Anti-fascist activists seek to deny a platform to those who preach hate -- by any means necessary.
A conservative group’s free speech rally on Boston Common Saturday triggered a counter-protest by a progressive anti-fascist group, with hundreds of screaming supporters separated by a line of police
In this political cartoon, Ben Garrison, whose political views have been described a libertarian and most of the time portrays Donald Trump in a complementary way, argues that what the Berkeley campus is favoring Antifa. They have forgotten the value of freedom of speech and do not care at all about the conservative view. They are taking violent action towards conservatives like Ann and Milo and they claim that they are fascists. It shows books being burnt with the title being conservative views. This signifies how Antifa does not care at all about the views that conservatives have. They have burnt and forgotten about their beliefs and opinions and have chosen to completely ignore that. It shows how Antifa is stepping over the statue of liberty which to many Americans is a symbol of their freedom. It demonstrates how Antifa has ignored the freedom and does not care at all about the freedom of speech that the conservatives have. It shows how they are shouting at Milo and Ann and calling them Nazis the way they are dressed and the action that the Antifa member is doing is violent. Which shows how many at college campuses have used violence as a tool to keep away conservatives that they believe to be fascists away from their school.He is demonstrating that he favors the conservatives based on this political cartoon based on the approach that he took to this controversy. He is clearly siding with them by defending conservatives Milo and Ann and making them seem like the victims in this current situation. He depicts Antifa members as violent and dangerous. He demonstrates how they have no respect for the freedom of the conservatives who do not agree on the same set of beliefs as them.
In this article, the controversy is about the students who had skipped Ann Coulter speech at UC Berkeley. Some of the students at the school disagree with Ann Coulter had claimed that she has every right to speak and that they will not stop her from speaking. It talks about how UC Berkeley has been involved in the past with different types of protest that UC Berkeley has had. It talks about both sides of it, both the liberals and what they believe and about Antifa and their claims and on how some people view the way that Antifa is handling things.