Who is oppressed? Those whose voices are heard (BLM and ANTIFA) or those whose are not (conservatives). Perhaps we, the silent majority, should defend ourselves violently. Would this fascist be in favor? I think not.
She is a hypocrite and snowflake.
Antifa violence vitally worth doing, says NYU librarian Toni Airaksinen New York Campus Correspondent @Toni_Airaksinen Today at 9:51 AM EDT 33 171 0Reddit 0 A New York University librarian praised Antifa violence as “vitally worth doing” in an essay about the recent rise of violence on the far-left. April Hathcock argues that since “an explicitly peaceful movement” like Black Lives Matter faces “similar scrutiny” to Antifa, leftist protesters might as well employ violence in pursuit of their goals. A New York University librarian praised Antifa violence as “vitally worth doing” in an essay about the recent rise of violence on the far-left.April Hathcock, a Scholarly Communications Librarian at NYU, penned an essay “On Antifa and Social Justice Struggle” arguing that she “doesn’t care” about violence perpetuated by Antifa members because the violence is in service of a larger “social justice” agenda. “Fighting oppression is messy. It’s not always going to be done right or peacefully or with perfect grace.” Tweet This “Thing is, fighting oppression is messy. It’s not always going to be done right or peacefully or with perfect grace,” Hathcock remarked. “And that’s okay. It’s still vitally worth doing.”Further, Hathcock condemns Antifa critics for “tone policing” far-left activists.[RELATED: NYU librarian laments ‘fatigue’ from ‘presence of white people’]Citizens worried about violence, she argues, perpetuate “the age-old narrative emerging here in which the oppressed are only allowed to fight oppression in ways deemed acceptable by the oppressor. This is a tone-policing tale as old as time.”Hathcock also compares Antif