New from me at Reason. This is an important story, I think, in that it goes some way to showing what the aims and methods of antifa are. The cake below was served in the activists' snack tent before a march via
Everyone needs to read this about Antifa - “planning is done within the closed group, but anyone who's dressed in black can come join the action..One thing they'll do sometimes is have written agreements with other protest organizations” …
“[Antifa] know how the police are going to react, so they carefully calibrate what they do to try to provoke the police into reacting & then filming it.” Read the confessions of an antifa mole who went to Portland
This is an absolute must-read.
A Republican activist and former tugboat captain gives a firsthand account of the innerworkings of Portland's black bloc anarchists
"Violence is fun. This is one of the things we don't talk about as a society. It's like, wow, this is pretty fun, especially when you feel like you have grounds for any type of legitimate complaint."
"And totally honestly, when I was out there with black bloc [and] busted open a door to a police station, set it on fire and ran from the cops? It was fun. I know that sounds weird. ... Violence is fun." One of 's best yet
Well this story really took off, a crazy amount of plaudits AND criticism, which I guess means we’re doing something right. Bonus for you, because I love you: this shot of Erin Smith, with thanks to her for the faith (and continued cool links and reading!)
Wow, read this, snide blue-check media Twitterati & politicians, & tell me again how Antifa is "just an idea"--A Republican activist and former tugboat captain gives a firsthand account of the innerworkings of Portland's black bloc anarchists via
Extremely interesting read about Antifa.
Everyone needs to read this about Antifa
Did this really post only a week ago? 2020 time is weird, man, anyway, go check in with , whose life has also gotten a little freaky (in a good way!) since this hit xx via
A Republican activist and former tugboat captain gives a firsthand account of the innerworkings of Portland's black bloc anarchists via