The New York Times now Promotes Violence against the State
A puff piece highlights Antifa fashion in What to Wear to Smash the State
The religious sensibility attached to the violence of the left is presented without a hint of criticism in one of the foremost establishment journals. It is as astonishing as it is deplorable. It is extraordinary how far down the rabbit hole institutional conduits of the left have fallen. But it is also unmistakable that that is precisely what has happened. The long slow march of the left through the cultural Marxists has now gathered sufficient strength that it no longer even sees the need to apologize for its violence in support of ‘the cause’:
“It was like a goth party,” Min said. “There were queer people, black people, white people, Asian people, and, because, we were all wearing black, there was no way to even think about the things that are often barriers to our connection.” Min said this anonymity, where she was unable to identify even people around her, had a way of purifying her actions. “There’s a difference between me helping you because I know you and care about you, and me helping you because I want you to be helped,” she said.
In spheres where we don’t have uniforms, we really embrace individuality,” Min said. “But black bloc creates a feeling of ‘Who you are is who I am.’ Of ‘It doesn’t matter who I am when we’re fighting together.’”
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