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The most effective way to temper the tantrums of Antifa is to protest them at their homes and at the office

#Unmasking Antifa at Home and Office


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The most effective way to drive Antifa activists into headlong panic would be to expose them for who they are in real life. Counter protesters like those brutally attacked in Berkeley, Calif. over the weekend should stop providing themselves as fodder at protests where police continue to Stand-Down.  They should instead search for and find the identities of Antifa leaders and expose them at their homes and work fronts.

Ripping off the masks of Antifa activists will send them on the run

Ripping off the masks of Antifa activists will send them on the run.

Reroute the protest by taking it right to their front doors and hear their ear-piercing screams of outrage.

The mainstream media will not stop cutting the violent Antifa movement a break.

Only those they physically attack can turn back the violent Antifa tide.

Expose them at home so their relatives can see who their real “Mommies”, “Daddies”. “Brothers” and “Sisters” are.  Expose them at work so their colleagues can see who works beside them.

Go to the front doors of the silver pony tails, where their grandchildren can look out the windows to see and hear people outside, shouting “Shame on you, “Mr.”, Mrs. Antifa!

Post pictures showing violent activists as they appear in everyday life on the Internet.  Pose their pictures side-by-side with photographs of masked and black-garbed Antifa activists brutally kicking and beating people who turn out at counter-protests.

Blow their cover by taking away their anonymity

Blow their cover by taking away their anonymity.

Make a successful mission of ‘Unmasking Antifa’!

The media protect the Antifa Movement, the police stand down when they converge on counter protesters, the Barack Obama-led ‘Resistance’ encourage them and George Soros pays them.

Antifa does not deserve the cover of anonymity.

As deranged and hate driven as they are, their numbers will dwindle when family members, neighbours and friends see pictures of them online bullying ordinary citizens—and getting away with it.

No daughter or son wants to be known as the child of a mother or father who can be seen at protests as bullies.

In addition to exposing Antifa activists to the condemnation of their own family and friends, outing Antifa will expose their dirty little secret:  As evidenced by pictures of them when they’re out on the rampage, their membership is made up largely of young, white, males and a smattering of out-of-date hippy leftovers from the 1960s.

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Their alibi that they have to be violent to bring about peace is the biggest crock of all time

There don’t seem to be many African Americans and minorities among them.

Their alibi that they have to be violent to bring about peace is the biggest crock of all time.

Antifa activists are getting more violent with each protest.

Many of those arrested in Berkeley on the weekend identified themselves as part of the Antifa movement.

“Its name derives from “anti-fascist,” and it has come to represent what experts who track these organizations call the “hard left”—an ideology that runs afield of the Democratic Party platform and supports oppressed populations as it protests the amassing of wealth by corporations and elites. (CNN, Aug. 22, 2017)

Make that oppressing the wealth of all but the amassed wealth of their own heroes, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, George Soros, et al.

 

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Antifa activists feign uncontrollable hatred for white nationalists they call “Nazis”.  Yet both come from the same gene pool.

“Antifa activists, who operate without any centralized leadership, told CNN that their goal is peace and inclusivity. They often denounce capitalism and government. (CNN)

“Since Trump entered the world stage, they’ve condemned his push to tighten immigration rules and what some view as his tendency toward racism.

“While Antifa members don’t fit a single category, they say many are millennials and many live on society’s fringes: undocumented immigrants, transgender people, low-wage workers, those who don’t conform to the traditional 9-to-5.

Not all their activists are living on society’s fringes.  Some hold down jobs as teachers, lawyers, reporters among others.

“And their methods are often violent. Antifa leaders admit they’re willing to physically attack anyone who employs violence against them or who condones racism—as long as force is used in the name of eradicating hatred.” (CNN)

Antifa activists feign uncontrollable hatred for white nationalists they call “Nazis”.  Yet both come from the same gene pool.

