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 Post subject: Re: ANTIFA - Unreasonable?
PostPosted: Sat Jan 06, 2018 4:44 pm 
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A California court has ordered noted Antifa activist Yvette Felarca to pay over $11,000 in damages to former Berkeley College Republicans President Troy Worden.

The ruling, issued Wednesday, comes after a restraining order filed against Worden by Felarca was dropped in October, prompting Worden and his lawyer, Mark Meuser, to sue Felarca for damages and attorney fees, as Campus Reform first reported.

"The award of attorney fees should send a strong signal that she cannot abuse the court system to silence speech."


At least this shows that coastie commieland CA courts aren't 100% cucked. Yet.

May just but a anomaly, though.

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 Post subject: Re: ANTIFA - Unreasonable?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 2:23 pm 
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There's obviously a Media blackout on ANTIFA violence now.

They attempted to kill a guy in NY. Demstream media shows..?


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 Post subject: Re: ANTIFA - Unreasonable?
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Well there are two possible interpretations: 1) left-wing media are "covering up" for ANTIFA and secretly advocate for them; 2) left-wing media are trying to cover up their historical acceptance of ANTIFA and have come to realize that bordering on advocating for them in the past was PR suicide.

Obviously, if ANTIFA were still being given positive coverage by left-wing media we could be confident that (1) was the explanation; but given a "blackout" then we have to consider that (2) is also a possibility.

Arguably less despicable, but despicable nonetheless.

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http://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/03 ... y-germany/

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Police Uncover Antifa-Linked High-Explosives, Chemicals, and Mobile Bomb Factory


by JACK MONTGOMERY
17 Mar 2018

The authorities have uncovered an Antifa-linked hoard of chemicals, high-explosives, and a mobile bomb factory in Thuringia, Germany, according to local media.
There is some suggestion that the haul, which is suspected to be linked to alt-left extremism, has been played down for political reasons, Welt Am Sonntag reports.

“The findings available so far suggest that the spokesman of an alliance honoured by the Ramelow government prepared explosives attacks,” said Mike Mohring, who is chairman of Angela Merkel’s nominally conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party in Thuringia, as well as CDU leader in the region’s parliament.

“The days-long, almost booming silence of the entire state government is more than strange.”

“We have a lot to do with extreme right-wing violence in Thuringia, but the escalation of left-wing violence at the G20 summit in Hamburg has shown that there is also a dangerous potential on this side of the spectrum,” admitted Thuringian Minister of the Interior Georg Maier.

Left Party parliamentarian Katharina König-Preuss, whose “anti-fascist” credentials are displayed prominently on her Twitter account, has been particularly damaged by the case, as she knows one of the accused personally.

One of the two accused, a 31-year-old wheelchair user, told WAS that the “plot allegations are total humbug, but that’s all I’m going to say.”

Police found quantities of butyric acid in the accused’s home, which WAS describes as “a malodorous chemical often used in attacks on political opponents” in Germany.

But he claims the acid was for his mother, to be used as “pesticides against voles and moles”.


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https://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland ... Druck.html

In Rudolstadt, Thuringia, police have secured more than 100 kilos of chemicals in the Antifa environment.

How nice---one of the arrested suspects, accused of stocking chemicals and building explosives, was given an award by the state government two years ago for his anti-Nazi activism.

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Where'd he get the explosives? Russia?

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Islamist organizations certainly have no problems with acquiring vast amounts of kalashnikovs and explosives. They have decades old networks for that stuff and links with KGB.

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Antifa unreasonable?

I would say that if members of Antifa are firebombing mosques, then "YES" they are being unreasonable.

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mdiehl wrote:
Where'd he get the explosives? Russia?


Seems more like mail order. Which means he likely used his real name and address since the Magnesium and Sulphur he ordered would rate as flame hazards and so it´s delivery in person or pick it up showing ID.

The Butyric acid he also ordered is such an staple in politically motivated attacks that I would assume (wrongly?) the Polizei is keeping track of ppl ordering such substances in the first place, never mind if their orders for chemicals include stuff even a 9th grader can identify as flamey-explodey.
They might have taken a leap from there, connected the dots with his political leanings and ...

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Did Gary go missing?

He started this thread last year. Haven't seen him lately.

Sure hope he didn't go join ANTIFA or some other commie cult. :? He does live out on the west coast of Commiefornia, doesn't he?

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