posted on Mar, 11 2018 @ 01:12 PM
Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 09ae02 620670
So I guess this little Q post has some folks up in arms. To me it points a finger back to the roots of a movement whose recent tactics in the US are
far from constructive and play to the worst part of our humanity. It has less to do with what the group stands against (there are very few who stand
with Nazi hatred, and almost all stand against), and more to do with the tactics taken in advancing a political ideology.
Here is an excellent article explaining the history of the Anifa movement from its start in Gemany with a bit of contrast to what we see today as its
watered-down-imprt version in the US.
The Lost History of Antifa BY LOREN
From the article, the overreaching reason for the Antifa movement in Germany in the late 1940's was to organize disparate groups who were outside of
the remaining, ensconced reminants of the Nazi party after the fall of Germany as a means of improving working conditions in factories and industry
and to make collective airing of grievences possible during the post war occupation by allied forces. These organized groups were either dissolved or
incorporated throught the mergind of different political parties over time and no longer exist as a cohesive progressive movement, even after a
resurgence in the mid 80s and early 90s.
I'm not wuite sure where ot go with this except to say that the autor of the article states that the Antifa movement in the SU is not the same
movement as was seen in Germany. It's sort of a cheap imitation, but no less radical.
The Antifas in Stuttgart, Braunschweig, and elsewhere faced impossible odds, but still sought to articulate a series of political demands and a
practical organizational vision for the radicalizing workers willing to listen. Antifas refused to capitulate to their seemingly hopeless predicament
and dared to dream big. Facing an even more fragmented and weakened left than in 1945, American antifascists will have to do the same.
I'd be interest to see what others here think of the article, and maybe draw out some parallels between the former group and the current gorup. I
took a look at AM to see if there were any ties back though relationship or political carrer that would tie her to the current crop of Antifa that we
see now either directly or via direct politiacl influence, and I'm coming up short.
So what is Q trying to say here?
I have a bad case of Sunday brain. Return to normal cognative function ETA 16h+