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not_AFX_lol wrote

Antifascist action is decentralized, which isn't quite the same as disorganized. Think of it like the Tea Party or the Occupy movements in the US - there really isn't anyone leading the movement as a whole, but there are smaller, more localized or regional groups acting towards similar goals without a centralized heirarchy to formally collect them into a single body.

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zombie_berkman wrote

The tea party was bankrolled and backed by the koch brothers. Stoo wastibg your time and don't give this troll the time of day

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yeahIsupporttrump OP wrote

ive been as open as I can about who I am and why im here. im sorry that you still think im a troll despite this.

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matches_malone wrote (edited )

If you support a senile billionaire's right to steal your children's future away then you have to be either

  1. a billionaire trolling

  2. stupid

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yeahIsupporttrump OP wrote

the notion that a rich man got that way because he violently stole from others is absurd in a modern western civilization.

no one forced you to buy that Iphone in your pocket. you helped create this problem too, and i admit its a hell of a problem.

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yeahIsupporttrump OP wrote

ahh ok. so in a sense its like the militia groups in america? they all kinda want the same thing (whatever that is) but dont communicate with each other at all?

its a good defensive measure ill admit - its very hard for an opposition to deal with a decentralized group

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not_AFX_lol wrote

I suppose your comparison makes a bit of sense, although comparing antifascists to right-wing militia is a really good way to get both of them pissed.

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