American Anarchy

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America is experiencing a very sad and emotional filled time in the country’s history. A deplorable and despicable example of racial hatred was the spark that ignited peaceful protests and unfortunately rioting, looting and destruction. This looting was a senseless act of lawlessness where businesses were robbed and destroyed in neighborhoods that had been rocked by the Corona Virus epidemic and were preparing to reopen after weeks of being shutdown. Much of this destruction was not triggered by a protest against the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. Much of this destruction was triggered by outside agitators that took advantage of the frustration from weeks of quarantining followed by racial frustrations following the death of George Floyd. These subversive agents entered the crowds of protesters, incited violence and inflicted this form of anarchy in major cities across the United States.

An American President, somber, strong and prophetic once stated, “At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer, if it ever reaches us, it must spring up amongst us. It will not come from abroad. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freeman, we must live through all time, or die by suicide.”

To simplify this statement, we will not be destroyed from outside but instead we will destroy ourselves. The President, Abraham Lincoln, spoke this in 1838 and sends a clear message to a growing nation.

In the 1960s another world leader stated, “We do not have to invade the United States, we will destroy you from within.” This is a quote attributed to the late Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev; a leader bent on destroying democracy, freedom and capitalism and replacing it with communism.

We are experiencing a form of anarchy that is being masked by the sincere distress of the death of a black man at the hands of an unscrupulous policeman in Minnesota. Anarchy is defined as “a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of authority.” This man’s death should be a time for internal reflection, a time to mourn and a time to question what a better path looks like. Instead this has been hijacked by those that want to see America overthrown and who are using emotion to accomplish their terrible deeds. This is anarchy at its best and the methods deployed across America displays a methodical coordinated attack. This is straight from the Communist playbook on how to overthrow freedom loving countries and insert Communist rule.

The term used to identify the organization that is causing civil disobedience is known as ANTIFA. Defined as “the movement in the United States as a militant, predominantly left-wing, anti-fascist political activist movement that comprises autonomous activist groups that aim to achieve their political objectives through the use of direct action rather than through policy reform.” This is anarchy in its most raw and exposed form.

Roots of ANTIFA date back to the 1930s as Fascism was spreading from Mussolini’s Italy across Germany and then into Europe by way of invasion from Hitler’s Nazi organization. Over time ANTIFA became an anti-white supremacist organization in Europe and especially anti Neo-Nazi groups. Of course one of the most antifascist organizations was the Communist party with manifestations coming from the invasion of Russia from Germany.

The Washington Times disclosed that ANTIFA began organizing insurgencies last November as the election season began in earnest. Then when the senseless killing of a young black man in Minnesota provided the opportunity for nationwide riots, not peaceful protests, Antifa had the opportunity to move. According to the Times, “Antifa’s actions represent a hard break with the long tradition of a peaceful political process in the United States,” said former National Security Council staff member Rich Higgins. “Their Marxist ideology seeks not only to influence elections in the short term but to destroy the use of elections as the determining factor in political legitimacy.”

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