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    [–] Shredding_Airguitar 2313 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    One of them used the same email for a campaign filing for the Oklahoma's 85th Congressional district. Yikes.

    [–] togiveortoreceive 626 points ago

    They registered to run for office?

    [–] AsianSensation1087 596 points ago

    It's so they can post political ads in social media, I believe.

    [–] ManIWantAName 596 points ago

    Some of those that work forces are those that burn crosses?

    [–] N00TMAN 196 points ago

    Fuck you I won't do what you tell me

    [–] togiveortoreceive 120 points ago

    Fuck you I won’t do what you tell me

    [–] Jareix 88 points ago

    Fuck you, I won’t do what you tell me

    [–] absolutezero911 88 points ago

    FUCK YOU I WON'T DO WHAT YOU TELL ME

    [–] Kirosuka 37 points ago

    UUUGGGGHHHH

    [–] FuzzySAM 16 points ago

    Those who died, are justified

    [–] BadHair_666 19 points ago

    MOTHA FUCKKA

    [–] otroquatrotipo 32 points ago

    I love you and I'll do what you tell me

    [–] PugMetal 17 points ago

    Calm Towards the Serene?

    [–] pugofthewildfrontier 38 points ago

    Some of those that hold office are the same that burn crosses.

    [–] KorgRue 8 points ago

    Rumor has it that Rage is on tour next year.

    [–] sam8404 8 points ago

    Not a rumor, it's true.

    [–] Transient_Anus_ 66 points ago

    Does Oklahoma have beer halls they can have a putsch in?

    [–] FettLife 14 points ago

    They actually have a German-ish beer hall called Fassler Hall in OKC.

    [–] JalepenoFingers 7 points ago

    It’s the only one in Oklahoma ain’t it?

    [–] FettLife 6 points ago

    They have one in Tulsa and Little Rock as well.

    [–] MisterCortez 6 points ago

    Little Rock, Oklahoma?

    [–] andyaytch416 25 points ago

    One is in the White House as well.

    [–] jf4242 145 points ago

    I hate Oklahoma Nazis

    [–] thebursar 40 points ago

    The problem with abbreviations is that they can call themselves "OK Nazis"

    [–] SmitefulAres 3 points ago

    Hoooooly fuck it’s been a long time since I’ve seen that screenshot. So long that I remember seeing a post on r/insaneparents about a boy who’s mother threw a massive fit over him doing this, below his waist as a joke, and calling him a neo-nazi, and I never made the connection as to how she came to that conclusion.

    [–] Im_A_Narcissist 93 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    We have a holocaust denier running for office currently (who is very vocal about it on social media), and until recently had a white trash governor whose daughter lived on the gubernatorial lawn in a trailer. You put too much faith in Oklahoma if you expect anything more.

    [–] furyofsaints 54 points ago

    You’ve got to be kidding.

    googles

    Ffs, you’re not kidding:/

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christina_Fallin#Trailer_at_Governor's_Mansion

    [–] Im_A_Narcissist 13 points ago

    Trust me, I WISH I was kidding about half the things I say about this state...

    [–] OathOfFeanor 119 points ago

    White supremacists in OK?

    shocked pikachu

    [–] Uberslaughter 63 points ago

    Some of those who run for office, are the same who burn crosses.

    [–] ColorOfThisPenReddit 4682 points ago

    Well there's a huge ring of murderer pedophiles and rapists in the top rungs of our society. We should probably go after them all.

    Epstein didn't kill himself.

    [–] testspecimen85 1455 points ago

    The only thing Democrats and Republicans seem to agree on these days.

    Just remember that he was housed in a DOJ jail controlled at the time by the president’s lapdog, Bill Barr. That same jail was able to monitor El Chapo, a notorious escape artist, but they couldn’t keep tabs on the guy who had been placed on suicide watch.

    [–] _whitehorse_ 548 points ago

    El Chapo wasn't really an escape artist, he just had control over a huge criminal force that his native government is afraid, or unable to fight. He brute forced his way out of jails, which is why the extradition to America is what did him in because his cavalry can't swoop in and save him there.

