Seattle Man Wearing Swastika Armband Beaten Up by Antifa Thug

Here’s a reminder that if you hold “right wing” political views in the United States, you’re not safe from violence by blacks or from leftist thugs.

The Independent

The Seattle Police Department said they received reports of a man wearing a swastika armband and “instigating fights” late Sunday afternoon. When officers arrived on the scene, however, they found him on the ground. The man removed his armband and left without telling police what had happened.

Hours before, an anti-fascist Twitter account had shared a photo of a man riding the bus in Seattle with a Nazi armband on his right arm.

“Nazi s***head on D line headed to downtown #Seattle. Submitter said they were harassing a black man on the bus,” the account wrote, indicating that the photo had been submitted by a third party.

The photo spread quickly around anti-fascist social media accounts. Anti-fascists, or “Antifa,” as some of them are called, are a loosely organised group of activists who seek to fight racism, sexism, and other oppressive forces.

Reread that last paragraph and note how The Independent propagandizes for the Antifa. The Antifa are a terrorist group, in case The Independent didn’t know.

The original tweet was re-tweeted almost 60 times, and the photo was also shared on Reddit.

Shortly after it was posted, Seattle residents began to tweet out reports of a man matching the photo at a specific downtown intersection. According to Twitter reports, the man was “yelling at passerby” and “spewing racist vitriol”.

Less than an hour later, video emerged of a man with a swastika armband being punched by another man in a grey sweatshirt. In the video, the man falls to the ground and remains motionless as the man in the sweatshirt walks away.

“Night night,” the videographer says.

Never leave home without an appropriately legal method of self defense on your person.

Seattle Police said no one at the scene contacted officers to report the incident.

While some Antifa Twitter accounts celebrated the incident, it is unclear whether the assailant in the video is anti-fascist-affiliated.

The Antifa are known to occasionally use violence when confronting neo-Nazi and other white supremacist groups. The practise gained mainstream attention last year, when self-proclaimed white nationalist Richard Spencer was punched on the street.

An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. Is anyone willing to take on a leftist thug in payback?

Trump again blames both sides for Charlottesville violence

In spite of signing a Congressional Resolution condemning white nationalism, President Trump on Thursday aboard Air Force One returned to also placing blame for street violence on the Antifa.

We saw him do similar things during the 2016 election campaign. He would talk about how great the Mexican people were in one breath and then in the next get real with telling stories about Mexican crime, gangs, etc.

As Styx notes in the video in a separate post today, Trump’s always trying to keep the competition off balance. It’s a winning strategy. He’s signaling to the base: Trust me. I’ve got your back.

Times of Israel

WASHINGTON — US President Donald Trump once again said both sides — white supremacists and those who opposed them — were responsible for the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia last month, an equivalence that has outraged Jewish groups, Jews in his Cabinet and lawmakers from both parties.

Trump, speaking Thursday on Air Force One as he returned from Florida, where he was meeting with victims of Hurricane Irma, described his meeting a day earlier with Sen. Tim Scott, R-South Carolina, an African American Republican who has been critical of Trump on race-related matters.

“I think especially in light of the advent of Antifa, if you look at what’s going on there, you know, you have some pretty bad dudes on the other side also,” he said when asked what he told Scott regarding the deadly August 12 violence in Charlottesville. Antifa is a loose coalition of leftists ostensibly organized to protect protesters but which has lashed out violently at times at its perceived enemies.

“And essentially that’s what I said,” Trump said. “Now because of what’s happened since then, with Antifa, you look at, you know, really what’s happened since Charlottesville.” he said, apparently referring to clashes between Antifa and right-wing protesters in Berkeley, California on August 27. “A lot of people are saying — in fact a lot of people have actually written, ‘gee Trump might have a point.’ I said, you got some very bad people on the other side also, which is true.”

Antifa represented a small minority of the mostly peaceful counterprotesters in Charlottesville. There were limited skirmishes between its members and white supremacists who were protesting the planned removal of a statue honoring Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. Among the 500 or so white supremacists, neo-Nazis and members of the Ku Klux Klan, many were armed and some sought out counterprotesters to attack. Some carried Nazi flags and shouted racist and anti-Semitic slogans. An alleged white supremacist rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing Heather Heyer and injuring at least 20 people.

