Pesti Srácok, 13 June 2020
More hidden camera footage from the American Project Veritas. This time they made recordings within the ranks of Antifa, where they are training their members. The Atlanta leader of an organisation called Refuse Fascism admits that they applied for and received money from the American stock market speculator George Soros – writes V4NA News Agency.
In recent days, Antifa has shown their true colours amid the riots in the United States. It is not surprising that American President Donald Trump has also swung over to recognising it as a terrorist organisation.
Investigative journalists go undercover
Project Veritas, an investigative journalism team working with hidden cameras, has managed to infiltrate Antifa. A member of the group was able to get into an Antifa Fight Club operating in New York, where members are taught various martial arts.
Trained to the level of brutality
In the recording, the instructor explains to those present, that strong blows aimed at the liver or kidneys will paralyse an attacker, and that broken ribs are also painful.
We call this a safe place where you can practice aggression – explains one of the instructors, Chris.
Various defense techniques that can be useful in riots are also demonstrated. Among other things, defense against blunt objects was presented and strangulation was also discussed.
In its latest operation, Project Veritas was able to penetrate an organisation called Refuse Fascism (RF). RF was created in 2016 by radical leftists, including the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, with the goal of overthrowing the Trump administration.
Trump’s resignation is the goal
Project Veritas managed to get the head of the Atlanta branch of Refuse Fascism, Tee Stern, to talk on hidden camera. Stern explained that
the ultimate goal is for people to step out of their comfort zone and for millions to hit the streets and demand the departure of the Trump-Pence regime.
We had previously applied to Soros for support at a particular moment, when I was involved in protecting abortion rights and clinics. We also received support from him when we launched the National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers.
Stern also said that in order to reach millions, millions of dollars would be needed. One of Refuse Fascism’s most memorable actions took place in 2017, when the gay conservative Milo Yiannopoulos was prevented from speaking at an event at the University of California. The protests directed against Milo soon turned into a riot, with several injured and participants setting fires and committing vandalism.
Following the incident, the American news site Daily Caller wrote that the radical left-wing group that organised the demonstration enjoyed the support of organisations funded by George Soros. The Tucson-based Alliance for Global Justice (AfGJ) is a financial sponsor and organiser of Refuse Fascism. In a facebook post made at the time – which is no longer available – the organisation inferred that the incident at the Berkeley campus was not a violent act. The organisation explained that it was the laws advocated by Trump and Yiannopoulos that bred violent acts.
Millions of dollars changing hands
The Alliance for Global Justice 2017 financial documents reveal that they received substantial sums from a Soros-backed organisation called the Tides Foundation. The Tides Foundation provided the AfGJ with more than $261,000, while Tides in turn received more than $2.8 million from the Open Society Foundations in 2017. Amnesty International also handed over $10000 to the AfGJ. This is the same Amnesty International that Soros padded with more than $4 million in 2017 alone. The Astraea Foundation supported the AfGJ with $5000, with Astraea also receiving half a million dollars from Soros.