Social justice warriors call for violence against ‘Identity Evropa’ – they blame President Trump and his supporters
Following the recent reports which have outraged Harrisburg residents, extreme members of an anti-racist social justice movement are calling for violence against ‘Identify Evropa’ for allegedly placing the small teal stickers around town.
Sean Kitchen and Chris Anderson posted to the local Midtown Harrisburg Facebook group regarding the controversial stickers recently being placed on poles and electric boxes. Calls to punch “proud boys,” plans for mob violence, and other inflammatory remarks followed. Kitchen’s post soon appeared on the Central PA AntiFA Facebook page.
In response to the sticker hysteria, one person said, “Oh, I’m ready. I wrote my master thesis about the Alt-Right and I’m serious about combating them.” Another said, “We should always punch a Nazi… we already gave peace a chance… I will not tolerate intolerance..”
On Saturday in Harrisburg the emotions continued to swell in during the Evropa sticker controversy, promoting frustration. One resident said, “This is what happens when a racist is voted as president, thanks to everyone who voted for him.”
Another said, “Mostly hateful people voted for Trump and, at this point, only hateful people still support the fat, orange asshole.“
Eventually more calls for violence were issued and further inflammatory references were made. Some of the comments are made by individuals who are recognized locally as racist provocateurs.
Eventually the borderline banter turned to outright planning for mob violence against ‘Identity Evropa.’ And finally one bold citizen issued the call for police intervention from the Harrisburg Chief of Police.
Other outspoken members of the community voice their moderate opinion on the matter, citing free speech and respect for all people. Unfortunately the debate turned hateful as these new voices were attacked with offensive anti-Semitic arguments, and personal insults.