Andy Ngo has been working on the origins of Antifa for the past year. The results of his investigation are published in his book “Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy America”. Since I wrote about them in 2016 under the chapter of “Soros and Antifa” and listed Soros payments to them, it has passed more than four years. The new list would be much longer and thicker. These once mommy’s-baseman macaronies have been under intense physical training in workshops paid by Soros Open Society and have been considerably changed. They now practice to kill, and their main goal is to overthrow America. Not because Biden or Harris or AOC or politician so and wants but because they hate her. They have been radicalized to hate her to use their bodies as a human shield.
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There are direct Antifa-Soros Connections. He was behind the inaugural protests against President Donald Trump. Connecting with organizations and professionals like Teresa Gutierrez of the “Workers World Party,” who proclaims “this is the revolution that will take Donald Trump down and make America a socialist country.” The planetary parasite says it as it is.
Who wants to stop him?
The objective of these paid protesters is to scare people and force them to react with anger and outrage to “their” version of reality and to destabilizing America, pushing the country to the verge of a civil war. Where will the civil war lead us? “Order emerges via chaos.” Remember the hammer in chapter two? They created Antifa anarchists as the “Revolution” hammer to shut you down, make chaos, weaken the police, and bring the country down.
“Alliance for Global Justice” is another important organization funded by George Soros-backed “Tides Foundation” and plays a significant role behind Antifa. Soros donated $50,000 in 2004 and 2006 from his Open Society. Tide Foundation has also funded the Council for American Islamic Relations (CAIR), which supposedly is the leading front group for Islamic radicals in America. CAIR needs an entire book to talk about it. It is all over America, and its power has dangerously increased. This is just one of Soros’s creations so you probably can understand the level of corruption and damage that we are talking about.
“Alliance for Global Justice” claims to refuse Fascism, which as we discussed earlier, it is indeed “Fascist” by acting as it brags about using violence to shut down conservative and libertarian speech and sings the stupid Kumbaya that “talking peacefully to conservatives, normalizes their views.”These people can lock us up in Chinese-style reform camps where we remain until we think right and right means what “they” want us to think. Democracy of Che Guevara and Alinsky, funded by Soros backed by the hard left.
“Alliance for Global Justice” (AfGJ), according to its most recent 990 tax form, has received $2.2 million in funding for the fiscal year ending in March 2016 and one of the group’s biggest donors is the Tides Foundation, funded by guess who? George Soros.
So “Workers World Organization,” “ANSWER,” “Media Matters,” which are all backbones of Antifa are all directly tied to Soros. They have directly backed the Berkeley riots. At a New York Antifa riot, there was a sign carried by an agitator and at the bottom of it was printed “Worker’s World Organization” and had the website written at the bottom, all belonged to Soros.”
The article below by the Epoch Times contains recent and reliable information about their upgraded activities. Andrew Ngo in an interview with the Epoch Times has described their tactics and mentality. I was not able to embed their video here as you should it on their main website. But I added other videos from Ngo explaining the same thing. The article by the Epoch Times however is a beautiful article to read.
Antifa is both an ideology and a movement that uses intimidation and violence to oppose capitalism and anybody who disagrees with its far-left, anarchist political agenda, says journalist Andy Ngo, an expert on the anarcho-communist group.
In September 2020, FBI Director Christopher Wray described Antifa as more of an ideological movement than an organization.
“Antifa is a real thing. It’s not a group or an organization. It’s a movement, or an ideology may be one way of thinking of it,” Wray said, acknowledging that Antifa does have “small groups,” or “nodes.”
But Ngo told The Epoch Times in an interview with the “Crossroads” program that Antifa is “more than an idea. It’s also a movement.” It has networks of organizations, and some of them are organized into formal groups, he said.
One of its groups is Rose City Antifa, “the oldest Antifa organization in the U.S.,” which is based in Portland, Oregon, the epicenter of the movement’s violent activity, Ngo said.
