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Peaceful people being harassed   Social issues

Started 30/6/20 by Sand_Grain; 16493 views.

From: CaroWee


If I haven't seen this, I wouldn't have believed it!

Eric (lokisgodi)

From: Eric (lokisgodi)


Where did you get the idiotic idea that Antifa are Anarchists?

The ENTIRE basis of Anarchy is that it opposes the idea of using force or coercion against others by a government. Anarchists believe that all decisions need to be made by consensus.

Antifa is all about using intimidation to ram their beliefs down the throats of others. They are not Anarchists. They are Marxists. This is dictatorship of (by) the proletariat.  Also known as intimidation.


From: B0BBI3


Sand-Grain had a French education, in French anything corrupt becomes Anarchism, it's in the French slang vocabulary...

I've even seen a French fashion designer screaming "ANARCHISME, anarchisme, araque!!! (bullying)" and so on because the outfit looked awful and disastrous!


Synonyme de anarchisme. État de trouble, de désordre dû à l'absence d'autorité politique, à la carence des lois. État de confusion générale

  • Edited 10 July 2020 14:07  by  B0BBI3

From: B0BBI3


Eric (lokisgodi) said:

Antifa is all about using intimidation to ram their beliefs down the throats of others. They are not Anarchists. They are Marxists. This is dictatorship of (by) the proletariat. Also known as intimidation.



From: B0BBI3


Everyone sat very calmly with wide open eyes... and maybe thought - next time - we might better eat home!

I would! laughing

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Samurai (BushMesh)

From: Samurai (BushMesh)


Antifa and anarchists have hijacked Floyd protests but left won't admit it

Antifa, By All Means Necessary, and other militant or Anarchist groups have disrupted universities across the country, including my own, for years.

They have found many political and academic allies. Dartmouth Professor Mark Bray wrote a book on antifa, defining the movement as committed to the silencing of opponents and the rejection of classic concepts of free speech.

The movement has since found open or passive acceptance with many on the academic left. In fairness, however, many Democratic politicians have denounced past violent attacks.

By Jonathan Turley, opinion contributor

— 06/02/20 08:00 AM EDT

Samurai (BushMesh)

From: Samurai (BushMesh)


Pyotr Alexeyevich Kropotkin was a Russian activist, writer, revolutionary, scientist, economist, sociologist, historian, essayist, researcher, political scientist, biologist, geographer and philosopher who advocated anarcho-communism.

Anarchism vs Marxism: A False Dichotomy?

1 Mar 2020 Zoomer Nation


Eric (lokisgodi)

From: Eric (lokisgodi)


The Hill is a liberal neo-Marxist source.  Which has a vested interest in mis-characterising the actual beliefs of Anarchism and Anarchists. Because Anarchism is a rival political movement in competition with Marxism.


From: TAB00GA


GonghisKhan said:

confused I'm glad that the people sitting at the restaurant sat calmly without reacting, if anyone did these hooligans would have trashed the place and most likely caused a lot of damages!


I don't think anyone cares if it is one or the other. The thing is, both groups are out to destroy our nation. These young people have been coddled most of their lives and have no idea what the United States stands for and how we got to where we are today. We should bring back the draft and make every person, male and female, between 17 and 22 serve at least two years in the army with no exceptions for college or whatever and no peace core. Maybe then they will understand what it is to be an American.