Antifa Flag Raised Up Over Hennepin County Government Center


The ANTIFA flag was raised up over Hennepin County government center, as a “gesture of solidarity” with the people of Charlottesville. The county has made it clear that it sides with the violent ANTIFA terrorists against the ambitious and hard working people who wish to respect their ancestors and history.

Members of the terrorist organisation gathered in Charlottesville on August 12th to violently confront people around the US and rest of the world who were protesting the possible removal of a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee and his horse Traveller. After the police dispersed the rally, an alledged supporter of the Alt-Right movement crashed into a crowd of leftist protestors, killing one, and wounding many more. At this stage it is not completely clear if it was an attempt to escape the violent and hateful protestors, or if it was indeed a premeditated attack, making it the first of its kind.

ANTIFA is a terrorist organization preaching hate and violence towards everyone they disagree with. Lacking any factual arguments to support their actions and worldview, they resort calling everyone a “nazi” or a “Hitler”. While ANTIFA is generally wrowned upon by the working populace, they have nevertheless gathered support from other violent hate groups such as BLM and the New Black Panthers, as well as Marxists and communists in general. The ANTIFA ideology has commonalities with ISIS as well, as both of them are actively advocating the spreading of Islam and destruction of the West.

Author: Sander Laanemaa

Sander Laanemaa was born in Estonia in 1984. In 2011 he graduated from the Estonian Maritime Academy as a deck officer. During his studies he took an interest in history, philosophy, psychology, and the occult. His research guided him deep into the rabbit hole, which ultimately led to the creation of Culture Wars.

Sander is fluent in English, Swedish, Finnish, and Estonian.

He has given a number of lectures on various topics on maritime affairs, and also on ancient history and the faults of contemporary social movements.

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