VP of Atlanta media nonprofit unmasked as violent extremist Antifa member who is organizing an armed militancy camp

"We all gone die," Sewell said. "Earth is f*ckered. Might as well just take some fash out first."

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The vice president of an Atlanta media nonprofit has been unmasked as a violent Antifa extremist and organizer of an armed militancy camp. River-Michael Les Sewell, 25, has repeatedly boasted about using his prior experience in the United States Armed Forces to teach his fellow far-left radicals how to inflict violence on those with opposing points of view, namely anyone who supports the city's new police training facility.

Sewell "advocates for killing political opponents" and has repeatedly expressed support for domestic terrorist gunman Manuel Esteban Paez Terán, who was shot dead after shooting and injuring an officer when law enforcement raided the "Stop Cop City" encampment outside Atlanta, which is set up on the future site of the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center. 


In 2022, Sewell posted a rap music video to YouTube titled "Civil Disobedience," in which visuals from Antifa riots play as Sewell raps from a podium set up in a space that resembles a church. The lyrics call for civil disobedience, seizing the means of production, and fighting "neo-liberal corruption."

On LinkedIn, Sewell lists himself as VP of Mixdeity, an Atlanta based 501(c)3 that acts as an "incubator and creative co-op supporting artists, activists & entrepreneurs in Music, Entertainment, Design & Independent Arts." The non-profit received over $42,000 in Covid relief funds, and had a large Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiven.

In addition to his work with Mixdeity, Sewell has reportedly been applying to be a teacher. In a post on one of his many now-defunct social media profiles, Sewell said he was "disgusted" that he had to undergo a background check, and admitted that he wanted cops abolished.

Sewell as seen in his music video "Civil Disobedience"

He claimed that when an officer asked for his fingerprints to make sure he wasn't "murderin and robbin people," he replied, "I only did that for the US government when I was a Ranger, but its ok when you rob and kill people for the government."

Sewell has been vocal about his plan to provide "infantry special operations level arms/self defense training" to far-left activists. In one post, he urged anyone in or near Atlanta who identified as a person of color or LGBTQ and supported his anarchist, antifascist mission to contact him.

"ITS FREEEEE," he said of the training. "Just by the rounds. I have the gats."

"We all gone die," Sewell wrote in another post. "Earth is f*ckered. Might as well just take some fash out first."

In a statement to The Post Millennial Senior Editor Andy Ngo, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said that they were going to pass on the information to their "investigative teams."

The Post Millennial has reached out to the FBI and Mixdeity for comment.

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