as the ANP headquarters to a house at 928 North Randolph Street (now a hotel and office building site). After Rockwell's murder, the headquarters was moved again to one side of a duplex brick and concrete storefront at 2507 North Franklin
 
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farmandfleet

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who gives a rats ass if the 50 ask for an investigation . trump asked for investigations into obama , hillary , FISA and only god knows what else and they all came back a big nothing . asking for an investigation means nothing .
just say it, youre an anifa supporter.
 

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Anyone who believes Antifa is not a fascist group is a complete idiot, and more likely than not a liberal. They are the dictionary definition of a fascist.
LOL. You are really stupid and obviously unwilling or unable to read the article.
 

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Leaders and link to website?

For christ's sakes, you wingers are stupid. Or maybe Fox doesn't tell you about the members prosecuted over the decades. Do us a favor and don't waste our time with your ignorance. JFC!

And this extends to your theory that antifa(?) is a fascist phenomenon. If it did exist, its premise is "anti" fascism. So, again, winger ignorance prevents even knowledgeable conversation. Like right wing obsession with socialism, communism and fascism, I have responded to posters to ask how these terms apply in definition or application to current conditions. Crickets.

Right wing buzz words. Empty.
 
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