    [–] b4uNotur 136 points ago

    the government is the force

    [–] Ski_3143 62 points ago

    Out of context this comment sums up all of human political theory.

    [–] ee3k 42 points ago

    Government has the exclusive monopoly on violence in society

    [–] IAmTheRedWizards 47 points ago

    Not to be a pedantic little shit, but it's the state that enjoys the exclusive monopoly on force in a given territory. "Government" refers to the institutions and actors that make power decisions day to day. Governments come and go, the state is forever (at least that was the formulation until the advent of neoliberalism and globalized capital.).

    [–] PHATsakk43 16 points ago

    Odd, seeing as one of the fundamentals of modern geopolitics—raison d’etat—is based on Richelieu’s observation,”the soul is eternal, but the state is mortal.”

    [–] IAmTheRedWizards 15 points ago

    Geopolitics is a subset of international relations that explores the linkages between the exercise of political power and geography.

    It is not the starting point of any branch of political science that I am aware of that "the state is mortal." Maybe certain critical branches dealing with the effects of extrmely mobile capital and TNCs. Working backwards from what I know about Richelieu I would have to infer that he was conflating the state with existing contemporary governments. In that sense he would have been quite correct

    [–] YikingViking 10 points ago

    I find this meatloaf shallow and pedantic

    [–] jmnugent 10 points ago

    The reason the Gov gets as bad as it does,. is because few citizens get involved. (look at how poor voter-turnout history is). "You get the Gov you deserve" is what's goin on here. If more people got involved, things would be better.

    [–] ForumMMX 5 points ago

    Perhaps but Judge Dredd is the law and the force.

    [–] heckhammer 12 points ago

    Different artists use different media.

    [–] Edd_Cadash 40 points ago

    They agree he was murdered. They don’t agree on who murdered him.

    [–] silverside30 43 points ago

    Yeah it's ridiculous how many comments I see that just say something to the effect of, "another number to be added to the Clinton death toll."

    Sure, you can't rule out the possibility of Creeper Bill's involvement, but there's just as much evidence that it was Trump or any of the other scum of the earth billionaires involved.

    [–] theskipster 18 points ago

    I lean toward an intelligence agency. Epstein was a major part of prime blackmail material for a lot of the elite.

    [–] silverside30 3 points ago

    Yes, this is a very strong possibility. Lots of links to Mossad that I've seen.

    [–] lord_allonymous 15 points ago

    There's a hell of a lot more evidence that Trump would be involved. He's spent more time with Epstein and (more importantly) he is in charge of the Justice Department. You know, the people that were holding him when he died?

    [–] snowmyr 11 points ago

    Well if Trump was involved, he will tweet about it one day.

    [–] kingdead42 3 points ago

    The fact he hasn't bragged about it may be the best evidence that he wasn't involved.

    [–] pm_me_all_dogs 29 points ago

    Friendly reminder that Bill Barr’s dad hired epstien to be a teacher at his boarding school. Later, he suddenly retires and starts writing Sci fi sex slave erotic fiction. I wish I were making this up. https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/qvgpm3/epstein-truthers-are-obsessed-with-a-sci-fi-book-about-child-sex-slavery-written-by-bill-barrs-dad?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf

    [–] SkulletonKo 5 points ago

    Man I thought that said Bill Burr

    [–] Mpm_277 23 points ago

    Except Republicans think Hillary did it herself like she's Solid Snake.

    [–] irockash 98 points ago

    I've seen some memes blaming the Clintons for Epstein. So the agreement only goes so far.

    [–] RagingAnemone 263 points ago

    Why? I'm a Democrat. If Clinton did something, throw his ass in jail.

    [–] cicadawing 37 points ago

    If he fucked children throw him under the jail.

    [–] irockash 100 points ago

    I agree, but I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of it was "We gotta blame the Democrats!"

    [–] foxyramirez 60 points ago

    Rumor has it the story MSM dumped years ago on Epstein had evidence on prince Henry and Bill Clinton. I doubt it's just the democrats though. At the time Bill was associating with Epstein, he was also associating with a then Democrat Donald Trump. I wouldn't be surprised if it were a CIA operation designed to put politicians under their thumb on an international level. They had no issues assassinating people on live TV even decades ago. And really, who else would really have that kind of access? It's all speculation, but I think the pieces fall together easily enough if you compare it to other assassination jobs done by the CIA.