Trump at the time blamed “many sides” for the violence and said there were “very fine people” on both sides. That caused consternation among his Jewish advisers, including reportedly his daughter Ivanka Trump, his top economic adviser Gary Cohn, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and David Shulkin, the secretary of veteran affairs. It also earned widespread condemnation from Republicans and Democrats in Congress, and from Jewish groups.

Trump later seemed to withdraw from that posture and his spokeswoman said this week he looked forward to signing a congressional resolution squarely blaming the white supremacists for the Charlottesville violence.

There’s a lot of misinformation in the article about what actually happened in Charlottesville. The mean old Nazis most assuredly did not attack peaceful social justice warriors who just happened to be armed and violent, knowing the police were going to stand down.

Trump again shows a willingness to be demonized for telling the truth about the left.

Jew Politician Plans to Rename New York’s Trump Park: Welcome Everyone to Heather Heyer Park

NILY ROSIC. JEW POLITICIAN MAKING MISCHIEF.

A Queens politician, Nily Rosic, has stirred up sh*t unnecessarily. Then, after there’s pushback which identifies her as a Jew, she screams “ANTISEMITISM.”

We see what you did, Nily Rosic. You’re doing what Jews have always done. You screw people and then when they respond, you Jews begin your eternal denial while calling the people you’re screwed Jew haters.

You’re claiming that the name Trump on a park is divisive. Only in your deranged mind would the name of a fat, worthless slut named Heather Heyer somehow unite people.

New York Daily News

She’s not backing down.

A Queens assemblywoman attacked with hate mail for proposing to rename Donald J. Trump State Park after Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old counter-protester killed during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., has no plans to shift her stance.

“These threats go to show that anti-Semitic, racist sentiment is alive and well today,” Nily Rozic said Thursday in a statement. “No threat will stop me from working for my district, and I will never compromise the values that brought me to this office no matter how many more hostilities, postcards or otherwise, come in.”

Rozic, a Democrat who represents Flushing and Fresh Meadows, got three postcards, with racist vitriol, that slammed the idea.

“As soon as they came in, I followed the law and notified the NYPD to have them filed on record,” Rozic said.

The letters were signed “1488,” a number used by white supremacists. The 14 refers to their 14-word racist slogan and the 88 denotes Heil Hitler because “H” is the eighth letter in the alphabet.

“Tel Aviv should be nuked,” one letter said.

Rozic, who is Jewish, wants to rename the park after Heyer, who police say was killed when James Field, 20, plowed his car into a crowd of counter-protests on Aug. 12.

The park, which straddles Westchester and Putnam counties, would be renamed Heather Heyer State Park under Rozic’s proposed legislation.

“Heather Heyer’s life was taken away by white supremacists who have been emboldened ever since President Trump took office,” Rozic said in a press release issued last week.

“In New York, we continue standing by one another and calling out those who seek to divide us,” she added. “This activism is not new — it is embedded in our state’s history, and re-naming Donald J. Trump State Park would serve as a reminder of the transformative power it holds to carry us forward.”

In 2006, Trump donated 436 acres east of the Taconic State Parkway after he was unable to obtain permits to develop a golf course. The park was closed in 2010 due to budget cuts and has not been maintained in years.

HEATHER HEYER. AN UGLY RACE-MIXING SLUT WILL UNITE US.

Ben Shapiro Delivers Plain Old-Fashioned Conservative Message While Touting “Race Doesn’t Matter” Nonsense

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I’ll bet you can’t wait for your local schools to be privatized.

Or maybe tax cuts are the most important thing in your life.

I didn’t get to listen to Ben Shapiro’s whole talk because of interruptions, but it seemed to me that it was nothing more than old-fashioned conservative talking points.

The USA could be 100 percent African or Mestizo and it would still be the USA according to Ben, because the country wasn’t founded on ethnicity, but rather upon the Constitution.

