新闻来源：《Zero Hedge/零对冲》；作者：Soeren Kern (盖特斯研究所，The Gatestone Institute/)
Antifa 在美国的发展有着比较久的历史只是最近借助George Floyd 事件再次推向了高峰。Antifa基本由无业年轻人，20岁出头多数男性组成，他们分布在美国各个州，这种现象与欧洲的Antifa情况特别类似。 Antifa是有组织行为的暴力抗议者，让川普下台，扰乱其在2020年的总统竞选。长期目标就是推翻现在的资本主义社会，取而代之的是乌托邦共产主义。
Antifa 的抗议提前安排了路线，暴力供应品，侦察员甚至医疗团队。究竟是谁在其后出谋划策，组织安排。看其财务来源便不难发现，索罗斯的开放社会基金会是主要赞助者。索罗斯还赞助了很多其他极左翼分子的各种活动和团体。以川普总统为主的美国政府计划将Antifa定义为恐怖分子， 支持Antifa的媒体高调辩护。在这种意识形态上的较量，是选择不完美但是基于法治基础上的资本主义还是选择乌托邦充满暴力的社会主义共产主义，一目了然。
A Brief History Of Antifa: Part II
This is Part II of a series on the history of the global Antifa movement. Part I described Antifa and explored the ideological origins of the group. Part II examines the history, tactics and goals of the movement in the United States.
U.S. President Donald Trump recently announced that the American government would designate Antifa — a militant "anti-fascist" movement — as a terrorist organization due to the violence that erupted at George Floyd protests across the United States.
The Code of Federal Regulations (28 C.F.R. Section 0.85) defines terrorism as "the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives."
联邦法规（28 CFR第0.85节）将恐怖主义定义为“为促进政治或社会目的而非法使用武力和暴力侵害个人或财产，以恐吓或胁迫政府，平民或任何阶层 ”
American media outlets sympathetic to Antifa have jumped to its defense. They argue that the group cannot be classified as a terrorist organization because, they claim, it is a vaguely-defined protest movement that lacks a centralized structure.
As the following report shows, Antifa is, in fact, highly networked, well-funded and has a clear ideological agenda: to subvert, often with extreme violence, the American political system, with the ultimate aim of replacing capitalism with communism. In the United States, Antifa's immediate aim is to remove President Trump from office.
Gatestone Institute has identified Antifa groups in all 50 U.S. states, with the possible exception of West Virginia. Some states, including California, Texas and Washington, appear to have dozens of sub-regional Antifa organizations.
盖特斯通研究所（Gatestone Institute）已在美国所有50个州中确定了有安提法 团体，可能是西弗吉尼亚州除外。 包括加利福尼亚，德克萨斯州和华盛顿在内的一些州似乎有数十个区域的安提法组织。
It is difficult precisely to determine the size of the Antifa movement in the United States. The so-called "Anti-Fascists of Reddit," the "premier anti-fascist community" on the social media platform Reddit, has approximately 60,000 members. The oldest Antifa group in America, the Portland, Oregon-based "Rose City Antifa," has more than 30,000 Twitter followers and 20,000 Facebook followers, not all of whom are necessarily supporters. "It's Going Down," a media platform for anarchists, anti-fascists and autonomous anti-capitalists, has 85,000 Twitter followers and 30,000 Facebook followers.
对于美国安提法运动的规模很难做出精准的判定。 社交媒体平台Reddit上的所谓“ Reddit反法西斯主义者”，即“高级安提法社区”，大约有六万名成员。 美国最古老的安提法团体，位于俄勒冈州波特兰的“ 玫瑰城安提法”，拥有三万多名推特关注者和两万名脸书关注者，但不一定都是支持者。 一个面向无政府主义者，反法西斯主义者和自治反资本主义者的媒体平台“ It's Going Down”，拥有八万五千个推特关注者和三万个脸书关注者。
Germany, which has roughly one-quarter of the population of the United States, is home to 33,000 extreme leftists, of whom 9,000 are believed to be extremely dangerous, according to the domestic intelligence agency (Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz, BfV). Violent left-wing agitators are predominantly male, between 21 and 24 years of age, usually unemployed, and, according to BfV, 92% still live with their parents. Anecdotal evidence suggests that most Antifa members in the United States have a similar socio-economic profile.
