I hate calling Andy Ngo a "journalist" because in my mind, and in the minds of millions of Americans, "journalist" is an insult. It just means “professional liar.” I’d call him a citizen reporter. He endangers himself to get out that and show us what is really happening in the streets. His courage is admirable and his book well worth reading. Of course, just reading the book isn't enough. I'm honored that we're building an online community to talk about this book and other ideas. I look forward to doing more of this in the future. Join the Book Club, enjoy the podcast, organize with those of like mind for collective self-protection and self-improvement. Above all, in these dangerous times, watch your top-knot. https://vdare.com/posts/vdare-book-club-podcast-on-andy-ngo-s-unmasked-inside-antifa-s-radical-plan-to-destroy-democracy
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