I’m never sure whether these kinds of conservatives are stupid, evil, or both. Ann Coulter is willing to acknowledge that the country would go Communist if nonwhites were in charge, but not Ben. He seems to think that nonwhites just need to be made citizens and then they’ll be loyal to Old Glory and the Founding Fathers.

My best guess is that (((Shapiro))) is controlled opposition whose task it is to deflect attention away from the issues of white genocide, white identity, and white nationalism.

Excerpt from the Los Angeles Times

As conservative commentator Ben Shapiro spoke at UC Berkeley on Thursday, a large group of demonstrators marched around the campus amid intense security triggered by a recent series of violent clashes between far-left and far-right protesters.

Berkeley police warned drivers to expect traffic delays in the area, where large swaths of the campus were closed off by law enforcement officers, many dressed in riot gear.

Authorities arrested at least three people for carrying banned weapons. Before the event, police temporarily banned sticks, pipes, poles and anything else they said could be used to riot.

One of the three held, 20-year-old Hannah Benjamin, was also arrested on suspicion of battery on a police officer, Berkeley police said.

Demonstrators appeared otherwise peaceful. Messages of resistance — “We don’t want your racist hate” — were scrawled on sidewalks in chalk.

Video posted on social media showed two officers confiscating a man’s poster because it was attached to a wooden stick, which the officers said they considered a weapon.

“Hey, if you get another sign, you can’t have a stick on it, OK?” one of the officers told the man.

It remained unclear whether far-right and so-called antifa, or anti-fascist, agitators would show up.

Inside Zellerbach Hall, hundreds of students cheered as Shapiro gave his talk, which he titled “Say No to Campus Thuggery.”

He scoffed at the demonstrators outside protesting fascism and the counseling services administrators offered to students stressed by his arrival.

“I have spent my entire career standing up to fascism,” he told the crowd. “Antifa is fascist. I am not a fascist.”

If someone required counseling because of his speech, he said, “it was a mistake for you to have foregone psychiatric treatment” long ago.

Several weeks ago, far-left forces attacked several far-right demonstrators in Berkeley, sparking arrests and much debate about the line between protest and criminal behavior. Earlier this year, protesters set fires and forced the abrupt cancellation of a talk by conservative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos.

As police officers cleared out a section of campus around Zellerbach Hall where Shapiro was set to talk, students said they were weary of the next chapter after six months of protests on and around campus.

Juanna Falcon, a 20-year-old junior studying environmental economics, said she was going to skip the talk. The whole situation, she said, had disturbed the learning environment on the campus.

“I guess there is a limit to free speech,” she said. “Hearing out a speaker, that’s OK. Sometime I just wonder if all this security enforcement really does something or does it just draw more attention.”

Campus officials said they are spending $600,000 on security for Thursday’s event.

Sophomore Katelyn Tupen said the Berkeley College Republicans had the right to host a controversial speaker. But she wasn’t a fan of the campus shutdown.

“I got to study for my calculus midterm tomorrow,” she said.

The Thursday event marks the start of a parade of right-wing speakers who may be coming to campus over the next month. They include former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon and right-wing provocateurs Ann Coulter and Yiannopoulos, who announced that they will appear as part of a “Free Speech Week” event on campus.

The Los Angeles Times reports that arrests now total nine people, while the cost of security for the event amounts to $600,000.

Antifa Violence erupts at anti-white nationalist rally in Portland

ANTI-WHITE “STOP THE HATE” MARCH GETS UNDERWAY.

I had to spend 15 minutes looking for info on who was responsible for the violence. The mainstream media just won’t say. I’m surprised that the Portland police were allowed to Tweet out the truth.

MSN

PORTLAND — Violence broke out between opposing groups at an anti-white nationalist rally in Portland that left at least one police officer injured, CBS affiliate KOIN-TV reports.

Police made several arrests in the city’s downtown area as two groups faced off over different views on white nationalism.

The Portland Police Department tweeted that marchers and residents should clear the area for their own safety, adding that officers reported protesters attacking photographers and that projectiles were thrown at officers. They said several arrests were made and at least one officer was injured.

