The far-left group known as “antifa” has dramatically amplified its presence in the American political landscape since President Trump took office. Its violent tactics have been labeled terrorism by many, and there even exists a White House petition calling for the president to formally recognize the group as a terrorist organization.
Now, the group and their cohorts may be planning a revolution.
Antifa-affiliated group “Refuse Fascism” is calling for demonstrators to gather on November 4, demanding the “Trump/Pence regime” must go. The group claims the Trump administration is fascist and therefore must be resisted.
“This nightmare must end”, the Refuse Fascism website states in its call to action, “We will gather in the streets and public squares of cities and towns across this country, at first many thousands declaring that this whole regime is illegitimate and that we will not stop until our single demand is met: This Nightmare Must End: the Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!
Our protest must grow day after day and night after night—thousands becoming hundreds of thousands, and then millions—determined to act to put a stop to the grave danger that the Trump/Pence Regime poses to the world by demanding that this whole regime be removed from power.”
Such efforts will likely include violence, considering the Refuse Fascism group is actually a front for the Revolutionary Communist Party—a radical leftist group known for its call to “abolish the United States”. The aggressively anti-American faction was seen protesting the United States back in July, as they burned American flags outside of the Republican National Convention.
The party has even penned a manifesto entitled “The Constitution for the New Socialist Republic in North America” as a template for their planned post-American regime.
The Refuse Fascism front group also enables the Revolutionary Communist Party to join with other leftist groupings, notably various factions of antifa. Some of these groups, such as the Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement, have already called for stealing of others’ property, excusing the crime by calling it “expropriating”, claiming this is a necessary part of their revolution.
Ultimately, this is all nothing new. Throughout history, self-identified “anti-fascist” groups were largely a creation of European communist parties and often operated as “front groups”, just as groups like Refuse Fascism and antifa are doing today. In European countries, those who were opposed to “fascism,” however defined, would join the group and end up serving as foot soldiers for the communists. “Anti-fascism” during the Cold War provided the propaganda cover for communist tyranny, just as it does for the radical leftists today. The left has always referred to anyone who does not fall in line with their ideology as a fascist, and more often than not, “anti-fascism” is merely a disguise for card-carrying members of the Communist party.
It’s also no coincidence that today’s antifa draws its symbols and philosophy from the far-left groups that rose during Germany’s interwar periods. Even the red and black flag logo the movement uses was originally created by the German Communist Party. Although antifa may be more visible in today’s political landscape, the group’s core philosophy is not new. Antifa is merely a brand for already existing communist and anarchist activists that wish to disrupt government, sabotage Western values, and destroy the United States as we know it.
The November 4 event is consequently just the newest manifestation of a very old pattern, as the label of “anti-fascism” is used to conceal the true ideological agenda of the left. The protests—even if they become violent and destructive—will undoubtedly be covered by the liberal media as simply protests against President Trump.
However, those of us who have been paying attention know the truth. These protests are ultimately part of a calculated effort to promote communism and, to put it bluntly, the end of America itself.
I, for one, will not stand for any communist takeover of my country. Will you?