The “Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement (RAM)” is a militant far-left extremist movement that claims to have six active cells across the U.S. This group openly supports foreign Communist soldiers like the IRPGF and others, and routinely organizes domestic criminal activity using their Facebook and Twitter accounts. They have coordinated campaigns to destroy Christopher Columbus statues and even bragged about their “success” on their social media platforms, they have encouraged their Facebook followers to burn down luxury housing developments, and they do all of this without any consequences from the big tech companies or the law enforcement community
Now, they are escalating their rhetoric and have called for “revolutionary resistance” against Donald Trump. In a recent declaration that explicitly called for “revolutionary resistance”:
“We believe that only popular self-organization, internationalist struggle, and revolutionary resistance against reactionary governments can defeat neofascism and imperialism.”
In a vacuum, this might appear to be an empty threat, but this extremist group’s social media footprint is littered with images and posts that glorify armed struggle and openly advocate for physical confrontation with people they believe to be “fascists”.
While Facebook bans “dangerous individuals” like Milo Yiannopoulous, Laura Loomer, and Paul Joseph Watson, and lists people like Candace Owens as “hate agents”; this armed extremist group is free to openly coordinate offline violence on their platform. This is just one more example of a larger pattern of Facebook’s asymmetrical enforcement of their Terms of Service.
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