Terrorist Group Antifa Take over Portland
The Group Has Been Directing Traffic and Harassing People All Over the City, Mayor Silent, Cops Standing Down
10/10/18, 3:35 pm EDT
By John Corry, photo from Hotair.com
Video is below.
You don’t get to call yourself ‘anti-fascist’ and then go and do things fascists do (like terrorizing a city, harassing senior citizens, or assuming any kind of non-worth to other humans (that last one is the most important one)) without being labeled a terrorist group. That’s morally inconsistent. If you want to fight ‘fascists’, you do it with words, you do it with arguments, because to do it any other way is to bring yourself down to their level, and so become a ‘fascist’ yourself. I know that shit is hard right now, but that is no excuse to bring the world to its knees under the guise of moral righteousness (unless you know everything there is to possible know, you genius you), it is no excuse to ignore your inherent potential for evil, the exact thing you claim these ‘fascists’ fail to do, and which so justifies your leveling of yourselves to barbarism, this hypocrisy being only the first step in the growing tangible comparison of you to obedient little ‘Eichmanns’, that last point damning you to eternal mismanagement for the same exact reasons why we know the Nazi’s deserved damnation.
Such a terrorist group fancies itself justified to categorize humans into ‘worthy’ and ‘not worthy’, and is exactly what the terrorist group ‘Antifa’ (short for ‘anti-fascist’ (which let me assure you, they are not (I will get to this in a moment))) have been privy to doing ever since, as MSNBC has coined it (Trump’s election in 2016), THE IMMEDIATE COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF THE PLANET!!!
Personal thoughts on Trump=Hitler vs. Trump=Jesus aside (it’s a stupid question; presidents shouldn’t have that much power, and if they do, we need to change that– which is a BIG question), the most divisive election since Lincoln-Douglass should have taught us exactly what that election should have taught us then, but didn’t: everyone is part of the same plight, we all want what we think is best. We may disagree over ‘what is best’, or we may, worse and probably more frequently, realize when people are simply wrong in their assertions regarding that question, but to violently attack their views as implicating of a condition inferring their existences as non-human is fascist.
That’s just what a fascist does–
She twists any thought, be it right or wrong, into an excuse to consider a person not a human, and so justify violence against that person, which inevitably leads to totalitarianism (because I’m right and you’re wrong, and you need to be destroyed before you destroy me with your thoughts (which can clearly only be determined by a physical existence *Clearly *Clearly *Clearly)). People may claim this a necessary point of passage for the human condition, but that is to ignore Intellect and so to subconsciously assert that Man is a primitive beast before she is an intellectual one (thoughtful) now, which could only be true if we had no reason to conclude that humans are capable of doing things that primitive beasts cannot (like building rockets, or recording Cardi B, for example (and that was not meant as a burn)).
In other words: Antifa is anti-human (or: anti-love, which I’ll also get to in a moment <3)..
Any group which claims to be ‘anti-fascist’, but which consistently engages in fascist practices is not only hypocritical, but, and this is much more to the point, anti-diversity, anti-love, and indeed anti-human. They may claim to be for equal rights for all, and that they’re fighting for the rights of women and minorities or whatever, but they aren’t: you lose that claim the moment you turn violent, as that’s a reduction to barbarism, and because the concept of ‘rights’ is inherently non-violent, or, looking at it as a concept preceding concepts like ‘reason’ or ‘logic’ or science (the classical definition of rights being that which makes those concepts possibly understood), even anti-violence.
In the videos below you can see the group (dressed always in black, and often with masks on) attacking senior citizens, blocking traffic, and harassing anyone who comes they’re way, so long as they’re white of course. My favorite is the ‘assaulting’ old lady in the wheelchair. The cops have allegedly allowed the group to conduct themselves in this way. The mayor has reportedly been MIA throughout this ordeal, which started over the weekend over a police shooting (again: justified emotion does not equate to justified violence). Throughout the past few years, Antifa has been known to physically attack people attending any kind of conservative event, riot, and disrupt all daily life, all in the name of ‘equality’, ‘diversity’, and a sense of pretentiousness unequaled in modern America. I say this because I find any assertion of a mission statement from a group which regularly employs totalitarian tactics (‘hate speech’, threats of violence, and an inability to separate emotion and reality (reality: equally fact and emotion, as far as human perception understands its base)) claiming diversity and equality to be, at best, subconsciously ignorant, and, at worst, consciously dishonest and hate-fueled (because without active hate, Antifa is just another group of progressives).
There is nothing wrong with change. I agree that the situations surrounding some of the points Antifa attempts to make are warranted and justified. There is nothing wrong with trying to make a positive change in one’s community, but there is something wrong with assuming that someone like Ben Shapiro, for example, is an extremist, or that he in any way advocates for inequality of any kind (because he doesn’t, and very conservatives actually do (keep in mind: I personally tend to lean liberal on most topics)). You may disagree with him on certain specifics and when it comes to his rhetoric (and I certainly do there), but, again: you solve that problem by talking to the dude, not freaking out, banging against locked supreme court doors, and destroying people’s lives who have done nothing wrong, or who are perhaps in need of guidance (should you just kill the seventeen year old who just got arrested for murder? Is it possible for people to change? What could possibly help a person to make such a change? Something liberals claim to be all for?…).
I recently saw a tweet from Rand Paul purporting a fear of his that all of this divisiveness is going to drive up assassination attempts, and as such just violence in general. That may be the fault of the media, or of certain politicians, but groups like Antifa are actively trying to convince people to kill other people, by claiming that there is no other way, or at least that’s how some people are going to hear it. Human nature is such that we don’t know everything, and so to assume pretty much anything when it comes how other people are going to act or react in any particular situation is to ignore exactly that which makes all of us equal: not our races, not our genders, not our political affiliations, musical preferences, or favorite Peter Tosh records–
The fact that we care (the hateful (or the fascists) do care, that care is just misplaced, misunderstood, or misguided).
If you want to change my mind, threatening or attempting to simply hurt me isn’t the way to do it.