James Bond writer Andy Diggle endorsed the “domestic terrorist violence” of Antifa describing their actions as “a position any reasonable person would support.”

Diggle, who wrote James Bond: Hammerhead and James Bond: Kill Chain, wrote on Twitter:

“They call it “fracking because “hydraulic fracturing” sounds destructive.

They call it “climate change” because “global warming” sounds scary.

They call them “antifa” because “anti-fascist” is a position any reasonable person would support.

Choose your own words.”

James Bond Kill Chain #1

Related: Tor Books Blogger Sarah Gailey Calls For Violence and Murder After Reporter Andy Ngo Attacked by Antifa

According to Politico, back in September 2017, Antifa’s activities were classified as “domestic terrorist violence” by the Department of Homeland Security. Politico reported:

“Often, they spend weeks planning for violence at upcoming events, according to the April 2016 DHS and FBI report entitled “Baseline Comparison of US and Foreign Anarchist Extremist Movements.”

This is not the first time Diggle, a British writer, has seemingly supported antifa.

In September, Diggle wrote, “I agree. I worry about extremism on both sides. I’m not worried about antics (sp?) though.” He would clarify that “antics should have been antifa.”

Related: DC Comics Writer Zoe Quinn Attempts to Excuse Antifa Assault On Reporter Andy Ngo

Diggle is not the only comic book writer who has shown support for the “domestic terrorist violence” of Antifa. DC Comics and Marvel Comics writer Zoe Quinn attempted to excuse antifa violence against independent reporter Andy Ngo.

Vertigo Comics writer Rob Sheridan has also shown support for Antifa.

Related: Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Director Comes Out as Pro-Antifa Supporter

And it is not just comic book professionals, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse director Peter Ramsey came out as a supporter of Antifa in 2018.

What do you make of Andy Diggle’s comments?

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