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Far-right smear campaign against Antifa exposed

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posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 09:57 AM
a reply to: Gryphon66

LOL!!! You can't even finish your own ignorant argument. As I mentioned previously my response (which clearly triggered you) was challenging the poster to his/her claim the media has unfairly portrayed ANTIFA in a negative light. But let's move on past that since you will only dig your hole deeper.

Let's divert to your hyperventilation attempt at comparing ANTIFA to conservatives.

Google "ANTIFA Activists" and scroll through the images. Then Google "Conservative Activists" and scroll through the images. Take off safe search as well so you can't make yet another excuse for why ANTIFA is unfairly characterized by the media.

You need to release the butt hurt.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:01 AM

originally posted by: tadaman
a reply to: testingtesting

Thats BS. It has always been BS since before the election and it will be forever after.

If you called me a NAZI apologist in real life I would break your face bones.

Dont go around calling people that unless they actually are.

Have you ever met a real NAZI?
violence over an opinion? You're as bad as Antifa.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:03 AM
a reply to: Gryphon66

Pardon me for saying so, but saying that "there are many sides" to any issue is very odd for someone who likes to make sweeping blanket statements about "the left" and "leftists."
Any statements I have made about left or leftists for that matter were never blanket . It just seems to me the source for stupid mindset we have all come to love to laugh at . Back in the day I rode bikes with other bikers who traveled roads I wouldn't . I hung with criminals but worked full time . I knew when to hold them and when to run . That left slop is very slippery while the right is a mighty high climb .

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:05 AM
a reply to: eNumbra

Except for the instant violence he has a point. Most liberals and leftis have no respect left because they see themselfes justified through their "moral highground" to lable people on what they think they know about them.

If that isn´t extremly rude and asking for trouble, I don´t know what is considered "normal friendly behavior" today. But if you call them out on it, or do the same to them, they explode.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:10 AM
a reply to: verschickter

Ya, guess what, this would have not happened if not for violent riots. Again, your argument defeats itself, like every point you brought up so far.

That's what the MSM wants you to believe. And then there's this...

You're in denial of all the Nanny State escalations but again... not surprise there.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:14 AM
a reply to: PublicOpinion
Since you edited around AFTER I did my answer post, here is the follow up

So they don't pay in case you've paid the extra fees?

If you don´t have vandalism on your plan, they won´t pay. Or they will pay first to help you out but if no one is found responsible you get the bill again. If you pay the extra fees, you are covered of course. But those fees are extremly high.
Can you see your mistake?

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:17 AM
a reply to: PublicOpinion
You are one mislead individuum, I can tell you. Your "logic" just proofs how deep those thoughts manifested in your mind and perfectly fit´s into the mental picture I share about antifa punks.

All of it, how can one be so twisted and dense to justify rioting "because it´s insured anyways" when it´s not solely about the monetary value but in the end is always a cost factor that wouldn´t be there if not for you (as in antifa) asshats.

I don´t think you would appreciate it if I come to you, rip your clothes beat you around and leave you with the mess alone. That´s what you (as in antifa) irresponsible asshats do.
edit on 25-8-2017 by verschickter because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:34 AM
a reply to: PublicOpinion my son is not prone to social engineering. He is homeschooled,we don't have a TV and he is encouraged to think for himself,even if we don't agree with his opinions on any given matter,what is important is that he has his Own opinions.How are PR management d-bags responsible for the words of these women,do they remote control them like the women are appliances?? My son is free to surf the entire net,any and all sites,we discourage porn because he is too young,but no doubt as he becomes a teen he will,like most young men on the planet,delve into that also.He is very very intelligent and mature for his age and a really nice kid,so save the snide remark about him,ok? Not everyone raises their kids the same,ours is given a lot of freedom to explore all info available on the net,and he is smart enough to form his own conclusions.I cannot help it,neither can he,if many of these "feminists" make themselves look retarded.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:36 AM
a reply to: Outlier13

And you can't make an argument that isn't chock-full of typical right-wing buzzwords. Grow up.

You're a hypocrite and you got called on it. Take your absurd little tags somewhere else; you're boring me.
edit on 25-8-2017 by Gryphon66 because: Spelling

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:37 AM
a reply to: the2ofusr1

Yes speaking to "the left" is as absurd as any other generalization.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:37 AM
a reply to: verschickter

Monetary issues? Ask Angela why she thought holding a summit in a big city was a sane move, and if blocking roads for some fcking oligarchs maybe.... just maybe pissed off the residents?

Anyway. I'm the evil asshat and you're living in a perfect world with a somewhat benevolent swine-system. That's funny, let's stick to that narrative for a while. It's entirely new and a mindblowing concept given the site we're on, ya know?

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:40 AM
a reply to: PublicOpinion

Of course Mama Merkel is to blame for it, too. Doesn´t take the guilt away from those actually rioting!

Antifa are asshats I made that clear with (as in antifa). If you align with their ideology, there is a high probability this word fits to you but I think I made it clear with the effort of putting "as in antifa" behind most "you"s.

