The Agenda of Anti-Fascist Groups in The United States
Anti-fascist groups in the United States are political positions or activities that accept or support social equality, often in opposition to social hierarchy and social inequality. They typically involve concern for those in society who are perceived as disadvantaged relative to others and a belief that there are unjustified inequalities that need to be reduced or abolished.
The political terms Left and Right were first coined during the French Revolution (1789–1799), referring to the seating arrangement in the Estates General: those who sat on the left generally opposed the monarchy and supported the revolution, including the creation of a republic and secularization, while those on the right were supportive of the traditional institutions of the Old Regime. Use of the term “Left” became more prominent after the restoration of the French monarchy in 1815 when it was applied to the “Independents”. The word “wing” was appended to Left and Right in the late 19th century, usually with disparaging intent, and “left-wing” was applied to those who were unorthodox in their religious or political views.
The term was later applied to a number of movements, especially republicanism during the French Revolution in the 18th century, followed by socialism, communism and anarchism in the 19th and 20th centuries. Since then, the term left-wing has been applied to a broad range of movements including civil rights movements, feminist movements, anti-war movements, and environmental movements, as well as a wide range of parties.
To Be Anti-Fascist is to be Against Fascist Ideologies
Anti-fascism is opposition to fascist ideologies, groups and individuals. The anti-fascist movement began in a few European countries in the 1920s, and eventually spread to other countries around the world.
While President Trump was greeted with thunderous applause and displays of both pro-American and pro-Polish patriotism when he spoke in Warsaw, the situation in the next place he is visiting is not as cheerful. Before the G20 summit even began, around a hundred thousand protesters descended on the city. Most of the protesters are anti-capitalists and surprisingly “anti-globalists. A vast majority of those protesting have done so peacefully, but per usual someone had to come and ruin a display of free expression, Antifa.
Antifa is Becoming Anti-Capitalism in America
Antifa is a largely unorganized “anti-fascist” movement that has been in the news lately because of the Berkeley riots and the violent protests at Trump’s inauguration. Antifa is relatively weak in the United States, but it is quite a force in Europe. Antifan’s aren’t as much “anti-fascist” as they are Stalinesque Communists, as recent violence in Hamburg shows. The violence began when the Hamburg police force tried to separate the masked Antifa protesters from the peaceful ones. Antifa thugs used iron bars, metal poles, and broken bottles and other improvised weapons to assault police, while police responded with mace, water cannons, and smoke which is typical even when it occurs in the United States (Berkeley?) In the chaos, fires were lit in trashcans on the streets and cars were torched, which doesn’t seem that good for the environment that the far left reveres as a good. In the wake of the violent riots, thousands of additional police forces from around Germany have been dispatched to Hamburg to provide security for the summit. The situation is so chaotic that the First Lady was unable to attend an event with other first spouses due to security issues.
Why Fascist Groups Have Grown in the United States
The simple answer is that Europe has become far too accepting of the radical left. The problem is that it has moved into the United States unchallenged and will continue to grow if not confronted. This is why tightening up our borders is so important and time to pay attention to the threat.
The Left Fascist Movement Began In Europe In The 1800’s and migrated to the U.S. into our universities getting a foothold into our universities. The process of Progressivism began in Germany and as these people immigrated to the U.S., was pushed with agenda’s by Hegel and Engels and once they arrived in the U.S. and took up residency as professors within our major eastern universities, their beliefs got started. It took 60+ years to get the message out but slowly most of our major universities are liberal.
The Conservatives Were Not Paying Any Attention
Communist or borderline Communist parties have representation in nearly every assembly in Western Europe. While Neo-Nazi movements are suppressed, rightfully so, nothing is done about the Communists. Both fascists and communists have ravaged Europe over the past 100 years, and both movements need to be rejected and removed. This movement continued in America over the past 100 years as well with major players like Wilson, Johnson, Roosevelt’s and Obama. Although there were minor players, in terms of those that ran but didn’t win and groups like the ACLU and Hollywood, which continues today. A very slow and methodical process ensured using back door tactics to gain momentum. One of those methods was posting democratic and liberal judges both on the circuit courts and the Supreme Court.
The majority of democratic presidents, not mentioned above, was either middle of the road or had no agenda to change anything. In other words, let sleeping dogs lay. And that was fine with the mainstream liberals. Infused, however, in the mix were major donors like George Soros and left wing non-governmental organizations (NGO’s) that kept pushing the socialist left wing agenda.
The left wing agenda took a huge blow when Hillary Clinton didn’t win the Whitehouse. The left side was confident she would beat Trump and the DC machine would continue. They failed to hear the other half of the country and did not create a platform to generate attention. Simply said, they are mad. They are mad because there’s no free lunch and they might just have to go to work to make it from cradle to grave. Most of those rebelling in America are 18-25 and some under 18. All have no concept of what built this country to begin with and hanging their hats on “we’re all immigrants”.
The G20 protests are just a slight glimpse into what could happen should the radical left grow to heights that haven’t been seen in decades. While this seems like a European problem for now, it could come to the United States if we do not stand up for our American values of liberty, integrity, and self-sufficiency. We need more scenes like those in Warsaw, and fewer like those in Hamburg.