Asian Teacher Who Punched a Neo-Nazi Says It Isn’t a Crime


In general, courts do not like novel legal theories.

Professional agitator Yvette Felarca has proposed a novel legal theory. If you violently attack a person that she considers to be a fascist, then all is well since you’ve done nothing criminal.

In all honesty, this Filipina (or whatever ethnicity she is) may pick up one paycheck from the public school system, but she surely picks up cash on the side from her gig as a loud-mouthed agitator for Communist causes. Soros money?

Huffington Post

A middle school teacher in Berkeley, California, accused of punching a neo-Nazi during a 2016 protest is arguing that standing up to fascism is not a crime.

Yvette Felarca, 47, was arrested last month for her involvement in a June 2016 anti-fascist demonstration held in Sacramento.

Felarca, who is a member of an activist group called By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), has been charged with felony assault, as well as two misdemeanor counts of inciting and participating in a riot, according to KPIX TV.

Footage of the demonstration appears to show Felarca repeatedly punching a member of the Traditionalist Worker Party, a white nationalist group described as ”a front for neo-Nazi sympathizers” by ABC 10. The taller man is holding up his hands while trying to get police officers to help. Other protesters drag the man to the ground before the police intervene.

At her arraignment last week, Felarca told the court that the charges against her are false and should be dropped.

“Standing up against fascism and the rise of Nazism and fascism in this country is not a crime,” she said. “We have the right to defend ourselves.”

Back in 2016, Felarca told reporters that the goal of the demonstration was to “shut down the Nazi scum.”

“They are organizing to attack and kill us,” she said at the time, according to Al Jazeera. “So we have a right to self-defense. … That is why we have to shut them down by any means necessary.”

Felarca told the Los Angeles Times back then that her group’s protest was a success because it chased away the neo-Nazis and kept them from recruiting new members.

Felarca’s next scheduled court date is Oct. 4.

She is scheduled to teach at her Berkeley middle school when the students return later this month and cannot be legally fired unless she is convicted of a felony, according to KPIX TV.

Tucker was a little off his game in this interview with Felarca.

Read an earlier saboteur post on BAMN and Felarca here.


Mussolini Explains Fascism in His Own Writings

This post is 10,000 words compared to the usual 500 to 600. It’s all Mussolini 1932 and nothing else.

A concise explanation of fascism can be read at this WordPress blog.

Like all sound political conceptions, Fascism is action and it is thought; action in which doctrine is immanent, and doctrine arising from a given system of historical forces in which it is inserted, and working on them from within (1). It has therefore a form correlated to contingencies of time and space; but it has also an ideal content which makes it an expression of truth in the higher region of the history of thought (2). There is no way of exercising a spiritual influence in the world as a human will dominating the will of others, unless one has a conception both of the transient and the specific reality on which that action is to be exercised, and of the permanent and universal reality in which the transient dwells and has its being. To know men one must know man; and to know man one must be acquainted with reality and its laws. There can be no conception of the State which is not fundamentally a conception of life: philosophy or intuition, system of ideas evolving within the framework of logic or concentrated in a vision or a faith, but always, at least potentially, an organic conception of the world.


Thus many of the practical expressions of Fascism such as party organization, system of education, and discipline can only be understood when considered in relation to its general attitude toward life. A spiritual attitude (3). Fascism sees in the world not only those superficial, material aspects in which man appears as an individual, standing by himself, self-centered, subject to natural law, which instinctively urges him toward a life of selfish momentary pleasure; it sees not only the individual but the nation and the country; individuals and generations bound together by a moral law, with common traditions and a mission which suppressing the instinct for life closed in a brief circle of pleasure, builds up a higher life, founded on duty, a life free from the limitations of time and space, in which the individual, by self-sacrifice, the renunciation of self-interest, by death itself, can achieve that purely spiritual existence in which his value as a man consists.
The conception is therefore a spiritual one, arising from the general reaction of the century against the materialistic positivism of the XIXth century. Anti-positivistic but positive; neither skeptical nor agnostic; neither pessimistic nor supinely optimistic as are, generally speaking, the doctrines (all negative) which place the center of life outside man; whereas, by the exercise of his free will, man can and must create his own world.

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Trump Names Three “Racists” to Top Posts, Liberals Butthurt

The smell of liberal butthurt lingers heavily in the air tonight.

Donald Trump has selected three major figures for his administration who reject cuckism and the cuckist philosophy.

The country is going to be in better hands than it was before.

Los Angeles Times

President-elect Donald Trump has announced his first appointments, and anyone who hoped that he would reach out to more mainstream voices in his party — or make a gesture to the majority of voters who didn’t support him — will be deeply disappointed. Trump campaigned on a platform of hostility toward immigrants and Muslims and portrayed his Democratic opponent as a criminal; the three appointees announced Friday share some or all of those noxious views.

