Trump Admits to Extrajudicial Execution of Antifascist Activist

Cover photo: Ted Warren/Associated Press By Peter Cherry A New York Times investigation into the murder of antifascist activist Michael Reinoehl at the hands of US Marshals has revealed important evidence that this was a targeted political assassination. Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr have upheld the cold-blooded murder as a model for dealing with antifascists who dare to defend themselves against armed reactionaries … Continue reading Trump Admits to Extrajudicial Execution of Antifascist Activist

Fascist Militias Begin Hunt for Fictional Antifa Arsonists

By Brian Martel In the wake of the massive fires which have engulfed the west coast, reactionaries in Oregon have begun forming armed patrols in search of looters and ‘antifa’ arsonists. The rumors of ‘antifa’ being behind the wildfires first began online, and were then popularized by reactionary, Trump-supporting ‘QAnon’ conspiracy theorists. These rumors began circulating only days after Portland celebrated their 100th consecutive night … Continue reading Fascist Militias Begin Hunt for Fictional Antifa Arsonists

Michael Forest Reinoehl, Servant of the People, Defender of Black Lives, Will Never Die!

By the Editorial Board On Thursday night, September 3, a Federal Fugitive Task Force murdered Michael Forest Reinoehl, suspected of killing a Patriot Prayer affiliated fascist in Portland, Oregon. The killing of Reinoehl can only be considered an assassination at the hands of the police to send a political message, that defending Black lives and rebelling against reactionaries is now punishable by death. Reineoehl is … Continue reading Michael Forest Reinoehl, Servant of the People, Defender of Black Lives, Will Never Die!

A First Glimpse of People’s Justice in Portland

By the Editorial Board Update: Late Thursday night, it was reported that Michael Forest Reinoehl, the suspected shooter of fascist Aaron J. Danielson, was gunned down by police. This can only be seen as political retaliation against the people for defending themselves with revolutionary violence. Read Tribune’s response to this development here. As the protest movement first ignited by the May Uprisings was beginning to … Continue reading A First Glimpse of People’s Justice in Portland

Austin: Police Repress People’s Rights to Clear Way for Pro-Police Rally

By Mike Talavera Last weekend, police arrested 18 people who were counter-protesting a pro-police rally organized by the Wind Therapy Freedom Riders in front of Austin Police Department (APD) Headquarters. Police targeted counter-protest chant leaders and banner holders, repressing the people’s rights to show their anger against the police and their supporters, including known fascists. Police quickly began pepper spraying counter-protesters who had shown up … Continue reading Austin: Police Repress People’s Rights to Clear Way for Pro-Police Rally

Fascist Groups See Resurgence Under Economic Crisis, Movement for Black Lives

By Jakob Stein Over the past several months of US imperialism’s deepening economic crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the May Uprisings precipitated by the murder of George Floyd, fascist groups of various stripes have once again gained visibility in the public eye. As Donald Trump continues to denounce the movement for Black lives and threatens to categorize ‘Antifa’ as a terror group, people across the … Continue reading Fascist Groups See Resurgence Under Economic Crisis, Movement for Black Lives

Trump Gestures to Fascism as US Imperialism Faces Deepening Crisis

By the Editorial Board On July 3, Donald Trump gave a speech with heavy fascist overtones at Mount Rushmore to commemorate US ‘Independence Day.’ As the crisis of US imperialism continues to deepen and the number of COVID-19 cases in the country tops three million, Trump’s address represented the further reactionization of the state through the executive branch. The speech sought to rile up his … Continue reading Trump Gestures to Fascism as US Imperialism Faces Deepening Crisis

Denmark: Rebellion Breaks Out in Aarhus

By Peter Cherry Earlier this month in Denmark, the people in Gellerupparken (a large proletarian neighborhood in West Aarhus) reacted with revolutionary violence after the police shot a man during an anti-fascist demonstration, because he threatened a fascist named Rasmus Paludan who was provoking those in the neighborhood. Paludan leads a fascist party called Stram Kurs (“Hard Line”) which has been attacking immigrant neighborhoods and … Continue reading Denmark: Rebellion Breaks Out in Aarhus

Brazil: Military Police Arrest 112 Antifascist Demonstrators

By Nélida Tello A demonstration against fascist President Jair Bolsonaro and the military high command scheduled for the morning of June 7 at the Mercado de São Braz in the city of Belém was heavily repressed by Military Police before it could even begin. Demonstrations were held in 11 states as well as the federal capital. Before the demonstration stated, Belém Superintendence of Mobility (SEMOB) … Continue reading Brazil: Military Police Arrest 112 Antifascist Demonstrators