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WATCH: Andy Ngo speaks to Tucker Carlson about his new book exposing the radical agenda of Antifa

"You can think of [Antifa] essentially as a religious death cult. Which is why when they kill people, launch attacks, and bring explosives to their riots, they rebel and celebrate in that destruction."

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Tucker Carlson interviewed The Post Millennial Editor-at-Large Andy Ngo on Tuesday night about his new book Unmasked: Inside Antifa's Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy.

Ngo told Carlson "Antifa is just one manifestation of far-left domestic terrorism in the US. America has a history of far-left terrorism. In the 60s and 70s there were the Weather Underground and Black Liberation army. In the 80s we had the main 19th Communist organization. Today we have Antifa."

Tucker Carlson asked Ngo "what is the goal for a group like this" and "what’s the end game for Antifa?"

Ngo told Calson, "I published in my book some primary documents from somebody who went through the membership process for Rose City Antifa, the Antifa based in Portland." Ngo is currently involved in a lawsuit against Rose City Antifa for injuries he suffered while covering one of their riots.

"You will see based on the curriculum that in addition to weapons, trainings, and training how to fight, there's actually a very intense radicalization process that takes a new recruit through certain incremental steps…reaching them to a point where they are brainwashed by not just killing for their cause but also having a desire to be martyred."

"You can think of [Antifa] essentially as a religious death cult. Which is why when they kill people, launch attacks, and bring explosives to their riots, they rebel and celebrate in that destruction."

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