The leftist/Islamic alliance is the gravest threat to our freedom, our very way of life. Both the leftists in Antifa and the jihadists believe violence is legitimate in order to impose their totalitarian agenda.
I established a terror movement in Australia, and I quit
SHAYNE Hunter established the far-left and violent Antifa movement in Australia. After four years the Brisbane man quit. Here’s why.
Shayne Hunter, as told to Corrine Barraclough, News.au, October 25, 2017:
ANTIFA is a growing extreme group who believe violence is legitimate.
I got radicalised in Sydney. I was originally concerned about Western intervention in Syria. Radical left wing people dominated rallies and I started to associate with them more. My so-called ‘normal’ friends drifted away.
We would hang out at an anarchist library in Sydney. Here a bunch of people on the dole gather enough money to rent out the space and run a bookshop. It’s like extremist networking.
I came to believe that war was a symptom of bigger systems at play in society and they were the real enemy, like white supremacy and patriarchy. Antifa believe these systems need to be smashed through a process of ‘de-platforming’ to save the world. People who don’t necessarily agree on everything are united to attack their common enemy — anyone in the right wing of politics...