There’s nothing wrong with learning self-defense, or learning to use a weapon in case you need to defend yourself. You hear me in the back? But there is something wrong with learning how to best be physically damaging as the first aggressor. Antifa isn’t a group of homely noodle boys looking to gain self-esteem. Well, at least that’s not what’s written in the bylines. Antifa is looking to wreck stuff, up to and including the faces of those it deems Nazis. This isn’t a peaceful group, it’s not an anti-fascist group. It’s a violent group that wants to be violent first, peaceful never. Project Veritas has now released its second video showing how Based Antifa in New York City is teaching its youngins how to best inflict damage on a person’s body.
BREAKING: @Project_Veritas inside NYC ANTIFA
“Get a good liver or kidney shot, it’s pretty much crippling them”
“Break one of the floating ribs”
As a number of Tweeters have commented, yeah, those are some pathetic-looking dudes. One of the truest things Steven Crowder hath uttered is how we should be more fearful of the weak man than the strong one. Antifa is exhibit A in every sense of the word.
Had this video been filmed at a dojo, where the aim is self-defense should someone do you harm, I’m not sure we’d blink.
But this isn’t a dojo for self-defense. These are the little mama’s boys (and a few chicas) with years of pent-up aggression ready to break heads just because they need to, and here’s their chance. They are the kind of people the rest of us practice self-defense in preparation for. And as much as I enjoy mocking their sickly appearances and bad hair (the man-bun only worked on Jason Momoa because of the rest of Jason Momoa, just FYI), Antifa is dangerous mostly due to their desperation to matter. That’s my opinion, but you tell me I’m wrong.
So. Will media acknowledge Antifa isn’t a peaceful movement now we’ve seen their inner sanctum isn’t full of poster boards, puff paints, and workshops on how to chant in rhymes?
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