根据（德国）当地情报机构BfV的数据，德国大约有美国四分之一的人口，是三万三名极左派分子的家园，据信其中九千名极度左派分子非常危险。 暴力的左翼煽动者主要是男性，年龄在21至24岁之间，通常无业，据BfV称，这些人中的92％仍与父母同住。 传闻指出，美国大多数安提法成员具有相似的社会经济特征。
In America, national Antifa groups, including "Torch Antifa Network," "Refuse Fascism" and "World Can't Wait" are being financed — often generously, as shown below — by individual donors as well as by large philanthropic organizations, including the Open Society Foundations founded by George Soros.
在美国，国家安提法团体（包括“火炬反法西斯网络”，“拒绝安提法”和“世界无法等待”）通常是被私人和大型慈善组织慷慨地捐助，以下所示：包括 乔治·索罗斯（George Soros）建立的开放社会基金会。
To evade detection by law enforcement, Antifa groups in the United States often use encrypted social media platforms, such as Signal and Telegram Messenger, to communicate and coordinate their activities, sometimes across state lines. Not surprisingly, the U.S. Department of Justice is currently investigating individuals linked to Antifa as a step to unmasking the broader organization.
为了逃避执法部门的侦查，美国的安提法团体经常使用加密的社交媒体平台（例如Signal和Telegram Messenger）来交流和协调其活动，有时跨州界。 毫不奇怪，美国司法部目前正在调查与安提法（Antifa）有联系的个人，迈开了揭露更广泛的组织的第一步。
Historical Origins of American Antifa
In the United States, Antifa's ideology, tactics and goals, far from being novel, are borrowed almost entirely from Antifa groups in Europe, where so-called anti-fascist groups, in one form or another, have been active, almost without interruption, for a century.
As in Europe, the aims and objectives of the American Antifa movement can be traced back to a single, overarching century-long ideological war against the "fascist ideals" of capitalism and Christianity, which the Antifa movement wants to replace with a "revolutionary socialist alternative."
The first so-called anti-fascist group in the United States was the American League Against War and Fascism, established in 1933 by the Communist Party USA. The League, which claimed to oppose fascism in Europe, was actually dedicated to subverting and overthrowing the U.S. government.
In testimony to the U.S. Congress in 1953, CPUSA leader Manning Johnson revealed that the American party had been instructed by the Communist International in the 1930s to set up the American League Against War and Fascism:
"as a cover to attack our government, our social system, our leaders... used as a cover to attack our law-enforcement agencies and to build up mass hate against them... used as a cover to undermine national security... used as a cover to defend Communists, the sworn enemies of our great heritage... used as a cover for preparing millions of people ideologically and organizationally for the overthrow of the United States Government."
A precursor to the modern Antifa movement was the Black Panthers, a revolutionary political organization established in October 1966 by Marxist college students in Oakland, California. The group advocated the use of violence and guerilla tactics to overthrow the U.S. government.
Historian Robyn C. Spencer noted that Black Panther leaders were deeply influenced by "The United Front of the Working Class Against Fascism," a report by Georgi Dimitroff delivered at the Seventh World Congress of the Communist International in July and August 1935:
历史学家罗宾·斯宾塞（Robyn C. Spencer）指出，黑豹组织的领导人深受 “反法西斯工人阶级联合阵线” 的影响，乔治·迪米特洛夫（Georgi Dimitroff）在1935年7月和8月举行的共产国际第七次世界大会上发表了一份报告：
"By 1969, the Panthers began to use fascism as a theoretical framework to critique the U.S. political economy. They defined fascism as 'the power of finance capital' which 'manifests itself not only as banks, trusts and monopolies but also as the human property of FINANCE CAPITAL — the avaricious businessman, the demagogic politician, and the racist pig cop."
