How they found him — and how he made his way out.
Gabriel Nadales was an angry, bitter, and unhappy young man — the perfect recruit for Antifa, the violent left-wing group which claims to fight against fascism. How did they find him? And how did he find his way out? Check out this important new short video from Prager University below, and check out Nadales’ book Behind the Black Mask: My Time as an Antifa Activist.
When I went to college in 1969 at University of Maryland, I remember seeing a group of very ANGRY students called SDS. I saw them trampling America flags which had been set on fire.
This was NOT a group with which I wanted to be associated. Their anger was palpable and even though I was not yet a Christian, something told me to stay clear of these people.
When I watched the news in the last year of Antifa and the the trail of destruction they left behind them – it brought to mind the SDS (Students for a Democratic Society)Aa
As I watched the embedded video, it reminded me of my time at University of Maryland and a group called SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) which was extremely violent and hated America and Capitalism. I believe that their leaders were Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin.
The anger from these people was palatable.
I would see them setting our American flag on fire and then trampling it. I stayed as far away from that group as I could.
The anger that I saw in SDS was much like what we have seen from Antifa.
Brethren, pray for the disillusioned and vulnerable young people. Pray that Christians will encounter many of them and their eyes will be opened to the Truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ!