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What antifa and big banks have in common

12 Jan

Kevin Michael Grace noted in this YouTube vid that they both have gone after Tucker Carlson; the antifa who pounded on his house door some months back, terrorizing his wife and kids, and the banks who are boycotting his show now. Functioning like a left hand and a right hand, that may not know what each other is doing but nevertheless work in concert.

Nicholas Strakon identified such ostensibly different but aligned power blocs as Red Guards and Dark Suits. (Recall that, among the antifa, members of the elite such as bike-lock-swinging university professors have been found. They’re not street anarchists; these are Soros-funded rabble-rousers…)

What I find interesting now is how easily observable all this is now, to those who have eyes to see.

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3 responses to “What antifa and big banks have in common

  1. Nullus Maximus

    January 12, 2019 at 1:19 pm

    “Functioning like a left hand and a right hand, that may not know what each other is doing but nevertheless work in concert.”
    That is an excellent way of describing what Moldbug called the Cathedral.

     
    • Will S.

      January 12, 2019 at 11:32 pm

      Ah yes. Only ever read a bit of Moldbug; found him a bit too TL;DR for my attention span – but I did like what I read, mostly. 🙂

      I also like Joe Sobran’s metaphor of The Hive, wherein central control isn’t necessary; the Hive Mind just knows how it is to act, by a kind of instinct.

       

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