Socialist Alternative front group Campaign Against Racism and Fascism are planning to rally outside the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday, June 7 at 8:30 am, in support of Antifa terrorists responsible for a $50,000 security bill.
Yes, you read that correctly, 8:30 in the morning. Perhaps they plan on Skyping it in.
This is the apologetics supplied by CARF organisers:
“Last year Milo Yiannopolous came to Melbourne. His sold out tour also attracted some of the nastiest, most committed fascists in Melbourne. The Campaign Against Racism and Fascism organised an antifascist antirascist rally. This protest was joined by hundreds of residents from the local flats who were outraged by the appearance of this racist. The cops cracked down on the protests and arrested both fascists and anti-fascists.
“They, and the media, will try and present this as two extremists both equally as concerning for moderate society. We reject this idea. Fascism and and anti fascism completely different. We want to show solidarity with anti-fascists arrested after the Milo protest and the Flemington/Kensington residents. Join us.”
No names appear on the public Facebook page for the event. Perhaps they have learned their lesson. You can read about who is in the group by following the link in the previous sentence. The most notable person associated with CARF is The XYZ’s favourite ranga, Debbie (Skeletor) Brennan:
As pointed out on The XYZ:
“The (CARF) group has burned Australian flags, attacked police, incited riots and sees it as their duty to violently attack and block anyone in Melbourne they see as being “racist” or “fascist”.
“CARF is a front group for people from Socialist Alternative and a few other smaller extremist groups who want to incite a violent revolution to overthrow the state and implement a totalitarian regime. They believe wholeheartedly that the police must be delegitimised and undermined to allow this revolution to happen.”
Among further events planned by the wannabe revolutionaries, the most notable will be their preparation for the arrival of Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux in Melbourne on July 20.
The left never stops, and it loos like we are in for a big month.
Anybody got popcorn?