The Antifa Movement: Domestic Terrorism Repackaged :: By Geri Ungurean

I’m a child of the 60’s.

When I attended the University of Maryland, I saw first hand what SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) and Weather Underground (Bill Ayers) was doing. I saw hatred and violence and the burning of our flag.  These people would gather together and make a lot of noise – angry noise.  They protested the Vietnam war, which was certainly their right to do – peacefully.

But the war was just a front for their real agenda.  They were anarchists; they were Communists; they were haters of democracy and Capitalism. Does this sound familiar?

Anarchists wait for a time such as now, to raise their hate filled fists and shake those fists at the “Establishment.”  With the shadow government in the background,  and George Soros footing the bills, the Antifa movement has its sights on one, President Donald Trump. You see, they must attempt to convince enough of the America people that President Trump is a “fascist.”  With the MSM on their side, the movement seems much grander than it is in reality.

Nazis and White Supremacists 

There will always be members of these bigoted groups in our country.  They have the right to peacefully assemble. Those of us who understand how detestable these people are, may not like these racists to be assembled in our cities, but the First Amendment guarantees their right to gather – peacefully.

When the so-called Antifa groups faced off with the Nazis, it became a brawl and then more violence ensued when a crazed person was determined to wreak havoc by mowing down people with their vehicle as they gathered.

If the Antifa group had not come to the Nazi gathering – no one would have been injured or killed.  But you see, that is why those in Antifa are paid by George Soros. The goal is to destabilize America. Theses thugs are paid violent protestors. They are bused in from different parts of our country.  Very well organized.


NEW: Domestic Terrorist Bill Ayers Working With ANTIFA Terrorist Group

Violent domestic terrorist Bill Ayers is officially linked to Antifa through his group “Refuse Fascism”.

Ayers is infamous for the Weather Underground, a domestic terror organization he co-founded with other degenerates, and for bombing the Pentagon.

Refuse Fascism“, a fascist organization that wishes to inhibit and deny the speech of conservatives, is partly funded by George Soros. It has organizers like Bill Ayers and is targeting youth across the country with the intention of indoctrinating and brainwashing individuals who nascent politically. We know Ayers was associated with Barrack Obama and is a big supporter of various socialists and communists as well as violent terrorists

Today, it has come out that Ayers is partnering with Antifa in the spread of militant violence against pro-America demonstrators. Leftists have historically turned Ayers into a folklore figure who they cherish and respect despite his violent past.

Bill Ayers was directly linked to today’s #BerkeleyProtests and has been actively involved in numerous actions against the Trump administration.

To further corroborate their connection to Antifa, a Breitbart article from earlier in the year breaks down in crystal clear detail the role Refuse Fascism plays in the chaos surrounding the cries of “fascism” toward the right. – source


Weather Underground Bombings

Three Weather Underground members were killed when a bomb they had built exploded in the basement of a townhouse in Greenwich Village on March 6, 1970. In the days following the explosion, police found 57 sticks of dynamite, four completed bombs, detonators, timing devices, and other bomb-making equipment. Bettmann/Corbis photo.

On January 29, 1975, an explosion rocked the headquarters of the U.S. State Department in Washington, D.C. No one was hurt, but the damage was extensive, impacting 20 offices on three separate floors. Hours later, another bomb was found at a military induction center in Oakland, California, and safely detonated.

A domestic terrorist group called the Weather Underground claimed responsibility for both bombs. Originally called the Weatherman or the Weathermen, a name taken from a line in a Bob Dylan song, the Weather Underground was a small, violent offshoot of Students for a Democratic Society, or SDS, a group created in the turbulent ‘60s to promote social change.

When SDS collapsed in 1969, the Weather Underground stepped forward, inspired by communist ideologies and embracing violence and crime as a way to protest the Vietnam War, racism, and other left-wing aims. “Our intention is to disrupt the empire … to incapacitate it, to put pressure on the cracks,” claimed the group’s 1974 manifesto, Prairie Fire.

By the next year, the group had claimed credit for 25 bombings—including the U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon, the California Attorney General’s office, and a New York City police station.

