ADL: 'Anti-Antifa Images' Are 'Hate Symbols'Chris Menahan
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In addition to declaring the "OK" hand symbol and bowl cuts are now "hate symbols," the ADL has also declared "anti-Antifa images" are "hate symbols."
The ADL writes on their website:
Although white supremacist animus is often thought of as being directed against religious, racial and ethnic minorities, a significant portion of their hateful rhetoric is directed against the political left, including both the mainstream and far left. For example, a common alt right meme offers “free helicopter rides” to people on the left, a reference to the tactic used by right-wing dictatorships in Argentina and Chile of throwing left-wing critics of the regime from helicopters.They included these images at the bottom of their page:
If you don't actively support antifa holding Satanic rituals in downtown Portland then you're a white supremacist and a terrorist.
Them's the rules, folks!
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