The antifa is dangerous in a way because whomever is funding and coordinating them can get them on scene in numbers in a way that makes them domestic terrorists.
Just as dangerous are the demoncrap candidates who are all running as "democratic socialists".
It's funny that Vox came out with a list arguing that Hitler was not a socialist. Among the dumber things they posited was" "7) The Nazis did not seize all private property and money, so they weren't socialists."
Which one should take as tacit admission that socialists, even "democratic" ones, do indeed plan to take all of our property and money (and perhaps direct the antifa to take our very lives.) *see tagline
If Vox were to be honest (something the left is not capable of), they would admit that Marx and Engels themselves argued against seizing all private property and money at once.
Its funny that Vox came out with a list arguing that Hitler was not a socialist. Among the dumber things they posited was:
- The Nazis did not seize all private property and money, so they werent socialists.
These measures, of course, will be different in different countries.Fascism/national socialism is merely an example of the measures being different in different countriesboth Benito and Adolf made it clear what the goal was in their multifarious speeches and writings.
Manifesto, chapter 2
It is impossible, of course, to carry out all these measures at once. But one will always bring others in its wake. Once the first radical attack on private property has been launched, the proletariat will find itself forced to go ever further, to concentrate increasingly in the hands of the state all capital, all agriculture, all transport, all trade. All the foregoing measures are directed to this end; and they will become practicable and feasible, capable of producing their centralizing effects to precisely the degree that the proletariat, through its labor, multiplies the countrys productive forces. Finally, when all capital, all production, all exchange have been brought together in the hands of the nation, private property will disappear of its own accord, money will become superfluous, and production will so expand, and man so change, that society will be able to slough off whatever of its old economic habits may remain.
The Principles of Communism
That is a very articulate comment and I will do more research :)