It’s no surprise to conservatives that two groups with extreme ideologies, Antifa anarchists and Islamist extremists, share a common goal of overthrowing the American government and its institutions. These terrorists have now been caught in a web of influence and financial support.
Follow the Money: Antifa's Financial Ties to Islamist Extremism
The money-laundering leaders of an Antifa anarchist organization funneled $70,000 from a 501(c)(3) non-profit to the coffers of an advocate for terrorists, including jihadists.https://t.co/iGpgVH7YnF
— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) October 21, 2023
One Antifa organization has been uncovered for pouring thousands of dollars into the pockets of an advocate for Islamist extremism. The investigation from the Capital Research Center reveals the extent of the money laundering and support for violent agendas.
BREAKING: For the first time, a network of violent #Antifa-linked suspects have been indicted on RICO charges plus terrorism, money laundering & arson. 61 “Stop Cop City” suspects, many already charged with domestic terrorism previously, have been indicted by the same Fulton… pic.twitter.com/5bRLvKtEbb
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) September 5, 2023
Mugshots of Marlon Kautz, Adele Maclean, and Savannah Patterson pic.twitter.com/mlPtV70eBL
— AntifaWatch (@AntifaWatch2) May 31, 2023
Panther Fund update. For Nov. & Dec. we received $4880.35 ($2,227.12 – Nov & $2,653.13 – Dec). We are currently disbursing $488 each to 10 veteran Panthers. We have 358 monthly donors giving $2,715. Thanks for supporting our movement veterans @CommunityMvt @kamaufranklin pic.twitter.com/Mi4HT8iqbx
— Mutual Aid For Veteran Black Panther Party Members (@AidVeteran) December 27, 2021
“NGO Monitor, an Israeli watchdog group, has alleged that Al-Haq and Addameer’s staff members have ties to the PFLP. Shawan Jabarin, Al-Haq’s General Director, was convicted in 1985 of recruiting for the PFLP… Jabarin also represented the PFLP at a conference attended by groups… https://t.co/WiCembTc3a
— NGO Monitor (@NGOmonitor) October 18, 2023
This recent development comes as Georgia indicts 61 militant anarchists on conspiracy charges under the state’s RICO Act. These individuals were part of the “Stop Cop City” movement, which aimed to disrupt the construction of a first responder training facility. The violence associated with this movement has led to charges of domestic terrorism.
Three organizers of the Atlanta Solidarity Fund, a nonprofit that posts bail for left-wing rioters, are among those accused. They have also been charged with money laundering and charity fraud for using the bail fund to support an anti-police coalition called Defend the Atlanta Forest.
The Network for Strong Communities, a tax-exempt organization that supports radical left causes, is revealed to have given a $70,000 grant to Community Movement Builders (CMB), a group that promotes black nationalism and socialism. CMB’s programs include the Black Panther Party Veterans Mutual Aid Fund, which financially supports former members of the communist Black Panthers.
The article further uncovers a connection between CMB and the Jericho Movement, a radical left organization that demands amnesty for political prisoners. The Jericho Movement is also affiliated with groups like Al-Awda, known for their ties to terrorism, and Addameer, a supporter of the terrorist organization Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).
Lastly, the article highlights the link between the Jericho Movement and the Sankore Institute of Islamic African Studies International (SIIASI), an Islamist extremist organization. SIIASI’s director has openly called for the destruction of the West, with a specific focus on targeting American corporations, banks, and think tanks.
This investigation showcases the disturbing alliances and dangerous agendas of these radical left and Islamist extremist groups. It is a wake-up call for conservatives to stay vigilant and fight against these threats to our constitutional republic and the rule of law.