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Who are Antifa protesters?

By Somerset Nelson | 21 South News | 0430 24 April 2017
A Berkeley student told 21 South News that half of Antifa (Stand for Anti- Fascist) protesters turn rioters are government employee, some of them are from
School district employee and some are from Department of Work Force.

Dozens teachers from Oakland School district and other government employees join the Antifa in Berkeley last week, including Oakaland School District board member Aimee Sueko Eng, vice president Jody London and Berkeley middle school
teacher and organizer of BAMN and middle school teacher Yvette Felarca.

Some of them are masking and cover their face with black clad. Dozens or more
of college employee from surrounded Berkeley. 21 South news also reported
a black clad man hit Trump supporter with bike lock from Diablo Valley College
professor Eric Clanton. Some masking Antifa from veteran protestors from 1999 WTO protests in Seattle, Washington and Republican National Convention protests, Philadelphia, July 29, 2000, who have full scale of street violent in political activism
and combat experienced.

According to reporting in Brietbart, Berkley Mayor Jesse Arreguin was revealed to be a member of the anti-fascist group, By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), on Facebook. Also New Berkeley police chief Andy Greenwood is son of  Berkeley native retired left-lean police chief George Greenwood who supporter of Democratic party.

Berkeley college bans Ann Coulter speech April 27, but this school host former Iranaian
president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad without pushback from the administration or studentsJudge Jeanine Pirro slammed left-wing “snowflakes” on Fox Channel. 

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Some people have asked why police didn’t do more Saturday to stop the fights that took place. Photo: Tracey Taylor Photo Credit – Berkeley Side

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BAMN is now turn Antifa Leftist radical activism

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