November 4th Antifa Goes to War

by Steve MacDonald

Antifa 1930 and TodayI know, they’ve been pretty violent up to this point, but now they have set a date for the actual revolution. I guess.

ON NOVEMBER 4, 2017:
We will gather in the streets and public squares of cities and towns across this country, at first many thousands declaring that this whole regime is illegitimate and that we will not stop until our single demand is met: This Nightmare Must End: the Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!

Our protest must grow day after day and night after night—thousands becoming hundreds of thousands, and then millions—determined to act to put a stop to the grave danger that the Trump/Pence Regime poses to the world by demanding that this whole regime be removed from power…

The official slogan is NO! No compromise. No working together to find the middle ground. No anything. All because (Democrat Party Talking Point alert!) Mr. Trump’s election is illegitimate.

There’s a load of BS about fascism blah, blah, blah, which never stops being funny coming from people engaged in fascist tactics. So yes, I’m assuming they’ll continue to resort to violence. Why, stop now, right?

So keep your weapons clean and your powder dry. The black-hoodie douchebag militia is preparing to go to ‘war’ against the executive branch, and (presumably) anyone who has not denounced them. Which means this might be a good time to ask a Democrat what they think?

Revolution? Violence? Silence opposing ideas? Party of No. (Democrats in Congress have promised to do everything to block everything until they get their way, so nice timing.)

Are Democrats with the Antifa thugs or against them? And if they are against them, when can we expect a public statement on the record because as you all know, not opposing something openly means you support it?

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  • mer

    Would it be wrong for me to think “Nov 4 we should act like North Korea on them”?

  • Liberal Conservative

    This should be interesting…Looking forward to 11/4. Idiots. I won’t be looking for trouble but if it comes to me, they may regret it.

  • roger

    It’s funny when people like Steve talk about how they have the right to freedom on expression under the constitution and then crap of people when they use that right to express opposing views.

    • Liberal Conservative

      We all have the right to freedom of expression but when someone, such as Antifa, uses that right to express opposing views using violence and mayhem, that’s where I draw the line…firmly.

      • Simon Battle

        In Saul Alinsky’s anti-American primer for the wannabe anarchist, ‘Rules for Radicals’ Alinsky suggested to his fellow anarchists that they follow his ‘Rule’ # 4 … ??

        “Make the enemy live up to their own book of rules”.??

        The Constitution of the United States America is the ‘rules’ that Americans live by. The Democrats are using our very own Constitution, against us. They are deliberately ‘misunderstanding’ and revising the meanings of words in order to change the interpretation of the “rules” set forth in our Constitution. They claim that it is in their First Amendment ‘rights’ to say anything they want, including things harmful to the USA. They are blatantly verbalizing for the overthrow of the USA. They claim that it is their “right” to openly call for the destruction of and the resolving of our Constitutional Republic into the socialist world. They are openly calling for a fundamental transformation of our nation into a non-sovereign socialist part of a world ruled by the UN. We are under attack from an anti-American entity that is using our own Constitution against us.

        • Liberal Conservative

          I couldn’t agree more…

    • Radical Moderate

      This is the second time I have read a post from you like this.
      How is it possible that you are unable to grasp a simple concept. Since “freedom of expression” is not in the Constitution I take it you mean the 1st Amendment.
      “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
      Now tell me you blithering idiot where its says above that Steve has to let you spout your particular brand of BS? This is “Steve’s house”(GraniteGrok to be exact), metaphorically speaking he pays the mortgage, he does the chores and he wakes up early and gets the wood stove going for the rest of us, this is not the public square that you have a RIGHT to be, and he has just as much right to kick you out or refuse to listen to you as if you insulted him in his own living room. You and I are GUESTS here! Do you get it now? Just friggen defend your viewpoint in a logical and civilized manner Dude! Jeeze!
      PS…I apologize Steve, its not my place to jump in, but in my old age I’m starting to have less and less patience with ungrateful “people”.

      • roger

        Wow triggered much? Freedom of Expression is the Legal Term, because the First Amendment doesn’t just cover speech. Got it? Feel free to google it.

        Steve does not have let to let me spout my “garbage”, Steve is free to ban me. This is a private forum, the First Amendment applies only to the “press” printed here, the comments may be moderated however the moderator seems fit.

        However as long as Steve/Skip posts hypocritical garbage and leaves an open forum for me to comment I will take that liberty.

        Note: I don’t resort to name calling, or foul language like you, and I tend to know what I am talking about. The fact that you disagree does not make me wrong or a “blithering idiot”.

        • Radical Moderate

          You talk about the sliver stuck in my eye when you have a log stuck in yours.
          Why do you feel the need to throw those snide remarks at people (like those at GG) that are actually doing something to change things? The crew at GG do this out of their own good will and their own pockets as well.
          Why don’t you start your own blog where I can take my foul language and insults. I bet it wouldn’t be long before you censored my comments or outright banned me.
          How did you feel when I threw those barbs at you?
          My apologies for the remarks, but…….
          did you see what I did there?

    • granitegrok

      As we have seen, Antifa believe that those who vary from their dogma speak hate speech and even go further and call it violence. This self-justifies their use of real violence against those people because FASCISM! even as their tactics of violence to shut down the speech of others is NOT covered under the First Amendment.

      Steve has right under the First Amendment to comment on Antifa and their methodology – just like you do here. Antifa can SAY what they want – they should be stopped, arrested, and go through the judicial system for the violence they commit against others. However, it seems like Roger is approving of them as he believes that Steve is “crapping” on them. No Roger, that is not crapping.

    • allen

      we welcome antifa to voice their views on whatever topic they like. if people actually knew what they stood for, no one would support them.

      the moment they contemplate violence on someone for doing the same, they’re wrong and will be put down. the correct solution to speech you don’t like is more speech. antifa seems to be of the opinion that the solution is a baseball bat. my .45 speaks louder than a baseball bat, but he only speaks when spoken to.

      don’t start nothin’, won’t be nothin’.

  • Ed Naile

    Oh, I thought we had elections…my bad.
    If the progressives can’t stand to have Trump as president I guess they have a right to demand and end to his administration and have them removed from power.
    I mean, this is how it worked when they threw a tantrum at home at mommy and daddy.
    That is what the First Amendment is all about – if you are a liberal.

    • Bryan W

      If their “protest” turns violent, I sure hope the response is swift and overwhelming.

      I am not a Trump supporter, but he is the legitimately elected President of the US. I will stand against those who seek to overthrow him – hopefully only rhetorically.

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