Teen Vogue is marketing the “virtues” of Antifa to its impressionable young readers via an interview featuring Mark Bray, the author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, conducted by a self-proclaimed ‘social justice’ activist.

“Antifa grows out of a larger revolutionary politics that aspires toward creating a better world, but the primary motivation is to stop racists from organizing; doing that can take many forms, and so the tactical repertoire of anti-fascists is broad,” Bray tells interviewer Abdullah Shihipar. “The vast majority of what they do does not entail any physical confrontation. They focus on researching white supremacists and neo-Nazis across different social media platforms.”

“Part of it, however, and this is what gets the most attention, entails self-defense and, at times, confronting these groups before they can gain enough momentum to promote their politics.”

The article tidily dispels any ‘myths’ about Antifa’s violent activity as merely defensive activism in a time when ‘Nazism’ and ‘white supremacy’ are on the rise in America, while failing to mention that Antifa has been officially designated a ‘domestic terrorist organization’ by the New Jersey Department of Homeland Security, and also that the FBI and DHS under Barack Obama classified their activities as ‘domestic terrorist violence’ in early 2016.

Antifa has established a lengthy record of physically attacking minorities, immigrants, women, Christians, families, and the disabled, and their classification of targets deserving of physical abuse essentially encompasses anyone who supports President Donald Trump, for instance, making well over 60 million Americans fair game for the increasingly violent group, which has been defended and goaded on by establishment figures like Nancy Pelosi and John McCain.

“Fascists and white supremacists want to make their racist opinions seem like common sense. They want to push back the generations of progress made by feminist and anti-racist movements to make racism and sexism great again,” Bray asserts. “We all have a role to play in the everyday anti-fascism of not allowing Trump and the alt-right to roll back generations of social progress.”

He asserts that Antifa is “a specific revolutionary socialist tradition,” with no comment on socialism’s death count in the 20th century, which ranges between 100 and 200 million – far more than any ‘fascist’ movement in history. ‘Anti-fascists’ also rarely acknowledge that Nazis were ‘national socialists’ by definition.

Author Diana Johnstone has described the American incarnation of Antifa in a piece titled, ‘Antifa In Theory and In Practice.’

“Antifa follows the trend of current Identity Politics excesses that are squelching free speech in what should be its citadel, academia. Words are considered so dangerous that ‘safe spaces’ must be established to protect people from them. This extreme vulnerability to injury from words is strangely linked to tolerance of real physical violence,” she writes. “Antifa has gone on the offensive against the one weapon still in the hands of the people: the right to free speech and assembly.”

The interview is Abdullah Shihipar’s first contribution to Teen Vogue, but according to his website, he has also written for other outlets such as Think Progress – a George Soros/John Podesta mouthpiece – and Jacobin, which lauds itself as the “leading voice of the American left, offering socialist perspectives on politics, economics, and culture.”

Shihipar’s Twitter page immediately advertises ‘communism,’ and perhaps an appreciation for the work of ‘activist doctors’ like Che Guevara, Fidel Castro’s chief executioner, who once wrote, “A revolutionary must become a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate” – a strange philosophy for a ‘healer.’

Infowars and other outlets have reported that Antifa is openly warning the public of a planned ‘uprising’ to overthrow the government commencing next month, even blocking freeways with signs stating ‘On November 4th, it begins.’

Teen Vogue recently came under fire after publishing a glowing how-to primer on ‘anal sex’ for teens.

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Rapper XXXTentacion, who recently made headlines for hanging a white child in his music video, has announced he is quitting the entertainment business, citing ‘mental abuse’ and ‘hate’ as he awaits trial for alleged vicious assaults of his pregnant ex-girlfriend.

“Sad to announce I will not be making or releasing any music, I am tired of being mentally abused for trying to help people, I’m tired of the hate, I’m done,” he wrote in an Instagram post.

“I want to be treated better, protected from the hate,” he said in a follow-up post.

The rapper also claims he plans to void his deal with Capitol Records, after reportedly signing a $6 million contract with the label just days before.

“Terminating my deal with ‘capitol records,'” he wrote. “I am not a ‘signed’ artist, and I will not be releasing music for a very long time, I’m tired of this sh*t.”

However, multiple media outlets have contacted representatives of the rapper for comment, and have been told that XXXTentacion is still very much a ‘signed artist’ – walking away from a multi-million dollar record deal isn’t exactly as simple as a proclamation on social media.

“XXXTentacion is signed to Caroline/Capitol Music Group,” said his rep. “Only X can elaborate on his posts.”

Infowars reported on a recent XXXTentacion music video, which the rapper wrote and directed, and features various scenes of disturbing, graphic violence, including one in which he slips a noose over a white child’s head and hoists him into the air to die while a young black boy watches.

