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Anonymous exposes German neo-Nazis

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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:26 PM
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(I did a search, but didn't see that this had been posted yet. I apologize if it has and please disregard.)

www.msnbc.msn.com...

The German wing of the shadowy Anonymous hacktivist collective has launched a full-scale "Blitzkrieg" on neo-Nazis and other extremist groups, and has kicked off its campaign by publishing thousands of names and email addresses of supporters of Germany's far-right National Democratic Party (NPD).

In support of its "Operation Blitzkrieg " campaign, Anonymous created "Nazi-Leaks," (Nazi-Leaks.net), a WikiLeaks-style website on which the hacktivist group has posted the names and addresses of NPD donors, a contacts list from the right-wing newspaper Junge Freiheit (Young Freedom) and names and email addresses taken from neo-Nazi online store databases.

On its OpBlitzkrieg site, Anonymous also posted emails from registered members of other countries' extremist groups, including Ohio White Pride, Blood and Honour and the American Nazi Party; one American Nazi Party email shows a California neo-Nazi fresh out of prison looking for a local chapter to join, while another details a gay Nazi's quest for a proper sexual "slave."

The leaked Blood and Honour list contains names, phone numbers and home and email addresses of members from dozens of countries, including Brazil, Italy, Belgium, Slovenia, the United Kingdom, Canada and several from the United States.


Well, I can't say I'm for protecting Nazis, so I feel this is a good thing. The US and several other countries have been seeking those who were involved with concentration camps since WWII ended and I view this as simply another avenue that has been placed on the back burner until now.

Then, there's the usual argument where these folks' privacy is being invaded:


Thomas Hoeren, a legal media professor at the University of Münster, told Deutsche Welle, "This attack shows an enormous insensitivity for personal protection, even if these people are from the extreme right and you don't agree with their views. It can unfairly ruin reputations."


In my opinion, people who practice hatred such as this make it a lifestyle. They actively seek out others who share the same views and honor a group think or hive mentality. Besides, if these types of views are acceptable, why do these people feel the need to hide in the first place? Why not step out of the darkness and defend your views if you feel so strongly about them?

Thoughts?




posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:31 PM
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agree but people in these groups are all followers the reason they wont step out from the darkness is because with out numbers or others to back them up they don't seem so powerful

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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:35 PM
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True. But, by hiding in the shadows, does this make them the equivalent of a Nazi secret society? Do they deserve to be shielded and their privacy protected because they are outnumbered?
(I'm not attacking you. I'm just bringing up questions I have rolling around in my head.)



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:36 PM
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Whilst i whole-heartedly agree with the right that no-one's privacy should be invaded,anyone who support,endorses or even thinks this sick depraved way of life is acceptable should be herdedup and shot,have no lessons been learned from WW2????



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:41 PM
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have no lessons been learned from WW2????


You would think so, but evidently not.
I've always subscribed to the idea that the Nazis were never defeated. They just went underground.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:46 PM
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I can honestly say that I find the actions of Anonymous hilarious. Please note that no economic harm was done just identifying those who specifically wish to remain hidden and unknown. Experts are right about the privacy issue but if you don't want to get your tail nailed then don't participate in activities that others find disgusting. This includes porn, crime, extremism or terrorist activities. At least now those people are known and can't hide in the dark. My best,



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:47 PM
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Yes,have often thought that about most things like this,they can never truly erradicate all of them there will always be a small sect still active albeit out of the public eye...but still there



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:47 PM
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Originally posted by Afterthought
reply to post by am241
 


True. But, by hiding in the shadows, does this make them the equivalent of a Nazi secret society? Do they deserve to be shielded and their privacy protected because they are outnumbered?
(I'm not attacking you. I'm just bringing up questions I have rolling around in my head.)


Freedom of speech and freedom of expression.

Just because the message is evil, freedom means it should be allowed. Evil acts is a different thing altogether. Evil expression is not something we should punish people for. What will be next? When an upside down cross becomes someones avatar, should the Internet Police arrest them on the grounds of evil expression?

I dont condone any type of nazi attitudes, but recognize freedom for what it is.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:49 PM
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The Neo nazi movement is very good for zionism, and wonder if it is even real.

news.bbc.co.uk...
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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:50 PM
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Well, these groups have infact gained much influence and power in certain countries within europe, the BNP in England, the NPD in Germany, the NVU in the Netherlands, and the list goes on... I don't like where this is going and I am indeed afraid that people ignorantly choose to vote for or join these parties in the near future. These are dangerous times people, as economical stability and political morality spirals down into oblivion we will be faced with very extremist and right winged views.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:50 PM
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privacy is one thing if your keeping your views private, to openly join a racist group whos muddled history involves everything from robberies to snuff is to openly declare war against the better traits and principles of humanity and the human condition. it is an ancient and outdated tradition of judgement based on genetics that has plagued our race for as long as we have written history, when do we begin to eradicate it as a global society?



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:51 PM
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its a tough subject everyone is entitled to their own opinions and beliefs but most people in these groups are outcasts or loners some just out of boredom the reason Neo-Nazism is growing in places such as Germany is due to economic stress and growing up in shattered families where they don't have that family figure to put down their foot half of these kids are just doing it because they think its a cool thing and all their friends are doing not really understanding anything behind Nazism should their privacy be exposed i would say not just because whats the point ? are other people violently going to attack these individuals it wouldn't make them any better then the neo's themselves the easiest way to handle the situation would be to not pay in mind to them because thats what they are looking for some to pay attention to them they want to instill fear to people and make the headlines it would be much simpler to pay no mind to them and let them commit a violent act that will send them to prison maybe then they will realize what their so called beliefs of hatred did for them



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:06 PM
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While I'm all for freedom of expression and freedom of speech, I don't believe hiding to protect yourself because of your views qualifies under such freedoms. They have every right to utilize their freedom of speech and expression by hosting a peaceful parade and let their views be known, but slinking around and searching on the down low for others who share their views is another thing. (Does Germany have laws protecting freedom of speech and expression?)

If there are children and other loners involved in these groups just because they're viewed as cool, I feel bad for these misguided souls and maybe this will show them that when you lie down with mangy dogs, you're going to get up with fleas.

Edit to Add: I believe the main objective here is to ferret out powerful people who are within these groups and expose them for what they truly are. It would be nice to see "leaders" who are hiding within these groups crash and burn.
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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:09 PM
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Well they should list the entire current Government of Germany today because they are up to their necks in Nazi traditions with their intelligence service. See my thread if you don't think so.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:12 PM
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A big thanks for adding your thread to this one.

I hadn't seen it and will most certainly check it out. Yes, it is a huge rabbit hole and is part of the elites' plans related to ethnic cleansing, experimentations, and all the other sick practices they feel are necessary to fulfill their sordid agenda.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 07:16 PM
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Is there really any 'privacy' on the internet? I mean, if people can get your credit card numbers and other sensitive info then why would you think you can be anonymous in your secret 'clubs'?
I really don't want the internet censored therefore I think that if the police can break up child porno rings( a good thing) then just cause you want to play Nazi doesn't mean you should be protected. If your really worried about it , you wouldn't be on the 'net posting.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 09:38 PM
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What is the difference between an Anonymous sting on Neo-Nazis and a govt sting on pedophiles on the Internet? One is anointed by the law and the other isn't but they both are policing society according to a set of principles.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 01:32 AM
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This most likely was done by the ADL or other similar organizations. Anonymous is just that, a cover for people to do things. Pity Anonymous doesn't turn their attention to Radical Feminist's too. I am sure they would find loads of interesting things, like the stuff found in Agent Orange operation(Google Agent Orange MRA).







 
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