Ngo has also uncovered a lot of evidence showing that Antifa is a formal organization, which he presented in his upcoming book “Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy”
Antifa is extremely well-organized into secret cells and meeting locations, he said. Its training curriculum mirrors a lot of what is included in the radicalization process that jihadists put Muslims through, he said. It launches some events that look like social gatherings, such as soccer leagues, to recruit people and disseminate its extremist literature and later carry out riots, Ngo said.
Antifa has many chapters in different cities such as the Torch Network or Atlanta Antifa that “are formal groups,” he said.
Rose City Antifa states on its website that it works to oppose racial prejudice, bigotry, fascism, and fascist organizing.
Ngo said that Antifa doesn’t use the academic definition of fascism that refers to the national socialism of the Nazis or Italian Fascist Party. Antifa remade the definition of fascism for its own use by “describing it essentially as anything that is in opposition to the far-left political agenda,” Ngo said, adding that Antifa has always considered liberal democracy and capitalism as fascism.
For example, Antifa called both the Trump administration and the United States itself fascist, Ngo said.
The original Antifa was established during the interwar years in Germany as a “paramount tree of the German Communist Party,” Ngo said. In East Germany, Antifa’s ideology was institutionalized into the formal ideology of the German communist state; he noted that the Berlin Wall was officially called “the anti-fascist defense barrier.”
How Antifa Works
Antifa works together with socialist and communist groups such as the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) because they have a common enemy in the United States, its institutions, civil society, and free markets.
The DSA, America’s largest socialist organization, is in reality a communist organization, according to Trevor Loudon, an author and filmmaker who has been researching radical Marxist and terrorist groups and their covert influence on mainstream politics for more than 30 years.
Antifa and communist organizations have ultimately different agendas, but currently have enough in common to work together, Ngo said. It’s that same type of coalition that was built throughout 2020 between Antifa and Black Lives Matter (BLM)–a movement founded by militant communists, he said.
The communist goal to establish a totalitarian state is in contradiction to the anarchist aspect of Antifa’s agenda, but for now it has partnered “in calling for the end of American criminal justice system, demonizing free markets, demonizing property ownership,” Ngo said.
The ultimate agenda of Antifa is to abolish nation states all around the world and to create anarchist, communist communes, Ngo said.
“They believe that they can actually organize society without a government,” he said.
One principle shared by Antifa and communists is that nobody should own private property.
Although “it sounds like a big wild fantasy that [Antifa] will never achieve,” Ngo said, Antifa was actually able to claim territory in the United States in 2020 by establishing the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) in Seattle.
Ngo, who spent some time there, said “it was a lawless area.” Homicides, arsons, shootings, and sexual assaults occurred in the zone. Warlords competed with each other, a hard border was created, and armed volunteers guarded it.
“They thought that they didn’t need capitalism to function,” Ngo said, but the zone was only able to sustain itself only because of donations from the United States as restaurants and people provided food and supplies.
Antifa uses the tactic of terrorizing its targets through a sustained onslaught of intimidation, which includes publicly releasing one’s personal information such as private addresses, place of employment, employer contact information, and phone numbers, a practice known as doxing, Ngo said.
The goal is to fill a person with dread that they can be attacked from anywhere, he said.
Ngo himself was physically attacked by Antifa in June 2019. Antifa members beat and robbed him, and hurled cups of cement mixed into milkshakes at him. As a result of this assault, Ngo suffered a brain injury and was hospitalized.
Ngo said that he’s had to undergo various therapies and treatments to address his injuries, but to this day he has not received any justice.
Antifa recently demanded that the largest independent bookstore in Portland remove Ngo’s new book from its shelves and online catalog, he said. The store agreed to pull the book from its shelves but resisted removing it from its catalog.
Ngo expressed sympathy for the store, a family-owned business, because he knows that Antifa is good at following through on its threats. It has a record of setting businesses on fire or initiating looting.
Despite these incidents and other threats, Ngo continues to expose Antifa because he wants to provide this information to a wider audience.
He said he hopes the information he provides helps “those in law enforcement to actually begin to seriously work on systematically dismantling these [Antifa] networks, and more importantly, also to challenge the ideology that they are polluting the minds of people with.”
Jack Phillips contributed to this report.