Austin, Texas: Antifa Militants Put Severed Pigs Heads at Campaign Offices, Calling for a Boycott to Elections and a Revolution

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Five separate GOP offices have been attacked by Antifa, which has escalated their extremist activities by placing severed pig heads at multiple polling locations in Austin, Texas, including the campaign offices of Republican Ted Cruz and his Democratic opponent, Beto O’Rourke.  The Red Guards Austin posted a message on October 10th condemning the old crooked ruling class, which, ironically, has been funding Antifa and other far-left groups.  They also called for building up the Communist party through a “mighty Red Army” based on the Maoist model that slaughtered tens of thousands of people.

After attacking five separate GOP offices, Antifa has escalated their extremist activities by placing severed pig heads at multiple polling locations and campaign offices in the Austin, TX area. This comes directly on the heels of the media accusing Republicans of “seizing” on the “angry mob” mantra in order to generate a better turnout for the midterms.

The Red Guards Austin recently shared a blog post with their 8,000 Facebook followers in which they commemorated Mao Zedong’s brutal communist revolution that resulted in millions of people being slaughtered. In this blog post, they called for a boycott of the “bourgeois elections” and advocated for organized revolutionary violence. In one part of the blog, they even called for the formation of a “Red Army” that will destroy the existing state and replace it with a new authoritarian communist state:

Mainly this means uniting under Maoism, establishing self-defense units which are in time converted into a mighty Red Army, encouraging the self-administration of the community under the protection of this army, forming a new state posed to make war on the old

They ended this blog post as they usually do with overt calls for armed violence, “Boycott the Bourgeois Elections! Elections, no! Revolution, yes! The ruling class will rule no more! Revolution, Peoples War!”

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Excerpt from Red Guards Austin, October 10, 2018:

“…In Texas, there is only one type of bloodsucker more detested that the mosquito and it is the bourgeois politician—we are right to hate them!
So what does breaking this cycle of abuse and manipulation [of voting] look like?  It looks like organizing in your communities, stepping outside of bourgeois structures of the old decaying state. It looks like building the Communist Party through direct confrontation with recognized class enemies. Mainly this means uniting under Maoism, establishing self-defense units which are in time converted into a mighty Red Army, encouraging the self-administration of the community under the protection of this army, forming a new state posed to make war on the old.
This great change does not happen overnight or all at once. It occurs through the course of organized class combat, class against class.  The necessity of revolution must be grasped and this matter can no longer be delayed by the clownery imperialist elections. Develop the combined strength of the proletariat, its allied classes, the Party and its Red Army.”

 

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Somehow I get the feeling that someone high up in charge of things is just itching to make good use of their DHS and FEMA camps.