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The EFF’s dark side

Those who are not enamoured with the EFF like to reference an outfit that existed in the 1900s to warn about the dangers that the Red Berets pose to our democracy. The reference to the Black Shirts, recruits from the Nazi Party’s youth groups who formed the backbone of the party’s enforcement arm, were ideologues of the highest order and relished the use of violence. They disrupted meetings held by Adolph Hitler’s opponents, trashed property, broke furniture and – most importantly – broke bones. They were driven by the goal of

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