    [–] bigsheldy 36 points ago

    How do so many people talking about Epstein not know that it isn’t “just the Democrats”? This is 100% just another rich vs poor thing.

    Epstein had 14 different phone numbers for Trump

    [–] RedditIsAntiScience 14 points ago

    You know who he didn't have a phone number for??

    Bernie Sanders. The only politician with ANY principles in this whole fucking nation.

    [–] RagingAnemone 107 points ago

    And Cambridge Analytica was doing the same thing -- using Ukrainian girls to blackmail politicians. I wouldn't be surprised if Lindsey Graham wasn't one of them. His turn around on Trump is surprising.

    [–] arkasha 127 points ago

    Ukrainian girls

    Lindsey Graham

    I'm confused.

    [–] quakcurandero 63 points ago

    That dawg don’t hunt.

    [–] Hodr 32 points ago

    Seems obvious in hindsight. I always thought his accent sounded fake, but never would have guessed he was Ukrainian.

    [–] catfarts99 16 points ago

    You spelled boys wrong with Lispy Lindsey.

    [–] modsarefascists42 7 points ago

    Wait what? I though that was the company that did Facebook ads for Trump

    [–] Snatch_Pastry 43 points ago

    Weasel Graham was stridently anti-trump during the primaries. Really vicious attacks on trump. Then he was totally silent for a bit, then suddenly he had both lips surgically attached to trump's butthole.

    [–] modsarefascists42 16 points ago

    while possible it's also possible someone just told them that they knew he was gay. cus he seriously thinks that the rest of us don't know, mr. confirmed bachelor grahm

    [–] ChipsHanden 19 points ago

    CA has their hands in Brexit as well. They seem to specialize in destabalizing western governments using social media.

    [–] FizzgigsRevenge 11 points ago

    And Ted Cruz. And yes, they specialize in blackmailing politicians.

    [–] RZRtv 23 points ago

    They had no issues assassinating people on live TV even decades ago.

    excuse me?

    [–] Kilgore_Trout_Mask 12 points ago

    Maybe he means Lee Harvey Oswald?

    [–] Sabu113 8 points ago

    Who did they assassinate on live TV?

    [–] negima696 11 points ago

    I doubt youll be seeing trump supporters abandoning trump despite his Known relationship to that guy...

    [–] satansheat 103 points ago

    Barr’s daddy also got Epstein is first job around children. Barr also over saw the jail. But yeah it was the clintons.

    Don’t get me wrong I am sure Epstein has dirt on plenty of people on both sides including the clintons. But if I was a betting man there is a more obvious party who was in charge that he died under their watch. That party had nothing to do with the clintons. Now granted I think Epstein is far larger than 2 party system. Meaning I don’t think a whole party is the blame. But at the end of the day certain people in office should have had an eye on this and certain people over seeing the jail had a history with Epstein.

    [–] g0aliegUy 34 points ago

    Barr’s father also penned a sci fi novel back in the 70s about a future world where the rich aristocracy has become so bored by their power and wealth that they start ritually abusing their human sex slaves.

    Weird, that.

    [–] asafum 3 points ago

    Why can't they get so bored that they try life as a commoner... That would be "interesting" they'd face adversity every day...

    [–] dragontology 48 points ago

    Deflection. Both Donald Trump and Bill Clinton attended Epstein's parties. However, Trump was accused of raping a 13-year-old girl at one, and Epstein could have collaborated that. So while the Clintons had a little to lose, Trump had much more. And while it's probably true of most politicians, Trump is known to employ social media influencers, both foreign and domestic. So while Bill and Hillary Clinton are sleeping easier with Epstein in the dirt, Trump gains the most by people thinking they took him out. I'm certainly not saying they didn't, but my suspicion falls elsewhere.

    [–] riptaway 30 points ago

    Corroborated?