“到1969年，黑豹党开始以法西斯主义作为批评美国政治经济的理论框架。他们将法西斯主义定义为“金融资本的力量”，（法西斯）不仅证明自己是银行，信托和垄断，而且还证明了自己是人类的财务资本 -如 顽强的商人，煽动性的政治家和种族主义的猪警察。”
In July 1969, the Black Panthers organized an "anti-fascist" conference called "United Front Against Fascism," attended by nearly 5,000 activists:
1969年7月，黑豹组织了一次名为 “反法西斯” 的会议，称为 “反法西斯统一战线” ，近五千名积极分子参加了会议：
"The Panthers hoped to create a 'national force' with a 'common revolutionary ideology and political program which answers the basic desires and needs of all people in fascist, capitalist, racist America.'"
The last day of the conference was devoted to a detailed plan by the Black Panthers to decentralize police forces nationwide. Spencer wrote:
"They proposed amending city charters to establish autonomous community-based police departments for every city which would be accountable to local neighbourhood police control councils comprised of 15 elected community members. They launched the National Committees to Combat Fascism (NCCF), a multiracial nationwide network, to organize for community control of the police."
In 1970, members of the Black Panthers created a terrorist group called the Black Liberation Army, whose stated goal was to "weaken the enemy capitalist state."
1970年，黑豹成员创建了一个名为 “黑人解放军” 的恐怖组织，其既定目标是 “削弱敌对的资本主义国家”
BLA member Assata Shakur described the group's organizational structure, which is similar to the one used by today's Antifa movement:
"The Black Liberation Army was not a centralized, organized group with a common leadership and chain of command. Instead there were various organizations and collectives working together out of various cities, and in some larger cities there were often several groups working independently of each other."
Other ideological anchors of the modern Antifa movement in the United States include a left-wing terrorist group known as the Weather Underground Organization, the American equivalent to Germany's Red Army Faction. The Weather Underground, responsible for bombings and riots throughout the 1970s, sought to achieve "the destruction of U.S. imperialism and form a classless communist world."
Former FBI Counterterrorism Director Terry Turchie has noted the similarities between Black Lives Matter today and the Black Panther Party and Weather Underground groups of the 1960s and 1970s:
"The Black Panther Party was a Marxist Maoist Leninist organization and that came from Huey Newton, one of the co-founders, who said we're standing for nothing more than the total transformation of the United States government.
"He went on to explain that they wanted to take the tension that already existed in black communities and exacerbate it where they can. To take those situations where there is a tinderbox and light the country on fire.
"Today we're seeing the third revolution and they think they can make this happen. The only thing that is different are the names of the groups."
The roots of the modern Antifa movement in the United States can be traced back to the 1980s, with the establishment of Anti-Racist Action, a network of anarchist punk rock aficionados dedicated to fist-fighting neo-Nazi skinheads.
Mark Bray, author of "The Antifa Handbook," explained:
《 安提法手册》的作者Mark Bray解释说：
"In many cases, the North American modern Antifa movement grew up as a way to defend the punk scene from the neo-Nazi skinhead movement, and the founders of the original Anti-Racist Action network in North America were anti-racist skinheads. The fascist/anti-fascist struggle was essentially a fight for control of the punk scene during the 1980s, and that was true across of much of north America and in parts of Europe in this era.
"There's a huge overlap between radical left politics and the punk scene, and there's a stereotype about dirty anarchists and punks, which is an oversimplification but grounded in a certain amount of truth."
Anti-Racist Action was inspired by Anti-Fascist Action (AFA), a militant anti-fascist group founded in Britain in the late 1970s. The American group shared the British group's penchant for violently attacking political opponents. ARA was eventually renamed the Torch Network, which currently brings together nine militant Antifa groups.
反种族主义行动的灵感来自反法西斯行动（AFA），该组织是1970年代后期在英国成立的激进反法西斯组织。 美国组织同英国组织一样，也喜欢暴力攻击政治对手。 ARA最终改名为 “火炬网络”，该网络目前汇集了9个好战的安提法团体。
In November 1999, mobs of masked anarchists, predecessors to today's Antifa movement, laid waste to downtown Seattle, Washington, during violent demonstrations that disrupted a ministerial conference of the World Trade Organization. The Seattle WTO protests birthed the anti-globalization movement.