No, actually Trump campaigned on jobs and public safety. Liberal minds perceive that as racist.

Trump promised to change Washington, so it would be foolish to expect him to fill the executive branch with seasoned establishment figures. Nevertheless, he has promised to be the president for all Americans, and his appointments should reflect that.

Retired Gen. Michael Flynn, Trump’s choice as national security advisor — a post that doesn’t require Senate confirmation — has been if anything more insulting to Muslims than the president he will advise. In February, Flynn, a former defense intelligence chief in the Obama administration who shares Trump’s fondness for Twitter, tweeted a YouTube video listing bombings committed by Muslims with the title “Fear of Muslims is RATIONAL.” He has reportedly referred to the Islamic faith as “a cancer” and a political ideology.

Flynn also has served Trump with a rabid partisanship that has bewildered his former colleagues in the military. In a speech at the Republican National Convention endorsing Trump, a manic Flynn incited delegates who were calling for Hillary Clinton’s imprisonment. “Yeah, that’s right,” Flynn told them. “Lock her up.”

Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Trump’s choice for attorney general, was an early supporter of Trump’s campaign and, not coincidentally, has relentlessly opposed legislation that would provide a path to citizenship for immigrants living in the country illegally. More problematic is that Sessions led the charge against a rational and bipartisan immigration reform bill.

Sessions also is a troubling choice for those who expect the Justice Department to be vigilant about the protection of the civil rights of racial minorities. Thirty years ago the Senate Judiciary Committee rejected his nomination for a federal judgeship after allegations (which he denied) that he made racist remarks. On Friday the president of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund said that Sessions had a “decades-long record . . . of opposing civil rights and equality.”

To head the Central Intelligence Agency, Trump tapped Rep. Mike Pompeo of Kansas, a caustic critic of Hillary Clinton in connection with the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi — a partisan and disingenuous line of attack. Pompeo has also lamented the closure of secret CIA prisons overseas and opposed the Iran nuclear agreement, a deal that may not be perfect but is far better than the alternatives. On Thursday he tweeted: “I look forward to rolling back this disastrous deal with the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism.” President Obama and many foreign-policy experts are trying to convince the president-elect not to follow through with his campaign promise to “renegotiate” the agreement.

The Flynn appointment is a fait accompli, but the Senate has an obligation to scrutinize the Sessions and Pompeo nominations to ensure that both appointees would abide by the law as written by Congress and not just indulge the whims of a willful president.

The president-elect has many more appointments to make, and it’s possible that they will move the administration in a more inclusive direction. We especially hope that Trump’s choices to head the State and Defense Departments will be able to counter Flynn’s influence with Trump, especially when it comes to relations with the Muslim world. But so far the Trump administration is looking less like a Lincoln-esque team of rivals than an echo chamber.

Three for three. We’re winning.

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The Shame I Feel as the USA, the World’s Bully, Provokes WWIII with Russia

Russian navy ship

Russian navy ship

When I was growing up, the Americans were the good guys and the Russians were the bad guys. How sad it is that this country seeks to create an empire based on bullying, intimidation, murder, and war.

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the US has ringed Russia with military bases, nuclear warplanes and missiles as part of its “Nato Enlargement Project”. Reneging a US promise to Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev in 1990 that Nato would not expand “one inch to the east”, Nato has all but taken over eastern Europe. In the former Soviet Caucuses, Nato’s military build-up is the most extensive since the second world war.

In February, the United States mounted one of its proxy “colour” coups against the elected government of Ukraine; the shock troops were fascists. For the first time since 1945, a pro-Nazi, openly anti-Semitic party controls key areas of state power in a European capital. No Western European leader has condemned this revival of fascism on the border of Russia. Some 30 million Russians died in the invasion of their country by Hitler’s Nazis, who were supported by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, the UPA, responsible for numerous Jewish and Polish massacres. The UPA was the military wing, inspiring today’s Svoboda party.

Since Washington’s putsch in Kiev — and Moscow’s inevitable response in Russian Crimea, to protect its Black Sea Fleet — the provocation and isolation of Russia have been inverted in the news to the “Russian threat”. This is fossilised propaganda. The US Air Force general who runs Nato forces in Europe – General Breedlove, no less — claimed more than two weeks ago to have pictures showing 40,000 Russian troops “massing” on the border with Ukraine. So did Colin Powell claim to have pictures of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. What is certain is that Obama’s rapacious, reckless coup in Ukraine has ignited a civil war and Vladimir Putin is being lured into a trap.

Read the whole article here.

More information on Russia, truthful information, can be found at The Rise of Russia.