Irish Conservatives Sting ANTIFA With Honeypot Project

A group of conservative Irish students identified themselves as the administrators of a prevalent Irish ANTIFA Twitter account on Friday, revealing that they had created the account as a so-called ‘honeypot’ operation to expose the institutional corruption and elite support the leftist terror group is a beneficiary of.

A honeypot operation is designed to draw in unsuspecting members of a political movement with the premise of offering them institutional support. The tactic is often applied by federal law enforcement to members of unsavory political factions in the United States, such as neo-Nazis, Islamic extremists, and fringe ecoterrorist movements.

‘Irish Students Against Fascism’ was actually a project created by the Burkean, an Irish conservative website run by students. The Twitter account advertised an upcoming left-wing website that would be used to slander and doxx conservative Irish students. The account’s premise is said to have attracted a significant following from young Irish leftists, who were chomping at the bit to defame their conservative university peers, seemingly with no reputational repercussions.

The students claim to have uncovered damning evidence of “outright conspiracy” against young conservatives and nationalists in Ireland, aided and abetted by officials within the nation’s liberal government. They say they’ll release evidence of a “conspiracy that starts at the lower levels of university life and leads all the way up, like a conveyor belt, to the NGO complex.” The Burkean claims that evidence of institutionally enabled corruption will be released within the coming weeks, stating that they will “be publishing a series of exclusive messages, audio and video recordings that give a hint of the sheer scale of this corruption.”

European Leftists and liberals are relatively accustomed to operating with a degree of institutional and establishment support they don’t enjoy in America, so it seems quite plausible that the Irish Students Against Fascism project could implicate serious corrupt dealings involving the Irish left.