In April 2001, an estimated 50,000 anti-capitalists gathered in Quebec to oppose the Third Summit of the Americas, a meeting of North and South American leaders who were negotiating a deal to create a free trade area that would encompass the Western Hemisphere.
In February 2003, hundreds of thousands of anti-war protesters demonstrated against the Iraq War. After the war went ahead anyway, some parts of the so-called progressive movement became more radicalized and birthed the current Antifa movement.
The Rose City Antifa (RCA), founded in Portland, Oregon, in 2007, is the oldest American group to use "Antifa" in its name. Antifa is derived from a group called Antifaschistische Aktion, founded in May 1932 by Stalinist leaders of the Communist Party of Germany. Antifa's logo, with two flags representing anarchism (black flag) and communism (red flag), are derived from the German Antifa movement.
玫瑰城安提法（RCA）成立于2007年，位于俄勒冈州的波特兰，是美国运动团体中用到“安提法”的最早的组织。 安提法起源于1932年5月由德国共产党的斯大林主义领导人成立的Antifaschistische Aktion。 安提法的徽标带有两个旗帜，分别代表无政府主义（黑旗）和共产主义（红旗），来自德国安提法运动。
The American Antifa movement gained momentum in 2016, after Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, a self-described Socialist, lost the Democratic Party's nomination to Hillary Clinton. Grassroots supporters of Sanders vowed to continue his "political revolution" to establish socialism in America.
自称社会主义者的佛蒙特州参议员伯尼·桑德斯（Bernie Sanders）在民主党的提名中输给了希拉里·克林顿（Hillary Clinton）之后，美国的安提法运动在2016年获得了动力。 桑德斯的基层支持者发誓要继续（发展）他的“政治革命”，以在美国建立社会主义。
Meanwhile, immigration became a new flashpoint in American politics after Donald Trump campaigned on a pledge to reduce illegal migration. In June 2016, protestors violently attacked supporters of Donald Trump outside a rally in San Jose, California. In January 2017, hundreds of Antifa rioters tried to disrupt President Trump's inauguration ceremony in Washington, DC.
于此同时，在唐纳德·川普（Donald Trump）总统竞选提出减少非法移民的承诺后，移民成为美国政治中的新热点。 2016年6月，在加利福尼亚州圣何塞举行的一次集会之外，抗议者武力袭击了川普的支持者。 2017年1月，数百名安提法暴徒试图破坏川普总统在华盛顿特区的就职典礼。
In February 2017, Antifa rioters employing so-called black bloc tactics — they wear black clothing, masks or other face-concealing items so that they cannot be identified by police — shut down a speech by Milos Yiannopoulos, a far-right activist who was slated to speak at the University of California at Berkeley, the birthplace of the 1964 Free Speech Movement. Antifa radicals claimed that Yiannopoulos was planning to "out" undocumented students at Berkeley for the purpose of having them arrested. Masked Antifa vandals armed with Molotov cocktails, bricks and a host of other makeshift weapons fought police and caused more than $100,000 in property damage.
2017年2月，安提法暴徒采用所谓的 “黑集团”战术-他们穿黑衣服，戴黑色口罩或其他黑色掩面物品，以使警察无法识别他们的身份。极右翼激进分子米洛斯·亚诺普洛斯预定在加州大学伯克利分校（1964年言论自由运动的发源地）的演讲被取消。安提法激进分子声称，亚诺普洛正计划“驱逐”伯克利的无证件学生，目的是逮捕他们。 蒙面的安提法破坏者手持自制汽油弹，砖头和许多其他临时武器，攻击警察，并造成超过10万美元的财产损失。
In June 2018, Republican Representative Dan Donovan of New York introduced Bill HR 6054 — "Unmasking Antifa Act of 2018" — that calls for prison sentences of up to 15 years for anyone who, while wearing a mask or disguise, "injures, oppresses, threatens, or intimidates" someone else who is exercising any right or privilege guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution. The bill remains stalled in the House of Representatives.
