Antifa Website Calls for 'Slaughter' of 'Fascistic Border Patrol Dogs and Their Bosses'

Red Guards - Austin rioting in the street.

In a post Thursday at far-left antifa website Incendiary News, an activist advocated for revolutionaries to rise up and "slaughter" what he called "fascistic Border Patrol dogs and their bosses," Far Left Watch reported on Friday.

Disturbingly, far-left activists have in recent months become more brazenly militant and violent in their rhetoric on their websites and social media, as PJ Media has documented here, here,  here, here, and here.

The author of the Incendiary News piece, Ulrike Salazar, likens Border Patrol agents to SS troops who "take away young boys and girls, tear apart families, throw away undesirables into dark and cramped dungeons."

Then, after decrying all of the so-called atrocities committed by Border Patrol against illegal immigrants, Salazar writes: "This author only hopes that this chapter in American history will also include the moment when revolutionaries rose up with the masses and slaughtered the fascistic Border Patrol dogs and their bosses, slaying them with revolutionary fire and justice."

By "bosses," he presumably means Carla L. Provost, the chief of the U.S. Border Patrol; her boss, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen; and her boss, President Donald J. Trump.

In an attempt to fan the flames, Salazar adds: "Who can read this, knowing the plight of the undocumented immigrant masses who struggle daily not for supremacy but basic economic survival, and have the gall to suppress that uncontrollable rage that builds inside you?"

He also calls on fellow radicals to destroy the "settler-colonialism imperialism" of Customs and Border Protection, ICE, and the whole U.S. covernment from "without, not within," implying through mass violence.

Salazar goes on to praise the Red Guards, a Maoist group that hopes to duplicate in the United States the anarchy and terror Chairman Mao's Red Guards inflicted on China during the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s and 1970s. The group identifies as "antifascist" and has cells throughout the United States. According to Far Left Watch, Incendiary News is run by Red Guards – Austin (RGA)

"Revolutionary organizations throughout the country such as the Red Guards appear to be organizing among the immigrant masses in forming defense units, rallying around the shared slogan of 'fight ICE with fire!'" he writes, adding, "the time for activism is over. Now is the time for war."

Now is the time to mobilize the masses, particularly the immigrant masses from Central America and Mexico, to exact revolutionary vengeance and seize power. Without it, everything is just empty words. End the barbarism. End U.S. imperialism!

The Red Guards' far-left comrades, "Serve the People L.A.," are showing their revolutionary, anti-capitalist zeal by selling "Fight ICE with Fire" t-shirts:

According to Far Left Watch, the Red Guards use social media to "recruit, radicalize, and mobilize other far-left extremists."

Their flagship cell,  Red Guards – Austin, has almost eight thousand Facebook followers. While big tech companies have been systematically censoring conservatives and right-of-center influencers, violent far-left groups are free to openly violate the Terms of Service for these platforms without any consequences.

Their increasingly radical activities are encouraged by their willing or unwilling accomplices in the MSM, who routinely demonize President Trump and his supporters through lopsided and even fabricated news stories painting them as “fascists” or “white supremacists.”