The FBI doggedly pursued these terrorists as their attacks mounted. Many members were identified, but their small numbers and guerrilla tactics helped them hide under assumed identities. In 1978, the Bureau arrested five members who were plotting to bomb a politician’s office. Others were captured after two policemen and a Brinks’ driver were murdered in a botched armored car robbery in Nanuet, New York, in 1981.

Key to disrupting the group for good was the newly created FBI-New York City Police Anti Terrorist Task Force. It brought together the strengths of both organizations and focused them on these domestic terrorists. The task force and others like it paved the way for today’s Joint Terrorism Task Forces—created by the Bureau in each of its field offices to fuse federal, state, and local law enforcement and intelligence resources to combat today’s terrorist threats.

By the mid-’80s, the Weather Underground was essentially history. Still, several of these fugitives were able to successfully hide themselves for decades, emerging only in recent years to answer for their crimes. Once again, it shows that grit and partnerships can and will defeat shadowy, resilient terrorist groups.

For more information:
– Read FBI records on the Weather Underground   -source

DOJ Investigating Soros Funded Antifa:



Here’s the thing.

A lot of conservatives are very frustrated at inaction in certain areas. And they have a good point. Sometimes things that need to be done aren’t happening. But other times they are moving forward secretly without making headlines.

Unlike Holder and Lynch, Sessions has to make some moves quitely without putting out press releases about them. Here’s an example of one of those silent running investigations.

The Department of Justice has requested information on visitors to a website used to organize protests against President Trump, the Los Angeles-based Dreamhost said in a blog post published on Monday.

Dreamhost, a web hosting provider, said that it has been working with the Department of Justice for several months on the request, which believes goes too far under the Constitution.

DreamHost claimed that the complying with the request from the Justice Department would amount to handing over roughly 1.3 million visitor IP addresses to the government, in addition to contact information, email content and photos of thousands of visitors to the website, which was involved in organizing protests against Trump on Inauguration Day.

The warrant, dated July 12, says that authorities will seize any information constituting violations of D.C. code governing riots that involve individuals connected to the protests on Inauguration Day.

More than 200 people were indicted on felony rioting charges in connection with the protests in Washington on Jan. 20.

DisruptJ20 planned to shut down as much of D.C. as possible.

“We’re planning a series of massive direct actions that will shut down the inauguration ceremonies and any related celebrations—the inaugural parade, the inaugural balls, you name it,” Disrupt J20 declares on its website, adding: We’re also planning to paralyze the city itself, using blockades and marches to stop traffic and even public transit.”

Organizers plan early-morning “blockade actions” Jan. 20 built around such banners as “racial justice,” “trade justice,” “climate justice,” “economic justice,” “communities under attack,” “labor direct action,”  and “anti-war and Palestine.”

Our own Matthew Vadum noted the Soros linkage.

“George Soros is a major funder of Alliance for Global Justice, a radical left-wing group that collected donations on behalf of the Occupy Wall Street movement,” Vadum told The Daily Signal, adding:

Alliance for Global Justice is now functioning as a fiscal sponsor for a group called Refuse Fascism that is heavily involved in the Disrupt J20 effort. A fiscal sponsor accepts donations on behalf of unincorporated or small groups and charges a modest administrative fee so that donors can deduct the donations from their taxes.

Now, the DOJ is trying to shine a light under the rock. –source


Antifa: Left-wing militants on the rise

The violence and murder of a protester in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend has been attributed to far-right elements that descended on the city to demonstrate against the proposed removal of a statue of Confederate war hero Robert E Lee.

President Donald Trump drew widespread criticism on Saturday when he said that there was violence on “many sides” in Charlottesville and initially neglected to explicitly censure the white supremacists who organised the rally.

On Monday, he bowed to pressure to castigate the KKK, white supremacists and neo-nazis.

But many conservatives say blame should be shared by Antifa, a loosely affiliated group of far-left protesters.

Critics argue the media tends to excuse violence by Antifa militants just because they are fighting white supremacists and their odious ideology.

What exactly is Antifa?

