New terrorist group: they MUST be stopped from entering Asgardia! ¶
By: S. Crawford(Asgardian) on 24 January 2017, 7:19 p.m.
The American Anti-Fascist movement--known colloquially as "AntiFa"--attended the Donald Trump inauguration, "DeploraBall" and several other events in Washington, DC. During their tenure there, AntiFa have utterly destroyed swathes of personal and business property; physically assaulted people, even if they were not actually Trump supporters; set fire to a limosine; assaulted police officers; and brandished weapons and other implements at both police officers and civilians.
AntiFa is an extremely dangerous and hostile organization, and I have yet to personally find one single video in which AntiFa is able to have a cogent conversation with ANYONE on the ground. They are not there to protest, but to instigate riots and encourage "Black Bloc" tactics. They are regularly armed with seemingly harmless flags. These flags are in fact used as blunt weapons by AntiFa to attack anybody who shows aggression back at them. They have openly lied to police about the purpose of the flags as well as the materials they were made with. Make no mistake--these flags are weapons.
The aims of the organization are, according to their own website, extremely dangerous. They have no interest in political discourse, but rather would like to "co-operate to defeat fascism". They never provide a definition of fascism, nor do they provide any resources for "de-radicalizing" individuals with fascists tendencies.
The Anti-Fascist Network is not about telling people how to campaign in their areas, what type of anti-fascist activity they should undertake or what political analysis they should adopt. We simply want to cooperate to defeat fascism.
This is not a legitimate organization.
I suggest that AntiFa immediately be branded by Asgardia as a terrorist organization, and that we deny entry to any individual who is associated or who has formerly associated with AntiFa. Any individual associated with AntiFa should be arrested and tried for terrorism.
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