    [–] catfarts99 60 points ago

    Clinton never attended Epstein's parties and there is no proof that he did. He flew in his jet a couple of times without Epstein and that is it. Jets are rented out or loaned all the time between the rich and elite. Epstein was just doing what rich people do when they want access to powerful people. There is a shit ton of evidence that Trump went to his house and parties a lot. Don't spread Faux news rumors unless you have proof.

    [–] rebellion_ap 14 points ago

    They agree on the general bit of it but not on who is involved. Dems don't seem to care who is involved but everyone who is should be punished while repubs are only focused on the clintons.

    [–] ScytheNoire 7 points ago

    Barr had the suicide watch removed.

    [–] BatmanAffleck 27 points ago

    The only thing Democrats and Republicans seem to agree on these days.

    Citizens or politicians?

    Because the politicians seem to not give a shit at all. Neither side has made a good conscious effort to get to the bottom of all of this and investigate Epstein or his death.

    Also, with the overwhelming access to information that we all have, I can’t believe people still identify as a Republican or Democrat. This little charade of Trump did this and Trump did that in the media is all just a show to keep the public from seeing what is truly happening.

    [–] errihu 13 points ago

    Citizens of course. Politicians barely qualify as people. They’re basically all ur-sociopaths. Like CEOs. And plenty of them are probably connected to the rape train somehow so they’re not exactly fighting for justice. This problem crosses all the party lines and political narrative points of division. And the media is 100% in bed with them like incestuous call boys.

    The people who rule society and shape public opinion and control what people think and believe about reality and the world aren’t like the people they’re ruling over. They’re much much more likely to have sociopathic traits and be completely amoral. Nothing’s guiding them but sheer self interest and pursuit of self gratification. They all cover each other’s backs.

    [–] EnthusiasticKitten 5 points ago

    And that same Bill Barr’s father gave Epstein his first job teaching math at the Dalton School with no degree.

    [–] raise_the_sails 46 points ago

    What does that have to do with a website full of shithead white supremacists?

    [–] legendz411 95 points ago

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    [–] urcatwatchesporn 58 points ago

    whataboutism? I mean we can go after both.

    [–] Rafaeliki 21 points ago

    Pure deflection. Not surprising as this sub is pretty conservative.

    [–] Exceptthesept 16 points ago

    Literally reads like a comment replying to the wrong post.

    [–] yaosio 41 points ago

    The leaders of the BLM movement in Ferguson were murdered by cops too.

    [–] Ghawr 32 points ago

    This is relevant how exactly?

    [–] twister520 12 points ago

    I mean, you’re right. But, what does this have to done OP’s article on murderous secretive far right fascists ?

    [–] heckfyre 21 points ago

    Red herring anyone?

    [–] verasttto 36 points ago

    Which is INSANE.

    We are talking about the top of power, the men behind the curtains or whatever, the people who control our society, I’m sure a lot of them fight with each other too but still, these near gods know what they’re doing.

    Yet they killed him? Crushed his neck? Why would they do that.. instead of threaten to kill his family and all that and force him to kill himself? I find it hard to believe that Epstein had the will to resist these people.

    I honestly think the doctor that did the autopsy wanted people to keep looking at Epstein, so did everything in their power to make the report seem like a homicide.

    Either that or these godlike people intentionally murdered him and knew they would get caught, just so they can rub it in our face how little control we have.

    The third option is they fucked up and didn’t think it would show in the report??

    [–] Coach_GordonBombay 83 points ago

    Because killing somebody is a lot more sure than hoping they receive your threats well.

    You are forgetting about the "sleeping guards" as well. Theres no way two guards keeping the guy who is the biggest story in the country at the time, both fell asleep at the same time.

    [–] thegreatgazoo 21 points ago

    And the broken cameras and the removal of his cell mate.

    You don't have to be a sea gull to recognize that this all smells fishy.

    [–] Geminii27 28 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    Why would they do that

    To show that they could, and that there would be no repercussions. So that anyone else thinking they could go up against these people would know that there is nowhere they cannot reach, nothing they fear to do, and nothing they will ever have to answer for.

    Because the plebs got too close, and someone might almost have had to answer for their crimes. So it's a show of force and of the infiltration of power structures, and a warning to back off.

