January 9 was Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, but this Antifa student group suggested it should be renamed Law Enforcement Incineration Day, reported Campus Reform.
Right atop their Facebook page, the Autonomous Student Network of the University of Texas, Austin makes no secret it supports doxxing. The group’s motto is “spread anarchy, live communism!” and it says that it opposes white supremacy, settler colonialism, cisheteropatriarchy, the state, capitalism, and “all systems of control.” I guess the mob mentality of anarchy doesn’t count.
When they’re not sending angsty tweets between soy shakes, ASN engages in super important activism like burning American flags, egging on the Kill Fascists Twitter account, booing police officers, and coming up with really profound, inspiring chants:
From demanding transparency while wearing masks to fighting for peace and inclusion by engaging in violence, Antifa is the embodiment of the left’s “do as I say, not as I do” and end justifies the means mentality. Antifa and drugs have a lot in common: both seem cool to rebellious, idealistic college kids, both damage your brain, and both will eventually land you in prison. Whether it’s the black tar or the black flag, do yourself a favor and just say no.
Students FREAK OUT At Segregation Essay Question
UT Austin students recently took a final exam in their Constitutional Law course and the essay question, worth 50% of the test, asked them to pretend they were advising the governor of Kansas in an era before Brown v. Board of Education and argue in defense of school segregation in a thousand words or less, according to The Daily Caller News Foundation. The professor who gave this exam was Richard Albert, who is black, which shouldn’t matter, except it makes the kids who complained about the question sound even stupider.
“No one should have been forced to write an essay defending segregation,” said an unnamed white student to the class by email. He said the question made him “shocked and disgusted” and wanted his peers to complain to higher-ups.
A black student of Albert’s was mad with the white student, but don’t think it was because she supported the question.
“If you are not a person of color and you felt triggered by the exam question, I would encourage you to actually talk to a person of color in the class because, to be frank, the question did not address your experience,” she wrote on the email chain. “And because it is not your experience, it is not you[r] place to take charge of the dialogue without consulting the individuals who are actually impacted.”
Imagine how much it must suck to be allies with these people?
Twitter Bans Antifa Student Group
The Revolutionary Student Front is an Antifa student group at the University of Texas at Austin that thinks “bricks belong best thrown at pig heads” and yet also hosts “self-defense” classes. The group boasted a little over 2,000 Twitter followers until getting suspended, apparently for no reason, and with no notice when or if the account will be restored, according to The Daily Caller News Foundation.
But Twitter likely didn’t ban the Revolutionary Student Front for “hate speech.” The group explicitly incited violence by saying bricks should be thrown at cops. Here at Campus Unmasked, we absolutely loathe tooting our own horn, but RSF’s ban came only a day or so after my report for Campus Unmasked and The Daily Caller News Foundation on the Antifa students’ Revolutionary Mental Health Program.
The group was attributing mental illness to capitalist oppression and targeting students with mental illnesses for recruitment, saying “the primary method of combating the symptoms of mental illness that we face under capitalism must be organizing those suffering to come into violent class conflict with the system that creates their illness.”
What’s really funny is that I reached out to UT Austin for comment on that story and got no reply. Perhaps they thought the story would just fizzle out. But two days later…you know, AFTER tens if not hundreds of thousands had read the story, the school disavowed the group, saying it’s not an official campus organization.
“We have no record that the Revolutionary Student Front – which again, is not affiliated with the university – staged a self-defense class on our campus,” UT Austin spokesman Mr. J.B. Bird told me. “It’s also worth noting that organizations affiliated with the university must comply with our institutional rules. Threatened or actual violent conduct against a person is against university rules and counter to the university’s values.”
Back to Twitter. Props to Jack Dorsey and his social justice crew for finally taking action against an account that’s NOT right-wing, but don’t think this means their war against nonleftists is up. Just this week, the company temporarily suspended Canary Mission, a watchdog group which tracks hatred towards and incitement to violence against Jews, for “hateful conduct.” The doublethink is real. As for the Antifa kids, I see you reading my messages and not replying. You ain’t so sneaky and let’s be honest, you’ve got nothing to say.
Antifa Recruits Students With Mental Illnesses
Last week I reported on a University of Texas at Austin Antifa group that hosts “self-defense” courses but has also said “bricks belong best thrown at pig heads!” Well, the commie craziness is even worse than I thought: it turns out this group has targeted students with mental illnesses for recruitment.
The Revolutionary Student Front is an Antifa student group at UT Austin that doesn’t seem to catch the irony in displaying liberating messages like “it is right to rebel!” and “all power to the people!” while wearing the garb of oppressors like terrorists and burglars. But they’re not just dunces playing dress-up — you see, the group admits to manipulating mentally handicapped individuals, according to their 13,000-word manifesto found by watchdog site Far Left Watch.
These Antifa kids spit on what they call “bourgeois mental health” and instead ran a Revolutionary Mental Health Program for six months in 2017 “to address the mental health needs of students in a way that would primarily serve to politicize and strengthen them, to become more committed to revolution and more capable of carrying it out.”
It’s madness…and just plain cruel; they’ve likely targeted people who need proper healthcare. But it all makes a perverted kind of sense if you understand leftism. Hammer and sickle sickos prey upon people with underdeveloped brains in our schools; why should we be shocked when they also target minds weakened by actual impediments? The UT Austin Antifa group says they read “Turn Illness into a Weapon,” a work about a German neo-Marxist group which framed capitalist oppression as the cause of mental illness.
Remember, this is a group interested in indoctrination with the goal of violence. These UT Austin students openly admit they believe that “the primary method of combating the symptoms of mental illness that we face under capitalism must be organizing those suffering to come into violent class conflict with the system that creates their illness.”
What do these maniacs think? That the capitalist dollar bill contains some wicked, autism-inducing black magic? That their tired Marxist mantra is something new and edgy and HASN’T failed in epic proportions all around the world? It’s all fun and games when it happens in the horror flicks, but we must not let the lunatics take over this asylum.
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