I thought that would be obvious.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:49 AM
a reply to: Raxoxane

Apologies for the snarky remarks. I was referring to your contribution, not to your son or you personally. I don't know a thing about you and yours, please don't take it personal when I'm trying to poke you with a stick.

How are PR management d-bags responsible for the words of these women,do they remote control them like the women are appliances?

And now we're talking. I'd suggest looking into the work of Edward Bernays, "The Century Of The Self" from Adam Curtis dives more into that issue, if I recall that correctly. That's a pretty good question you've raised and it's worth a few threads on it's own. Sorry for the short reply but I'm kinda in a rush today.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 10:54 AM
a reply to: verschickter

Of course Mama Merkel is to blame for it, too. Doesn´t take the guilt away from those actually rioting!

It doesn't, but it offers perspective and context. In combination with the escalations from Dudde and consorts it's perfectly understandable that we saw what we saw.

We have a long standing tradition of de-escalation tactics during protests of all sorts, but all of that was ignored during the G20. You know that, right? Care to read some pieces from actual police officers in full support of that statement? Google obviously isn't your friend, try something else.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 11:33 AM

originally posted by: Outlier13

originally posted by: [post=22599822]Painterz

THey are interesting people, and not at all what the media paints them as.

The media doesn't paint them in any way. They do a pretty good job of painting the picture of who they are.

They are cowards which is why they cover their faces so they cannot be identified:

They are unhinged psychopaths who advocate the execution of the President of the United States:

They are thieves:

They advocate anarchy and civil unrest. Yet ironically want free health care and school given to them by the very government they don't want to govern them.

They initiate riots and destroy public and private property:

Here we have a 7th year poli-sci student showing what he's learned in art class:

And let's not forget how well versed with history they are as they once again destroy public property:

They are hypocrites advocating free speech while shutting it down:

They have no respect for our police:

And of course they have ZERO RESPECT for the very country that affords them the right to act like snot-nosed, snowflake, sniveling, entitled, whiny a$$holes:

And you think the media is painting them in a negative light?


I don't SEE anything tying those folks to "antifa".

I do see anarchists...who are NOT the same thing.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 12:17 PM

originally posted by: introvert

And, yes, we need anti-fascism at this point in time. The racists, supremacists and fascists have become emboldened under Trump and we need to squash it back down.

The best action is to ignore them since they are just a bunch of clowns that look for attention. The only groups that want anti-fascists groups are the fascists themselves and the media. As I said there is no legitimacy if no one cares, there is no press if there is no action. They are doing what they always do, march and speak, hoping that someone would protest them so they get coverage.

We have what, less than 10,000 idiots running around with their hate speech, but we have 1.5 million gang members running around killing people and a dozen of other violent crimes, but we got to put all our efforts in to squash the Screw them...let them sit in their own crap living crappy lives...I don't care...

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 12:39 PM
a reply to: PublicOpinion

Ok no problem
Will have a look at the link you provided later on the weekend,thanks for it. Gonna be pretty busy next 24 hours myself,goodly weekend to you.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 12:52 PM
a reply to: verschickter

It's never okay for anyone to riot. It's not okay to attack people or assault them. It's not okay to break windows, set buildings or cars on fire, etc.

As I said you seem to be talking about events in Europe. I haven't addressed those.

As far as what happened in Charlottesville VA ... Nazis and White Supremacists came together to declare their "unification." What they really did was invade a small Virginia town. The residents of that town stood up to them, and they had help and support from people calling themselves ANTIFA. A multitude of residents are on the record saying that if these folks in ANTIFA who came prepared to defend themselves and others hadn't been there, that thee would have been a lot more violence against the residents purpetrated by the UTR.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 12:53 PM

originally posted by: Gryphon66

originally posted by: ItsNotIronic
The people of Carlottsville do not do whatever they feel like doing. They also have to follow the law.

The city failed to keep law and order. They are partially responsible for that girl's death.

Right right ... it's everyone's fault except the Nazis and White Supremacists that invaded the town, planning to do violence, including using cars as weapons.

It's every one's fault except the Nazi scumbag that killed a girl with his vehicle and injured several others.

So much for "personal responsibility" eh?

I never said that. The driver will be most responsible, but also the city will be sued, and rightfully so.

Why do you conflate opposition to Antifa with support for whomever they attack?

Let me be clear, the night before with the torches was a perfect time for the police to step in and arrest the whole lot for trespassing and anything else.

We have to enforce the law within the confines of the law.

posted on Aug, 25 2017 @ 12:58 PM
a reply to: ItsNotIronic

I have no issue with opposition to Antifa. Have not said that anywhere at any time. In the specific case of Charlottesville the folks who were presenting as "ANTIFA" helped and protected the residents of the town.. This is on the record testimony.

What I am calling Nazi sympathy are those who bend over backwards to excuse the actions of the UTR Nazis and White Supremacists and those who equate the two groups. Critique "Antifa" all you like .. you'll either be telling the truth or lying ...but don't claim that all the Nazis wanted was a chance to exercise free speech and don't pretend that the folks who stood up to them are just the same.

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