2018年6月，纽约共和党代表丹·多诺万（Dan Donovan）提出了HR 6054法案- “揭露《 2018年安提法法案》” ，该法案会让那些戴着口罩或伪装的人得到长达15年的监禁，如果他们“伤害，压迫， 威胁或恐吓”了拥有美国宪法保障的权利或特权的人。 该法案仍在众议院陷入僵局。
In July 2019, Antifa radical Willem Van Spronsen attempted to firebomb the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facility in Tacoma, Washington. He was killed in a confrontation with police.
2019年7月，安提法激进分子威廉·范·斯普朗森（Willem Van Spronsen）试图炸毁位于华盛顿州塔科马的美国移民和海关执法拘留所。 他在与警察的对抗中被击毙。
That same month, U.S. Senators Ted Cruz and Bill Cassidy introduced a resolution that would label Antifa a "domestic terrorist organization." The resolution stated:
"Whereas members of Antifa, because they believe that free speech is equivalent to violence, have used threats of violence in the pursuit of suppressing opposing political ideologies; Whereas Antifa represents opposition to the democratic ideals of peaceful assembly and free speech for all; Whereas members of Antifa have physically assaulted journalists and other individuals during protests and riots in Berkeley, California;
"Now, therefore, be it resolved, that the Senate ... calls for the groups and organizations across the country who act under the banner of Antifa to be designated as domestic terrorist organizations."
"Antifa are terrorists, violent masked bullies who 'fight fascism' with actual fascism, protected by Liberal privilege," said Cassidy. "Bullies get their way until someone says no. Elected officials must have courage, not cowardice, to prevent terror."
Antifa Exploits Death of George Floyd
Antifa radicals increasingly are using incendiary events such as the death of George Floyd in Minnesota as springboards to achieve their broader aims, one of which includes removing President Trump from office.
Veteran national security correspondent Bill Gertz recently reported that the Antifa movement began planning to foment a nationwide anti-government insurgency as early as November 2019, when the U.S. presidential campaign season kicked off in earnest. Former National Security Council staff member Rich Higgins said:
资深国家安全记者比尔·格茨（Bill Gertz）最近报道说，安提法运动最早于2019年11月就开始计划在美国总统竞选季节正式拉开帷幕之际，煽动全国范围的反政府叛乱活动。 国家安全委员会前工作人员里奇·希金斯说：
"Antifa's actions represent a hard break with the long tradition of a peaceful political process in the United States. Their Marxist ideology seeks not only to influence elections in the short term but to destroy the use of elections as the determining factor in political legitimacy.
"Antifa's goal is nothing less than fomenting revolution, civil war and silencing America's anti-communists. Their labeling of Trump supporters and patriots as Nazis and racists is standard fare for left-wing communist groups.
"Antifa is currently functioning as the command and control of the riots, which are themselves the overt utilization of targeted violence against targets such as stores — capitalism; monuments — history; and churches — God."
Joe Myers, a former Defense Intelligence Agency official and counterinsurgency expert, added:
"President Trump's election and revitalization of America are a threat to Antifa's nihilist goals. They are fomenting this violence to create havoc, despair and to target the Trump campaign for defeat in 2020. It is employing organized violence for political ends: destruction of the constitutional order."
New York's top terrorism officer, Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller, explained why the George Floyd protests in New York City became so violent and destructive:
纽约市高级反恐怖主义官员，情报与反恐事务副局长约翰·米勒（John Miller）解释了为何在纽约市的 乔治·弗洛伊德（George Floyd）抗议活动变得如此暴力并具破坏性。
"No. 1, before the protests began, organizers of certain anarchist groups set out to raise bail money and people who would be responsible to be raising bail money, they set out to recruit medics and medical teams with gear to deploy in anticipation of violent interactions with police.
"They prepared to commit property damage and directed people who were following them that this should be done selectively and only in wealthier areas or at high-end stores run by corporate entities.
""And they developed a complex network of bicycle scouts to move ahead of demonstrators in different directions of where police were and where police were not for purposes of being able to direct groups from the larger group to places where they could commit acts of vandalism including the torching of police vehicles and Molotov cocktails where they thought officers would not be.
