The second of a series of undercover videos reportedly depicting Antifa “fight clubs” has been published by Project Veritas.
Earlier this week, PJ Media’s Megan Fox reported on the first video, which shows the alarming recruitment tactics of Antifa in Portland, Oregon:
The anonymous infiltrator hired by Project Veritas says he was recruited into Rose City Antifa and put through secretive steps to become a member. The group is so paranoid about being recorded they make members and recruits put their phones in a bathroom when they meet. They had no idea the undercover reporter had a hidden camera on him the whole time.
In #ExposeAntifa, it is revealed that Caroline Victorin (née Gauld) is one of the founders of Rose City Antifa, the oldest known antifa organization in the US. With her Swedish husband, Johan Victorin,—who is also antifa—they helped import European antifa extremism model into US. pic.twitter.com/EPpMniKe23
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) June 4, 2020
On Friday, Project Veritas released a second video exposing Antifa’s apparently refined tactics, this time highlighting what they described as a “Fight Club training session” at New York City’s RefuseFa, a related organization to Antifa.
In the video, an instructor tells the members to try to “cripple” their opponents. Though he says such attacks are meant to distract opponents for an easy escape, the instructor adds that you can “really put a beating on them after that if you really don’t like the person.”
“If you get a good liver or kidney shot, it’s pretty much crippling them. They’re going to be doubled over and in a lot of pain. If you break one of the floating ribs, which are small and right down here. Those are also very painful, it’s hard to move after that, it’s hard to catch a breath,” the instructor says. “So one good body shot could potentially give you all the time in the world to run away while they’re doubled over in pain, or really put a beating on them after that if you really don’t like the person.”
Another instructor explains Antifa’s notion of “preemptive self-defense” to essentially define a piece of public property as the Antifa members’ personal property: “We just kind of want to, in this space, reframe the idea of self-defense as not simply, you’re being acted upon by an aggressor. But it’s kind of a decision you make to fight back. In a lot of ways to say, I am human and I occupy this space and I will not be f*cked with.”
“We call this a safe space to practice aggression. Not aggression against one another, but really just a space that, if you want to or if you really want to challenge yourself, to that kind of work on harnessing that kind of energy,” one instructor says in the video, explaining how members train for violence in the streets.
Training topics reportedly included defense against blunt objects, such as police batons, how to break a chokehold, and how to apply a chokehold.
“You’re trying to basically cut off both, both arteries,” the instructor said. “You know, squeeze.”
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