An opposition group held its own protest Sunday which was scheduled for around 2 p.m. local time but instead started around 12:30 p.m.

“We will be there with flags,” Joey Gibson of the Patriot Prayer Group said.

Officials said Friday that Portland Stands United Against Hate has a permit. It is not clear if Patriot Prayer does.

Authorities had previously announced a heightened police presence due to past violence between the opposition groups.

Mayor Ted Wheeler warned protesters that “illegal behavior is unacceptable.”

“We will not tolerate acts of violence. We will not tolerate vandalism. We will not tolerate criminal behavior,” Wheeler said.

Unlike earlier in the year, Portland is taking steps to protect Trump supporters, Christians, and pro-white citizens from violent attacks.

That’s progress.

Freaky Antifa Baker’s “Kill Nazis” Cake Sparks Controversy

To understand the modern American liberal left, you have to step back and ponder how much hate they feel for the ordinary working American whom the they parasite off of. Their rejection of God, work, and family show a demonically possessed group of urban dwellers who feed off of each other.

The cake at the center of this story isn’t the real story.

The truth we’re trying to get at is the mindset of people who are in mass hysteria over evil Nazis ready to kill them and take over the country. Ann Barnhardt would call that mindset diabolical narcissism. All of these freaks, given the chance, would herd normal people into Gulags–killing fields–in order to enjoy watching us starve to death. They project their own murderous rage onto normal people.

Daily Mail

A vegan baker has been inundated with reviews on her Facebook page after sharing a photo of a cake frosted with weapons and the words ‘Kill Nazis’.

Ashley Shotwell, an independent baker in Oakland, California, drew hundreds of critical reviews and thousands of supportive ones after posting the picture of the cake last month.

ASHLEY SHOTWELL. JUST YOUR AVERAGE GIRL NEXT DOOR.

Shotwell told SFGate that a customer requested the ‘Kill Nazis’ cake after seeing a colorful cake frosted with the words ‘Resist Fascism’ on her Instagram page shortly after the violent events in Charlottesville, Virginia last month.

The cake is frosted with the red and black colors of a flag used by antifa, short for anti-fascists, the frequently masked group that clashed with white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Charlottesville on August 12.

Antifa returned to the headlines last week, when a group of more than 100 attacked several Trump supporters in Berkeley, California.

Surrounding the words ‘Kill Nazis’ on Shotwell’s cake are frosting decorations of brass knuckles, a chain and a club studded with nails.

When Shotwell posted a video of the cake on Facebook, which she’s since taken down, she was hit by hundreds of negative reviews on her page, which previously only had about 20 reviews.

‘Your baked goods taste like putrid hate! You are a hateful person SHAME!’ wrote Stacey Daniels.

Some of the reviews claimed her cakes were filled with maggots or rainbow-colored armpit hair, and many contained vulgar personal attacks on Shotwell.

‘There were also a bunch saying they came into my bakery and I yelled at them about communism,’ Shotwell told SFGate, noting that her business does not have a storefront.

In response to the negative reviews, her page was flooded with positive reviews from supporters – over 2,000 of them.

These people are asking for a civil war. Imagine Ashley Shotwell and her army of masked Antifa trying to defend Oakland against a group of Southern militia. It wouldn’t be a pretty sight.

Leftist Antifa Expert Draws Dartmouth Faculty Support for Allegedly Advocating Violence Against “Nazis”

DR. MARK BRAY. ALLEGEDLY ENDORSES ANTIFA VIOLENCE.

Die Nazi Scum.

We’re seen the signs at so-called counterprotests held by the Antifa. We’ve also seen them attack people they consider to Nazis, which is anyone who disagrees with them.

Since the Anitfa petition went viral and caught everyone’s attention, I wonder if the faculty who supported the Antifa feel any embarrassment. The press moved from support to condemnation of the Communist/anarchists in a flash when it became expedient to do so. Professors haven’t been coming out against the Antifa that I know of.

