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some people get fucked with by the riots, so to them it will always be fascist behavior.

ON THE OTHER HAND, i think it's fair that rioters are often revolting against "normal" conditions that are far more fascistic than the riots, so it's kinda a double standard to say they are fascistic when cities always seem to impose draconian restrictions on movement and activity. There's also the red argument about "the oppresiveness of capitalism" which sounds wonky and aggrandized but is partially true.

These kinds of emotionally charged discussions -- bringing in words like "riots" and "fascism" -- are interesting when you look at them as spectrums for chaos/order, rather than absolutes such as "that's fascist" or "you are a fascist!"