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BRAGGING? Antifa Website Proudly Promotes Violence Against 'Nazi' Trump Supporters...
Want to get involved with the AntiFa movement (see Antifa Protestor Stabs Police Horse with Nail-Studded Flagpole and Antifa Mama’s Boys Fight Wooden Sign… and the Sign Wins), but don't know how? Now there's a website: It's Going Down. Seriously, that's what it's called. But conservatives are the Nazis.
Here are some little pull quotes from the website, you tell me if it's advocating violence or not.
Liberals and much of the Left claim that confrontational tactics hurt us more than they help, from breaking windows to blocking streets. But in reality, each and every time this plays out in our communities, it is simply not the case. In fact, confrontation and disruption, in other words: physically fighting, brings more people in than sign holding or writing letters to the editor ever did. If anything, the wet blanket and attempts to control things by protest managers and liberals kills social movements, not combative actions which can be disruptive and at times violent.
Some boys put pinups on their wall. AntiFa boys put violence against the police on their walls.
Fascism aims at creating an authoritarian State and to do so, it must crush it’s enemies in order to build up its power. If we are to stop them, we’re going to have to shut them down and smash them off the streets, giving them no platform and no quarter.
In other words, the website is a one stop shop for all violent liberal fascists who think they're fighting fascists. The irony runs strong with these mama's boys. Independence, critical thought, and common sense do not. You can't have it all.
Not to sound like a broken record (that's what vinyls were called in the olden days), but replace "AntiFa" with "Tea Party." Then watch NBC News and the New York Times dragging Republicans from their homes and demanding they denounce and take responsibility for a website they didn't create.
We see no such thing here. Does Antifa have the First Amendment right to create a "hateful" website? Yes they do. I'm not advocating for the silencing of this website. I'm not suggesting it should be taken down. I'm merely calling it to your attention. Thanks to the First Amendment, Antifa has shown exactly who they are. So let's learn from it. We already knew Antifa was made up of violent thugs too cowardly to show their faces. They're not interested in battling ideas, or engaging in civil discourse. They want to be violent. They believe violence, not elections or debate, is how change is enacted.
Antifa believes anyone who opposes them are "nazis" who should be exterminated. If only we could reflect their own website back onto them, perhaps they'd learn a little more about projection. They should make pills for this.