Mark Bray should be fired for advocating violence, if that accusation is true. It’s one thing to hold political opinions, but entirely another thing to use the bully pulpit of the classroom and the TV interview to push others to go out and violate the law by attacking people with bike locks and baseball bats.

The New American

On August 21, Dartmouth College president Philip J. Hanlon issued a relatively mild public statement disavowing recent comments by one of the college’s lecturers in support of the violent actions of the anarcho-communist group Antifa. Now, more than 100 Dartmouth faculty members have signed a letter in support of the lecturer, Dr. Mark Bray, and are calling upon Dr. Hanlon to retract his statement.

Dr. Bray is the author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, and since the deadly battle in Charlottseville, Virginia, between Antifa cadres and neo-Nazis on August 12, he has shot to stardom, thanks to friendly interviews with NPR, CNN, NBC, Slate, Vox, Vice, and more.

As we noted in our August 29 article, Liberal Media: Cheerleaders for “Antifa” Communist Thugs, the violent Antifa extremists have been generously showered with sympathetic coverage by much of the media. On August 14, for example, Yahoo! News posted a story titled, “As neo-Nazis grow bolder, the ‘antifa’ has emerged to fight them.” Like many similar reports in the “mainstream” media, the article paid an obligatory nod to objectivity by quoting Antifa critics, but the upshot for many readers will be: “Finally, someone is standing up to the Nazi-KKK bullies!”

The masked, black-clad Antifa radicals scored a big media boost from NBC shortly after Charlottesville when Meet The Press featured a powderpuff interview by Chuck Todd of Mark Bray on August 16. Todd then brought Bray back for another friendly gabfest on August 20. Bray, a longtime militant activist and a visiting lecturer in Gender Studies at Dartmouth College, publicly let it be known that he is a supporter of Antifa. In other words, he is not coming under criticism merely because he is a scholar who has written a book about a subject he has researched. He has not, as far as we know, publicly admitted to taking part in violent and illegal Antifa activities, but he vocally endorses their actions and is viewed by both supporters and opponents as the chief theoretician and “public intellectual” of the militant movement. Bray previously wrote a sympathetic book promoting the Occupy Wall Street movement, which provided the training ground where the Antifa leaders recruited many of their activists, refined their Marxist-Leninist rhetoric, and honed their violent communist tactics.

Media Research Center (MRC) president Brent Bozell condemned the NBC whitewash of Antifa. “Violent leftists have broken into the mainstream and Chuck Todd is guilty of aiding and abetting,” Bozell charged. “It is abhorrent that NBC and Todd believe it acceptable to normalize extremist groups like Antifa which use terror to silence their opposition.”

Bozell continued: “After the initial interview with Bray, Chuck Todd had the opportunity to correct his mistake but instead chose to again allow a radical to promote domestic terrorism with little push back. Can you imagine Chuck Todd inviting a member of a militant right-wing group on his show to rationalize violence against the left? NBC must cease giving legitimacy to supporters of this violent left-wing movement immediately.”

A letter to President Hanlon defending Bray, reportedly signed by more than 100 Dartmouth faculty members, goes a long way to confirming charges (as if more confirmation were necessary) that much of academia has become totally dominated by the far-left. Bray’s Dartmouth comrades see no problem with his support for Antifa’s violent approach to shutting down speech of opponents. Antifa violence, of course, is not only limited to censoring speech, nor is it directed only at genuine fascists and racists. As we have seen repeatedly (and as we will show presently) the black-clad goons broadly apply the “fascist” label and viciously attack anyone who stands in the way of their radical anarchist-communist agenda.

The Dartmouth supporters cite the cornucopia of media attention Bray has received as evidence of his importance as a scholar, and then note that even more media glory is on the way with his upcoming nationwide book tour. “With the appearance last week of his new book on the subject — which has already sold 10,000 copies and been reviewed in the New Yorker–he is embarking on a 30-city book tour,” the faculty letter breathlessly relates. “He is speaking by invitation at campuses like Duke, NYU, and Colby. In short, his historical expertise is in demand around the country and internationally.”