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Frank Hovis

Giraffe neck - a SJW thing?

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4 minutes ago, Fischer said:

Qudos to the Antifa guy for sticking his neck out and going on Tucker carlson Tonight.

 

Um... Seems he liked Tucker so much that he felt the need to go shout outside Tucker's house whilst Tucker's wife and daughters were home.

https://canadafreepress.com/article/antifa-terrorizes-tucker-carlsons-family

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Carlson identified one of the Antifa activists screaming outside his home as Mike Isaacson, the insouciant giraffe-necked academic who previously appeared on his TV program, “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

Isaacson lost his position at John Jay College after Twitter posts were found in which he celebrated violence against police and prayed for the assassination of Vice President Mike Pence. Isaacson tweeted he was no longer involved with Smash Racism DC but fully supports the harassment.

 

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1 minute ago, Errol said:

The antif guy just looks like he is deformed.

There is a spoof picture giving him a longer neck but I feel that was entirely unnecessary.

Why I'm suggesting the SJW line is that being built like this they will never have won a fight, probably never had one, and so will have avoided those little life lessons at a young age that plant people fairly and squarely in the real world where mouthing off unpopular opinions gets you a slap. 

As a consequence they have passed into adulthood still mouthing off but now on a larger scale.

A quick image search on boxers shows that they have fairly short muscular necks as it means that the head is not going to fly back when hit.

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=world+heavyweight+boxers&t=ffnt&atb=v97-5&iax=images&ia=images

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9 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Why I'm suggesting the SJW line is that being built like this they will never have won a fight, probably never had one, and so will have avoided those little life lessons at a young age that plant people fairly and squarely in the real world where mouthing off unpopular opinions gets you a slap. 

I don’t have a problem with them mouthing off unpopular opinions.

I have a problem with:

1). The idiots who listen to them and make those opinions policy.

2). Them trying to silence anyone with an equally valid opposing opinion.

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1 hour ago, Frank Hovis said:

Gimme a C

Gimme a U

Gimme a C

Gimme a K

 

Bet he uses Gillette blades too.

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1 hour ago, Frank Hovis said:

Green party MSP calling Churchill a white supremacist mass murderer:

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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8296380/piers-morgan-calls-scottish-msp-a-thick-ginger-turd-after-he-blasted-winston-churchill-as-a-white-supremacist-mass-murderer/

 

Founder of antifa (not Tucker Carlson):

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Ha!

Woes did a hangout with that long necked Antifa guy:

I dont think he is an antifa founder though, he’s a uni lecturer iirc. 

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35 minutes ago, Carl Fimble said:

Ha!

Woes did a hangout with that long necked Antifa guy:

I dont think he is an antifa founder though, he’s a uni lecturer iirc. 

He was; got the push fo his activities per TMT's post above.

9 minutes ago, SirGaz said:

Wasn't the professor the guy who belted someone with a bicycle u lock?

No. that was somebody else.

He lost his job too: Get Woke Go Broke.

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11 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

He was; got the push fo his activities per TMT's post above.

No. that was somebody else.

He lost his job too: Get Woke Go Broke.

Antifa have been about since the 1920’s/30’s though. Wikipedia has this on Antifa :

 

History

When Italian dictator Benito Mussoliniconsolidated power under his National Fascist Party in the mid-1920s, an oppositonal anti-fascist movement surfaced both in Italy and countries like the United States. Many anti-fascist leaders in the United States were syndicalist, anarchist, and socialist émigrés from Italy with experience in labor organizing and militancy.[26]

Although there is no organizational connection, the lineage of antifa in America can be traced to Weimar Germany,[27] where the first group described as "antifa" was Antifaschistische Aktion, formed in 1932 with the involvement of the Communist Party of Germany.[28]

After World War II, but prior to the development of the modern antifa movement, violent confrontations with fascist elements continued sporadically.[29]

Modern antifa politics can be traced to opposition to the infiltration of Britain's punk scene by white power skinheadsin the 1970s and 1980s, and the emergence of neo-Nazism in Germany following the fall of the Berlin Wall.[24] In Germany, young leftists, including anarchists and punk fans, renewed the practice of street-level anti-fascism.[24]Columnist Peter Beinart writes that "in the late '80s, left-wing punk fans in the United States began following suit, though they initially called their groups Anti-Racist Action (ARA) on the theory that Americans would be more familiar with fighting racism than they would be with fighting fascism."[24]

