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Crispus Attucks

So what are these Antifa peeps like?

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Some interesting things are said in here by this lunatic. Between 0:40 and the 1 minute mark. 

 

Beyond that, the vitriol, lack of civility, and constant drumming up of stereotypes that violent communists will always concoct shows us just how far along this whole thing is. Listening too her is like listening to the Incel Alek Minassian.  They both manage to justify hatred and condone reaching their objectives via violence. 

 

 

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Guest 9thLegion

I stopped listening after she said autonomous zone in the rural south. The nats alone would take them out. 

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Antifa was made up to try and bring on the New World Order, that is what I personally believe.

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1 hour ago, Anon Cyb said:

Antifa was made up to try and bring on the New World Order, that is what I personally believe.

Ha!  If these people are what the 'New World Order' (whatever that is) is relying on .... we can relax.

 

Unfotunately, they're not.

 

As for rural 'autonomous zones.. ... when the United States last went through an upheaval, with urban riots and young white radicals rebelling -- during the Vietnam War -- there actually was at least one Southern 'autonomous zone', so to speak, in Tennessee.

 

In those days, although some young radicals 'picked up the gun'  -- or, in the case of the white radicals, the bomb -- others decided to 'drop out'.  So they went to Alaska, and Oregon, and Northern California, and Washington State, and set up 'communes'.  (When I was discharged from the Army at Fort Lewis, I went and stayed on one, called 'Tolstoy Farm', in Washington, for a while. [Not Ghandi's ashram, but this one: https://longreads.com/2018/09/12/a-trip-to-tolstoy-farm/    ... it's still there!!!]). 

 

But the really iconic, serious rural 'autonomous zone' that the hippies of those days founded was near Summertown, Tennessee. (I say 'was', but it's still there.)

 

It was called 'The Farm', and was founded by a charismatic mystic,  Steve Gaskin,  a former Marine! (What's with those Marines, anyway? )  It effectively practiced communism, with all the results you would expect: [  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Farm_(Tennessee)  ]  It made the transition from communism back to capitalism, and has been successful since then.  If your stereotype of 1960s hippies is that they are a precursor of today's AntiFa ... well, think again. At least for the people on  The Farm, who were and are good folks.  Read the Wiki article.

 

So we should advise AntiFa: go to Mom and Dad, hit them up for as much as you can extract from them, pool your money, buy some land somewhere, and do Good Works like The Farm did and does. Learn from their experience, don't try to initiate even voluntary communism, which only works in monastaries and nunneries. [  An acquaintance of mine, Joshua Muravchik,  has written an excellent book on this subject, called Heaven On Earth.  He shows what happens when people try to practice 'voluntary socialism', as on the original Israeli kibbutzim. You can get it here: https://www.amazon.com/Heaven-Earth-Rise-Afterlife-Socialism/dp/1594039631/ ]


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52 minutes ago, Doug1943 said:

So we should advise AntiFa: go to Mom and Dad, hit them up for as much as you can extract from them, pool your money,

 

They get their money from George Soros. The open Society foundation. Their parents are embarrassed to be seen with them.

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Some Soros money has maybe gotten to them, but I do not believe that he directly finances them.

 

However, if you have evidence to the contrary, I would be very glad to have it.

 

We need to build up a factual database on AntiFa -- and on other groups, but let's start with them. 

 

It's very easy to see something that is evil, and to think that anything we say about it, that discredits it, is true -- because it is true, in some higher sense.

 

For example: suppose I told you that the Germans, when they invaded the Soviet Union,  and outran their supply lines, killed Russian children -- after torturing them --  and ate them.

Okay, the Nazis were pure evil, they murdered people -- including children -- by the millions.  But I don't think they actually ate any of them. Nor do I believe they tortured children, even Jewish children.

 

Now I can absolutely see someone making that claim, just because they hated Nazis. But unless it's actually true, and can be shown to be true, it would actually discredit the anti-Nazi

cause, and actually help the current-day Nazis to win people over. They would say, "You see .. they spread these ridiculous lies about us ... and since this one, about us eating children, is

obviously a lie, then so are all the other things they say against us."

 

[As a side point: although the Nazis were and are pure evil,he German Wehrmacht, and the German character, was of a certain type, that did not like disorder. Thus, although they committed terrible crimes [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_crimes_of_the_Wehrmacht   ]  in Poland, Ukraine, the Baltic states, BeloRussia -- they did so in a systematic, orderly, 'lawful' manner. They even court-martialed their own soldiers sometimes when they got out of hand.  (And in occupied France, Hitler -- who was not stupid -- made sure that the Wehrmacht behaved themselves. They took frightful reprisals against the French if one of their own was killed, but they did not allow their soldiers to run riot, looting and raping. Hitler did not want to encourage French resistance, which would have tied down even more of his troops, who were needed on the Eastern front.)

 

So ... let's do a serious investigation of Anti-Fa, including any links to George Soros, or anyone else who might be giving them money. (Except for travelling long distances, they're the kind of

operation  that doesn't need much money.)

 

Anyone who's interested in doing this work -- which at first involves internet searches -- please PM me.

 

We need cold, sober, serious Enemy-Order-of-Battle information on these people, and we can get it.


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20 hours ago, Doug1943 said:

Some Soros money has maybe gotten to them, but I do not believe that he directly finances them.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IovWPu2w44

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=op1yqcIdhbE


Of course there are more to be found. But even if that's not believed, no big deal. F. William Engdahl does a fantastic job of laying out what's going on. 

 

http://williamengdahl.com/englishNEO16Jun2020.php

 

if TLDR, go straight to the section labeled "Follow the Money". There are numerous institutions and individuals giving money. Soros IS on that list. 

 

If any is interested in what their playbook just might be, the initial paragraph explains a great deal. 

 

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Color Revolution is the term used to describe a series of remarkably effective CIA-led regime change operations using techniques developed by the RAND Corporation, “democracy” NGOs and other groups since the 1980’s. They were used in crude form to bring down the Polish communist regime in the late 1980s. From there the techniques were refined and used, along with heavy bribes, to topple the Gorbachev regime in the Soviet Union. For anyone who has studied those models closely, it is clear that the protests against police violence led by amorphous organizations with names like Black Lives Matter or Antifa are more than purely spontaneous moral outrage. Hundreds of thousands of young Americans are being used as a battering ram to not only topple a US President, but in the process, the very structures of the US Constitutional order.
 

 

As a fan of Geopolicy, FW Engdahl is a must. 

 

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42 minutes ago, Crispus Attucks said:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IovWPu2w44

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=op1yqcIdhbE


Of course there are more to be found. But even if that's not believed, no big deal. F. William Engdahl does a fantastic job of laying out what's going on. 

 

http://williamengdahl.com/englishNEO16Jun2020.php

 

if TLDR, go straight to the section labeled "Follow the Money". There are numerous institutions and individuals giving money. Soros IS on that list. 

 

If any is interested in what their playbook just might be, the initial paragraph explains a great deal. 

 

 

As a fan of Geopolicy, FW Engdahl is a must. 

 

Whoa, very good stuff!  (Okay, I've just seen your post and have yet to look at your links in detail.)

 

This is exactly the sort of information we need to accumulate, summarize, get out to the troops.  (Along with some Enemy-Order-of-Battle info, on numbers, tactics, leaders, internal contradictions and tensions, etc.)

 

You need to join our  Intelligence Task Force.  (Well, there isn't a formal one yet. But watch this space.)


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