[VIDEO] Metal band releases pro-Antifa music video promoting political violence

An industrial metal band released a music video this morning promoting antifascist ideology and political violence. The video shows images and videos of Molotov cocktails and attacks on law enforcement, and contains spoken words that include, “What do we want? Violence. When do we want it? Now!” This is a free report from Low Intensity Conflict.

Metal band Ministry released a music video on Monday morning for a song entitled “Antifa”, on their upcoming album AmeriKKKant. The video contains pro-Antifa imagery and lyrics, while the singer wears a mask and appears to give a speech reminiscent of Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini.

At one point during the video, a sign that says “Stop Donald Trump” is followed by video of a man holding a Molotov cocktail.

Lyrics include the lines “I’ve got something to say to you, I’ll back it up with my fist,”  “We aren’t snowflakes, we are the Antifa,” and “Antifa is coming for you, they [political enemies] won’t survive”.

Samuel Culper is a former military intelligence NCO and contract Intelligence analyst. He spent three years in Iraq and Afghanistan and is now the intelligence and warfare researcher at Forward Observer.

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