Democrat Socialists Admit Violence is Intrinsic to their Political Philosophy

by Steve MacDonald

Antifa 1930 and TodayWe’ve always known Democrats are violent by nature and now they are admitting it.

Anti-fascist activists, or “Antifa,” increasingly mobilized in the wake of President Trump’s election, are unapologetic about what they describe as the necessary use of violence to combat authoritarianism.

While both experts on the movement and activists within it emphasize that not everyone who participates in anti-fascist activism engages in violence, they say the use of force is intrinsic to their political philosophy.

Before you go off half-cocked about how not all Democrats are violent, remind me what the not-so-violent factions are doing to curb the excesses of the violent faction?

The answer you’re looking for is “nothing.”

Outside of empty words crafted for political cover, no influential Democrats are doing anything meaningful to stop the violence nor are they directing their party brethren to do anything either because “the use of force is intrinsic to their political philosophy

A philosophy that doesn’t end even if they get what they want.

Their ideology by its nature demands compliance. The mountain of laws, “rights,” and regulations they promise or need to engineer society cannot be maintained without the application of force. Why else arm the bureaucracy; to ensure compliance by threat or use of force.

Diversity is about cultural compliance. Choice means homogeneity.

And they have and will continue to fabricate whatever enemies they can concoct to excuse the use of violence in the pursuit of ideological supremacy.

“I don’t think anyone should think that someone who is intent on politically organizing for the sake of creating a state-sponsored genocide — I don’t think is something that we should protect,” he said.

Nobody is doing this. It is a complete fabrication, fueled by the liberal media, to paint milquetoast political opponents (Republicans) who have stumbled on some recent good fortune (even a stopped clock is right twice a day) on the coat-tails of a President who wants to walk back their lockstep progress toward American Socialism.

It is nothing more than an excuse for Democrats to be themselves either through actual violence or refusing to speak against it. Antifa wasn’t the first and it won’t be the last.

And giving in, granting them the power they crave, will not end their violent and intimidating ways. It will institutionalize them, legalizing them, normalize them.

Choosing to be silenced will not end the violent left, any success will catalyze them.

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  • roger

    I still don’t get how you connect the Anti Fa with Democrats, it’s not like the Dems fund them or even moonlight as them.

    Steve MacDonald I have question. Given your libertarian leanings wouldn’t you support the anti fa? Given the definition of fascism a form of radical
    authoritarian nationalism, characterized by dictatorial power, forcible
    suppression of opposition, and control of industry and commerce”. You are after small Government right?

    • Radical Moderate

      “I still don’t get how you connect the Anti Fa with Democrats, it’s not like the Dems fund them or even moonlight as them.”
      – How do you connect Neo-Nazi’s or White Supremacists with Republicans or our Republican president Donald Trump? It’s not like the Republicans or President Trump funds them or even moonlights as them, but yet its done all the time even by yourself and encouraged by the Democrats and MSM.
      I can’t answer for Steve, but that is the the most obvious answer.

      • roger

        I don’t personally associate them. But answering my question with another question isn’t really answering the question.

    • sb

      Haven’t you picked up on it yet that the leftist groups name themselves precisely the opposite of what they stand for? Everything “Antifa” and the left does fits the description of fascism perfectly. Here are some examples of what the left in general does, per your description (this is by NO means a comprehensive list):

      Authoritarian nationalism: The left demands we all conform to their ideology or we will be made to pay (see the bakeries, florists, Brendan Eich, etc.). They don’t want two party/three party/X party rule. They don’t want states’ rights.

      Dictatorial power: Look how obamacare was passed when Dems were in charge. How about “I have a phone and a pen.” Look how little they try to compromise – NEVER!

      Forcible suppression of opposition: BLM, Antifa, IRS targeting conservative groups, etc. Again, look at the bakers, florists, Brendan). Look at all the attempts to get people fired with smear tactics. Look at all the attempts by “celebrities” and people with a microphone to incite assassination!

      Control of industry and commerce: See obamacare, education, bank regulations, EPA regulations, subsidies such as to Elon Musk and Solyndra and GM…government is poking its nose into everything.

      And now, look at the violence on the streets over the past few years. It sure isn’t any “right wing” groups doing it, regardless of how much the MSM lies about it. Some may choose to defend themselves but they are not starting it.

      • roger

        Again you are not providing evidence that the Dems and the Anti FA are in any way related.

        “Authoritarian nationalism:” The left does not demand you conform to their ideology, the Judiciary strikes down laws that promote discrimination. See Bakers, florists.

        Brandon Eich is entitled to his view, and he dealt with the consequences. People in high profile jobs have First Amendment Rights just like you SB, but we all have to be accountable to what we say.

        “Look how obamacare was passed when Dems were in charge. How about “I
        have a phone and a pen.” Look how little they try to compromise – NEVER!”

        Obama care helped a lot of people not o Bankrupt, how would you suppose we fix the cost of healthcare issue in America, and don’t say “free market” because free market methods don’t really work when your life is on the line.

        “Forcible suppression of opposition: BLM, Antifa, IRS targeting
        conservative groups, etc. Again, look at the bakers, florists,
        Brendan). Look at all the attempts to get people fired with smear
        tactics. Look at all the attempts by “celebrities” and people with a
        microphone to incite assassination!”

        Oh Cry me a river dude, how has your life been affected by any of these groups?

        “Control of industry and commerce: See obamacare, education, bank
        regulations, EPA regulations, subsidies such as to Elon Musk and
        Solyndra and GM…government is poking its nose into everything.

        Free Markets are wonderful, but some regulation is needed to protect those with Unequal Bargaining power. Libertarianis is wonderful in theory, but left to their own devices…as history has taught us Big Business is not good for the Little guy in the long run.

