Berkeley Student Government Doesn’t Condemn Antifa

, Accuracy in Academia, 4 Comments

Provocative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos announced that he was going to hold a “Free Speech Week” at the University of California-Berkeley this week, and in response, the student government condemned radical voices like his, but not the violence of the likes of Antifa, an alleged anti-fascist group.

Why condemn one group of radical voices, but not the other?


4 Responses

  1. Baader

    September 25, 2017 7:41 pm

    Because one radical group is showing up to inflict violence.
    The other is showing up to hit them back.
    One group is made of fascists, who have a history of mass murder, who have spent weeks openly expressing their violent intentions in coming to Berkeley, for which authorities have done nothing to hinder.

    The other group is anti-fascist, a decades old amorphous group of citizens who protect people from fascists by throwing themselves at fascists before they can organize a massive attack against people unable or unwilling to fight back.

    So yes, why would anyone like one “radical” group and not the other?
    What a really complicated issue this must be.

  2. Ann Onymous

    September 25, 2017 8:52 pm

    I love the “alleged”. No, Antifa isn’t an “alleged anti-fascist group” — they ARE anti-fascist. Why are you not, Right Wing Noise Machine?

  3. Mike

    September 26, 2017 1:43 pm

    Antifa is a violent group of thugs who need to be in jail when they harm others and break things and cause chaos.

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