Home States Of Atlanta Terror Suspects Show That Antifa Is An Organized Conspiracy
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For years, the communist Mainstream Media has claimed that the Antifa is not an organized movement of terrorists, or “activists,” as the MSM codeword goes. Well, a look at the home states of the “anti-fascist activists” charged with domestic terrorism for their role in Sunday’s Stop Cop City terror raid suggests that Antifa is indeed organized, and very likely a major criminal conspiracy funded by some very deep pockets. Only two of the suspects are from Georgia. One is from France.

Before getting to the terror suspects, here’s what the ADL says about Antifa:

Antifa is a decentralized, leaderless movement composed of loose collections of groups, networks and individuals. …

Because there is no unifying body for antifa, it is impossible to know how many adherents are currently active. Different localities have antifa populations of different strengths, but antifa adherents are also sometimes willing to travel hundreds of miles to oppose a white supremacist event.

[Who Are Antifa?, August 30, 2017]

That “white supremacist event” in Atlanta is the construction of a new police training facility.

Here’s the ever-reliable New York Times:

[It] is not an organization with a leader, a defined structure or membership roles [sic].

Rather, antifa is more of a loose movement of activists whose followers share some philosophies and tactics. They have made their presence known at protests around the country in recent years, including the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017. …

It is impossible to know how many people count themselves as members. Its followers acknowledge that the movement is secretive, has no official leaders and is organized into autonomous local cells. It is also only one in a constellation of activist movements that have come together in the past few years to oppose the far right.

[What Is Antifa, the Movement Trump Wants to Declare a Terror Group?, by Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs and Sandra E. Garcia, September 28, 2020]

Strangely, though, that “leaderless loose movement” has enough leadership and coordination to put together a major terror attack on police that involved “large rocks, bricks, Molotov cocktails, and fireworks.” That “leaderless loose movement” even invited an “observer” from the communist National Lawyers Guild, who actually works for the $PLC, Thomas Jurgens [NLG and SPLC Statements on Arrest of Legal Observer, SPLCenter.org, March 6, 2023]. Jurgens, who looks like a drunken, disheveled sociopath, also faces a domestic terror charge.

As for Jurgen’s being an “observer,” by the way, he had to have known about the attack ahead of time. And obviously, he knew what would happen given the violence during January’s Stop Cop City “protest.” That should make him an accomplice, in the same way that an American war correspondent who knew about but didn’t warn U.S. troops of an impending attack would be a traitor.

But let’s look at the list of 23 suspects. Aside from the two from Georgia, the rest included three from Massachusetts, two each from Arizona, New York, and Wisconsin, and one each from Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and Utah [UPDATE: Mugshots and Arrestee Info Added- 3/5/2023 Atlanta Public Safety Training Center Demonstrations, AtlantaPD.org, March 5, 2023].

Adding an international flair, we have the suspect from France and another from Canada.

That’s no “loose collection.” Even if the culprits used their own money, someone organized, coordinated, and led that attack.

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