What Do Antifa, the Ku Klux Klan, and Islamic Radicals Have in Common?

As it turns out, quite a bit actually…

There are fringe political movements on all sides of the spectrum — and we’re saying “all sides” in this case because ideology is nuanced and complicated. The mainstream media prefers us to stay in the “left vs. right” box, but we’re not going to do there.

Pictured to the left are individuals representing some of the worst ideas to come out of the 20th and 21st centuries. These included, but are not at all limited to the Ku Klux Klan, Antifa, and Hamas. These movements are not at all new, but receive quite a bit of attention because the mainstream media is happy to focus on whatever agent of chaos they can find just to grab some ratings. This is why white nationalism might feel more common among Americans than it actually is, even though the movement peaked (and waned) in the 1960s.

Now, if you put all three of these groups into a room, there would likely be a bloodbath (and admittedly tempting scenario), but they have more in common other than the fact that they all like to hide their faces. All of these groups detest America and what it stands for, they have no respect for individual liberties, and none of them are particularly fond of Jews.

The most important thing to remember, however, is this: they’re all a bunch of cowards.


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