Oh, for the luvva Pete. I guess we’re all fascists now. Excerpt:
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.
Our actions will reflect the values of respect for all of humanity and the world we want — in stark contrast to the hate and bigotry of the Trump/Pence fascist regime.
Sunsara Taylor, who is with the organization, said they are planning “a mass non-violent political protest.” She said “the misinformation and lies being spread by the alt-right echo chamber about Antifa planning a civil war … are lies through and through.”
Taylor herself does not identify as “Antifa,” but said that the group welcomes protestors from all backgrounds, including those “who identify as Antifa, as well as Hillary supporters, Bernie people … ”
Obviously, any protest that welcomes Antifa and “black bloc” anarchist participation has a very high probability of becoming violent — something to keep in mind if you live in any of the cities on Refuse Fascism’s list.
I’ve spoken at length in the past about self-styled “anarchists” and what would almost certainly happen to them in an honest-to-gosh anarchy (a speedy and probably not painless death) so I won’t belabor that point any further. Instead, I’ll just point out one obvious truth to these nuts:
Do you want more Trump? Because this is how you get more Trump.
Hasn’t it occurred to any of these gonifs that in a real fascist state, they would have all been arrested, given a fair trial and executed by now? This protest is almost the dictionary definition of “First World Problems” – the protesters, if you sum up their concerns in a single sentence, are saying “We don’t like Donald Trump so HE MUST BE A FASCIST!”
Seriously. None of these dipshits could provide a working definition of actual fascism if you kept them at it for a year. A thousand chimps beating on a thousand typewriters for a thousand years would have better odds of producing a successful set of governing principles.