"We believe that a significant amount of people who came here from out of the area, who have come here as well as the advance preparation, having advance scouts, the use of encrypted information, having resupply routes for things such as gasoline and accelerants as well as rocks and bottles, the raising of bail, the placing of medics. Taken together, this is a strong indicator that they planned to act with disorder, property damage, violence, and violent encounters with police before the first demonstration and/or before the first arrest."
In an interview with The Epoch Times, Bernard B. Kerik, former police commissioner of the New York City Police Department, said that Antifa "100 percent exploited" the George Floyd protests:
纽约市警察局前警察局长伯纳德·B·凯里克（Bernard B. Kerik）在接受《大纪元时报》采访时说，安提法 “100％利用了” 乔治·弗洛伊德（George Floyd）抗议活动：
"It's in 40 different states and 60 cities; it would be impossible for somebody outside of Antifa to fund this. It's a radical, leftist, socialist attempt at revolution.
"They're coming from other cities. That cost money. They didn't do this on their own. Somebody's paying for this.
"What Antifa is doing is they're basically hijacking the black community as their army. They instigate, they antagonize, they get these young black men and women to go out there and do stupid things, and then they disappear off into the sunset."
After photos appeared to show protesters with military-grade communications radios and earpieces, Kerik noted: "They have to be talking to somebody at a central command center with a repeater. Where do those radios go to?"
Across the country, in Bellevue, Washington, which was also hit by looting and violence, Police Chief Steve Mylett confirmed that the people responsible were organized, from out of town, and being paid:
"There are groups paying these looters money to come in and they're getting paid by the broken window. This is something totally different we are dealing with that we have never seen as a profession before. We did have officers that were in different areas that were chasing these groups. When we make contact, they just disperse."
有团体专门付钱给这些暴动者，暴动者通过施暴如打玻璃来得到薪酬。 如此专业的安排是我们之前没遇到过的。我们确实在不同地区布置了人员追捕这些团体， 但当我们接近时，他们就会散开。”
The coordinated violence raises questions about how Antifa is financed. The Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ) is an organizing group that serves as a fiscal sponsor to numerous radical left-wing initiatives, according to Influence Watch, a research group that collects data on advocacy organizations, foundations and donors.
AFGJ, which describes itself as "anti-capitalist" and opposed to the principles of liberal democracy, provides "fiscal sponsorship" to groups advocating numerous foreign and domestic far-left and extreme-left causes, including eliminating the State of Israel.
The Tucson, Arizona-based AFGJ, and people associated with it, have advocated for socialist and communist authoritarian regimes, including in Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela. In the 2000s, AFGJ was involved in anti-globalization demonstrations. In the 2010s, AFGJ was a financial sponsor of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
总部位于亚利桑那州图森的AFGJ及其相关人士一直主张建立社会主义和共产主义的集权政权，包括古巴，尼加拉瓜和委内瑞拉。 在2000年代，AFGJ参与了反全球化示威活动。 在2010年代，AFGJ是“占领华尔街”运动的财务赞助商。
AFGJ has received substantial funding from organizations often claiming to be the mainstream of the center-left. The Open Society Foundations, Tides Foundation, Arca Foundation, Surdna Foundation, Public Welfare Foundation, the Ben & Jerry Foundation and the Brightwater Fund have all made contributions to AFGJ, according to Influence Watch.
One of the groups funded by AFGJ is called Refuse Fascism, a radical left-wing organization devoted to promoting nationwide action to remove from office President Donald Trump, and all officials associated with his administration, on the grounds that they constitute a "fascist regime." The group has been present at many Antifa radical-left demonstrations, also according to Influence Watch. The group is an offshoot of the Radical Communist Party (RCP).
AFGJ资助的一个团体称为 “拒绝法西斯主义” ，这是一个激进的左翼组织，致力于推动全国范围内的行动将川普总统及其政府官员撤职，理由是他们构成了 “法西斯政权”。 ” 根据《影响观察》的报道，该组织曾参加过许多安提法激进左翼示威活动。 该组织是激进共产党（RCP）的分支机构。
In July 2017, the RCP bragged that it took part in violent riots against the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany. The RCP has argued that capitalism is synonymous with fascism and that the election of President Trump would lead the U.S. government to "bludgeon and eliminate whole groups of people."
