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Desc:disruptj20.org/legal-fund/
Category:Educational, Military
Tags:antifa, shut up, ractalfece, black bloc, kiss my ass if this makes you nervous
Submitted:Waugh
Date:02/10/17
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Comment count is 13
Cena_mark - 2017-02-10
The dumb presenter tries to make the black bloc out to be racist towards white working class people, even though it's composed of white working class people. It's not just conservatives, but soft liberals who bemoan the loss of a Bank of America window. Get over it, the true travesty was taking place on the steps of the capital.
rural - 2017-02-10
You know, if you hold a road flare in your bare hand like that, you're going to get really really nasty burns. That stuff really doesn't stop come off easily, and its hot like the sun!
blase - 2017-02-10
If the Far Right wants to blame political correctness on their rise to power, then shouldn’t the Far Right be blamed for antifash violence? Of course, we’ll never hear them assume responsibility for any negative consequence in their narrative...
Scrimmjob - 2017-02-10
The biggest crime committed here is the shit tier acid techno.
Doc Victor - 2017-02-10
I think the music at the end is from one of the space levels in Duke Nukem 3D

15th - 2017-02-10
Rest in power, Bank of America window #12,652.
StanleyPain - 2017-02-10
I've been to enough protests (especially during the Bush years) to know that 9 out of 10 times you see someone break a window or damage a car or anything like that it is either a cop doing it or someone who works for the cops. The vast majority of the vandalism and destruction during civil unrest (like, say, Ferguson MO) is done by cops. A lot of people were on the ball during the whole OWS thing and managed to catch quite a few of them trying to incite riots and shit (a few were stupid enough to do it without covering up their police tattoos) only to get doxxed later on as police aids and shit like that.
So, just keep in mind going forward when you see something like the Women's March where literally MILLIONS of fucking people nationwide protest without any major incident, but someone wants to talk about a car that got lit on fire or a Starbucks window getting broken or whatever, it is all but proven that shit is usually agent provocateur stuff. I myself saw plenty of it during the craziest of the Iraq War stuff and I don't even live in some major, huge city.
15th - 2017-02-10
Why do they do that? To try to gain credibility amongst the more radical protestors or something?

Oscar Wildcat - 2017-02-10
Oh dear. They do it so the uniformed cops can tear gas and arrest everyone else at the demo and so the nightly news has their propaganda of protestors as violent hoodlums. You're new to this, huh?

badideasinaction - 2017-02-10
Classic example caught: https://youtu.be/sZ6cdLNWzlI

badideasinaction - 2017-02-10
And they admitted they were undercover but swear that approaching cops with a rock in hand totally wasn't trying to incite violence, pinky-swear:
https://www.google.ca/amp/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.656171

15th - 2017-02-10
Wow. Crazy stuff. Shouldn't that be illegal as hell? Seems like the love child of defamation and entrapment.

Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2017-02-10
Probably better than vaporwave.
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