Antifa Fears Exposure Above All Else

Antifa Fears Exposure Above All Else

Antifa Fears Exposure Above All Else

May Day seems to always bring out the excuse for marching and destruction in the cities that allow it. For a day that is supposedly about “workers’ rights,” Antifa sure seems to love the idea of destroying what people have worked for.

Just don’t film them while doing it. You see, they talk big when they are wearing their black clothes and hide behind masks and umbrellas, but the last thing they actually want is exposure. Expose them to sunlight, and they scatter. Their “cause” is nothing but complete anarchy. They have no futher ambition than just burning everything down, and then going home to Mommy’s basement, where there is electricity, wi-fi, and food.

Leading up to May Day, the Sonoma County Antifa group (which decided against calling itself Antifa because they are concerned that they will end up on the FBI watch list), was recorded by an undercover infiltrator while they discussed possible plans. Their leader, who calls himself “Marb,” had some ideas for May Day.

On that same recording, Marb appears to discuss plans for this Saturday, May 1.”

Marb: “I think it’d be sick to organize something a little more extreme for national workers’ day.”

It’s difficult to tell if this next clip is a twisted joke or a serious proposal.”

Marb: “It’s May Day, baby, like come out and take, take somethin’ over with us, I don’t, I don’t (bleep) know.”
Member: “Let’s kill people. (laughs)”
Marb: “Let’s kill some cops.”
Marb: “Yes.”

This sentiment is echoed across all Antifa groups. In Portland, you can hear Antifa want to destroy – but want to avoid being taped while doing it.

Paranoid is a good way to describe it. The reason Antifa hates Andy Ngo so much is not because he wrote a book about them, but because he uses public information to detail their arrests and mugshots on his Twitter account. While prosecution is rare, thanks to extremely lenient blue cities that have refused to press charges, these so-called “brave” radicals who are just “standing up for social justice” would prefer to hide in the shadows and not have their mugshots spread all over social media. Social shaming is the only tool left when progressive justice refuses to do anything about violence, arson, and vandalism.

Well, maybe social shaming isn’t the only tool. Natural consequences work as well.

Just remember that the current president of the United States says that Antifa is “an idea” and not an actual threat to safety. It sure seems that this “idea” is pretty violent and afraid of being caught. Maybe it’s because – wait for it – it’s a BAD idea to break windows, set fires, destroy other people’s things, block traffic, and threaten to kill people.

It may have taken far too long, and may be too late, but even Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler has realized that Antifa doesn’t mean his city any good. (Strange what happens when there is no more Bad Orange Man to blame, huh?)

The reality is that Antifa is out to destroy because they have no solutions and no ideas, and all they have is rage against “the system.” That would be the same “system” that keeps letting them out without bail, so that they will never learn from their actions, or face actual consequences. Ironic, isn’t it?

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  • 370H55V says:

    And the current president of the United States no doubt thinks antifa is a GOOD idea as well.

    Problem is this mind set is quite broad based and widely held. Problem won’t be solved by voting along.

  • Walter Ronten says:

    To think we once had an FBI that broke up the Capone mob, crippled the Mafia, smashed the KKK – and they cannot make serious inroads on this pack of mouth breathing punks?

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