2017年7月，RCP吹嘘说它参加了反对德国汉堡G20峰会的暴力骚乱。 RCP认为，资本主义是法西斯主义的代名词，川普总统的当选将导致美国政府 “大刀阔斧，消灭所有人民群体”。
In June 2020, Refuse Fascism took advantage of the death of George Floyd to raise money for a "National Revolution Tour" evidently aimed at subverting the U.S. government. The group's slogan states: "This System Cannot Be Reformed, It Must Be Overthrown!"
2020年6月，拒绝法西斯主义利用乔治·弗洛伊德（George Floyd）的去世为 “国家革命之旅” 筹集资金，显然是旨在颠覆美国政府。 该组织的口号是：“该系统无法改革，必须推翻！”
Meanwhile, in Seattle, Washington, Antifa radicals, protesters from Black Lives Matter, and members of the anti-capitalist John Brown Gun Club seized control of the East Precinct neighborhood and established a six-square-block "autonomous zone" called the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, "CHAZ," recently renamed "CHOP," the Capitol Hill Organized (or Occupied) Protest. A cardboard sign at the barricades declares: "You are now leaving the USA." The group issued a list of 30 demands, including the "abolition" of the Seattle Police Department and court system.
同时，在华盛顿州的西雅图，安提法的激进分子，‘黑命贵’的示威者和反资本主义的约翰·布朗枪俱乐部成员夺取了对东区居民区的控制权，并建立了一个六块街区的“自治区”，称为国会山自治区。 自治区“ CHAZ”最近更名为“ CHOP”，这是国会山组织（或占领）的抗议活动。 在路障上的纸板标语上写道：“您现在要离开美国。” 该组织发布了30项要求清单，其中包括“废除”西雅图警察局和法院系统。
"Rapes, robberies and all sorts of violent acts have been occurring in the area and we're not able to get to them," said Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best. Several people have been wounded or killed.
西雅图警察局长卡门·贝斯特（Carmen Best）说：“该地区发生了强奸，抢劫和各种暴力行为，我们无法找到他们。” ，数人受伤或死亡。
Christopher F. Rufo, a contributing editor of City Journal, observed:
"The Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone has set a dangerous precedent: armed left-wing activists have asserted their dominance of the streets and established an alternative political authority over a large section of a neighbourhood. They have claimed de facto police power over thousands of residents and dozens of businesses — completely outside of the democratic process. In a matter of days, Antifa-affiliated paramilitaries have created a hardened border, established a rudimentary form of government based on principles of intersectional representation, and forcibly removed unfriendly media from the territory.
"The Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone is an occupation and taking of hostages: none of the neighbourhood’s residents voted for Antifa as their representative government. Rather than enforce the law, Seattle's progressive political class capitulated to the mob and will likely make massive concessions over the next few months. This will embolden the Antifa coalition — and further undermine the rule of law in American cities."
Antifa in its Own Words
The American Antifa movement's long-term objectives are identical to those of the Antifa movement in Europe: replacing capitalism with a communist utopia. Mark Bray, one of the most vocal apologists for Antifa in the United States and author of "Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook," explained:
美国安提法运动的长期目标与欧洲安提法运动的目标相同：用共产主义的乌托邦代替资本主义。 美国安提法公开辩护人，《 安提法: 反法西斯运动手册》的作者马克·布雷解释说：
"The only long-term solution to the fascist menace is to undermine its pillars of strength in society grounded not only in white supremacy but also in ableism, heteronormativity, patriarchy, nationalism, transphobia, class rule, and many others. This long-term goal points to the tensions that exist in defining anti-fascism, because at a certain point destroying fascism is really about promoting a revolutionary socialist alternative."
Nikkita Oliver, former mayoral candidate of Seattle, Washington, added:
"We need to align ourselves with the global struggle that acknowledges that the United States plays a role in racialized capitalism. Racialized capitalism is built upon patriarchy, white supremacy, and classism."
Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, confirmed that the immediate goal is to remove President Trump from office:
"Trump not only needs to not be in office in November, but he should resign now. Trump needs to be out of office. He is not fit for office. And so, what we are going to push for is a move to get Trump out. While we're also going to continue to push and pressure Joe Biden around his policies and relationship to policing and criminalization. That's going to be important. But our goal is to get Trump out."