        “nd now, look at the violence on the streets over the past few years. It
        sure isn’t any “right wing” groups doing it, regardless of how much the
        MSM lies about it. Some may choose to defend themselves but they are
        not starting it.”

        Charlottesville Bro…really?

        Again, you are just relating two things in your head that you don’t like, they have zero relation at all.

        • kervick

          That is why we need a DOJ investigation into these groups to discover their networks. The people that fund them are among the same people that fund the Democratic Party.

    • Bryan W

      I don’t know anyone who wants fascism. I know I don’t. So I am “Anti-Fascism.”

      The problem is that the group called “AntiFa” is the opposite of what their name claims they are: they are largely anarchists who want to disrupt the system, and they use violence to silence dissent – two major components of how the NSDAP came to power & ran Germany in the 1930’s. They are the very thing they claim to be against – part of the Big Lie.

    • granitegrok

      I will answer for myself. IF Antifa was only about disagreeing with real fascists and only adhered to the “antidote to bad speech is more speech”, I might (though I have my doubts that these folks are small govt types). However, they label ANYONE that disagrees with them as a fascist so the definition is worthless. Plus, they have made the decision that Physical VIolence is condoned in silencing anyone that is a fascist.

      In their own actions, they are as totalitarian as the people that they are calling totalitiarian fascists; they brook no dissent from their political beliefs.

      In other words, they are projecting with no sense of irony.

      • granitegrok

        Further, they have adopted the mantra (re: Dr Bray on Meet the Press along with many college SJWs) that speech itself is violence – and thus should and can be met with actual violence.

        Frankly, I think many are just out to find a fight and break things but no doubt there are some very true believers in those riots.

        • roger

          Fine but they aren’t Democratics. Steve has been very silent when I’ve asked him for evidence of association. He continues to perpetuate the idea though.

          • sb

            At the very least, Democrats find them very useful and refuse to condemn them. It would be interesting to find out who funds them (just like BLM). Also it would be interesting to see exactly who George Soros (and all organizations he is tied to one way or another) funds.

  • kervick

    Many of the Antifa have been exposed. A lot of them are public school teachers and university professors. They are mainstream Democrats. Democrats are in favor of using violence to achieve political ends, which frequently means disrupting the constitutional rights of other Americans. The DOJ needs to label ANTIFA a terrorist organization, and start making arrests of leaders and funders. At the same time, the DOJ should launch a civil rights probe into the ANTIFA tentacles that can be found in university diversity programs. It is time to follow the money throughout the Democratic Party crime family, thus disrupting the communist subversive activities that live there.

    • Bryan W

      Tucker Carlson had one such Antifa Anarchist on last night. A “professor.” http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/09/15/tucker-carlson-battles-antifa-activist-free-speech-protests-political-violence

      • Radical Moderate

        I just watched it Bryan. I encourage everyone here to watch it. This so called “professor” is outright lying when he stated that White Nationalists want to “eliminate most of the people from this country”. He is obviously unhinged and an admitted Anarchist and has no place in a classroom except as maybe a specimen in a glass jar full of formaldehyde.
        In all my research on these issues I have never come across information that organized White people or “White Nationalists” as the MSM has labeled them, are working toward eliminating anyone from this country. What it does appear is happening is that White Americans are doing the exact same things that Black Americans did in the 1960’s when they frequently protested and rioted to push for civil rights as minorities. Since it has been made repeatedly clear by the MSM that Whites are well on their way to becoming a minority in the US, it appears they are beginning to organize to protect their own interests, which is a logical reaction to the situation.
        I mean, really think about it…what did we expect was going to happen when you have the MSM, Hollywood, colleges, etc all vilifying Whites and then repeatedly gleefully telling them..Just you wait until you’re outnumbered.

        • Bryan W

          If they continue to push violence, it is a matter of time before someone pushes back. The result will be horrible.

  • kervick

    The UEAA, BAMN, ANTIFA are interconnected groups – all part of the socialist revolutionary movement in the United States. They are the activist wing of the Democratic Party. You can find their funders here: http://www.ueaa.net/donate.htm

  • 175jfs

    Easy denounce them publicly. But they won’t, the losing party.

  • kervick

    Contributors to UEAA:

    Kellogg Foundation

    Detroit Federation of Teachers

    The Ford Foundation

    The Impact Fund

    California Federation of Teachers

    Society of American Law Teachers (SALT)

    Southern Poverty Law Center

    Volunteers for Affirmative Action (Flint)

    Michigan Federation of Teachers

    Judge Gregory Mathis

    Inner City Miracle

    Law Students for Affirmative Action

    Center for Constitutional Rights

    Citizens for Affirmative Action’s Preservation

    San Francisco Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO

    AFSCME Local 312 (DOT)

    UAW International

    Michigan AFLCIO

    Judge Greg Mathis

    UAW Local 6000

    Buck Dinner (Fund for Equal Justice)

    International Longshoremen’s Assoc. Local 1414

    Movement For Justice

    SEIU Local 79

    Bowling Green State University (several departments)

    Michigan Education Association

    Committee to Elect Sharon McPhail

    AFSCME Local 207 (Public Workers)

    SEIU Local 790

    Oakland Education Association

    Steelecase Inc.

    Women Law Students Association

    Laborer’s International Union Local: 645

    SEIU Local 535

    Michigan Human Right Campaign

    United Steel Workers of America Local 295

    Steve Conn & Heather Miller

    Dr. Melvin Murphy

    Wilma Chan, California State Assembly Majority Leader

    United Educators of San Francisco (UESF)

    United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW)

    Amalgamated Transit Union Local 192 (AC Transit workers, Oakland, CA)

  • Bryan W

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