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@WuDu wrote:

Guys, I don't know about you, but I think antifa is ready to rumble!


@WuDu  do you know the history of this organization? most people are morons in this matter ... really when I see their symbols my knife opens in my pocketVeryangry

"Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises."
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@pinki wrote:

@WuDu wrote:

Guys, I don't know about you, but I think antifa is ready to rumble!


@WuDu  do you know the history of this organization? most people are morons in this matter ... really when I see their symbols my knife opens in my pocketVeryangry


 

Communist street thugs at the end of the Weimar Republic. Similar to what they are today.

We're gonna win on so many levels! We're gonna win, win, win. You're gonna get so tired of winning, you're gonna say: "Mr. President please, we don't wanna win anymore, it's too much!" And I'm gonna say: "I'm sorry, we're gonna keep winning because we're gonna make America great again!"
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@WuDu i found for you some short info/article 

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Socialism or barbarism!" - exclaimed Rosa Luxemburg in the program of the Communist Party of Germany, adopted in December 1919. Most Germans chose Hitler's version of socialism, along with the barbarism that manifested itself fully during World War II.

The minority idolatrously chose socialism in the Soviet fashion. German historian Dietrich Geyer wrote that “the Bolsheviks did not have to impose their domination on the German Communist Party; it resulted from the unquestioned authority of the Russian party and its leading figures ”. The KPD obediently followed the path set out by the Komitern headed by the successor of Cheka, the OGPU, a service that was later incorporated into the structure of the NKVD.

The day after the NSDAP and Adolf Hitler took power in 1933, the German Communist Party was banned. Expecting the ban to be made illegal, in the summer of 1932 the KPD began to create secret structures and militants prone to quarrels. At the suggestion of experts from Lubyanka, they adopted the underground Friday system recommended back in tsarist times by Sergey Nechaev, an anarchist, terrorist, founder of the secret organization Zemsta Ludu. The communist "Fives" going underground were praised in the Western press by Semyon Nikolaevich Rostowski, an illegal OGPU, appearing in Great Britain as a journalist writing under the name of Ernst Henri.

The secret secrets of the KPD were to focus on the infiltration of state structures and the NSDAP as well as on intelligence activities for the Soviet Union in solidarity with the bastion of class freedom and justice. The half-open militias were to organize protests, demonstrations, clash with supporters of Nazism and generally constitute a forge of young cadres proven in action. According to Henri, they were a loose federation of liberal-minded people, including former socialists, republicans, and even Catholics, who "under communist leadership" abandoned their old disputes and "followed only one thought - anti-fascism."

NKVD advisers recommended the loose structure of small groups due to organizational security. It made surveillance and operational investigation of the conspiracy difficult. The creation of the Anti-Fascist Action j (Antifaschistische Aktion) announced in July 1932, pages body naps Red Flag ( Red Flag ). Initially, the structure consisted of several groups, committees, actions, etc., and because each had an anti-fascist adjective in its name, the whole structure was given a short, propaganda-like name Antifa and a logo: two flying banners in a circle.

Until the outbreak of World War II, Antifa did not go beyond the microscale of operations within a factory, tenement house or, less often, a housing estate. After the surrender of France in 1940, when Hitler and the Wehrmacht were at their peak of popularity, there was a shortage of people willing to fight the Nazi Party, which led the Germans from victory to victory and would lead to the building of the Thousand Year Reich.

 

 

 

Antifa was reborn after the German attack on the Soviet Union and the winter defeat of the Wehrmacht near Moscow, when more and more groups began to find themselves in Soviet prisoner-of-war camps. Anti-fascist Committees were established inside the camps, it seemed as if spontaneously, out of soldiers and officers disappointed in defeat and tired of war. In fact, it was controlled by the NKVD. An interesting light is shed on their activities by a report prepared for the CIA by an anonymous officer of the German military intelligence Abwehr, who spent almost 11 years in a Soviet POW camp. According to his 84-page report, the Antifa committees reported directly to the NKVD and their main task was to "brainwash" prisoners of war and to break character by relentless political pressure on a "mass and individual" scale.