To date, the video has over 20 million views, and an overwhelming majority of ‘thumbs up’ votes.

“The video has not been age restricted or de-monetized on YouTube, despite the Google-owned company de-monetizing a broad range of political commentary for being ‘offensive’ over the last 6 months,” wrote Paul Joseph Watson.

Another scene depicts an angry classroom mob beating up a white teacher with dildos.

The video was featured in YouTube’s ‘trending’ section, and is still not age-restricted.

XXXTentacion, who real name is Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, is currently awaiting trial that is scheduled to commence in December in Florida, where he was charged with aggravated battery of a pregnant woman, false imprisonment, domestic battery by strangulation, and witness-tampering.

Additionally, Onfroy spent nearly six months behind bars earlier this year after his alleged involvement in an armed home invasion and aggravated battery with a firearm.

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Sebastian Gorka, military analyst and former top aide to President Trump, compared potential high crimes involving the Obama administration, DNC, and Russia to those committed during the Cold War by the likes of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were convicted of espionage and executed via electric chair.

 

Addressing the on-going investigation regarding US officials approving the sale of American uranium to Russia, and its implications concerning national security, Gorka asserted, “If this had happened in the 1950s, there would be people up on treason charges right now.”

“This is equivalent to the what the Rosenbergs did, and those people got the chair – think about it,” he continued. “Giving away nuclear capabilities to our enemies, that’s what we are talking about.”

Gorka also itemized related events unfolding which involve many of the same characters, but that must be separated so that they aren’t lost or diluted in a veritable ‘scandal soup.’

In addition to matters pertaining to Uranium One, he identified the Clinton-DNC funding of the debunked ‘peegate’ dossier based on Russian disinformation, which was created by British political consulting firm Fusion GPS, which former FBI head James Comey then used as a basis to trigger the long-running ‘Russian election hacking’ investigation, led by Robert Mueller, into President Trump and his campaign.

“How many stories are out there that are fake, that came from Moscow, and which were pedaled by Fusion GPS into the left-wing media? That’s four scandals in one week,” Gorka said.

Dan Bongino, a former federal investigator and Secret Service agent for the Clinton family, has asserted that these potential transgressions and their fallout could permanently alter the landscape of US politics.

“How is this not the scandal of the century right now?” Bongino asked during an appearance on Fox and Friends. “If this information was used in a judicial document to get a warrant to tap anyone on the Trump campaign – you want to hear about a scandal? The FBI used fake Russian intel potentially?”

“If the Russians were paying the conduit, the vehicle for this whole thing – Fusion GPS, while the DNC and Hillary were… you have a monstrous scandal that really could change American politics forever.”

 

Legal analyst, Gregg Jarrett, has identified at least 13 crimes with which Hillary Clinton could now be charged in light of her involvement with the dossier and uranium transaction, including major felonies and espionage, which he itemized for Sean Hannity last night.

“She could be charged for six anti-corruption statutes – they’re all felonies,” Jarrett said. “She could also be charged with racketeering for using her charity as a criminal enterprise and then you’ve got all of the email crimes – two of them under the espionage act and two additional.”

“And now this latest dossier information… You can’t pay a foreign national relative to a political campaign, and it appears she also – and the DNC – hid it in their disclosure reports, which could also be criminally charged.”

Corroborating Jarrett’s latter assertion, the Campaign Legal Center, a watchdog group, has filed a formal complaint with the Federal Election Commission regarding the funding of the dossier on the grounds that campaign finance laws were violated by Clinton and the DNC.

President Trump has addressed the toxic dossier in multiple interviews, calling it “discredited” and “disgraceful.”

Trump also mocked its price tag, which could be as high as six million dollars – or higher, depending on how vaguely disclosed payments of nearly $10 million disbursed by the Clinton campaign and DNC were actually channeled to Fusion GPS.

The President pointed out that Hillary Clinton repeatedly denied any prior knowledge of the ‘dossier’ or connection to its production, but that alibi continues to crumble as her former campaign spokesman, Brian Fallon, revealed that she may indeed have known about it after all.

In an interview with CNN, Fallon was asked for clarification regarding whether or not Clinton knew of the dossier before its release.

“I don’t know. I haven’t asked, I haven’t spoken to her,” he replied, before letting the cat further out of the bag. “Well, I mean, she may have known, but the degree of exactly what she knew is beyond my knowledge.”

As Infowars reported, President Trump was roundly mocked as a ‘conspiracy theorist’ by #FakeNews outlets like CNN and Media Matters when he posited a likely well-informed speculation that the DNC and Russia had colluded to produce the “Fake Dossier.”

 

But Trump has been vindicated and proven correct – yet again.

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