The far left and far right wrap around and meet at the point of Anonymous. Watch our documentary “Anonymous: Satan’s Anarchy (DOCUMENTARY)” for more information.
Occupy Wall Street has been promoting anarchy, while at the same time “exposing usury of the banks”.
The liberal democrats and the liberal conservatives are one in the same.
The Holy Bible tells us that we should be content with what we have and to obey the government authorities ordained by the Lord. Not incite violence or enticing our neighbor to anger.
Proverbs 18:2 – For the transgression (or sins/wickedness) of a land (nation) many are the princes thereof (larger government/police force): but by a man of understanding and knowledge the state thereof shall be prolonged.
Liberal Arizona State University Teams Up with ANTIFA To Destroy Arizona
An Arizona Antifa chapter burned a poster Sunday that honored a cop killed by an illegal alien.
Antifascist Action Phoenix claimed to remove “hundreds” of posters at Arizona State University depicting individuals killed by illegal aliens. The group burned at least one of the posters featuring Brandon Mendoza, a Mesa police officer killed by an illegal alien driving the wrong way down a road, according to AZCentral.
“We successfully removed hundreds of racist posters and symbols and then had a nice barbecue,” said Antifascist Action Phoenix on Facebook, remarking that it had removed pictures of individuals “who had been killed by someone ‘illegal.’ No person is illegal and cherry picking 3 cases out of millions to boost your racist agenda is bullshit, we expected more.”
— AntifascistActionPhx (@AFAPHX) March 12, 2018
“They changed their hoods from white hoods to black hoods!” yelled one of the individuals associated with Unite America First, comparing Antifa to the Ku Klux Klan.
“If you’re here illegally, you can go back with your family. You don’t have to be split up,” said one of the patriot group’s organizers. He then addressed the parents of Americans slain by illegal aliens, saying “the only place they can visit their children anymore is at the graveside.”
“Why do we hear about illegal alien dreams, but we don’t hear about [the victims’] dreams?” he asked.
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Arizona Antifa Burns Poster Honoring Cop Killed By Illegal Alien
Arizona Police Worried, Protests Turning Violent
Before this summer, Phoenix’s antifascist movement existed primarily in the far-left corners of social media and the rowdier pockets of civil-rights protests.
Its adherents — mostly young, mostly masked and often carrying bats — seemed to appear at any politically charged demonstration, but often drawing little notice.
It is a disjointed collective of far-left-leaning activists who see themselves as the line of defense against neo-Nazis, white supremacists and the so-called alt right.
Where antifa veers from its counterparts is in tactics. While other left-wing groups court media attention, antifa operates behind pseudonyms and masks. They believe violence is justified by harassment or hate speech. And perhaps most importantly, they believe activism is most effective outside the parameters of government.
Phoenix police have warned against them.
“What happens, unfortunately, is as these people disperse, they don’t leave the area,” Phoenix Police Sgt. Jonathan Howard told reporters recently as he showed footage of the event. “They actually intermingle and they conceal themselves within the crowd.”
Groups such as Black Lives Matter are willing to talk with officers and compromise, Howard said. BLM organizers, for example, will work with police officials to plan an acceptable march route.
“With antifa, they don’t have any true organization that can help us establish some ground rules … ‘here’s what your rights are, here’s what we’re going to agree on, here are the things we’ll work with you on, here are some lines,’ ” Howard said. “They won’t work with us to come and find some common ground.”
“They’re significant enough that we need to be aware of them,” Howard said, adding that its adherents’ entire goal is “disruption.”
“I don’t know if it’s the tension in the overall, nationwide atmosphere, but they seem to be more disruptive than they have been in the past,”
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‘Antifa’ movement in Phoenix: What it is, and why officials fear it