Under #OpDomesticTerrorism, numerous Anonymous groups from about the planet have come collectively to battle white supremacy in the United States. As properly as taking down more than a dozen neo-Nazi web sites, numerous Twitter accounts belonging to white supremacists have been effectively shut down.
“This is simply related to ongoing events. Our message is simple, if we catch your organisation taking part in acts of domestic terrorism in the name of white supremacy, we’re coming for you.
“We’ve had plenty of Anons contribute to the operation worldwide knowing this is a U.S.-based operation; the fight against fascism is global, so we may consider expanding our operation to work with Anonymous groups in their own countries.”
Last August, Anonymous hacktivists effectively shut down the Charlottesville city web page shortly immediately after Heather Heyer’s death. The attack was carried out by the New World Hackers (NWH) who offered HackRead with the following statement:
“At the time we saw the police have been not so beneficial, they left the persons to die which forced us to target the Charlottesville web page to give them a message. New World Hackers are back, and we are delivering our personal version of justice to the KKK, and government, in which ever way we please.”
These current attacks have been in retaliation to the “Unite the Right” rally organized by far-suitable extremists in Charlottesville, and the “White Lives Matter” rally. Attacks are ongoing.
Here is a list of the white-supremacists web sites that have been shut down. As of the 20th of this month, all but 3 of the web pages have been nonetheless shut down:
We’ve reached a grotesque moment in American history exactly where principals are relinquished in the presence of doughy-faced bigots in nerdy tweed suits. 2017 will forever be remembered as the year neo-Nazis became accepted as activists, and ethnic cleansing became a debatable subject. Some would say Anonymous’ resurgence of attacks was inevitable.
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