Mark Bray, author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, credits ARA as the precursor of the modern US antifa groups in the United States and Canada.[30] In the late 1980s and 1990s, ARA activists toured with popular punk rock and skinhead bands in order to prevent Klansmen, neo-Nazis and other assorted white supremacists from recruiting.[24][31][32] Their motto was "We go where they go" by which they meant that they would confront far-right activists in concerts and actively remove their materials from public places.[33] In 2002, the ARA disrupted a speech in Pennsylvania by Matthew F. Hale, the head of the white supremacist group World Church of the Creator, resulting in a fight and twenty-five arrests.[24]

Other antifa groups in the U.S. have other genealogies, for example in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where a group called the Baldies was formed in 1987 with the intent to fight neo-Nazi groups directly.[19]

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1 minute ago, Carl Fimble said:

Antifa have been about since the 1920’s/30’s though. Wikipedia has this on Antifa :

 

History

When Italian dictator Benito Mussoliniconsolidated power under his National Fascist Party in the mid-1920s, an oppositonal anti-fascist movement surfaced both in Italy and countries like the United States. Many anti-fascist leaders in the United States were syndicalist, anarchist, and socialist émigrés from Italy with experience in labor organizing and militancy.[26]

Although there is no organizational connection, the lineage of antifa in America can be traced to Weimar Germany,[27] where the first group described as "antifa" was Antifaschistische Aktion, formed in 1932 with the involvement of the Communist Party of Germany.[28]

After World War II, but prior to the development of the modern antifa movement, violent confrontations with fascist elements continued sporadically.[29]

Modern antifa politics can be traced to opposition to the infiltration of Britain's punk scene by white power skinheadsin the 1970s and 1980s, and the emergence of neo-Nazism in Germany following the fall of the Berlin Wall.[24] In Germany, young leftists, including anarchists and punk fans, renewed the practice of street-level anti-fascism.[24]Columnist Peter Beinart writes that "in the late '80s, left-wing punk fans in the United States began following suit, though they initially called their groups Anti-Racist Action (ARA) on the theory that Americans would be more familiar with fighting racism than they would be with fighting fascism."[24]

Mark Bray, author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, credits ARA as the precursor of the modern US antifa groups in the United States and Canada.[30] In the late 1980s and 1990s, ARA activists toured with popular punk rock and skinhead bands in order to prevent Klansmen, neo-Nazis and other assorted white supremacists from recruiting.[24][31][32] Their motto was "We go where they go" by which they meant that they would confront far-right activists in concerts and actively remove their materials from public places.[33] In 2002, the ARA disrupted a speech in Pennsylvania by Matthew F. Hale, the head of the white supremacist group World Church of the Creator, resulting in a fight and twenty-five arrests.[24]

Other antifa groups in the U.S. have other genealogies, for example in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where a group called the Baldies was formed in 1987 with the intent to fight neo-Nazi groups directly.[19]

Not convinced that the current Antofagasta can trace their lineage back to this. You just need to look at the flags. More akin to those on the other side. All they need are the stylish uniforms and jackboots and the ensemble is complete 

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Just now, One percent said:

Not convinced that the current Antofagasta can trace their lineage back to this. You just need to look at the flags. More akin to those on the other side. All they need are the stylish uniforms and jackboots and the ensemble is complete 

Dunno, I think their current logo looks pretty similar to the German 1930’s one : 

 
220px-Antifalogo_alt2.svg.png
Logo of Antifaschistische Aktion, the militant anti-fascist network in 1930s Germany that inspired the Antifa movement

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1 minute ago, Carl Fimble said:

Dunno, I think their current logo looks pretty similar to the German 1930’s one : 

 
220px-Antifalogo_alt2.svg.png
Logo of Antifaschistische Aktion, the militant anti-fascist network in 1930s Germany that inspired the Antifa movement

I think that there are parallels from things that were subsequently adopted but he is to blame for getting it started in the US in the last few years.

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4 minutes ago, Carl Fimble said:

Dunno, I think their current logo looks pretty similar to the German 1930’s one : 

 
220px-Antifalogo_alt2.svg.png
Logo of Antifaschistische Aktion, the militant anti-fascist network in 1930s Germany that inspired the Antifa movement

This is the one I was thinking of. 

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