Yet Another “Movement” for Violent Leftist Kooks

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Yet Another "Movement" for Violent Leftist Kooks

You may not have heard of them yet, but they want your stuff and they mean to take it from you, because raaaaacism.

via Front­Page Mag Dis­cover the Net­works:

Formed in May 2017 and based in New York City, the Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Abo­li­tion­ist Move­ment (RAM) is a con­tin­gent of the Marxist/​anarchist Antifa move­ment which has made many head­lines this year with its vio­lent, bloody attacks against con­ser­v­a­tives from coast to coast. RAM’s self-​described “rev­o­lu­tion­ary anar­chists” are com­mit­ted to wag­ing “armed” war­fare against Amer­i­can “fas­cism” ― the term that RAM employs as a syn­onym for con­ser­vatism. Rooted in what it calls “the con­text of the abo­li­tion­ist strug­gle against slav­ery” ― and “ded­i­cated to free­ing peo­ple from bondage and build­ing resis­tance in the United States” ― RAM con­tends not only that Amer­ica was “built on slav­ery and geno­cide,” but also that “mod­ern slav­ery and mass bru­tal­ity” against black peo­ple “per­sist unchecked” to this day.

Because “the Civil War was never resolved,” RAM elab­o­rates, “the sys­tem of slav­ery tran­si­tioned into the prison indus­trial com­plex” where blacks are inar­cer­ated in dis­pro­por­tion­ately high num­bers. On the premise that the United States gov­ern­ment has con­spired “with white suprema­cist orga­ni­za­tions” to “ensure that the rela­tions of slav­ery [remain] entrenched in U.S. polit­i­cal, social, and eco­nomic life,” RAM claims that “the [slave] ships” of yes­ter­year have been replaced by the “cor­rec­tional buses” that trans­port African Amer­i­cans en masse to prison cells across the coun­try; that “the [slave] auc­tion blocks [of the 1800s] are now the court­rooms” in Amer­i­can cities; and that black peo­ple today “are indeli­bly marked with prison num­bers that remain etched on their records till they die.”

The abo­li­tion­ist strug­gle,” says RAM, must be extended and directed against “the state and cap­i­tal­ism,” which are sup­pos­edly the lead­ing modern-​day “per­pe­tra­tors of oppres­sion.” Openly advo­cat­ing vio­lence against “fas­cists” and police offi­cers ― the lat­ter of whom RAM views as government-​sanctioned enablers of fas­cism ― the Move­ment indoc­tri­nates its mem­bers and allies by means of work­shops bear­ing titles like “Intro­duc­tion to Anar­chism” and “Our Ene­mies in Blue.” MORE

From the RAM web­site, we learn that they intend to rem­edy what they see as the injus­tice of send­ing crim­i­nals to prison and deport­ing ille­gal for­eign invaders is to cre­ate their ver­sion of the “Under­ground Rail­road” to facil­i­tate eva­sion of jus­tice for fugitives:

We will cre­ate net­works for those fac­ing deten­tion, incar­cer­a­tion, depor­ta­tion, or white suprema­cist vio­lence to escape and live with dig­nity. We invite rev­o­lu­tion­ar­ies to help build a con­tem­po­rary under­ground rail­road, out­side the reach of the state. Rev­o­lu­tion­ar­ies, social cen­ters, and antifa groups that are already active can help build greater infra­struc­ture of resis­tance to sup­port those flee­ing the state.

They will need resources to accom­plish their ille­gal goals, which they will obtain by tak­ing from those who are unwill­ing to pro­vide (AKA stealing):

To carve out an autonomous ter­ri­tory, or to begin the rev­o­lu­tion­ary process, goods, land, and tools must be expro­pri­ated, or taken away from those who with­hold them.

Who are heroes to these peo­ple? Cop killers, of course!

Among RAM’s most vis­i­ble indi­vid­ual heroes are a pair of Marx­ist cop-​killers and for­mer Black Pan­ther Party mem­bers: (a) Mumia Abu Jamal, whom RAM char­ac­ter­izes as a shin­ing sym­bol of “Philadelphia’s rich rev­o­lu­tion­ary tra­di­tion,” and (b) Rus­sell Shoats, who char­ac­ter­ized him­self as “a run­away slave” when he escaped in 1977 from the prison where he was serv­ing a life sen­tence for the mur­der of a Philadel­phia police officer.

RAM also greatly admires the Marx­ist rev­o­lu­tion­ar­ies Angela Davis, who in 1970 pro­vided the gun that was used by one of her Black Pan­ther com­rades to blow off the head of a Cal­i­for­nia judge, and Assata Shakur, who in 1973 fired two fatal gun­shots into the head of a New Jer­sey state trooper.

