Antifa is a terrorist group. They are made up of the most radical political extremists in Western society today and to achieve their political goals they promote and use violence.
They exist to intimidate anyone who sufficiently disagrees with them into silence lest they face a mob of armed, black masked thugs.
They exist to intimidate venues and employers of people with whom they disagree into cancelling events and firing people, using threats of violence and property damage.
They exist to force any opinion they personally judge unworthy of being aired out of the public square with baseball bats, knives, pepper spray, boots, fists and Molotov cocktails.
The group has been labelled as terrorists by the U.S state of New Jersey and the U.S Department of Homeland security. Even one of their sympathisers Troy Whitford [a Lecturer in Australian History and Politics at Charles Sturt University] was forced to reluctantly admit that Antifa does indeed fit the definition of a terrorist group.
As XYZ’s David Hiscox reported, the FBI has presented evidence that members of an Antifa group based in California have made contact with members of ISIS and Al Qaeda in an attempt to acquire bomb making materials and expertise. The meeting took place amongst Antifa led protests in Germany where black-masked mobs tried to burn down a significant chunk of the city of Hamburg.
None of this is hyperbole. If it sounds unbelievable that’s probably because many of the people whose job it is to keep you informed are more interested in covering for these criminals than in justice for their victims.
So naturally the University of Melbourne publishing imprint Melbourne University Press is printing a how-to guide for potential recruits to this violent extremist organisation.
What’s more they sound excited about it:
“This is the book on the Antifa movement and Mark Bray is the go-to commentator following the protests and tragic events in Charlottesville..
“…Based on interviews with anti-fascists from around the world, Antifa details the tactics of the movement and the philosophy behind it, offering insight into the growing but little-understood resistance fighting back against fascism in all its guises.”
The author Mark Bray is a proud Anarchist [that most retarded branch of the Socialist family tree] and a university academic [surprise!] who has openly endorsed political violence on American television.
In his book Professor Bray declares that violence against political opponents is a “vital” part of Antifa activity. He also declares that the group should pre-emptively attack people who do nothing more than peacefully disagree with them, stating: “Anti-fascists don’t wait for a fascist threat to become violent before acting to shut it down, physically if necessary.”
If you disagree with them, you’re a fascist, and so they’re allowed to beat you up.
After all, they’re Anti-fascists, so anyone they beat up MUST be a fascist.
Mark Bray has also declared that half the proceeds from the sales of his books would be donated as funds to Antifa groups. Which means that the University of Melbourne, the second oldest university in Australia, ranked 33rd in the world and 1st in the nation is helping to promote the funding of a group that wants to smash in the skulls of people very much like you in the street with metal pipes.
This is a group that is supported by friendly academics like Troy Whitford and ABC tax-suckers like Paul Barry. They get friendly reviews in major Australian newspapers, and are allowed to conduct armed attacks on prominent journalists and peaceful protesters in the street without any arrests or even it seems much of an investigation.
And now it seems they can channel their propaganda and funding through our most prestigious centre of higher education.
Thank God these people are the plucky rebels fighting against the system: Can you imagine if they were the establishment?