It Begins: Antifa Recruitment Video Shows Them Now Doing What We’ve All Been Fearing

A new Antifa cell is set to launch in Philadelphia, PA.

They are calling for revolution, violence against police officers, and the seizing of property. True patriots, huh?

Their latest recruitment video is probably inspired by ISIS, showing them preying on the young, weak, and vulnerable.

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement (RAM) describes itself at its website:

The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement is a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States. We situate our political movement in the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery and continue in the tradition, from Nat Turner to the Black Liberation Movement. We believe the Civil War was never resolved and the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex. Our struggle today must begin from this starting point. Lastly, as revolutionary anarchists, the abolitionist struggle must be extended to the state and capitalism, the perpetrators of oppression. The revolutionary movement in the US today is at a cross roads, as fascist movements are expanding, and the state becomes increasingly authoritarian. The Rojava Revolution, in northern Syria, provides us with a model for revolution today with its foundation in communal and council based political organization and militant defense.

With the launch of this new sect, RAM has set several goals. One short term, known as the “underground railroad”:

We will create networks for those facing detention, incarceration, deportation, or white supremacist violence to escape and live with dignity. We invite revolutionaries to help build a contemporary underground railroad, outside the reach of the state. Revolutionaries, social centers, and antifa groups that are already active can help build greater infrastructure of resistance to support those fleeing the state. From this foundation, we set the political framework for the next stages.

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