New Hampshire Democrats Can’t Denounce Antifa Because They Are Antifa

by Steve MacDonald

Antifa 1930 and TodayAntifa or the “antifaschist” movement is not new. It is old.

The first German movement to call itself Antifaschistische Aktion was proclaimed by the German Communist Party (KPD) in their newspaper Rote Fahne in 1932 and held its first rally in Berlin on 10 July 1932, then capital of the Weimar Republic.[citation needed] Its two-flag logo, designed by Association of Revolutionary Visual Artists members Max Keilson and Max Gebhard, remains a widely symbol of militant anti-fascism.[1]

Democrat Socialists, Bernie Sanders Democrats, the New Left, the Alt-Left, and Antifa are all names for the socialist labor movement (communism) that is so far left that nearly everything is to the “right.”

[They] drew on the slogans and orientation of the pre-war united front strategy, adopting the word “Antifa” from a last-ditch attempt to establish a cross-party alliance between Communist and Social Democratic workers in 1932. The alliance’s iconic logo, devised by Association of Revolutionary Visual Artists members Max Keilson and Max Gebhard, has been since become one of the Left’s most well-known symbols.

To justify their violent cause, the modern Antifa Democrats have labeled everything to their right (and that’s nearly everything) as a tool or advocate for white supremacy; triggering the charged racism that President Obama’s reign embedded like a tick in America’s cultural skin.

The label is misdirection. It is a means of intimidation. A tool intended to stunt, impair, and silence resistance.

There are probably more actual white supremacists in the ranks of Antifa and the Democrat Party than out, not that it matters. Even the most disgusting human beings or behaviors are tolerable to Democrats if you worship their ideological gods.

You can cheat on your spouse, lie, suppress speech, ignore any inconvenient law, rig elections, beat political opponents, even kill without fear of being (seriously) denounced, as long as it advances the Democrat Party Agenda.

Any public expression of disgust is little more than posturing offered from a calculated need to protect advancement of the agenda.

This applies to everything.

The Democrat party, for example, claims empathy for members of victim classes but membership (and any supposed benefits) are restricted not to the labels the left has given but fealty to a single ideology.

Being a woman, or black, or gay, or intersectional, or anything at all only means something if you agree with the Democrat socialists. If you wander off the ideological plantation, you lose your victim-class protections, become the enemy of the Democrat Party, and will be treated accordingly.

This includes being labeled as an enemy (or a white supremacist this week). An object for intimidation and suppression of your political views or opinions, with (perhaps) a side-car of public/media pillorying for treason.

So it should come as no surprise that New Hampshire Democrats won’t denounce Chairman Buckley or why they refuse to condemn Antifa. They are Antifa.

Their silence is support for intimidation and violence to suppress the speech and political goals not those of the Modern Democrat Party.  Their support is silent because to say it out-loud (in all but a few protected liberal ghettoes) would cost them elections and power.

New Hampshire Democrats, as committed advocates of Antifaschistische Aktion, can no more denounce in real terms the violence of Antifa than they can abortion, amnesty, unions, or any centralization of power and money needed to fuel their government-first addictions.

It’s not your property. Those aren’t your children. And “rights” are what they say when they say, when or as soon as they have the power to ensure you can’t say any different.

This is Antifa.

This is the Democrat Party.

This is the New Hampshire Democrat party.

And while they will denounce my claims (with all the suitable censure afforded a non-member of the cult) they can’t contradict the facts that make it all true.

 

Visit JacobinMag.com  for a very full and complete history of communist/socialist Antifa movements

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  • DiverDuck61

    Antifa joins a list of criminal groups that the Democrats use to intimidate people into accepting their policies and supporting their politicians. After the Civil War it was the KKK which was later joined by big city gangs and union mobsters and now Antifa, all developed, supported, and funded by Democrats to support the Democrat party and politicians.

  • Bruce Currie

    Did you stop to wonder 1) how things might have been different had these groups succeeded in preventing, or at least slowing, Hitler’s rise to power? or: 2) how quickly those “socialists” ended up being liquidated in Hitler’s prisons? And yet, it’s an article of faith here and on the right to claim that Hitler was really a “socialist”, so that Fascism = Socialism, and therefore: Socialism = Evil.

    Their principal evidence linking Hitler to Socialism: the fact that the word “Socialist” appears in the name of Hitler’s political party. Never mind that Groksters and others on the right routinely paint the word “Socialist” with such a broad brush that it includes virtually anyone who want to use tax money for anything other than police or the military. Which would include anyone to the left of Atilla the Hun, and so renders the word meaningless. And never mind that the social democracies (small “d”, small “s”) of Europe have, for example, both better healthcare systems AND more social mobility today than the US.

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