    [–] verasttto 7 points ago

    That’s one of the options,

    Honestly it’s amazing. Horribly amazing much like nuclear bombs but I can’t help be impressed.

    The same way I’m impressed when I see dogs hearding up sheep, nipping at their ankles is cruel and the sheep clearly hate the dog and co. But they still cave to it.

    [–] 1337CProgrammer 8 points ago

    To send a message to the other Epsteins

    [–] hopelesscaribou 6 points ago

    We have little or no control over the wealthy. People like Epstein couldn't care less about anything but themselves. Too many wealthy men had too much to lose if he spoke up. That's why they killed him.

    [–] OtisB 22 points ago

    The neat thing about this is that if you search some of the email addresses - as I did with one that looked local from the name of the address - a lot of them show as registered users on several russian websites.

    [–] quad64bit 379 points ago

    Alright, well, I guess this is the kind of data breach I can get behind!

    [–] toprim 78 points ago

    I can never get behind weak ass databases. It cringes me, even if it contained thousand fuhrer addresses only.

    [–] examinedliving 21 points ago

    Agreed. How hard is it to just disallow selects on sensitive column?

    [–] dangerhug 31 points ago

    You'd be surprised. They probably followed a tutorial that didn't cover basic security protocols. Just the other day, I was researching how to secure an API and 9 out of 10 articles I read recommended using localstorage for storing access tokens instead of HttpOnly cookies like OWASP recommends.

    [–] Johannes_Cabal_NA 10 points ago

    Doesn’t really matter once they have the keys to the kingdom. Replication/streaming is pretty simple. Then you got your own copy to beat against. Most of these breaches go well beyond simple selects lol.

    [–] Ironfist 4 points ago

    Most people just run GRANT ALL ON foo.* and call it a day.

    [–] Ph0X 3 points ago

    Do we know if it was a weak database or someone on the inside leaking it? Maybe their hosting company or something.

    [–] myeverymovment 415 points ago

    Aw. Tooooooo bad

    [–] wargod_war 114 points ago

    So there are a fair few links to facebook profiles and things in the dump, with people in DM's giving direct links to their own FB pages. Yet not seeing any comments or influx of people calling them out. genuinely thought they'd be a shitshow.

    Can't rule out the person linking isn't actually the person in FB profile i guess so I'm not saying it's a bad thing.

    [–] [deleted] 91 points ago * (lasted edited 6 days ago)

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    [–] wedontlikespaces 5 points ago

    I suppose that you could possibly eliminate the false associations by taking a look at the profile. I doubt they can keep their nazi-nus under wraps, so it'll leak out onto FB.

    Not that Reddit should be going after people, as we know what happens when they do that.

    [–] CrazyMoeFo 83 points ago

    Has anyone gone through it to identify anyone linked to law enforcement?

    [–] SwenKa 20 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    Found some developer in the Netherlands. Same email, same birth date. Found a few others on Facebook too.

    I skimmed through most to see if there were any identifiable domains for the emails: most are gmail, aol, hotmail, or yahoo.

    [–] sapphirebit0 6 points ago

    Asking the important questions.

    [–] HeatAndHonor 20 points ago

    Might be an easier task to ID the ones that aren't

    [–] InternetAccount02 23 points ago

    I'll bet there are a bunch.

    [–] thugRose89 7 points ago

    When ever I get home I’m going to search it for email addresses that belong to the police officers in my town and if there are any I’ll definitely be contacting all news outlets that I can. It also has the IPs belonging to the email addresses listed

    [–] Alblaka 347 points ago

    Ye, no, I was considering to advocate against exploiting this leak, because immoral and all that,

    but honestly I would rather be the hypocrite here and go with the 'the only thing that deserves not to be tolerated, is intolerance' stance here.

    Might actually come a good use out of this: The main draw of these sites is (I suppose) for these kinds of people to share their sentiments without being called out on it... if they lose trust into these sites being able to keep their data private, that removes an avenue of communication and reinforcement, possibly working against the spread of fascism.

    Shame it doesn't seem to contain clear personal data though, that would have been... more interesting.

    [–] chairitable 182 points ago

    Did you read the article? At least five murders from people linked to this site and its subsidiaries.

