June 07, 2019

(WATCH) CampusReform: Why I left Antifa: Former member tells his story

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Gabe Nadales went from black-masked Antifa member to full time free speech defender.

He talks with Campus Reform's Cabot Phillips about what life was like in Antifa and why he chose to leave it behind to fight for 1st Amendment rights for all people.

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commented 2019-06-09 13:22:15 -0400
Antifa are such conformist Cucks and preprogrammed establishment drones ( you couldn’t be more mainstream and domesticated than Antifa )
They are too stupid to realize they are the usefull idiots of the world global elites
commented 2019-06-07 14:00:23 -0400
JAMES RISDON…I actually got to meet Hardial Bains at a steelworkers union meeting…we were introduced and shook hands…I noticed that the palms of both had skin grafts right to the end of the range of fingerprints.

I remarked that it was a futile effort because what causes fingerprints is more than skin deep and that they would eventually grow back. His minder/bodyguard said that Comrade Bains had the misfortune of opening a letter bomb…I said it was remarkable that neither his face nor any other part of him got marred.

From that point on the minder was on my case and in my face…until I decked him with a John Wayne haymaker…he looked up at me from the floor with a look of astounded disbelief and I said “Comrade, do I STRIKE YOU as the sort of man who would be easily intimidated”

Next thing a half dozen big burley steel workers escorted me out.

Ten years later I was working on a business administration degree and an avid fan of Milton Friedman and the philosopher John Rawls.

You know in that era the Maoists bragged that there were more copies of the Thoughts of Chairman Mao published than there were Bibles….try and find a copy today.

Ten years from now most of those ANTIFA basement dwellers will be selling life insurance.
commented 2019-06-07 13:28:01 -0400
GLENN CRAIG – I was promptly kicked out of our college’s Marxist-Leninst student club the first time I attended and denounced as a member of the petty bourgeoisie.

Those budding student communists had set up their club with a president, vice-president and treasurer, an executive, and members. But when they read out their statement of principles at the start of the meeting, they stated they were opposed to all “hierarchical” structures.

I thought that odd as the club itself had a hierarchical structure. When I pointed it out, they turned on me and told me to leave.

And I that was the end of my brief foray in communist political parties. Although I did study communism as part of my political philosophy classes in university, I was never particularly tempted to join them again. In fact, the more I learnt about communism, the less sensible it seemed to me.
commented 2019-06-07 10:37:04 -0400
Why I left Hardial Bain’s Canadian Maoist Party…..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CitfXK_BvY

The peer pressure was tough….and the dunce hat and forced kowtowing were humiliating…but I just couldn’t fake it that those damned accordians stirred my revolutionary spirit….I still find it hard to believe that Justin Trudeau’s taste in music is THAT bad……;-)