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  • Cyberman

    Antifa is proof that Communism is evil

    • Albionic American

      The original communist movement attracted rough-edged, working-class men, along with soft middle-class intellectuals. The former would do the bloody work of the revolution at the orders of the latter.

      I don’t see Antifa attracting those sort of men, namely, the ones who grew up doing regular guy things like hunting, working on cars and getting into fights with the other boys after school.

      • Quixotes

        I actually agree entirely, the failure of leftist forerunners to attract this reliable demographic of young men will forever be a blemish to the leftists of this generation.

      • Tenzil Kem

        You haven’t been to Germany yet. Here, the Antifa have been firmly entrenched in the student body of pretty much every single university and college.

    • Quixotes

      Opposition to Fascism isn’t inherently Communistic, just as opposition to Communism isn’t inherently Fascistic.

      • TCC

        Communists have always been violent though, that’s the thing.
        Red Terror then, Antifa now. The difference is that only the weak and pathetic support communism nowadays.

        • Quixotes

          All radical ideologies that demand the dismantling of the currently existing institutions will gravitate towards violence. Your tendency to downplay fascist violence and emphasize communist violence makes where you stand very obvious, though. That fact that communism killed more is more a matter of circumstance as the Nazis would put the USSR to shame had the axis powers claimed victory in WW2.

          • TCC

            Communism killed more because the system demands it.
            If Hitler got what he wanted, x-people would’ve been killed, and that probably would’ve been the end of it, because he targeted non-Germans, and if he got his goal of a pure German empire, there’d be nothing left within that empire.
            Communism practically feeds on death. Are you too rich? Dead. Are you trying to become rich? Dead.
            We’re instituting economic policies that lack an incentive structure for anyone to work hard or improve their means of production. Do you not like this system and want to leave? Dead. Are you not trying hard enough to support this crappy system we’ve implemented? Dead, or the gulag.

            As you said, ideologies that demand the dismantling of current institutions usually require violence, but whereas the fulfillment of Lebensraum MIGHT have had temporary (albeit terrible) violence, history has proven communism requires violence to even stay alive.

          • Except that the Nazis did have power for 12 years. During that time they killed a tiny fraction of the people the communists did. The Holodomor killed more people than the Holocaust is even claimed to have done.

            And more to the point, the Nazis didn’t slaughter their own people. They didn’t even slaughter the French. Or the Dutch. Or the Belgians. Or the Danes. Or the Czechs. Or…

          • ivan ho

            Whats the difference between Fascism and Communism? They are both Socialism. They are both societies where a large central government dictates to their enslaved population. They essentially are the same thing.

      • Communists are opposed to everyone. Marxism is a jealous god.

    • SalvadorZombie

      Antifa is proof that fascists are weak-minded cowards.

      Enjoy those milkshakes!

  • TCC

    I personally can’t wait until Antifa is officially labeled as a domestic terrorist organization. Then it’s open season on every limp-wristed Gender Studies major with a bad attitude.

    • Quixotes

      “organization” lel. You really can’t help yourself, can you?

      • You consistently deny reality. Why should we care about your opinions?

        • Quixotes

          Antifa is as much of an “organization” as 4chan is. Your unwillingness to understand the leftist position at all will perpetually bite you in the ass. Indeed, the left’s unwillingness to debate fascists or understand the rightist position was our most exploitable weakness, good to see the tables turning.

          • Blackbeard

            “the left’s unwillingness to debate fascists or understand the rightist position”

            It’s not really a debate if you start it with the premise that your opponent is an “evil fascist”. Not one conducted in good faith, at least.

            If there’s a problem with the left today, it is exactly that attitude. And it is inherently undemocratic to outright reject and (try to) silence any political position divergent from your own. The unwillingness of the modern left to compromise with the right, culminating in calling conservatives nazis, is what makes the left unattractive for more and more people, leaving it with mostly extremists in its ranks.

