FIRST, note the above, for it’s what got me going on this looong post. Note both Trump’s remarks and the person who decoded the mispelled word “supremest” to possibly link Antifa to the CIA. True? Trump does speak in code at times.
Initially, when I saw the original Trump tweet about Antifa as OWS rebranded, I got pissed off. Right away, doubt arose. Who IS Trump, that he would link that obviously idealistic, hopeful, non-violent movement that called, via living communal example, for a more promising future for all, to the violence of Antifa thugs?
But then I decided to dig a bit, into the origins of Antifa, and so on. First came across an article which notes the polarization back then between OWS and the Tea Party, active only during the 2012 election cycle. (In 2013, the Tea Party was shut down by the IRS, and finally received comupance by the Justice Department in 2017. ) Back then, the usual polarity was observed: In this case, The Tea Party was branded as violent and OWS branded as non-violent. And yet, according to this article there were two groups of people who frequented the New York City OWS. The hippie artist caring communal folks by day (which I very much identified with, and posted a series of articles about consistently caring, communal Occupy Bloomington), and “professional protestors” by night. So if that’s the case, then Trump might be half-right: Antifa IS (that split within) OWS rebranded.
Which reminds me. Re: the many photos and videos of pallets of bricks on streets of Democrat-run cities dropped off prior to scheduled protests: these piles are obviously sourced from somewhere, and, all by themselves, demonstrate that either Antifa, and/or supposedly free-floating anarchist groups, are actually, somehow, at least at this point, organized and directed from some kind of top-down organization. George Soros? Bill Gates? Both? Or: there may also be at least one more layer (of course). Namely, that we are meant to notice, via the stacked bricks (and caged stones, BTW), the coordination of these protests which are meant to turn violent, in order to incite further fear, anger, chaos, etc., and yes, of course, “TO BRING IN THE NEW WORLD ORDER.”
Then there’s the very instructive video of the young black man who called out Antifa as having corrupted Black Lives Matter a few years ago.
Plus, my housemate Dan tells me that some liberals are now warning about the bricks, and urging peaceful protestors NOT to take the bait. If so, a split seems to be developing between liberals and extreme leftists. Thank goodness! I watched in awe and horror as my liberal home turned more and more extreme over the past what? decade? — so much so that it was one of the nudges that led me to me flip to mostly conservative.
Here’s one interesting version of the historical origins of Antifa, written three years ago:
In any case, it appears that Antifa gained steam when Trump became President in 2016. In short, I’d call Antifa (a more or less violent, young people’s version) of TDS.
If you look at nothing else today, watch this next video all the way through. Not long. Pulls no punches. This is the same Lara Logan who had the goods on Epstein three years in advance and her network refused to run it.
Okay, one more, this from Robert David Steele, once a CIA operative himself (see above Trump quote) to wit: Both the Black Man (who didn’t die) and the White Cop that knelt on him were actors, well paid agents provocateurs, to get this intricately designed false flag going, incite divisions, civil war, burn down America, and of course, above all, make sure Trump doesn’t get re-elected. (Steele is by no means the only one who says the man didn’t die. The difference is, this CIA man is intimately familiar with false flags through the decades.)