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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

'Told Your So' says Private Investigator as 'Antifa aka Black Bloc Protesters' at Trump's Phoenix rally used gas canisters and rocks to assault police.


 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83UdmEUCK08
Black Bloc Militant Protest Movement Will Rise Up Against President Donald Trump With Acts of Terrorism Claims PI Bill Warner. I have profiled the Black Bloc lunatic fringe protest movement since before the RNC in Tampa Fl in 2012. I have gone public with the news media in Tampa that resulted in me being called out and threatened by members of the Black Bloc and their pals at Anonymous.


'Told Your So' says Private Investigator as 'Antifa aka Black Bloc Protesters' at Trump's Phoenix rally used gas canisters and rocks to assault police. Anti-fascists and the black bloc tactic originated in Nazi Germany and resurfaced in United Kingdom in the 1980s. Large numbers of Antifa activists first appeared in the United States at anti-World Trade Organization protests in 1999 in Seattle, and then more recently during the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Antifa aka black bloc demonstrators have marched in more than a half dozen protests since Election Day in Portland, Oregon, according to police. Earlier this year, Antifa activists were among those who smashed windows and set fires during protests at the University of California, Berkeley, leading to the cancellation of far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos and withdrawal of Ann Coulter as speakers.Antifa activists were in New York City on May Day. Antifa is impossible to track. It isn't united through a national organization, and it cloaks itself in anonymity. In speaking to Antifa leaders across the country, CNN found very few who would take off their masks. Indeed, it took months to track down members willing to share their stories.  
"There are people who were energized by Bernie (Sanders) that now are anarchists," said an organizer of the website It's Going Down, a newsblog for Antifa. "People are freaked out by a Trump regime, freaked out by the far-right. A lot of people saw neo-Nazi symbols. There's a reason why people are becoming polarized. It's real-life stuff that's happening." For almost three decades, Scott Crow was part of the Antifa movement. "I fought (against) Nazis. I've had death threats. I've had guns drawn on me. I've drawn guns on fascists. I've been in altercations. I've smoke-bombed places," he said. "I've done a myriad of things to try and stop fascism and its flow over the years."
Activists don black bloc, Crow said, as a means to an end. "People put on the masks so that we can all become anonymous, right? And then, therefore, we are able to move more freely and do what we need to do, whether it is illegal or not," he said. And that means avoiding police, whom many Antifa members see as an enemy, as well as skirting the scrutiny Antifa activists often get from alt-right trolls on the Internet. Black bloc, one member told us, also unites the movement. "Even though it only takes one person to break a window, it doesn't matter because the bloc moves together," said a 26-year-old named Maura, who wouldn't give her last name.



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