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About Unmasked

A journalist who's been attacked by Antifa writes a deeply researched and reported account of the group's history and tactics.  When Andy Ngo was attacked in the streets by Antifa in the summer of 2019, most people assumed it was an isolated incident. But those who'd been following Ngo's reporting in outlets like the New York Post and Quillette knew that the attack was only the latest in a long line of crimes perpetrated by Antifa. In Unmasked, Andy Ngo tells the story of this violent extremist movement from the very beginning. He includes interviews with former followers of the group, people who've been attacked by them, and incorporates stories from his own life. This book contains a trove of documents obtained by the author, published for the first time ever.

After ANTIFA burns down businesses, loots, destroys communities-ostensibly under fighting for the oppressed but in reality-for the advancement of communism they will be future lawyers, politicians, and authority figures. We think they are radical now. Wait until they are given the power to dictate through executive orders. Either way, Andy Ngo has more balls than all of ANTIFA put together. Great book.

While I agree with a previous review that this book does not flow exceptionally well, I found it very enlightening. I salute Andy Ngo for his tenacity and his bravery. Mr. Ngo recognizes that free speech and liberty cannot be separated and points out the hypocrisy of Antifa’s campaign to silence those that do not agree with them.

Of course the only review available to read on Apples site is a disinformation negative review Meanwhile there’s many many more five star reviews available on this very same book. I’ll never buy another Apple product.

The information is not delivered in a concise, organized way. It’s almost like getting an assault victims story right after he’s just been beaten. It’s all over the place. Some of it doesn’t sink in, you don’t fully grasp what you’re reading because it’s delivered in a way that’s not conducive to absorption. It moreso resembles a reactive “grab and give” information “as it comes to me” telling, than it does a well thought out piece designed to deliberately bring total understanding to the reader. I would’ve liked to have seen the author take a deep breath and refine it another 20 times until it was a condensed, simplified tale with all the hard hitting facts lined up. As it is here, I’m walking away with the glib phrase running through my mind, “Antifa bad."


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