Why do anti-fascists put together capitalism with fascism?Watch
What is uneducated about being opposed to two things, who just happen to be enemies?
Theresa May is against islamophobia and radical islam. Those are two opposing things - is she an uneducated irrational moron? (Bad example, of course she is, but you get my point).
AntiFa can be pretty sharp when they are armed with knives or glass bottles.
Something else to consider is that the anti-fascists today tend to be from the libertarian left who's historical forefathers are factions like the CNT in the Spanish civil war. That kind of bottom up socialism was always against fascism and saw Centralised authoritarian statism as being the problem and inherent to capitalism, fascism was the extreme of this, was anti egalitarian, anti worker emancipation and democracy.
It also should not be hard to work out why communists marched against fought fascists. Communism an egalitarian society where there is no state and no capitalist activity, fascism is very authoritarian statist system where everyone if a cog in the massive meat grinder of corporatist fascist society.
Hmm, lets not get into a debate again, but I'd just like to point out (for others) that this is the anarchist (or 'libertarian left' interpretation of communism. Communism doesn't necessarily disregard the governing role of the state.
No problem with the rest.
The interpretation differs on how to get to that end goal.
"The term "communist society" should be distinguished from the Western concept of the "communist state", the latter referring to a state ruled by a party which professes a variation of Marxism–Leninism."
You endless confuse a Marxist or Marxist-Leninist state as a communist society. Those things were supposed to be steps towards communism, Marx would not have said they were communist societies and neither did honest Leninists (including Lenin).
My point is that Fascism is not a transitional workers controlled state guiding society towards socialism and then communism. Fascism is the end point. The communist utopian ideal is worlds apart form the fascist utopian ideal. Politics is a battle of ideas and communism is the opposite of fascism in many ways, which is why they generally hasted each other so much.They were both a problem for the other side. No communist's ideal society was Stalin's Russia. Franco was what fascist actually wanted, Hitler was the way to creating an ayran super race by exterminating the jews etc. Once it became apparent what the USSR was, pro soviet communists generally defended the USSR as being a necessary evil rather than celebrating it.
All this is important of you want to understand why communists and fascist hated each other so much despite fascist and communist states looking very similar to each other from the dominant liberal western viewpoint. Especially if you want to avoid tedious lazy horseshoe theory of "they are actually the same thing" *******s, unless you a liberal who wants to cynically hit the left over the head with horseshoes.
... and would probably have gradually continued to do so if they had won the war, which would have guaranteed them monopolies over new markets to keep their economy ticking while they readjusted their economy.
It is true. That isn't to say they were socialist - fascism is a third way corporatist system, where the old classes (by wealth) are replaced by new ones (by occupation) that work together for the nation, a system known as corporatism.