Journalist Andy Ngo Says Antifa Brainwashes Members to Kill and Become Martyrs
Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s radical plan to destroy democracy
U.S. President Joe Biden dismisses Antifa as just “an idea.” Independent journalist Andy Ngo proves him wrong. The intrepid investigator infiltrates the black box agitators for his new book, “Unmasked,” and exposes the terrorist anarchy fueling their destruction. Ultimately, the tables turn, Ngo becomes the hunted and has to flee the country to save his life.
Whoever hears “fascism” thinks of the darkest chapters in world history, of Mussolini, Hitler, racism and mass killings. Consequently, if you claim to fight fascism you are sure to win the sympathy of the masses. All the more so if you carry the battle cry in your name, like “Antifa.”
For years, the media and left-wing politicians have romanticized Antifa’s black clad thugs as urban revolutionaries in the spirit of Robin Hood. During the first presidential debate Joe Biden waved off Antifa as merely “an idea, not an organization.”
In reality, the name “Antifaschistische Aktion” is a cynical marketing scam to obscure the ultimate and active goal of destroying America and democracy, itself. Investigative reporter Andy Ngo follows Antifa’s trail of destruction back to their headquarters in his new, eye opening expose, “Unmasked.”
With meticulous, on-the-ground, first hand reporting, he exposes Antifa’s fighting tactics, indoctrination techniques, and terrorist plots. Ngo names names. As he explains, “Antifa are no longer a fringe group of radicals wreaking havoc in a handful of cities in America.” The violent extremists have become distressingly mainstream. Deploying left-wing, populist slogans, the anarchists have achieved “tremendous success through finding fellow travelers in education, journalism, the legal profession, and politics.”
Ngo was brutally beaten during a 2019 Antifa protest in his hometown of Portland, Oregon, suffering a traumatic brain injury. He turns to the Portland police for justice. They soon prove impotent at best, cowardly and complicit at worst. In a grotesque twist, the son of Vietnamese refugees who fled to the freedom and safety of the United States is forced to flee his permissive adopted home. From a safe perch in London (for the moment), he tells Die Weltwoche “There’s an escalating threat of violence against me.”