Aug 23, 2017
Who is Antifa?
These Left-wing, self-described anarchists are nothing more than radical thugs who employ violence and intimidation to advance their beliefs.
The media insists on calling the rioting Left-wing radicals innocuous terms like “counter-protestors,” but you need to know how that is normalizing and sanitizing what’s going on in many communities across the nation.
Here’s some information about Antifa:
Calling anyone they disagree with “fascists,” they consider themselves “anti-fa scists.” You can pick them out by their black clothing, full-face masks (‘the ‘black bloc’), and violent confrontations using bats, urine-filled balloons, knives, brass knuckles, poles and sticks, bricks and bottles, road flares, and chains. They readily admit they’re willing to physically attack anyone who employs violence against them or who condones racism — as long as force is used in the name of eradicating hatred.
Originating in Nazi Germany, so-called “anti-fascists” and the black bloc tactic regained some prominence in the 1980s in the United Kingdom. The U.S. saw Antifa rising at the 1999 anti-World Trade Organization protests in Seattle and then during Occupy Wall Street in 2011.
Here’s the Antifa flag:
A few more details:
This Antifa flyer is circulating in Michigan NOW, this month:
Just who is Antifa? Do you believe the violent Leftist movement is “real,” or merely a violent tactic the Left is employing to deny your voice and obstruct your vote as well as President Trump’s agenda? Who’s promoting the violence? Who’s paying for it?