Over 20,000 lives feared lost during bloody AntiFa massacre

A leftist snowflake AntiFa murders a brave patriot.

The civil war begins.  Riots and attacks in over 40 cities across the United States have caused an estimated 30,000 casualties, with a death toll numbering near 20,000 confirmed dead so far.  At first believed to be a hoax, there were very few brave patriots on standby to defend against the onslaught of Soros-sponsored AntiFa rioters.

The war begins.  I call on all citizens of the United States to denounce AntiFa and begin to prepare for all out civil war.

-President Trump

Militant anti-fascism dates back to the 1920s: anti-fascists were involved in battles against Benito Mussolini’s Blackshirts, Nazi Brownshirts, Francisco Franco’s nationalist army, Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists, and American pro-Nazi organizations such as the Friends of New Germany.[15] Although there is no organizational connection, the lineage of Antifa in America can be traced to Weimar Germany,[16] where the first group described as Antifa was Antifaschistische Aktion, formed in 1932 with the involvement of the Communist Party of Germany.[17] Antifaschistische Aktion’s two-flag logo, as well as the three arrow anti-fascist circle used by the Social Democratic led Iron Front (which was formed in 1931 by Social Democrats), is the most commonly used symbol of contemporary US Antifa.[18]

Decades later, in response to the prominence of neo-Nazism after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Antifascist demonstrators began to rise again in Germany.[10] Liberal columnist Peter Beinart writes that “in the late ’80s, left-wing punk fans in the United States began following suit, though they initially called their groups Anti-Racist Action, on the theory that Americans would be more familiar with fighting racism than they would be with fighting fascism.”[10] Anti-Racist Action (ARA), which came from the punk and skinhead scene of the late 1980s,[19][10] is the direct precursor of many contemporary US Antifa groups. Other Antifa groups in the US have other genealogies. In Minneapolis, Minnesota, for example, a group called the Baldies formed in 1987 with the intent to fight neo-Nazi groups directly.[9]


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