The Lost History Of AntiFa

One group of socialists slagging another group.

Same same.

H/t ZG.

9 responses to “The Lost History Of AntiFa

  1. SemperFi, 0321

    Excellent historical background story.
    As far as I know, none of my family were ever Nazi party members, but the fact that they died defending the Volk of the Third Reich makes me understand why I hate these AntiFa thugs so much. It doesn’t matter if you were serving in the Wehrmacht or a dog soldier in your Indian tribe, it’s about standing up and laying your life down to protect your tribe, your people, your way of life.
    AntiFa is none of that, they stir up shit just for the sake of turmoil. They are evil in and of itself.

  2. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  3. National socialism has far more in common with our Founders values than current America does. It is the antithesis of marxism. This is because the true struggle, in 1776 and 1930s and currently, isn’t Left vs. Right but rather nationalism versus globalism. The traditional Left/Right paradigm is something that can be argued back and forth within a legislature, hopefully each side negating the other so the rest of us can go about our business.

    If marxism/globalism wins, its over.

  4. Northgunner

    Same same, absolutely!

    They’re nothing more than a re-hash of the collectivists and Vogelwanderers that were running amok before.

    The problem with dealing with ‘national socialists’ is that the international socialists and other collectivists WEREN’T dealt with too.
    The deep state here before and after the banker war of WW II imported them and gave them carte blanche in academia, the entertainment/media and other critical areas.

    They’ve been at work to destroy America ever least since 1913 if not earlier.

    Yours in Daily Armed Liberty!
    Northgunner III

  5. “WORK & BREAD!” How lovely–

    MY ASS!

    money quote:
    “…but neglecting to build a plausible vision for a “new Germany” beyond both fascism and Cold War machinations.”

    ain’t it always the case with the Commies? Tear down, destroy, murder, pillage, rape, arson–but no viable better structure except their own tyranny.

    been readin’ me some more Lenin:
    “Nonsense, how can you make a revolution without firing squads?”
    OCT 1917

    • Jimmy the Saint

      “ain’t it always the case with the Commies? Tear down, destroy, murder, pillage, rape, arson–but no viable better structure except their own tyranny.”

      There are two types of communists: those who believe in it (and the promised Glorious Future of Total Equality, Peace, and Prosperity), and those who realize that it is only a tactic for achieving total power.

      The second group is the one to be worried about.

      • Grey Ghost

        As MikeV used to say/write:
        What is the difference between a socialist and a communist?
        “A socialist is a communist who hasn’t found his gun yet.” Or words to that affect. Just as valid in the past and today as when MikeV wrote it.

        Grey Ghost

  6. “The party is all-embracing. It rules our lives in all their breadth and depth. We must therefore develop branches of the party in which the whole of individual life will be reflected. Each activity and each need of the individual will thereby be regulated by the party as the representative of the general good. There will be no license, no free space, in which the individual belongs to himself. This is Socialism – not such trifles as the private possession of the means of production. Of what importance is that if I range men firmly within a discipline they cannot escape? Let them own land or factories as much as they please. The decisive factor is that the State, through the party, is supreme over them, regardless whether they are owners or workers. All that, you see, is unessential. Our Socialism goes far deeper . . .”

    “[T]he people about us are unaware of what is really happening to them. They gaze fascinated at one or two familiar superficialities, such as possessions and income and rank and other outworn conceptions. As long as these are kept intact, they are quite satisfied. But in the meantime they have entered a new relation; a powerful social force has caught them up. They themselves are changed. What are ownership and income to that? Why need we trouble to socialize banks and factories? We socialize human beings.”

    — Adolf Hitler, quoted in Leonard Peikoff, The Ominous Parallels

  7. The Usual Suspect

    There are two sides to that coin !