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Antifa Group at U. Texas Austin Proposes ‘Law Enforcement Incineration Day’

Antifa Group at U. Texas Austin Proposes ‘Law Enforcement Incineration Day’

“We are dedicated to the complete abolition of all systems of domination and hierarchy”

https://twitter.com/JackSmithIV/status/901935615876374529

These are the same people that many liberals in media compared to American soldiers storming the beach at Normandy.

Campus Reform reports:

Antifa group proposes ‘Law Enforcement Incineration Day’

An Antifa student group at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) has proposed that “Law Enforcement Appreciation Day” be rebranded as “Law Enforcement Incineration Day.”

“Instead of #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay how about #LawEnforcementIncinerationDay,” the group Autonomous Student Network (ASN) Austin tweeted on January 9, accompanied by a photo of a policeman engulfed in flames.

According to Time, the unidentified 41-year-old officer depicted in the photo was patrolling the streets of Paris, France on May 1, 2017—otherwise known as “May Day,” a date associated with violent protests—when he was struck by a Molotov cocktail that inflicted third-degree burns.

ASN Austin describes itself on its Facebook page as “an organization that seeks to promote student autonomy through direct action tactics.”

“We are dedicated to the complete abolition of all systems of domination and hierarchy. We stand absolutely against white supremacy, settler colonialism, cisheteropatriarchy, ableism, the state, and capitalism as systems which organize violent and hierarchical relationships between social groups,” the group declares.

“We see the state as integral to all forms of domination,” the description continues, adding that “we see police as an extension of this and refuse any negotiation with the cops.”

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Gah! UT is one of the schools on my daughter’s radar; it just went down on the Mommy list. I really don’t want my child at a school with an active group likely to incite violence and burn things, like dorms. I wonder if universities think about these things when they nurture these nasty little vipers?

    healthguyfsu in reply to Anonamom. | January 13, 2018 at 3:18 pm

    Dont’ be fooled by the state of residence. UT Austin is one of the worst political climates in the country for conservative students at university. They are wannabe Berkeley and have a chip about it.

      Anonamom in reply to healthguyfsu. | January 13, 2018 at 3:57 pm

      I know that Austin is liberal and expect a certain level of liberal idiocy on every college campus. An active antifa group is a bit beyond the pale, though. Le sigh. It’s a bit difficult to find schools that offer both a quality mathematics program as well as a quality Russian program. Of course, she’s only 15, so her interests may yet change. Not to mention generous merit aid. As I said, le sigh.

“We are dedicated to the complete abolition of all systems of domination and hierarchy”

Except, of course, domination headed by themselves in the form of violent action.

Does their organization have a hierarchy? Who runs it? Who proposes these actions and directs these empty headed idiots where to go and what to do? It can’t be spontaneous. Who supplies the funding? You’d bet that those funding these days of rage are going to want some objectives met in exchange for the funding.

President Trump should mobilize Federal Law enforcement the deal with these fascists the same way the KKK was dealt with.

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