Antifa try very hard to be terrorists, are they really terrorists or are they clowns?
As everyone familiar with Philly Antifa knows, they are not a part of any scene. Their members are outcasts, nerds as you may, who only have connections with other oddballs, deviants and miscreants.
The Antifa tactics are simple: They scour Google and social media websites like Facebook and then put together what they label “exposes” on any individual that isn’t a leftist Communist or Anarchist. Although most of their information consists of internet exaggerations, most are outdated or fabricated lies. And although they claim to be “against racism,” you will only find their internet attacks against Whites and many who are only being attacked based on friendships or music they happen to like. They especially love to harass parents with children. And since Antifa members are too afraid to attend local concerts, their only methods of “attack” are creating libelous and harassing websites and Twitter posts or attending our events, in which they have the police and media to hide behind.
The tides have changed and we have now formed a coalition that will work together to combat these basement-dwelling nerds. As they continue to anonymously attack good White men and women, we will battle back by tracking down and exposing all of the individuals responsible. Whether it takes Google or private investigators, their attacks will now always be followed by our updates on who these individuals are, their photographs, where they live, where they work and all of the people they are associated with.
It is a shame we have to waste resources on cowardice lowlifes with no courage to take their activism off of the internet or without hiding behind the police, but their days of internet harassment are coming to an end.
Mumia Abu-Jamal is back in prison after being hospitalized this week for treatment of diabetes.
Abu-Jamal, 60, who is serving a life sentence for killing a Philadelphia police officer in 1981, returned to State Correctional Institution-Mahanoy on Wednesday night after two days in intensive care, said Johanna Fernandez, one of his supporters.
His blood-sugar level remains high; Fernandez said it was 336 on Friday afternoon when he was last tested at the prison’s infirmary. Any reading above 186 is considered dangerous.
He was transported to Schuylkill Medical Center in Pottsville on Monday after passing out. At the time of his hospitalization, his blood sugar level was 779, his family said.
“He’s not well,” Fernandez, of the New York Campaign to Bring Mumia Home, said Friday. “His spirit is high, but he told us that he couldn’t get up yesterday. He’s lost 80 pounds since I last saw him three months ago.”Fernandez, along with Abu-Jamal’s brother and other supporters, visited him at the prison Friday, where they said he was in a wheelchair receiving medication through an IV.
Abu-Jamal was convicted in the killing of Police Officer Daniel Faulkner. He was sentenced to death, but his sentence was reduced to life in prison without parole after a high-profile, decades-long appeals process.
In recent months, Abu-Jamal was in the news after giving a recorded commencement speech to graduates of a Vermont college last fall.
After the speech, Pennsylvania legislators passed a “mental anguish” law that lets crime victims seek injunctions against such speeches. Lawyers for Abu-Jamal are challenging the law in federal court, arguing that it infringes on free-speech rights.