          • Quixotes

            I only take the default stance that my opponents in debate are fascists considering that this is motherfucking Stonetoss’ comment section. Anywhere else on the internet I wouldn’t default to that position but quite frankly I can’t trust anyone here to not be heiling hortler behind closed doors. Especially considering the alt-right’s tendency to use other ideologies as human shields, it’s natural to be a little bit overzealous with the word fascism.

            And just because there’s a highly probability that any given person I interact with here is a crypto-fascist doesn’t mean I rely on that as being the crux of my argument; to the contrary, If you dropped your milquetoast persona and started throwing out red pills I’d give it MORE consideration because nothing would bring me into a frenzy more than the idea of tearing them down one by one.

          • Blackbeard

            It’s as if you want me to be more of an extremist… probably because that would fit better into your narrow worldview…

          • Quixotes

            Bruh, then what the fuck are you doing dwelling in this cesspool, cuckservative? If I take it at face value that you’re just a normie right winger then I have to ask: Why do you fall oddly silent when it comes to critiquing these comics but you’ll get really combative in the face of pretty damn tame liberal rhetoric?

            It seems that you don’t “identify” as a fascist or nazi or alt-rightists, but that doesn’t really matter, now does it?

      • TCC

        When you have people moving in crowds together, adopting the same mentality, covering for each other during times of violence, dressing the same way, and acting the same way… we call that being “organized.

        • Quixotes

          jfc, am I going to need to save all my posts elsewhere because apparently dissidents to the all-mighty RockYeet are getting marked as spam? @disqus_9mBvtkZz25:disqus, you still might be able to find the response in your inbox, I’m not bothering typing out why you’re incorrect again.

          • TCC

            Uh huh, whatever you say bud.
            Make whatever excuses you like, Mr. Classic Liberal Who Defends Antifa.
            I’m not buying it. Nobody’s buying it.

    • Cippo1987

      oh why? do not have right to their idea?

  • Quixotes

    Cite someone killed by an Antifa “member”, I’ll wait. A murderer with some leftist agenda doesn’t count, since the comic specifically implies that Antifa is a terriorist “group”. I don’t doubt there’s some left wing terrorism, but you’d need to establish someone who killed on domestic soil on the basis of their victim “being a fascist”.

    • TCC

      Manolis Kapelonis and Giorgos Fountoulis.

      • Quixotes

        That wasn’t perpetrated by Antifa

        • BasicBeach

          As far as the evidence leads, yes it was.

          But whenever some asshole shoots up a mosque or a synagogue, it’s okay to lump it in with the alt-right?
          Dylan Roof shoots up a church, and people lay it at the feet of Jared Taylor and Richard Spencer. Double standards every day of the week from you retards.

          • Quixotes

            Idk about the situation with Dylan Roof, but Brenton Tarrant’s manifesto references several rightist internet personalities and was posted to 8chan’s /pol/.

            And what evidence do you have that would suggest Antifa involvement/condonement other than that you desperately WANT it to be lumped with Antifa.

          • TCC

            I think you just stepped into your own mouse trap, dude.
            You say that the alt-right bears the responsibility for Brenton Tarrant’s shooting, because he mentions some of their personalities and posted on a board that the alt-right has occasionally used, but Antifa isn’t responsible for the Golden Dawn slayings, due to a lack of connection between the slayer’s motivations and Antifa’s agenda?

            Using that logic, you can dismiss any acts of violence. Suddenly the alt-right and antifa are simultaneously absolved of any violence their followers might enact, solely because said followers don’t explicitly identify as members of their movements. Unless you’re talking about the right (as you hypocritically are), stating that Tarrant is one of them because of a few vague talking points.

            Not buying it.

          • Quixotes

            I don’t dispute that the golden dawn slayer was a leftist, which is entirely consistent with my assertion of the obvious fact that Brenton Tarrant is a fascist. The golden dawn slayer was not involved in Antifa, which makes it ridiculous to call Antifa a terrorist group by proxy. You’ll notice that I don’t refer to the alt-right as a terror group (because it’s a vague political allignment) simply due to Brenton Tarrant being objectively a right wing terrorist. (Inb4 muh mossad op) Once again, this is consistent with my appraisal of the Golden Dawn slayer.

