You Can Now Buy Antifa Shirts, Because The Best Way To Fight Capitalism Is With … Capitalism
New York City Antifa linked its latest merchandise on Twitter Monday to celebrate the “International Day of Solidarity With Antifascist Prisoners” on July 25.
“THIS WEDNESDAY!! JULY 25TH!! IS THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SOLIDARITY W/ ANTIFASCIST PRISONERS!! … Ideas for ways to show your solidarity can be found on our blog,” New York City Antifa tweeted on Monday.
THIS WEDNESDAY!! JULY 25TH!! IS THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SOLIDARITY W/ ANTIFASCIST PRISONERS!!
They are in there for us, so we’ll be out here for them!!
— New York City Antifa (@NYCAntifa) July 23, 2018
The tweet contained a link to a page where NYC Antifa suggests supporters “buy an awesome t-shirt to show your solidarity.”
The t-shirt, which says “support Antifa prisoners” is $21.99. The product description says “these shirts directly support anti-fascist prisoners worldwide.”
Antifascists, or Antifa, is a radical anarchist group and “a piece of the struggle against capitalism,” according to an August 2017 tweet from NYC Antifa.
“We’re for the international destruction of capitalism,” the organization tweeted in December 2016.
we’re for the international destruction of capitalism
— New York City Antifa (@NYCAntifa) December 10, 2016
Antifa is pretty universally anticapitalist, yet many different Antifa groups sell merchandise.
“No Gods No Masters,” an Antifa site, sells 463 different Antifa t-shirts. The shirts are $15.
The purchases are funding “an average of $2200USD per month” to anti-fascist causes, such as The International Anti-Fascist Defense Fund, which is “used to provide immediate support to anti-fascists … whenever they found themselves in a difficult situation as a result of their stand against hate.” (RELATED: Women’s Protest Says Pence ‘Ushering In A Theocratic Society’)
“It’s Going Down,” an Antifa blog and store, also sells t-shirts, along with stickers, buttons, and even a hammock. For $125, one can buy a hammock “by Mexican Anarchist Prisoner Miguel Prelalta” or a $20 “On A Mission Sticker Pack” with branded “It’s Going Down” stickers.
All of the proceeds go to funding the “It’s Going Down” website and “radical projects.”
“Antifa United” sells Antifa-branded hats, shirts, backpacks, pins, scarves, and more. For $20, Antifa supporters can own a wool scarf, and for five dollars a bottle opener that says “LOVE BEER HATE FASCISM.”
The online store is “solely to fundraise for antifascist causes, often for comrades in need of medical care or legal defense.”
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