Surprise, Surprise! Vicky Osterweil, Author of ‘In Defense of Looting,’ Used to be Willie Osterweil

By Steve Sailer | 30 August 2020

UNZ REVIEW — As I’ve been pointing out for some time, more than a few of our New Idols of Utmost Diversity, male-to-female trans folks, tend to be nasty sons-of-a-gun. Not surprisingly, therefore, a wildly disproportionate percentage of Antifa appear to be trans.

For example, many are currently talking about this NPR interview with Vicky Osterweil, author of In Defense of Looting. Personally, I find this a pretty intelligent point of view, but just from a fundamentally bad person:

One Author’s Argument ‘In Defense Of Looting’
Code Switch
August 27, 202012:08 PM ET
Natalie Escobar

… Writer Vicky Osterweil’s book, In Defense of Looting, came out on Tuesday. When she finished it, back in April, she wrote (rather presciently) that “a new energy of resistance is building across the country.” Now, as protests and riots continue to grip cities, she argues that looting is a powerful tool to bring about real, lasting change in society. The rioters who smash windows and take items from stores, she says, are engaging in a powerful tactic that questions the justice of “law and order,” and the distribution of property and wealth in an unequal society. […]

1 Comment on Surprise, Surprise! Vicky Osterweil, Author of ‘In Defense of Looting,’ Used to be Willie Osterweil

  1. Steve Sailer thinks it is an “intelligent point of view”????

    As Buzz Mohawk commented: “He/She/It is describing acts of war. This is a war. Think of Sherman’s March, during which they burnt things down and took what they wanted along the way.”

    Interesting that the link article raised the possibility that Jewish Willie/Vicky Osterweil & his “abolish the family” white female “husband” Sophie Lewis are just a normal hetero couple pretending to be pervs for street cred. Her translations include “Communism for Kids”.

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