            In contrast, your logic goes as follows:
            The murder of the victims by the Golden Dawn Slayer suggests a leftist agenda, therefore, Antifa is a terror group
            Brenton Tarrant consistently references rightist rhetoric and figureheads in his manifesto, and the ethno-religious association of his victims suggests rightist agenda, but he was just memeing around you guys haha he remove kebab funny joke.

          • TCC

            Nah man. I just threw out those names to expose your hypocrisy. And you did so with flying colors.
            As of right now, as far as I can surmise, neither the alt-right nor Antifa have any kills to their name (though Willem Van Spronsen certainly tried).

            But you try to shirk off the violence of left wing organizations (yes, if the people are moving and acting in a crowd, they’re organized) while pinning the violence of Tarrant onto right wingers (who acted entirely on their own).

            “Politicized violence is only a thing when right wingers do it.”
            -Quixotes

          • Quixotes

            How the fuck can a man who consistently refers to “white genocide” in his manifesto and specifically targets a mosque NOT be a right winger? Eco-fascism is a sect of the alt-right. Hell, I may be giving you people too much credit by even distinguishing sects of the far right in spite of minor differences. Willem Van Spronsen was a left winger (his manifesto comparing ICE detention centers to concentration camps makes that obvious), but he did not kill in the name of Anti-fascist action.

            And to some extent, antifa is organized locally, but an “organization” implies centralized meetings, communication, or at the bare minimum some manner of leader. Antifa is also not monolithic in thought; the political variability amongst those who support anti-fascist action is far greater than that of the alt right, anti-communist classical liberals like myself are proof of that. (Fucking Sargon of Akkad ruined the classical liberal name to some extent, but the term accurately describes where I stand.)

            The left is indeed capable of politicized violence and even politicized murders, they just have a far lower capacity for committing it.

          • TCC

            Simple: he can believe in these things, while disagreeing with the remaining ideology of the right wing.

            How did he feel about LGBT issues? Fiscal issues? You need more than two talking points to make someone a right winger- at best, you’ve proven he’s a centrist.

          • Quixotes

            I can’t believe you think you’ll weasel your way out of this one. If I really wanted to take the same pathetic angle that you have, I can EASILY make the same claim about Willem Van Sprosen being a centrist because the only obvious left wing position he held was being pro-lenient immigration

          • Blackbeard

            Maybe immigration is an issue that doesn’t define if you’re left or right? Seriously, since when is your stance on immigration the defining factor that makes you left or right?!

          • Quixotes

            So then you’d actually support the idea that Willem Van Sprosen wasn’t a leftist? I mean… ok? If you’re going to concede your own argument against me to save face that’s cool I guess.

          • Blackbeard

            I don’t know or care who that is. Didn’t make any argument about that guy either.

          • Quixotes

            If you’re going to use such egregious mental gymnastics to make every right wing murderer and terrorist into not being one, then I could easily do the same for the smaller but not neglegible group of left wing murderers and terrorists. I don’t use this tactic because I’m not a pussybitch, but I do refute Stonetoss’ claim that antifa is a literal terrorist group (or even much of a “group” at all). If we’re in agreement that the point of this comic is invalid then we might be at some resolution.

          • DatBoi

            Anyone can post to 8chan you twit. It”s anonymous. Is paper suddenly a NAZI symbol because it can contain Mein Kampf?

          • Quixotes

            I understand that, I’m semi frequent on /leftypol/, but the fact that he posted it to specifically the 8chan /pol/ board is suspect. Nevertheless, the fact that he used 8chan isn’t the important bit, you’re just misconstruing my argument in a transparently bad faith pot shot. Would you seriously assert that the Christchurch shooter WASN’T motivated by right wing rhetoric?

          • Jackson Peds

            Manolis Kapelonis, Yiorgos Fountoulis, the victims of Marfin Egnatia bank and Devin Kelley.

            https://steemit.com/antifa/@libertyranger/antifa-soldier-murders-27-church-members-in-sutherland-texas

          • DatBoi

            He wasn’t left wing either. He’s a weird hybrid. He’s a eco-fascist. Environmentalism isn’t a right wing issue. He also supports a top down controlled government and has expressed hatred of Trump.

