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Antifa calls Daryl Davis a White Supremacist

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posted on Sep, 11 2019 @ 06:40 AM
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originally posted by: underwerks
My problem is "Anti-Fa" being used to describe the left as a whole by right wingers. Anti-Fa isn't even any type of cohesive group. Or any type of group at all. It's just a label different people who oppose fascism apply to themselves.

So my question is, who were the Anti-Fascists that called him a white supremacist? Were they anarchists? Anarcho-Capitalists? Anarcho- Socialists? Crust punks that want the whole country to burn? Who was it?

Because despite what most people here think, Anti-Fa isn't a group. And the actions of one of these people (whoever they are) sure aren't representative of the entire left.

I'll admit though, they do make for a convenient boogeymen for right wingers without an understanding of what they're looking at. And the use of them as a boogeyman inches people towards accepting the government classifying people as terrorists based upon their beliefs.


Yeah

Fight fascism with fascism

What a pathetic group they are




posted on Sep, 12 2019 @ 06:45 AM
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And all republicans are cast under as "white supremist" "racists" "alt-right" etc etc... stop casting everyone under labels and the misdeeds of the few or you might find your own poor behavior is used against you. What I wonder, is will you see the fault of the democrats in this? Of the leftist media screaming at the "deplorables" of the nation as being morally inferior? Will you see how that's no different that what you're complaining about now?

Well I can actually think of one difference in this situation, no democrats speak against the actions of anti-fa. Plenty of republicans speak against "white supremisist".

But seriously, replace all the "democrats" with "republicans" in your post, and "anti-fa" with "white supremisist" and re-read it. Welcome to the way republicans have felt for the past 12 years.

a reply to: underwerks


edit on 12-9-2019 by Rob808 because: Cheese its



posted on Sep, 13 2019 @ 04:37 AM
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originally posted by: projectvxn
a reply to: Debunkology
I made that distinction. Try reading past whatever outraged you in the first place.


Fair enough, you did make that distinction. But it didn't stop the narrative of left v right.




If this story doesn't tell you how unhinged leftists have become, then I don't know what will.




Hell, screw the story, if you're still somehow oblivious to how unhinged the leftists have become by now, period, then I can only pray for you at this point.




The left is bankrolling these people. You need to inform yourself on these idiots man.


I was not outraged. Why would I be?

I do not have a dog in this fight. I'm not "left" and I'm not "right". Like I say, I do not subsribe to the American political paradigm of right v left.



originally posted by: projectvxn
There's a few just like you around here that believe themselves to be "above it all". We get it. I'm sure there's applause where ever you are for how intense your virtue signal is.

Blinding I tell ya.


I made an observation as a none-American on how I see the trend in American political debate. Those who are "above it all", and "virtue signal" are associated with the "left" in America. I'm not really suprised you went there since that's the clown show narrative.



originally posted by: underwerks
My problem is "Anti-Fa" being used to describe the left as a whole by right wingers. Anti-Fa isn't even any type of cohesive group. Or any type of group at all. It's just a label different people who oppose fascism apply to themselves.

So my question is, who were the Anti-Fascists that called him a white supremacist? Were they anarchists? Anarcho-Capitalists? Anarcho- Socialists? Crust punks that want the whole country to burn? Who was it?

Because despite what most people here think, Anti-Fa isn't a group. And the actions of one of these people (whoever they are) sure aren't representative of the entire left.

I'll admit though, they do make for a convenient boogeymen for right wingers without an understanding of what they're looking at. And the use of them as a boogeyman inches people towards accepting the government classifying people as terrorists based upon their beliefs.



Excellent point, but will no doubt fly over many peoples heads on here.



 
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