Tag: antifas

I’m too Radical for the Violence of the so-called “Antifas”

I think that the only way I can make this comprehensible to you is to talk in terms of pain. We can follow the faultlines along my body, and trace the damage. Let’s start at the feet, the nerve damage the developed when he would hold me down while he raped me as a toddler.

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Code of the Social Justice Warrior: How Wealth Disparity Creates Ineffective Activists and How to Fix It

Author’s Note: We write this not to divide the left, but to reclaim it for the academics and working class activists that made us proud to identify as liberal. A petite, Asian girl walks into the center of a “safe space” for unburdening herself about the racial tension she faces. Ten seconds into this confession,

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Stop Letting the College Kids Be in Charge

I got dragged into meetings a lot while I was in college, because if you are really a threat to the status quo, people will try to change your behavior. Fortunately for me, people took the time to help me develop, so as irritating as these meetings were, occasionally I learned something important from attending

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How Real Men Would Handle Milo

I’m sick of these so-called “anti-fas” cowardly fucks on the left who claim they are fighting on behalf of the oppressed while showing up in masks hurting innocent citizens and failing to actually effectively get our message across. They make us look weak and they make it hard to determine who the actual fascists are.

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You can Sit-in or Sit out: Nonviolence in the age of Trump

Editorial Addendum 9/8/2017: When I first asked Ross to write this post, he thought didn’t think it would be necessary. Since this post was written, the need for it has only grown.  guest post by Ross Raffin In order to lead a successful movement, it is not sufficient to simply state “I don’t believe in

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