          • Quixotes

            Eco-fascism is still fascism, Nazbol is in a similar weird situation but I wouldn’t call them “apolitical” just because they use equal amounts leftist and rightist rhetoric; they’re simutaneously Communist Nazis. “top down controlled government” is an invevitabillity for any state that becomes far-right and even stonetoss himself has grown to hate Trump.

          • DatBoi

            Top down control is about as left wing as it gets. Republicans and Libertarians advocate limited government.

          • Quixotes

            The 2d political model distinguishes left and right on an axis and authoritarian and libertarian. Top down control is equally popular in the authoritarian left and right. Literal Stalin loving Tankies are absolutely authoritarians through and through, but the same can be said for the authoritarian right, which grows in popularity day after day. In fact, i’d wager that you’d place authoritarian right to some degree. (I won’t jump to any conclusions and call you a extremist when I have such a limited profile of you, though.)

          • DatBoi

            No, I’m very libertarian and unlike you I believe in actual freedom and not the An-Com bullshit you try to peddle.

          • Blackbeard

            Brenton Tarrant’s manifesto explicitly says he thought of himself as an anarchist, hated both sides and wanted civil war to end it all.

            He was called alt-right all over the media, which is obviously a false claim proven by the manifesto he wrote.

    • DatBoi

      Being to incompetent or cowardly to follow through on an act doesn’t mean your above committing it. Due to it not being a formal organization I can’t point to specific example but I can name murderers who are closely knit with Antifa. One member of Antifa put up a hit on members of ICE. Just because the absolute failure of a human being failed, that doesn’t make him any less of a murderous douche.

      • Quixotes

        Ah, so you’re asserting that Antifa is a stochastic terrorist group then? Well, right back at you because that’s exactly how rightist shootings work most of the time. In chan culture, you’ll find a lot of wink wink nudge nudges encouraging rightist violence (i.e “remove kebab”) and then after these mass shootings chan culture has a tendency to matryrize the shooters. It’s not a coincidence that after Christchurch there was a string of copycats, most of whom failed to kill more than one or two people but that just goes to show how most channers are absolute failures of human beings.

        Still, I’d hesitate to call /pol/ a terror group but if Antifa is a terror “group” despite not glamorizing leftist shooters, lacking any formal platform to communicate, and only committing violence reactively and non-lethally, then /pol/ could fit the bill as a terror group.

        • Lesbian

          a wink wink is not he same as openly proclaiming you want to physically harm and kill people ad inspire fear in them but thats just semitics i guess

          • Quixotes

            Of course they’re not the same, the entire point of stochastic terrorism is to maintain plausible deniability through encrypted language + anonymity, a tactic Stonetoss himself is all too familiar with. You can’t indict anyone for inspiring terrorists because it’s impossible to prove in a court of law.

          • Lesbian

            Are you saying stonetoss is a terrorist for making shity webcomics?

          • Quixotes

            Nah, he’s just a part of the stochastic terrorism scheme the alt-right has going on but the only people who are legally terrorists in this scheme are the people influenced to kill by his and other’s rhetoric, which he is technically protected to do by the first amendment as long as he doesn’t actively threaten anyone.

            It’s not his comics alone that immediately inspire people by the thousands to murder, moreso that immersing hundreds of thousands of 20-something disgruntled white males into far-right “culture” and affirming that our race is somehow being genocided by the existence of black and brown people is a recipe for disaster.

          • Lesbian

            the only people i can think who kill bc of memes are lefties, shadilay strangler is the first to come to mind

          • Quixotes

            Because you’d never own up to right wing murderers.

            Btw, looked up the “Shadilay Strangler” and the story I got was of a 15 year old who self described himself as a “Semi-political Centrist, kekistani for life, and lover of logic and reason [sic]” who strangled his mom to death over getting a D- in Algebra. Not really helping your case, now are you?