Colum­bus Day is com­ing up soon, and these goons have plans for it:

Today, RAM is call­ing for its sup­port­ers to stage “Deface Colum­bus Day” demon­stra­tions across the United States in early Octo­ber. Most notably, those sup­port­ers are urged to “‘dec­o­rate’ their neigh­bor­hoods” with the hash­tags “#Fu**ColumbusDay” and “#DestroyColonialism.”

The left just keeps on push­ing, never expect­ing the laws they break to ever be enforced or for their intended vic­tims to ever fight back. I guess we will just have to see how that all works out for them.

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MJ Steven­son, AKA Zilla, is best known on the web as Zilla at MareZilla​.com. She lives in a wood­land shack near a creek, in one of those rural parts of New York State that nobody knows or cares about, with her fam­ily and a large pack of guardian com­pan­ion ani­mals.

You may not have heard of them yet, but they want your stuff and they mean to take it from you, because raaaaacism.

via FrontPage Mag Discover the Networks:

Formed in May 2017 and based in New York City, the Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement (RAM) is a contingent of the Marxist/anarchist Antifa movement which has made many headlines this year with its violent, bloody attacks against conservatives from coast to coast. RAM’s self-described “revolutionary anarchists” are committed to waging “armed” warfare against American “fascism” ― the term that RAM employs as a synonym for conservatism. Rooted in what it calls “the context of the abolitionist struggle against slavery” ― and “dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States” ― RAM contends not only that America was “built on slavery and genocide,” but also that “modern slavery and mass brutality” against black people “persist unchecked” to this day.

Because “the Civil War was never resolved,” RAM elaborates, “the system of slavery transitioned into the prison industrial complex” where blacks are inarcerated in disproportionately high numbers. On the premise that the United States government has conspired “with white supremacist organizations” to “ensure that the relations of slavery [remain] entrenched in U.S. political, social, and economic life,” RAM claims that “the [slave] ships” of yesteryear have been replaced by the “correctional buses” that transport African Americans en masse to prison cells across the country; that “the [slave] auction blocks [of the 1800s] are now the courtrooms” in American cities; and that black people today “are indelibly marked with prison numbers that remain etched on their records till they die.”

“The abolitionist struggle,” says RAM, must be extended and directed against “the state and capitalism,” which are supposedly the leading modern-day “perpetrators of oppression.” Openly advocating violence against “fascists” and police officers ― the latter of whom RAM views as government-sanctioned enablers of fascism ― the Movement indoctrinates its members and allies by means of workshops bearing titles like “Introduction to Anarchism” and “Our Enemies in Blue.”    MORE

From the RAM website, we learn that they intend to remedy what they see as the injustice of sending criminals to prison and deporting illegal foreign invaders is to create their version of the “Underground Railroad” to facilitate evasion of justice for fugitives:

We will create networks for those facing detention, incarceration, deportation, or white supremacist violence to escape and live with dignity. We invite revolutionaries to help build a contemporary underground railroad, outside the reach of the state. Revolutionaries, social centers, and antifa groups that are already active can help build greater infrastructure of resistance to support those fleeing the state.

They will need resources to accomplish their illegal goals, which they will obtain by taking from those who are unwilling to provide (AKA stealing):

To carve out an autonomous territory, or to begin the revolutionary process, goods, land, and tools must be expropriated, or taken away from those who withhold them.

Who are heroes to these people? Cop killers, of course!

Among RAM’s most visible individual heroes are a pair of Marxist cop-killers and former Black Panther Party members: (a) Mumia Abu Jamal, whom RAM characterizes as a shining symbol of “Philadelphia’s rich revolutionary tradition,” and (b) Russell Shoats, who characterized himself as “a runaway slave” when he escaped in 1977 from the prison where he was serving a life sentence for the murder of a Philadelphia police officer.

RAM also greatly admires the Marxist revolutionaries Angela Davis, who in 1970 provided the gun that was used by one of her Black Panther comrades to blow off the head of a California judge, and Assata Shakur, who in 1973 fired two fatal gunshots into the head of a New Jersey state trooper.

Columbus Day is coming up soon, and these goons have plans for it:

Today, RAM is calling for its supporters to stage “Deface Columbus Day” demonstrations across the United States in early October. Most notably, those supporters are urged to “‘decorate’ their neighborhoods” with the hashtags “#Fu**ColumbusDay” and “#DestroyColonialism.”

The left just keeps on pushing, never expecting the laws they break to ever be enforced or for their intended victims to ever fight back. I guess we will just have to see how that all works out for them.

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MJ Stevenson, AKA Zilla, is best known on the web as Zilla at MareZilla.com. She lives in a woodland shack near a creek, in one of those rural parts of New York State that nobody knows or cares about, with her family and a large pack of guardian companion animals.