January 11, 2021


[Andy] Ngo is a self-made antifa expert and critic who has used his platform on Twitter, with 842,200 followers, and as editor-at-large at the Post Millennial to publicize the violence of the group, including his own beating and death threats from members.

Next month, he is publishing his first book about the group, Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy*, which includes excerpts from training books, identifies key leaders, and reveals a plan to recruit members through Major League Soccer fan clubs, including those for the Portland Timbers.

One thing is for sure, he wrote: Antifa is here to stay with a new role highlighted by the book’s publisher, Center Street. “Antifa,” it said in promoting Ngo’s book, “will become even more influential in the Biden era by serving as the far-left’s shock troops to intimidate political opponents, undermine elections, and push for radical, violent revolution.”

To be fair, their forebearers been the shock troops of socialists since the 1920s. And more recently as well:

Related: Riots and Looting: How the Democratic Party and its allies used the threat of violence as a campaign tactic.

* Ngo having committed actual journalism has made the Gray Lady quite cross: NYT journalist calls for censorship of Andy Ngo.

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