Skip to comments.'Anti-Fascist' Beer Company Owner Calls on Customers to Hit 'Far-Right' 'Fascists' in the Head (T)
Posted on 05/22/2019 3:35:41 PM PDT by rktman
'Anti-Fascist' Beer Company Owner Calls on Customers to Hit 'Far-Right' 'Fascists' in the Head with a Brick
The owner of Chorlton Brewing Company doubled down on his call to "hit them (people like Nigel Farage) over the head with a brick", stating that murdering "far-right" politicians and their supporters is "acceptable" because it will prevent the genocide of 12 million people.
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And there goes half of his customers.
Interesting, that makes the “Anti-Fascists” the real Fascists
They always were.
How to get away with murder:
1. Be a leftist.
2. Accuse your victim of hypothetical mass genocide.
3. Go for it!
I will not start a fight but will defend myself to the gravest extreme.
An “anti” anything is always just as bad as the thing they are “anti”.
Gosh. What a surprise. This idiot’s Twitter account is still up. I guess calling for smashing people you don’t like in the skull with a brick doesn’t violate Twitter’s terms of service... as long as you call for the right sort of person to get smashed in the skull.
Unfortunately, this is in England, so no Second Amendment.
“Incitement to violence’ permitted in Britain?
If so, then don’t be surprised by the results. The Right is patient... to a point.
(At least here in America)
Lock and load!
Well, then. I heard that the raggedys were throwing bricks at Tommy Robinson supporters today or yesterday.
There was a thread I think.
p.s. I'd like to see this beer company guy come at me with a brick.
Isn’t that inciting violence, and isn’t that a crime?
Go for it mother ####er.
But I better be DEAD with the first blow.
Or I’ll punch them on the ground in the face until they are no longer breathing.
Still have a boxer’s punch, if nothing else of a boxer lol
Inciting crime, to cause bodily harm.
They should be tried and locked up.
Remember how the “I was only following orders.” defense turned out?
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