Last week, the New York Times published a sympathetic profile of a Nazi, and Tammy’s Washington Times column provided a spot-on analysis of their true agenda: The New York Times’ Nazi story goes off the rails
And yesterday, the Style Section of the “paper of record” profiled the fashionistas of Antifa.
Really, you just can’t make this stuff up.
….Freelance journalist Rick Paulas’s offensive, and offensively headlined “Black Is Always in Fashion – Blocs of hard-core protesters dressing for the job they want: punching Nazis,” was accompanied by several pseudo-stylish photos by New York Times photographers of brave activists with their faces covered Antifa-style, the better to commit mayhem and property damage. The online headline: “What to Wear to Smash the State”:
In late August, a crowd of thousands — primarily leftists and liberals — cascaded down Martin Luther King Jr. Way in Berkeley, Calif. They were marching on a spattering of right-wingers, Trump supporters and Nazis who were gathering under the mission to say “no to Marxism in America.” At the front of the march were about 100 people dressed in head-to-toe black.
According to many people present, this was the largest so-called black bloc they’d seen. This medley of black-clad anarchists, anti-fascists (known as “antifa” activists) and their fellow travelers was a response to the previous week’s white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. There, protests ended with 19 injured and 32-year-old Heather Heyer killed when James Fields, an admirer of Hitler who demonstrated with white supremacists, drove his car into a crowd.
This mass of solid black descending upon the park in Berkeley, hunting for fascists, was an intimidating aesthetic. That’s by design….