PICTURES: Meet The Wonderful Antifa Members Arrested In Berkeley

Daily Wire

Row 1 (L-R) Brittany Mooreman, Emily Gillespie, Harlan Paknau. Row 2 (L-R) James Dominic, Joshua Phillips, Kristopher Wyrick, Levi Smith. Row 3 (L-R) Rachael Lea Moore, Sean Hines,
Seth Vasquez, Yesenia Mendez. (Alameda County Sheriff)

The names, ages, and places of residence for the 13 arrestees are as follows. The average age of Berkeley arrestees is 30.

  • Seth Vasquez, 25-year-old male from Berkeley.
  • Mark Misohink, 23-year-old male from Berkeley.
  • James Dominic, 23-year-old male from Oakland.
  • Kristopher Wyrick, 39-year-old male from Alpine.
  • Harlan Pankau, 38-year-old male from Jamul.
  • Levi Smith, 32-year-old male from Sparks, NV.
  • Sean Hines, 20-year-old male from Santa Rosa.
  • Brittany Moorman, 26-year-old female from Oakland.
  • Yesenia Mandez, 22-year-old female (unknown city).
  • Emily Gillespie, 24-year-old female from Berkeley.
  • Sean Dougan, 47-year-old male from Portland, OR.
  • Rachel Moore, 40-year-old female from Oakland.
  • Joshua Phillips, 26-year-old male from Oakland.
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“Anti-fascists and the black bloc tactic originated in Nazi Germany and resurfaced in United Kingdom in the 1980s.” (CNN)

There’s nothing new about the Antifas of the day as many of them go back to the heyday of the ageing hippies who formed the Obama administration’s czars.

They are the same old, same old perpetual agitators who changed peace placards to ‘Save the Environment’ ones in decades past.

Loud large numbers of Antifa activists first appeared in the United States at World Trade Organizations (WTOs) back in 1999 and have been a societal scourge ever since.

They returned as the backbone of the more recent Occupy Wall Street movement, when they pretended to gather for Yoga practice. (CFP, Nov. 17, 2011)

With a membership growing, thanks to Entertainment Industry opportunists trying to boost dying careers, millennials and campus snowflakes, their latest mission is spewing enough hatred among the masses against President Donald Trump to help the Democrats impeach him.

Their modus of operation is smashing windows, setting fires, and keeping people from getting to work by stopping traffic.

Senator Tim Kaine’s son, arrested in Minnesota in March after protesting a pro-Trump rally is a typical Antifa activist.

Dressed in black bloc alongside a group of Antifa supporters, he faces only a “misdemeanor” charge, which is also typical Antifa. 

Antifa members are not exclusive to America.  They have been involved in clashes across the country and the world, including in Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston, Alabama and Nebraska, and at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.

“Anti-racists or anti-fascists are not a new phenomenon,” said Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino. “What I think is new is that they’re more active both in making themselves prominent at violent rallies and also trying to bridge into the disenfranchised peaceful progressive movement.” (CNN)

According to CNN Antifa has been “spurred into action by Trump”.

“There are people who were energized by Bernie (Sanders) that now are anarchists,” said an organizer of the website It’s Going Down, a newsblog for Antifa. “People are freaked out by a Trump regime, freaked out by the far-right. A lot of people saw neo-Nazi symbols. There’s a reason why people are becoming polarized. It’s real-life stuff that’s happening.” (CNN)

It’s not that “people are freaked out by a Trump regime, but that Antifa activists work at freaking them out against Trump.

“In speaking to Antifa leaders across the country, CNN found very few who would take off their masks. Indeed, it took months to track down members willing to share their stories:

“Antifa is impossible to track. It isn’t united through a national organization, and it cloaks itself in anonymity.” (CNN)

As long as that attitude prevails Antifa will continue to spread physical violence at the increasing protests of the day.

The most effective way to temper the tantrums of Antifa is to protest them at their homes and at the office.

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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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