We see the headlines all over the news about the “Alt-Right,” but few show the more violent “Alt-Left” that has destroyed property and attacked police.
Let’s be very clear, both sides are not in favor of a Free United States.
In this article, we will expose the Antifa group first since few, if any, seem willing to investigate their background or why they act like they do. I also have to bring back another article I wrotewhich seems to connect this group with the ideology of our former President, Barack Hussein Obama. That article seems to show where Antifa may have come from.
Yes, Obama had set up what is now going on in Charlottesville, and everywhere they remove monuments that, in all cases, were not bothering anyone until the “Alt-Left” found out the Russian story was going to fail.
But it does not end there. These groups, from both sides, are out to destroy our nation. Antifa is based upon a Communist theory and, in most cases, based upon a pure Nazi attitude. How can we make this statement? Let me show you.
First, from Discover The Networks:
In each of the aforementioned demonstrations and riots, the major perpetrators of violence were members of a movement calling itself “Antifa” – a shortened form of the term “Antifacist.” According to organizers from the “anti-fascist research and news” website of a New York-based Antifa chapter: “Antifa combines radical left-wing and anarchist politics, revulsion at racists, sexists, homophobes, anti-Semites, and Islamophobes, with the international anti-fascist culture of taking the streets and physically confronting the brownshirts of white supremacy, whoever they may be.”
At its heart, the Antifa movement is in fact a communist phenomenon whose adherents – consisting predominantly of upper-middle-class white males – believe that conservatives, particularly those who supported Donald Trump in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, are the moral equivalent of Nazis and are therefore not entitled to the free-speech protections guaranteed by the First Amendment. Moreover, as the New York Antifa group indicated, the movement has a strong element of anarchism as well; thus its members are commonly seen waving the red and black flag of anarcho-communism.