The members of the Antifa camp committees also searched for prisoners susceptible to further "processing" in the so-called "Antifa schools", where cadres were forged for the future management of Germany under the supervision of the Communist Party and the Soviet Union. The NKVD created such "schools" in numerous camps, from where the most hopeful candidates were transferred to the POW camp in Krasnogorsk near Moscow, so that the NKVD "teachers" could commute more comfortably. The "primaries" were selected to be the future administrators of communist Germany, and the "mediocre people" were trained as members of Antifa's committees and transferred to other POW camps. During their stay at the "Antifa school" in Kranogorsk, the "students" made an "anti-fascist vow" to work for communism "always and everywhere".

In the camps, the task of the graduates of the school in Krasnogorsk was to identify and denounce to the NKVD camp commissars military intelligence officers hiding in the crowd of prisoners of war, as well as officers and soldiers who were particularly respected by their fellow prisoners. Recognized by Antifa's “knockers” as “politically suspicious”, they were transferred to high-security penal labor camps, mainly in the Vorkuta area beyond the Arctic Circle. These camps were also used to serve the sentences of criminals whose widely branched secret organization ruled the camps and terrorized German prisoners of war. Probably for fear of this organization and extremely strict conditions, Antifa committees and other groups of political "activists" did not function in the penal labor camps.

After the end of hostilities, members of the Antifa committees prepared written opinions about the prisoners, and their recommendations depended on their early or later release from the camp and their return to Germany. During the war, the most active and distinguished members of the Antifa camp committees were "promoted" to members of the National Committee "Free Germany", and after the war, to membership in the Socialist Unity Party of Germany, which in April 1946 took power in the German Democratic Republic established by Moscow. In East Germany, Antifa did not work, but was reborn based on a proven model, first in West Berlin and then in the Federal Republic of Germany, from where it branched into neighboring countries thatsovereignty in the process of disintegration of the family of socialist states and the Soviet Union. It appeared in Poland in the 1990s and, in line with the pattern developed by the NKVD from the 1930s, claims that "it is an informal anti-fascist movement, devoid of any leadership or internal hierarchy." As years ago, he organizes demonstrations and causes "trouble" with every "fascist" movement, for which he considers, among others The Polish National Community, the National-Radical Camp, the National Rebirth of Poland or the All-Polish Youth.



I used to read a larger study. People who study history do not even know what a treasure Boris Yeltsin was for the researchers. In fear of losing power, he decided to do something similar to the Nuremberg Trials - he opened the Soviet archives for historians. Books and studies of some historians are a duty to understand the communist movement and its development to the present day. Ie.  Vladimir Bukovsky @Farseer 

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@WuDu @Livertool @Farseer as a man has a certain knowledge, we see what a garbage can Wikipedia is. I was looking for a judges in Nuremberg Trials

Judges

 

Then you naturally hit on Great Purge,   but when you want to find important NKVD orders concerning mass purges - one of the most important is missingPuking  You can find there   - NKVD Order no. 00447, 

NKVD Order No. 00485 in connection to Polish Operation is missing - about 50% of national purges were Poles during Great Purge.

There should even be a mention of this judge and his participation in the Great Terror in Norymberg Trials - cool irony - mass murderers are judges in the trial of other mass murderers. Only the TOP  (ie. Stalin,Nikolai Yezhov, judges like Iona Nikitchenko ) survived Great Terror/Purge - later, the purges also included those who carried out them directly to hide (the scale of) the crimeSecret It should be mentioned that it was not even Soviet law, but administrative orders - for clear reasons ...

The historians' theories about these purges are interesting - one of them is -  Stalin believed on 100% that Poland would attack the Soviets with Hitler in the future - it was the elemination of potential underground unitsWonder

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Interesting read, @pinki.

Ladies and Gentlemen, the beautiful faces of antifa; Portland edition:

 

Mug-shots2

 

Upper middle brings the LOLZZZZUpper middle brings the LOLZZZZ

 

Bottom right; Male or Female?Bottom right; Male or Female?

 

Miss Antifa contestant in the upper right?Miss Antifa contestant in the upper right?

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We're gonna win on so many levels! We're gonna win, win, win. You're gonna get so tired of winning, you're gonna say: "Mr. President please, we don't wanna win anymore, it's too much!" And I'm gonna say: "I'm sorry, we're gonna keep winning because we're gonna make America great again!"
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@WuDu 

You should watch some gigs of GG Allin Haha 

Spoiler: nothing to do with poker thou that would be cool poker alias Laugh

To bet or not to bet, that is the question.
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