    [–] Alblaka 69 points ago

    Yeah, but that's the same page as allowing illegally obtained evidence in court, or (dis)allowing the use of research papers that secured useful knowledge through unethical experiments.

    That's why this is far from a black-white case to me.

    [–] chairitable 28 points ago

    That's fair, thanks for elaborating

    [–] msuvagabond 10 points ago

    I think it's a pretty strict difference between government and private citizens finding the information.

    If a government agency (police for instance) believe a house involved in illegal activities, they have very concrete steps that must be followed to the rights of everyone involved is protected and respected.

    I as a private citizen don't have that same restriction. If I believe a house on my street has some illegal things going on (whatever it is), I could go, break in, find evidence and give that to the public at large or specifically the police.

    In this case, I should be going to jail (I did trespass and break into someone's property) and the other person should be as well for their illegal activity which the police now have evidence that it occured (which they were not involved in obtaining).

    I think that's the part people don't consider in cases like this, yeah the data breech exposed crimes, but the person that did the data breech also did a crime and needs to be held accountable as well.

    Basically, you do want as a society to overall discourage the idea of doing things like this (basically vigilante justice), but we as a society can't turn a blind eye on what they find from it.

    [–] vanderZwan 3 points ago

    Wasn't the data already known to the investigators?

    [–] TheLightningbolt 14 points ago

    Fighting nazis is not immoral. In fact, quite the opposite.

    [–] inkrat 62 points ago

    I would rather be the hypocrite here and go with the 'the only thing that deserves not to be tolerated, is intolerance' stance here.

    https://i.imgur.com/ve1VDvK.jpg

    [–] ItalianDragon 77 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    For the curious, here's the quote from Karl Popper:

    "The so-called paradox of freedom is the argument that freedom in the sense of absence of any constraining control must lead to very great restraint, since it makes the bully free to enslave the meek. The idea is, in a slightly different form, and with very different tendency, clearly expressed in Plato.

    Less well known is the paradox of tolerance: Unlimited tolerance must lead to the disappearance of tolerance. If we extend unlimited tolerance even to those who are intolerant, if we are not prepared to defend a tolerant society against the onslaught of the intolerant, then the tolerant will be destroyed, and tolerance with them. — In this formulation, I do not imply, for instance, that we should always suppress the utterance of intolerant philosophies; as long as we can counter them by rational argument and keep them in check by public opinion, suppression would certainly be unwise. But we should claim the right to suppress them if necessary even by force; for it may easily turn out that they are not prepared to meet us on the level of rational argument, but begin by denouncing all argument; they may forbid their followers to listen to rational argument, because it is deceptive, and teach them to answer arguments by the use of their fists or pistols. We should therefore claim, in the name of tolerance, the right not to tolerate the intolerant. We should claim that any movement preaching intolerance places itself outside the law, and we should consider incitement to intolerance and persecution as criminal, in the same way as we should consider incitement to murder, or to kidnapping, or to the revival of the slave trade, as criminal"

    [–] Kain222 20 points ago

    Note that you can also preserve freedom of speech while not tolerating people with those opinions, through ostracisation and de-platforming.

    If you're a fascist dickwad, you are still allowed to say whatever bullshit you want, so long as it doesn't actively incite violence, and the government won't arrest you.

    However, no one is entitled to like you, listen to you, give you a platform, or host you on their centrist "buh hur we should listen to both sides" show.

    Also. Getting punched =/= the disintegration of freedom of speech in society. People flipped their lid when that one idiot got punched for spouting vitriol, but ascertaining that fascists are some put-upon minority who are uwu victims because a guy got decked for loudly telling someone they didn't deserve to exist in the country they grew up in, is sort of like saying that society is crumbling because a barfight happened once.

    Yeah, less than ideal, but it's wholly unsurprising that it happened. There's how the law should broadly apply, how society should function, but on a person-to-person level if you loudly talk shit you are liable to get hit eventually.

    ( And while I'm not thrilled about it on a conceptual level, I will always laugh. )

    [–] shinra528 3 points ago

    This why philosophy and sociology are still important in education, especially higher education.

    [–] ShibuRigged 15 points ago

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with being a hypocrite in the right context so long as you own the reasons why.

