Leaders of the anti-Trump “resistance” movement let slip their true motivations, declaring they “need to make this country ungovernable.”
Leftist activist group Occupy Oakland posted a manifesto on Twitter last week, writing, “We will control the streets. We will liberate the land. We will fight fascist. We will dismantle the state. This is war.”
We won this night. We will control the streets. We will liberate the land. We will fight fascists. We will dismantle the state. This is war. pic.twitter.com/JnlJMUtgCj
— Occupy Oakland (@OccupyOakland) February 2, 2017
The self-proclaimed “anti-fascist” protesters made it clear they aim to delegitimize democracy and President Trump through “direct action” on the streets.
DistruptJ20, the collective of groups that protested the president’s inauguration in Washington D.C., wrote in their call to action that “Trump’s success confirms the bankruptcy of representative democracy.”
The protesters advocate against democracy, writing “rather than using the democratic process as an alibi for inaction, we must show that no election could legitimize [Trump’s] agenda.”
DistruptJ20 did not mince words, as rioters broke windows, beat innocent citizens, and even torched a limo that belonged to a Muslim immigrant during their inauguration “protests.”
“Anti-fascist” protesters followed up their inauguration performance with another at the University of California Berkeley campus last week, where Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos’s speech was shut down by rioters.
The rioters described Yiannopoulos as a “tool of Trump’s fascist government” and “has no right to speak at Cal or anywhere else!”
Instead of letting others express their opinions on a publicly funded college campus, rioters pepper-sprayed individuals wearing “Make America Great Again” hats and set parts of their campus on fire.
— janey (@janeygak) February 2, 2017
Protests against Milo at UC Berkeley. Protesters chanting “This is what community looks like.” pic.twitter.com/a0YIZ3epIc
— Shane Bauer (@shane_bauer) February 2, 2017
Ironically, the use of “direct action” by today’s “anti-fascist” protesters mirrors the tactics used by Nazi Brownshirts during Hitler’s rise to power in the early 20th century.
The Nazi party made it clear the mission of the Brownshirts was to obtain mastery of the streets. Official Nazi Brownshirt pamphlets stated that “possession of the streets is the key to power in the state — for this reason the [Brownshirts] marched and fought.”
Those words share an eerie resemblance to the actions of the anti-Trump “resistance” movement of today.
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