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    The Unmasking Antifa Act

    ‘Unmasking Antifa Act’ in House Proposes 15-Year Prison Term

    A bill proposed in the U.S. House of Representatives known as the “Unmasking Antifa Act of 2018” would seek to criminalize “committing certain offenses while in disguise.”

    The bill is being proposed by Rep. Dan Donovan (R-NY), Rep. Peter King (R-NY), Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), and Rep. Ted Budd (R-N.C.). The bill was introduced in June, but it received a push from conservative commentator Mike Cernovich, who retweeted Mic reporter Jack Smith IV on Tuesday. They called on people to contact their representatives to vote for the bill. A number of local Antifa groups, including the Rose City Antifa, postedtheir disdain about the proposal on social media.

    Under the act, anyone wearing a mask who injures, threatens, intimidates, or oppresses people “in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege” will be imprisoned for up to 15 years.

    The bill’s name makes reference to Antifa, the far-left extremist group that frequently advocates using violence and sparks riots to block conservative speakers and events. Antifa often use black masks and are clad in all black.

    The bill reads: “Whoever, whether or not acting under color of law, while in disguise, including while wearing a mask, injures, oppresses, threatens, or intimidates any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his having so exercised the same, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 15 years, or both.”


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    Cowards who can't stand behind their convictions and actions typically hide behind a mask.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herr Rentz View Post
    Cowards who can't stand behind their convictions and actions typically hide behind a mask.
    Or a username and avatar

    I agree that Anti-FA are complete cowards, but not because of their tendency to operate anonymously. That, in itself, is merely a tactical consideration, to avoid judicial consequences. I am convinced that as good as everyone of them would happily and openly broadcast and brag about their assaults on 'thought-criminals' to the whole World, were it not for their conduct actually being illegal.

    Hopefully, this act will put a great deal of them behind bars. And prisons in America being what they are, I am sure their stay will prove to be a valuable and effective reeducation in racial group-dynamic theory.
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    I think they have already been designated a terror group in the US?

    You can't but notice that antifa is only active in areas where firearms rights are restricted. In states where open and concealed carry is legal antifa is almost non-existent.
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    Exactly. Out here in fly-over country they'd have their asses handed to them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpearBrave View Post
    I think they have already been designated a terror group in the US?
    Anti-FA has never been a centralized organization, with official leadership, membership or other concrete structures. At least not in modern times, to my knowledge. It is more of a movement of decentralized, individual groups, which lay dormant until they see the need to wreck havoc. As such, there is really no way to make Anti-FA illegal. Only to arrest and prosecute individuals committing crimes. It's quite an ingenious scheme they've got going.

    Nationalists are way too concerned about 'order' and 'hierarchy' to form something similar. But maybe it's the exact thing we need; a common banner to fly under, with a specific set of objectives, ruled by a complete free-for-all.

    Quote Originally Posted by SpearBrave View Post
    You can't but notice that antifa is only active in areas where firearms rights are restricted. In states where open and concealed carry is legal antifa is almost non-existent.
    There was quite a presence by Anti-FA in Charlottesville last year, and lots of guns being present. It didn't seem to put them off by much.
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    If Antifa was banned, (((Deep State))) would simply sponsor another civil terrorist group instead.

    Still, this is at least a start!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oreiar View Post
    Or a username and avatar
    Theres a difference between anonymity on the internet and anti-fa terrorists. Anti-fa cheerfully drives people to suicide after doxxing them
    and the like to throw acid in peoples faces. Theres a slight bit of a difference.

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    Antifa hide behind masks because they are intent on violence. They would do it less if they had to show their face, as they could be identified. Over here not a lot would happen, since they'd blame it on the right-wingers - they started it, they "just reacted" to the violence & so on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by oreiar View Post
    Anti-FA has never been a centralized organization, with official leadership, membership or other concrete structures. At least not in modern times, to my knowledge. It is more of a movement of decentralized, individual groups, which lay dormant until they see the need to wreck havoc. As such, there is really no way to make Anti-FA illegal. Only to arrest and prosecute individuals committing crimes. It's quite an ingenious scheme they've got going.
    There is central leadership and funding behind antifa at least in the US, go to youtube and watch as many you can of the videos of fights between antifa and Trump supporters. Notice there are always a few older folks hanging around behind the antifa lines, these are their leaders and they are getting funding someplace, follow the money and it will tell you who and what funds these radicals.

    Nationalists are way too concerned about 'order' and 'hierarchy' to form something similar. But maybe it's the exact thing we need; a common banner to fly under, with a specific set of objectives, ruled by a complete free-for-all.
    Yes, that is exactly what Nationalist want is order and that very fact should be promoted.

    There was quite a presence by Anti-FA in Charlottesville last year, and lots of guns being present. It didn't seem to put them off by much.
    Antifa was not near as violent as they were in Berkley or Seattle where they have much stricter gun laws.

    Here is short video about antifa and how they are very organized.


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