The social causes of Antifa (short for anti-fascist or Anti-Fascist action) are easily identifiable as left-leaning.

Most members oppose all forms of racism and sexism, and strongly oppose what they see as the nationalist, anti-immigration and anti-Muslim policies that Mr Trump has enacted.

However, as their name indicates, Antifa focuses more on fighting far-right ideology than encouraging pro-left policy.

Unlike the mainstream left, they do not seek to gain power through traditional channels – winning elections and passing bills into law.

Antifa is anti-government and anti-capitalist, and their methodologies are often perceived as more closely aligned with anarchists than the mainstream left.

Antifa does not shy away from militant protest methods, including the destruction of property and sometimes physical violence.

They were present at the 2017 Berkeley protests of far-right speaker Milo Yiannopoulos and at violent protests against Donald Trump’s inauguration; they were also present at Charlottesville.

Antifa’s roots go back almost as far as Nazis

Much like the far-right, Antifa members around the world comprise a patchwork of groups, though the most active appear to be based in the US, the UK (under the name Anti-Fascist Action) and Germany (Antifaschistische Aktion).

The German movement was founded in 1932 to provide a militant far-left group to counter the fast-rising Nazi party.

They were disbanded in 1933 after Hitler took control of parliament and resurrected in the 1980s as a response to neo-Nazism after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

President Trump’s election seems to have been something of a touchstone for the Antifa movement, which has links with the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and various anarchist groups.

According to James Anderson, one of a group of people who run the popular anti-fascist and anarchist news site, It’s Going Down, interest has spiked since Mr Trump’s election.

The It’s Going Down website, which received around 300 hits daily in 2015, now garners between 10-20,000 hits a day.

Since the events in Charlottesville on Saturday, the It’s Going Down Twitter handle has gained 2,000 new followers.

While interest may have spiked since Mr Trump’s election, it is all but impossible to quantify how many people are active members of Antifa.

Much like the far-right, chapters of Antifa are loosely connected and highly secretive, and organise mostly on message boards such as Reddit and over social networks like Twitter and Facebook.

Calls to label Antifa a terror organisation

Antifa has become a popular topic for right-leaning websites and among conservative pundits.

Fox News commentator and conservative speaker Erick Erickson says in The Resurgent, a conservative blog, that “Antifa and the white supremacists are two sides of a common coin. The people dead in Charlottesville died because of one neo-Nazi, but there were dozen [sic] of people left bleeding in the streets because of Antifa”.

Meanwhile, a petition lobbying Mr Trump to declare Antifa a domestic terror organisation has garnered nearly 100,000 supporters.

While Antifa has gained relatively little attention in the mainstream media, that may soon change.

According to Mr Anderson, the events in Charlottesville over the weekend represent a “sea change” in how Antifa is perceived.

“This is a huge turning point and vindication for our movement,” he said.

“We are working with Black Lives Matter, local clergy, this is not a movement that wants to be a lone group of militants,” he said.

“This is about popular power. Sometimes that looks controversial – but this is a broad movement, and we are looking to engage a wide variety of people.”  source

So now hopefully, many will better understand this “movement” funded by the infamous George Soros.  But there is something that I must point out here:

These anarchists have a higher purpose, and that is to attempt to convince the American people that our President is a fascist.  The absurdity of this is astounding to me.

They use his immigration policies and his concern and desire to implement a better vetting system for Muslims from countries which are known to fund terrorism. A fascist?  I don’t think so. More like a protector of America.

They are given sound bites and quotes taken entirely out of context to portray Donald Trump as a fascist.

It’s not going to work. Period.

I read an article today in which a poll was taken about Charlottesville.  The question was “Do you think that President Trump’s Words about Charlottesville were strong enough?   62% of those polled answered  NO.  27% answered  YES  and 11% said they didn’t know.  This question was in regards to our president’s comments on other monuments such as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson – “Where does it end?”

The same people polled were asked if they thought that Confederate monuments are offensive or are they part of America’s history.  Again 62% said they are part of our history.

It seems that the American people are speaking again as they did in our last presidential election.

Keep looking up, brethren. Our Lord and Savior could come at any time!


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