Instead of fighting fascism, Antifa is actually spreading it, using "social justice" as a rhetorical cover to usher in a system of communist despotism, first through violent anarchy, then with total revolution.
Despite what the mainstream media and leftist politicians would have us all believe, fascism isn't a problem on the "right." Unless you count Antifa, there's really no significant "Nazi" presence anywhere in the United States today, nor is "white supremacy" even a real thing.
All of these buzzwords and ideas represent nothing more than divisive propaganda that Antifa terrorists, ironically enough, are using in typical fascist fashion to impose their tyrannical agenda on the American populace.
It's the same thing that happened in Nazi Germany under Adolph Hitler, of course, which makes Antifa the quintessential fascists in today's America, and the real threat to Americans' freedom and liberty.
History shows that "anti-fascists" had a dominant presence in Germany prior to World War II, maintaining their world headquarters in Berlin from 1926 to 1933. Known as Antifaschistische Akton, or Antifa, this group was directly affiliated with the Communist Party of Germany that existed from 1932 to 1933.
After the war, the legacy of this historical organization persisted, morphing into a variety of other Antifa movements that all use the same concepts and even aesthetics of the original Antifaschistische Akton, including symbols like the hammer and sickle.
Through each of its many iterations, Antifa has always been about the same thing: implementing a global communist system using fascist tactics, once again proving that Antifa always has been, and continues to be, the true fascist scourge on our planet.
"Antifa was and is primarily a global Communist movement using fascist tactics," writes Ray DiLorenzo for Canada Free Press.
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If you take some time to look up what the word fascism actually means in the dictionary, you will quickly see that Antifa represents a perfect embodiment of it.
"Fascism is a set of political beliefs that includes strong control of society and the economy by the state, and the halting of any resistance," explains DiLorenzo.
"In a fascist nation, private enterprise would continue, but all private commercial endeavors would be heavily controlled by the state. Examples would be Nazi Germany and Mussolini's Italy."
It's important to keep this in mind in light of Antifa's admitted goal of creating a communist society, in which all means of production are owned and controlled entirely by the state. And fascism in action is how Antifa is aiming to make this happen.
While Hitler himself actually expelled Antifa and other communist groups from Germany in the early 1930s, history shows that he adopted his own fascist tactics to bring about his own version of a totalitarian state.
In other words, fascism is more of a tactic than it is a belief system, as it can be used as a weapon by anyone to try to advance an agenda. And in the case of both the Nazis and Antifa, these two groups adopted fascism as the means to their own respective ends.
"Fascism and Communism are not opposite ends of the spectrum, rather, they are first cousins on the left," reveals DiLorenzo about an important truth of which many Americans are unaware.
"Both are secular socialist with power being absolute with no opposition tolerated, especially from God. No natural rights, only that which they choose to dispense."
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