Since the Ferguson protests up to the most recent Berkeley riots, a new violent form of radical liberalism has been on the rise.
Gone are the very chants and handmade signs, replaced with black clad anarchists assaulting opponents while throwing homemade Molotov cocktails. The FBI says they are still investigating who might have led and organized the riots.
On Monday night while most Americans had the day off in commemoration of President Lincoln’s birthday, Fox News TV-host Tucker Carlson interviewed Yvette Felarca. Felarca claimed to have organized and proudly led the Berkeley riots. She now calls for similar violent protests across the country in the name of ‘tolerance’ and ‘acceptance’ against any individual or group that she deems as ‘fascist’:
“A fascist is someone who’s organizing a mass movement that’s attacking women, immigrants, black people, other minority groups in a movement of genocide,” Felarca said.
She said that Milo Yiannopoulos, the subject of the Berkeley riots, is a fascist because he whips up a “lynch mob mentality” among his supporters and incites violence.
Noting that Felarca’s group’s name calls for fighting fascists “by any means necessary,” Tucker pressed her on what level of violence they are willing to use.
“To what extent would you go to stop [a] person from spreading ‘genocidal propaganda’?” Tucker asked.
Felarca said she would call on others to stand up, counter-protest and “shut down” that person.
Watch the whole interview here:
Is ‘THIS’ What “By Any Means Necessary” Is Advocating?
Berkeley was not the first time Felarca used violence to get her message across. As the Washington Free Beacon reported:
(In July) Felarca assaulted a protester in Sacramento, Calif. last June, in front of police in riot gear while screaming “get off our streets.”
Felarca repeatedly ran into the protester, pulled him down by his backpack while hitting him.
But Also A School Teacher
Ms. Felarca is a also a middle school ‘Humanities’ teacher in the Berkeley Unified School District. But she is no stranger to controversy.
BAMN is a mass, democratic, integrated, national organization dedicated to building a new mass civil rights movement to defend affirmative action, integration, and the other gains of the civil rights movement of the 1960s and to advance the struggle for equality in American society “by any means necessary.”
Felarca at one time had been the subject of a petition, by a former student, to have her removed from the district.
“Felarca’s activity would get a student expelled at best, or jailed at worst,” the petition describes. “And yet she’s meant to be a role model for students.”
“I believe the District’s actions against me are politically motivated, capricious and unlawful,” she wrote to Berkeleyside in an email. “This cannot be allowed to stand, or allow the District Administration to set a precedent that would give them the right to conduct political witch-hunts against teachers who challenge the racist, xenophobic politics of Donald Trump and his ilk, and who challenge the increased segregation and growing inequality within the Berkeley Public School System.”
Felarca said if she is not reinstated, she and her supporters plan to protest again before the school board before their next meeting.
“I promise you, you will not get away with this,” Felarca told members of the school board.
Below is a video of Yvette Felarca and her supporters at a Berkeley School Board meeting:
Proving just how dysfunctional our education system is, Yvette Felarca returned to work at her school on November 2, 2016.