Thursday, March 08, 2018
TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY ANTIFA COMMIES DECLARE WAR AGAINST RADICAL LIBERAL LABOR ACTIVISTS!!!
Right now a rancorous debate among local factions of the far, far local left-wing intensifies and holds implications for all of Kansas City as we approach another season of protest.
To wit . . .
KANSAS CITY ANTIFA COMMIES DENOUNCE PROGRESSIVE ACTIVISTS IN A SEETHING POST THAT PROMISES THE DESTRUCTION OF FORMER COLLEGUES!!!
An intro to a comprehensive screed that's only entertaining for about the first three lines . . .
"Tensions between the Kansas City “anarchist” milieu and communists have reached a boiling point in recent weeks. At this point we will no longer work or cooperate on any level with the small counter-revolutionary clique of so-called anarchists, or any local group or organization that is connected to them or supports them in any manner."
The post details ongoing beef with highlights including a recent heavy metal show shut down and armed protest against 3%ers.
The somewhat stunning conclusion and promise of more conflict to come . . .
"As it stands, the counter-revolutionaries in the local IWW and JBGC represent a threat to everyone involved in local revolutionary organizing and to the people of Kansas City. We will not sit by and let these unprincipled swine gain any foothold in our city. We will throw everything we have at snuffing them out, and frustrating their efforts, and if need be dismantling their organizations."
The post is authored by the "Kansas City Revolutionary Collective" which is an even more militant faction of the P.Y.O. - A group famous for their police horse-slapping protest against the Trump campaign for the Presidency.
Accordingly and because all of this is kinda reminiscent of 70s era college-protest antics without the bell bottoms or "free love" fun . . .
This local beef among Kansas City underground protests is important because it delineates the very real differences among local progressives. Some are dedicated to strident but peaceful political activism while others openly engage violent threats.
Moreover . . . As the weather warms and Midterm elections bring more protest . . . The discord among radical progressives has the potential to impact far more progressive protesters caught in the midst of ongoing heated exchanges they might not understand given the liberal tendency to suppress alternative factions within their own movement.
Developing . . .