Antifa Rallies Planned in at Least 20 U.S. Cities — Won’t ‘Stop Until This Regime Driven from Power’

In a full-page ad in the New York Times on Wednesday, the group advertised its event:

Nov 4 it begins — be there — join with the thousands who will gather in cities and towns across the country. A movement of protests that continue every day and night, growing until we become millions … determined not to stop until this is driven from power.

  • Cat-astrophe

    At least we will have a good idea where the unemployed youth, illegal aliens, Linda Sarsour, etc., are going to be.

    • WWNHD? (What would Napoleon have done?)

      • Bla Bla

        Nothing but a whiff of grapeshot!

      • Cat-astrophe

        He would have put his hand in his Jacket and planned an invasion of Moscow with them.

    • Good point. When I was a young Naval Officer in training we were taken round the mean streets of Portsmouth by the police, to give us an idea of what was involved in the Plods dragging back to the ship the drunken ratings for whom we would be responsible.

      After they had pointed out the fifth dive that served drinks after hours I rather innocently asked: “Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t that against the law? Why don’t you shut them down?” The reply was: “Because it enables us to know where everyone of interest will be after 11 pm.”

  • robins111

    Can’t see much to worry about, short of a few of the spaghetti arms flailing away with tactical pansy slaps..

  • Liberal Progressive

    Thank goodness they are doing this in the name of democracy!

  • Reader
  • simus1

    They do need an anthem, a good red fascist antifascist anthem.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Pressure cookers should be deployed

  • BillyHW

    God damn you Martin Luther King.

  • Exile1981

    nov 4th has some historical significence.

    1921 – The SA aka the brown shirts formed by hitler.

    1956 – 200,000 soviet troops slaughter anti communist protestors in hungary.

    1978 – start of the islamic revolution in Iran. ‘students’ protest against the shaw.

    2008 – obama elected

    • 2017 – 50 people arrested for engaging in the dastardly communist guerrilla warfare tactic of flipping over garbage cans. The U.S.A. is rocked on its heels…

      • Cat-astrophe

        What if someone flips Oscar the grouches’ can?
        That’s someone’s home!

    • canminuteman

      Not exactly the same date but the Russian Revolution happened a hundred years ago this month.

      • Exile1981

        It ended on Nov 7th 1917.

  • Linda1000
  • Reader

    Did you notice that they never have protests in the mornings?

    I presume they can’t have morning protests, since that’s before the time their mothers wake them up and make their beds.

    • I remember friends going to protests in London in the 1960s. They always started when the pubs shut after lunch and finished when they opened for the evening. They were altogether gentler affairs than this though.

  • I’m glad the courageous “guerrilla fighter” in the pic is wearing gloves — you wouldn’t want to risk getting a splinter from waving a stick. Apparently he didn’t develop sufficient callouses in his hands masturbating in mom’s basement. Practice better next time, Comrade!
    ¡Pueblo Unido Jamás Será Vencido!

  • Observer
    • I wouldn’t worry about posers like Bob Avakian either, Bill. None of them is willing to shed a drop of blood for the cause.

      Genuine communist guerrillas are willing to sacrifice their lives. Hence you can at least admire them for that. I rubbed shoulders with lots of them in the tropics, and believe it or not they believed in free speech and were willing to debate. To my knowledge I succeeded in turning several of them, and two of them ended up as volunteers working for me — fighting real communism in a real communist country. They were my best workers, unafraid of death.

      I remember when I recruited the first one — his name was Juan (nom de guerre “Floriano”) — I said to him: “Look Juan, it’s risky work. And we don’t carry guns, but the other guys do. So what would you do if they see us smuggling [anti-communist literature] and they start shooting?” Juan answered, “I’d run and hide behind a tree or a rock”. It was the right answer. He didn’t say he’d quit the organization, abandon the mission, or run away.

      And in fact Juan did in fact end up being captured by the communists and was interrogated at gunpoint for about six hours. When they released him they said: “You have ten seconds to abandon ********** territory before we start shooting.” He ran like mad across the 100 metres of no-man’s-land separating the border. Juan was shaken, but he didn’t quit the mission. Former commies are the best recruits in the anti-communist fight.

      Antifa et al? They’re wannabe posers.

      • Exile1981

        Antifa are the useful idiots the real communists use as shields.

        Actually they are like the German SA. Thugs who think they are an army and will be used and tossed aside by the true troops the SS.

        • Clausewitz

          This is the US version of the Beer Hall Putsch, only lamer

  • Follow the money.

    Offer immunity to the first little weasel who blubbers out who paid him to smash windows.

    • Alain

      A good start would be to find out where the money came from to pay for the ads, because they are not cheap. Then trace backwards until you come to the source.

  • canminuteman

    I think there is one in Toronto as well. I was on Queen Street at Kew park this morning (I am sure someone reading this knows where that is) and there were cops all over the place. I asked one what was going on and was told that they were preparing for a protest that was supposed to be happening today.

    • Exile1981

      I read 4 scheduled for Canadian cities as well. Toronto, Ottowa, vancouver and Calgary.

      Given the temp and snow in calgary they’ll get 4 people out and have frost bite within the hour.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Isn’t the Times breaking the law by advertising an illegal activity?