University of Texas Antifa Group Advocates Throwing Bricks at Police Officers’ Heads

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University of Texas at Austin’s Revolutionary Student Front group will resume weekly “self-defense classes” that are really designed to promote violence.  Last October, they sent out a tweet saying, “Bricks belong best thrown at pig heads!”

A student Antifa group taught University of Texas at Austin students “self-defense” Saturday.

University of Texas at Austin’s Revolutionary Student Front group tweeted it would resume “weekly self-defense classes.” It posted a photo of communist soldiers along with its advertisement.

“Our first class is going to be hosted at UT on Saturday at 1:00 PM on the green space by the turtle pond,” the group said. “Dress in comfortable workout clothes (high for the day is 54°) and bring some water!”

However, it appears the student group promotes actions surpassing mere self-defense.

“Bricks belong best thrown at pig heads!” the Revolutionary Student Front said in October.

The organization also believes “white supremacy is at the heart of American values.”

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