Saturday, February 4, 2017

Antifa Anti-facist

Antifa Anti-facist --- ===

Anti-facists are the new facists.

Giulio Meotti: Hypocritical “Antifa” and Islamic supremacists are allied against freedom  By Giulio Meotti - on February 5, 2017 LEFT/ISLAMIC ALLIANCE
One hundred professors who asked to ban a thirty-two-year-old blogger invited by a student association, a thousand protesters who destroyed classrooms and windows, dozens of policemen in riot gear who dispersed the crowd, the university that had to cancel the event. It didn’t happen in Qom, Iran, but in Berkeley, USA.  What “Antifa” did to Milo Yiannopoulos resembles the Islamic witch hunt against dissidents and secular writers

dozens of events featuring both liberal and conservative speakers have been cancelled. The list is on the website of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.

California, one of the most progressive states of America, has seen the highest number of incidents. The current president of UC-Berkeley, Janet Napolitano, was banned at the Hastings College in San Francisco. The Scripps College in California has closed its doors to George Will. Rutgers University, a women’s liberal arts school in Claremont, California, prevented the visits of two former secretaries of state: Condoleezza Rice and Madeleine Albright. Laura Bush had to give up speaking at the University of California, where the former Treasury Secretary, Lawrence Summers (“a misogynist”), also had to skip his conference. The brave venture capitalist Peter Thiel also had trouble at Berkeley. The mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat’s speech at San Francisco State University was crushed by “Antifa” crying “Intifada Intifada.” Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a dissident of Islam and apostate, was not allowed to set foot at Brandeis University. automatic alt text available.


Berkeley Antifa Attacker Unmasked As UC Employee? CNN and ...
Feb 3, 2017 - In a nutshell: A violent Antifa attacker bragged about beating up a .... Today, propagandists on the left attempted to change the narrative over the violent "Antifa" riots, suggesting that Trump supporters were secretly behind the group's spate of violent terrorist acts since the election:

Of course, the ultra-liberal, Armenian Holocaust denyingTalcumX hiring, "better than you" elitists - also known as "The Young Turks," started furiously parroting these Alisnsky tactics to cast doubt on just who keeps co-opting student protests and turning them violent...

 And Thursday night, The Young Turks Ana Kasparian - a horrible human being, introduced the question of just who IS this Antifa?

Don't worry Ana - Twitter user Pave Darker (@PaveDarker) has your back, hack.
In a nutshell: A violent Antifa attacker bragged about beating up a Trump supporter over Twitter. In that user's profile, @PaveDarker found a link to the attackr's Facebook account with his real name [Note: This man is a suspect - name withheld from this post pending official investigation]:

"Antifa" far-left extremists fight neo-Nazis online and in real life | WIRED
Feb 4, 2017 - Screen-Shot-2017-02-03-at-12.37.15-. “I've seen antifascists doxxing, but I've never participated,” says SK. To antifa activists though, doxxing is ...gets met with a reciprocal surge from an equally extreme niche on the far left. Somebody punches the white nationalist Richard Spencer in the face in a video that goes viral. Breitbart provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos tries to give a talk at UC Berkeley. Over 150 protestors break windows and throw fireworks at the police until administrators call off the event. And President Trump tweets about it. The progression isn’t strict call-and-response, to be sure. But it does show that the white nationalist internet has a kind of counterpart. Some of these far-left activists are militant antifascists—“antifa” for short

The Long History of "Nazi Punching" | Mother Jones
... of an age-old conflict. Wes EnzinnaJan. 26, 2017 12:53 PM ... For decades, far-right extremists have faced the militant wrath of "antifas" (short for anti-fascists). The attack on Spencer is part of a perennial conflict that may again be escalating. For decades, far-right extremists have faced the militant wrath of "antifas" (short for anti-fascists). With Trump's campaign having summoned all sorts of white supremacists and other trolls from under their bridges, the old war—which I first got a front-row glimpse into a decade ago—appears ready to re-ignite. This beef goes back to before World War II, when in Europe, a nascent authoritarian movement inspired by Hitler, Mussolini, and Francisco Franco squared off against a popular front coalition of liberals and radicals. At the Battle of Cable Street, in October 1936, Oswald Mosley brought 2,000 members of his British Union of Fascists to march through London's Jewish East End neighborhood and 100,000 anti-fascists showed up to oppose them. In the resulting melee, Jews, Irishmen, Communists, anarchists, and socialists beat Mosley's men with sticks, rocks, and sawed-off chair-legs. Local women dumped their chamber pots out of windows onto the heads of Mosley's men.

Four Arrested at Gavin McInnes Event as Antifa Protesters Become ...
feb 2, 2017 -  after “anti-fascist” protesters started to become violent and throw punches.
Following a fight, which started after protesters started to assault McInnes as he entered the venue and ended in a stolen Make America Great Again hat being set on fire, protesters followed McInnes into the venue and attempted to disrupt his show with chants.  Video of punches being thrown as Gavin enters NYU. Sound of glass breaking.

Anti-fascist activists take on Trump and the far right: 'Resistance is our ... › World › Activism
Feb 2, 2017 - Thursday 2 February 2017 14.45 EST Last modified on Thursday 2 ... The band of about 150 anti-fascist activists – or antifas – quickly and ...

Antifa: An Obituary | The Occidental Observer - White Identity, Interests ...
January 23, 2017 . On the one hand, a substantial element of Antifa activity consists of the peaceful, democratic type. These are the misguided ...If you listened carefully enough to the din of broken glass and shrill Leftist lamentations, you’d have heard another sound this weekend: the death rattle of Antifa. The cheap assault on Richard Spencer, along with the damage wrought in Washington DC, does not mitigate the fact that so-called ‘anti-fascism,’ in all meaningful respects, has been dying since the mid-1990s. What we witnessed in the weekend that has just passed was the desperate actions of a spent force. What occurred was disgraceful, and we should challenge it, but we shouldn’t be unduly disturbed about future prospects. Nor should we exaggerate the threat these people pose, or our response to it. In its death agonies, Antifa has been as noisy as it was in life, and this noise may have caused the less well-informed to conclude that there was vitality yet in this old hag. The perceptive, however, will have noted that this noise only slightly masked the increasing senility of an obsolete movement that has struggled, staggered, and gasped its way to the pyrrhic victory of a cheap-shot and a few burnt trashcans. In this new era, the age of Trump, Brexit, Nationalist murmurings across Europe, and the rise of the Alt-Right, anti-fascism is politically dead.