Rose City Antifa tweeted:
"As antifascists we know that our fight is not just against organized fascism, but also against the capitalist state, and the police that protect it. Another world is possible!"
Seattle Antifascists added:
"This is the revolution; this is our time and we will make no excuses for the terror."
A group called PNW Youth Liberation Front, Antifa's youth organization, tweeted:
"The only way to win a world without police, prisons, borders, etc. is to destroy the oppressive systems which we are currently caught in. We must continue the fight against the state, imperialism, capitalism, white supremacy, patriarchy, and so on if we ever want to be free."
A pamphlet distributed in the Seattle "Autonomous Zone" stated:
"The idea that the working class can control our own lives, without states, governments or borders, is also called anarchism. But how do we get from our current capitalist society to a future anarchist-communist one? .... In order to destroy the current order, there will need to be a revolution, a time of great upheaval."
A poster in the Seattle "Autonomous Zone" stated:
"Oh, you thought I just wanted to defund the police? This whole system needs to go."
One of the leaders of the Seattle "Autonomous Zone" said:
"Every single day that I show up here I'm not here to peacefully protest. I'm here to disrupt until my demands are met. You cannot rebuild until you break it all the way down. Respond to the demands of the people or prepare to be met with any means necessary. By any means necessary. It's not a slogan or even a warning. I'm letting people know what comes next."
“我出现在这里的每一天，不是在这里进行和平抗议， 我是来阻挠，直到我的要求得到满足。只有彻底破坏它，你才能重建。对人民或人民的要求作出回应 准备以任何必要的方式相遇。以任何必要的方式。这不是口号也不是警告。我只是让人们知道接下来会发生什么。”
A group called the Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement, which has nearly 15,000 Twitter followers, called for an insurrection:
"Revolutionary greetings from the insurrection sweeping throughout the occupied territories of the so-called United States of America.
"As the history of this miserable nation repeats itself once again, what has become clearly evident is that black people have been and will continue to be the only revolutionary force that is capable of toppling the oppressive status quo.
"Everywhere the pigs [a derogatory term for police] have lost their will to fight. Their eyes, which only yesterday were windows to empty hatred and contempt, now display stultifying self-doubt and cowardice. For once, their behaviour portrays their weakness as every step they take back is marked by hesitation.
到处都是猪（对警察的贬义）他们失去了战斗的意愿。 他们的眼睛，直到昨天还充满了仇恨和蔑视，现在却显示出自我怀疑和怯懦。 只有此时，他们的行为表现出了他们的弱点，因为他们犹豫不决地退缩每一步。
"Together, if we keep pushing, this land of chattel slavery, indigenous genocide, and foreign imperial aggression can finally be wiped out so that it will only be remembered as one of the more ugly chapters in human history."
An Antifa radical from Maryland tweeted:
"This isn't protest. This is rebellion. When rebellion gets organized we get revolution. We are seeing the beginnings of that and it's glorious."
An Antifa agitator from New York comments on the American flag:
"That sh*t is a fucking cloth with colors on it. It doesn't live or breathe and is nothing but a representation. Any Black, Latinx, or Native person looking at that thing being respected, should be offended at that flag that represents genocide, rape, slavery, and colonization."
An Antifa media platform, "It's Going Down," wrote:
一个安提法媒体平台“ It's Going Down”写道：
"Looting is an effective means of wealth redistribution."
An Antifa activist from North Carolina on free speech:
"The idea that freedom of speech is the most important thing that we can protect can only be held by someone who thinks that life is analogous to a debate hall. In my opinion, 'no platforming' fascists often infringes (sic) upon their speech, but this infringement is justified for its role in the political struggle against fascism."
Torch Antifa Network, in response to President Trump's announced plans to designate Antifa as a terrorist group:
火炬安提法网络Torch Antifa Network回应川普总统宣布了计划将安提法指定为恐怖组织：
"Antifa will be designating the United States of America as a terrorist organization."
编辑：【喜马拉雅战鹰团】Edited by：【Himalaya Hawk Squad】