EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Antifa members hold a sign denouncing Nazis along a road at a waterfront park in downtown Portland, Oregon September 10. 2017. .Several hundred protesters descended in to downtown Portland to oppose the right-wing group. / AFP PHOTO / Natalie Behring (Photo credit should read NATALIE BEHRING/AFP/Getty Images)
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has formally classified the activities of anti-fascist groups (antifa) as “domestic terrorist violence” since early 2016, according to confidential law enforcement documents obtained by Politico and interviews.
Federal authorities have reportedly warned state and local officials the antifa has become “increasingly confrontational” in efforts to thwart white supremacist groups.
Newly disclosed documents show authorities believed “anarchist extremists” were the main cause of violence at a number of public rallies. A confidential 2016 joint intelligence assessment by DHS and the FBI blamed the antifa for attacks on a range of targets, including police, government institutions and symbols of “the capitalist system.”
According to Politico, interviews showed federal authorities really became cognizant of the antifa amid the rise of Donald Trump, and law enforcement officials have claimed Trump’s rhetoric and policies helped catalyze left-wing extremism in the U.S.www.newsweek.com/…

Horst Wessel 2.0 wants to sell you some brown shirts.

RW writer/propagandist Andy Ngo, agent provocateur on the side of numerous RWNJ groups like Proud Boys came to the Heritage Foundation in DC to spin a tale of imaginary left-wing violence.

The hope is to support special speech rights for neo-nazi, white supremacist nationalism, and the myth of some ubiquitous left-wing violent movement monolithically referred to as “antifa”.

This is part of a drive by numerous RWNJ groups to foment campus violence and recruit right-wing political activity in the name of an imaginary suppression of conservative speech rights. 

Red-baiting like this continues because there’s all that “socialism” what needs to be suppressed, somehow a threat to the much larger incidence and numbers involved in American RWNJ domestic terrorism.

A flyer advertising the Proud Boys march in Portland.

From Portland to Washington D.C., a far-left revolutionary movement calling itself “Antifa” has organized mass violence on the streets of major American cities. Infamous for dressing head-to-toe in black, Antifa militants organize to destroy property, beat people, and intimidate their opposition into silence—all in the name of fighting “fascism.” Despite its well-documented track record of violence, Antifa still finds support on the Left and its leaders continue to skirt justice.

Andy Ngo is a Portland-based journalist who is known for his reporting on Antifa. He has been published in the Wall Street Journal, National Review and the New York Post and he formerly served on the editorial team of Quillette magazine. In June, Ngo survived a mob beating by Antifa in Portland.



In the hours and days following the deadly “Unite the Right” rally on 12 August 2017, President Donald Trump laid the blame for the violence that took the lives of three people in Charlottesville, Virginia on “many sides.”

The claim that white supremacists and counter-demonstrators carry equal responsibility for the weekend melee in Charlottesville has been widely rejected — both Democrat and Republican lawmakers have repudiated the views espoused by rally attendees who were seen using racist and anti-Semitic epithets and carrying Nazi symbols. But the president’s comments have drawn attention to far left demonstrators known as “antifa” (short for anti-fascist), who have been showing up to counter white supremacist rallies, sometimes violently).

Even though the people who died amid the unrest have not been linked to antifa (the other two victims were police officers), questions have since been raised about the violence at the weekend rally and further potential for violence at upcoming events by both the alt-right (a term that encompasses different strands of white supremacist factions) and the antifa activists who come out to meet them. Experts tell us that statistically, historically, and in terms of philosophy the alt-right poses a bigger threat and greater evil, but the violence at political demonstrations has been ratcheting up in recent months.



  • November 8, 2019