            Take a read: https://kiwifarms.net/threads/gregory-logan-ramos-shadilay-strangler.50106/

          • Lesbian

            “Because you’d never own up to right wing murderers.” you say as you don’t own up to a leftie killing his mom bc kek 4 lyfe

          • Quixotes

            How the hell is the Shadilay Strangler a “leftie”? The kekistani meme was created by /pol/, propagated by /pol/ and youtube “””skeptics””” like Sargon of Akkad, and was literally never claimed by anyone on the left. To the contrary, it’s been called out for it’s obvious similarities to the Nazi Flag by the left, which is laughed of by the right as if it’s a coincidence.

            You LITERALLY just gave me another example of a violent conservative, and although I wouldn’t claim that the Shadilay Strangler was “inspired” to murder because of their exposure to fairly tame rightist propaganda, (Sargon of Akkad being like a step above Ben Shapiro) clearly he wasn’t a leftist.

            Of course, I’m willing to own up to ACTUAL left wing murderers and I wouldn’t attempt some ridiculous mental gymnastics to try to make them into rightists, unlike what you’re very clearly willing to do.

          • Lesbian

            next your gonna say that you dont jerk off to your mother, dude just admit it

          • Quixotes

            I fucking knew you lived in the deep south

            SWEET HOME ALABAMA

          • Lesbian

            Kid I’m from as North as you can get in the best country in the world I’m just tired of your constant rambling about nothingness

          • Quixotes

            Your unironic use of kid goes to show that this argument has devolved beyond the point of return, I’m done with you. Don’t bothering responding to my posts if you’re just going to respond with retarded quips at the end anyways.

          • Lesbian

            Atleast this time you didnt type up an essay to try and prove your smart

          • Quixotes

            Better long and concise than short, quipy, and factually incorrect. Of course, you’ve proven you aren’t worth the effort.

        • You job is easy, Don. You just make up random stuff and spew it out there, and then challenge us to disprove your nonsense.

          • Quixotes

            Exactly what have I been “making up”? You just sound butthurt in the face of me bringing up topics that you haven’t heard of before, especially ones which challenge your deep-rooted loyalty to republicanism. In the face of topics that I haven’t seen before and could challenge my perspective, (I knew nothing of Willem van Spronsen or Golden Dawn) I’ve at least bothered to fucking GOOGLE it.

        • DatBoi

          Brainlet.jpg

          • Quixotes

            nice argument

    • DatBoi

      Van Spronsen also almost killed an entire building full of people.

  • Simon Rose

    ter·ror·ism
    /ˈterəˌrizəm/
    noun
    the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.

    Antifa:
    -Unlawfully use violence and intimidation
    -Always against civilians, especially those who can’t fight back
    -Try to violently shut down any opposin viewpoints

    • BasicBeach

      They frequently broadcast “make racists afraid again” as part of their platform.
      Admission to terrorism right there.

    • Big Nigga

      Communist Party Directive, 1943:
      “When certain obstructionists become too irritating, label them, after suitable buildups, as fascist or Nazi or anti-Semitic, and use the prestige of antifascist and tolerance organizations to discredit them.”

  • Cosby Bebop

    They’re too ineffective to be real terrorists, all they can do is whack people on the back of the head with bike locks. The second anyone fights back they crumble. They’re just entitled babies larping as revolutionaries.

  • CMK

    Why doesn’t the comment section for the next comic appear?

    • Someonekul

      because stonetoss is a cuck lmao

  • Frans Cobben

    do NOT forget the red terror in the Soviet-Union 1918-1921 by V Lenin and L Trotsky and the Cheka secret police!

  • Frans Cobben

    Protestants and Roman-Catholics killed each other very cruel from 1618 to 1648 in Germany!

  • Cippo1987

    So.. why did you picture antifa in a scenario that correspond to IS/ISIS?

  • Fascists* are terrorists

  • SubX_IGuess

    I don’t think we should label as Antifa “terrorist”. I think they should be rebranded, against their will, as “The White Knights of America”. They aren’t anti-facists, but they are white-knighting.

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