Whole Foods owner profits from sales of Antifa terrorism symbols and left-wing “murder books” on Amazon.com

Remember the Confederate flag hysteria of 2016, when Amazon banned all products that carried the Confederate flag, including children’s toys?

The monopolist online retailer — founded and largely owned by Jeff Bezos, the anti-American globalist who also owns the fake news Washington Post — insisted the Confederate flag was a “symbol of hate” and explained it would not be ethical to profit from the sales of items that carried the symbol.

But now, a Natural News investigation finds that Amazon.com is openly selling hate-based products rooted in left-wing domestic terror ideology. “Antifa,” a violent group of alt-left agitators and would-be mass executioners, has been designated a domestic terrorism group by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. Yet Amazon.com gladly sells Antifa products for profit, including:

  • Antifa: The Antifascist Handbook, a how-to guide for committing domestic terrorism, murder and mayhem, all while celebrating left-wing communist executioners who commit mass murder in the name of left-wing fascism.
  • Antifa: How They Make A Difference & Why We Need Them, a guide that worships the domestic terrorism of Antifa agitators and violent lynch mobs, arguing that lawless violence is the pathway to a left-wing utopia rooted in “no hate.”
  • Antifacist Action Flag, a hate-filled symbolic flag that inspires Antifa domestic terrorists to commit acts of violence and terrorism in the United States. The flag says “Antifascist Action,” with the “Action” part meaning bashing heads with bike locks, bombing government buildings and calling for the open murder of those you oppose.

“The man who owns the [Washington] Post, which claims to be one of the country’s most respected media outlets, now trafficks in Left-wing hate merchandise,” reports The National Sentinel.

The Washington Post, New York Times, Yahoo News and other left-wing fake news outlets have roundly praised Antifa, hyping them up as “folk heroes” to oppose America, the Constitution, Christians and Trump supporters. According to the left-wing media — which has become a journo-terrorism front seeking to overthrow the Republic — none who oppose the Left have any free speech rights at all, and it’s perfectly okay to commit violence against them by merely chanting, “We’re stopping Nazis!”

Let there be no mistake that Amazon.com and Jeff Bezos are directly profiting from sales of domestic terrorism manuals and radical left-wing propaganda. This is now the same owner as Whole Foods, meaning that if you shop at Whole Foods, you are supporting the same dangerous, anti-America corporation that openly profits from the selling of domestic terrorism manuals and symbols. If you hate America, freedom and the Bill of Rights, in other words, keep shopping at Whole Foods.

Here’s a screen shot of some of the Antifa items offered for sale right now on Amazon.com:

 


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