No, they aren’t backers of President Donald J. Trump and his supporters. In fact, judging by the materials you can download on the group's website, it sure looks like they want to overthrow Trump’s government.
The organization calls itself “Redneck Revolt,” and it’s modeled after the Marxist-communist Left (the real fascists).
As reported by The Daily Caller, Redneck Revolt claims to be another Antifa-related organization that advocates for “revolution” against the rise of “fascism” in the U.S., as well as an end to capitalism (the world’s only successful economic model, historically speaking). To achieve those objectives, the organization is offering followers access to many ‘training’ manuals that discuss “urban guerrilla warfare” and “executions.” (Related: Beware of “Redneck Revolt,” a radical left-wing terrorist organization that’s recruiting starry eyed youth to wage war against the government.)
The Daily Caller notes:
In the wake of the targeted shooting of Republican members of Congress earlier this year, nothing is more concerning than extremist organizations calling for armed revolts against civil society.
Redneck Revolt is one of several Left-wing extremist organizations that have begun in the Age of Trump, and most of them are violent. It is quickly becoming one of the largest Antifa groups, claiming to operate more than 30 verified chapters in 20 states.
Like all communist organizations, Redneck Revolt claims to be made up of, and aimed at, “working class and poor people” while pledging to take “meaningful action” against (guess who?) “the rich,” who is their “common enemy.”
They seek to accomplish this, in part, by engaging in “militant resistance.” The group has shown up armed at pro-Trump rallies, according to its website.
The Daily Caller notes further:
Antifa members have been labeled “anarchist extremists” and listed among “domestic terrorism” groups by the Office of Homeland Security in New Jersey. Daily Caller deputy editor Scott Greer compared antifascist groups to terrorists in a Fox News appearance.
A quick read through the group’s official website reveals language that originated more than a century-and-a-half ago with German sociologist/philosopher Karl Marx – rhetoric that was later honed by the likes of Russia’s Vladimir Lenin and other "great" communist leaders. Everything about capitalism and capitalists is evil, to include property, common national borders and basic systems of civil society like courts, social order, prisons and police.
To Redneck Revolt, these public institutions are “systems of social control [that] only exist to serve the rich.” The group compares the American military to the Ku Klux Klan, having “undermined the struggle for freedom among all people.”
Publications on the group’s website include:
– Piece Now, Peace Later: This little screed, described as “An anarchist introduction to firearms,” opens with a black-and-white photo of a large-caliber bullet with the words, “Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s.”
– Mini-Manual of the Urban Guerrilla: Originally written in 1969 by Brazilian revolutionary Carlos Marighella, the manual primarily teaches and preaches armed domestic terrorism. “It is better to err acting that to do nothing for fear of erring. Without initiative there is no guerrilla warfare,” says a quote in the manual attributed to Marighella.
– The Illegitimacy of Violence, the Violence of Legitimacy: “What is violence? Who gets to define it? Does it have a place in the pursuit of liberation?” this manual begins, followed by a graphic of a masked individual holding a makeshift shield while throwing an object, above the phrase, “Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s” (sensing a pattern here?).
– Three-Way Fight-Revolutionary Anti-Fascism and Armed Self Defense: This manual names “the right” explicitly as the enemy, stating, “In the struggle against the state and capital, we run the risk of being outflanked by fascism and the insurgent right. … Armed self-defense is sometimes necessary to provide physical protection—autonomous of the state—from fascist terror.”
Clearly, this organization is angling for a fight against civil society – liberal and conservative.
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.