Shayne Hunter, an Australian and ex-member of Antifa, is publicly coming out against what he’s calling a “cult” after four years and is telling you that they are a threat to society.

This is something those of us that are “woke” already know but it’s also important that we hear these particular people out. We need to know what’s coming and what they’re capable of.

Hunter’s decision came about after he saw a video which showed a mocking of Social Justice Warriors, which he calls a “Cringe video” and stated:

“A ‘social justice warrior’ cringe video appeared on my social media feed. I didn’t watch it at first. A couple of weeks later it popped up again so I pressed play. It was like seeing the entire cult through an outside lens. It woke me up. I realised that everything I had started to believe was wrong.

You don’t know humiliation until you’ve left a cult; I wasted four years of my life.”

As reported by News.com.au:

I got radicalised in Sydney. I was originally concerned about Western intervention in Syria. Radical left-wing people dominated rallies and I started to associate with them more. My so-called ‘normal’ friends drifted away…

I came to believe that war was a symptom of bigger systems at play in society and they were the real enemy, like white supremacy and patriarchy. Antifa believe these systems need to be smashed through a process of ‘de-platforming’ to save the world. People who don’t necessarily agree on everything are united to attack their common enemy — anyone in the right wing of politics…

I read that Antifa in the US is training people to shoot and punch. It’s the same here. Antifa in Sydney are doing martial arts to, as they would put it, ‘fight the Nazis’. It’s a paramilitary mindset.

It’s more dangerous than ISIS…

The radical left of Antifa presents itself as being about compassion and empathy; it’s a Trojan horse. All conversations are about entitlement and rights, not responsibility. When these people talk about freedom, they really mean freedom from responsibility.

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