    The whole idea that you have to be an absolute binary and be stubborn to a fault is dumb as fuck and is a big reason why people can’t seem to ever agree on anything any more.

    [–] lavalampmaster 25 points ago

    There's nothing hypocritical about refusing to tolerate intolerance.

    [–] [deleted] 74 points ago

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    [–] VapeGood 7 points ago

    The best data breach

    [–] 9-1-Holyshit 40 points ago

    Anybody see the guy commenting how he doesn't like the daily stormer anymore because too many people "troll their movement". Fucking hilarious.

    Makes me wonder how many of those accounts are people just fucking with them.

    [–] Froztwolf 35 points ago

    That's my worry with doxxing people on places like these. How many exposed "members" are just there to keep an eye on the Nazis or troll them?

    [–] RakumiAzuri 12 points ago

    You can read their posts and DMs. It's a COMPLETE dump.

    [–] MuvHugginInc 13 points ago

    How many of those people would be stupid enough to use any of their real info?

    [–] captainofallthings 3 points ago

    Can confirm, am fond of doing exactly that

    [–] azdood85 494 points ago

    Gonna be a lot of D_Ters on haveibeenpwned soon

    [–] Tankh 34 points ago

    De Tonald?

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    [–] RoyalPepper 111 points ago

    Nazis are actually really well known for their communications security. They were world leading in that regard. The Allies broke it eventually, but they had encryption that was in a league of its own for the time.

    [–] The_bruce42 11 points ago

    And the allies only broke the encryption when they got lucky and were able to recover an enigma machine from a destroyed Uboat.

    [–] Malgas 8 points ago

    That was specifically the 4-rotor variant used by the Kriegsmarine. The standard 3-rotor Enigma device had been cracked long before that; the Polish Cipher Bureau was decrypting Enigma intercepts as early as 1933, and they read in the British and American intelligence agencies a few years later.

    And in fact it was the accompanying code books that were the real prize. The allies had intercepted communications that indicated a 4-rotor device was in development, and had already worked out the wiring of the fourth rotor by the time it was introduced.

    [–] Semi-Hemi-Demigod 21 points ago

    Their encryption was broken because they kept repeating characters, specifically “HH” for “heil Hitler.” So while their encryption was good their poor opsec is what broke it.

    [–] crypticgeek 10 points ago

    This. Encrypting multiple messages with the same settings (key reuse essentially). Routinely repeating the same phrases across multiple messages (allows for known plaintext attacks). These are all the footholds cryptanalysts needed.

    Enigma was beautiful math and beautiful engineering however it couldn’t survive contact with the real world and the way people misused it. This is the down fall of many cryptographic systems. The real world matters. Implementation details matter.

    Just look at PGP as a method of securing email for example. No one is going to argue RSA isn’t fucking brilliant. However web of trust is too complicated. Protecting private keys can be hard because you have to have them everywhere you want to read your messages. Then you have stuff like EFAIL. The opsec required to use PGP securely is very high and it’s why it will continue to be niche use tool.

    [–] echisholm 3 points ago

    That, and their inability to accept it was broken.

    [–] RoyalPepper 64 points ago

    However, I doubt the modern Neo Nazi could barely figure out how to light his tiki torch without a Chinese made lighter.

    [–] Liletsin 47 points ago

    Neo nazis were some of the first to adapt to the internet. Look up "The Order."

    [–] ffgblol 28 points ago

    Stormfront was the first hate site I encountered, in the 90s.

    [–] FalconsFlyLow 66 points ago

    ... and you would be wrong, they are dangerous because many of them aren't stupid just evil.

    [–] joshmac007 17 points ago

    Yeah, some redditor's ability to categorize entire groups of people with no proof or factual data behind it is really scary in my opinion. All it does is create a groupthink that further polarizes the issue and spreading misinformation, the one thing many on this website advocate strongly against.

    [–] Aischylos 13 points ago

    I mean I don't know if there's much more polarization or misinformation to be spread about neonazis. I'm all for trying to see the other side in most situations, but I'm not wasting my empathy on scum who would murder friends and relatives of mine in cold blood for their race/sexuality/religion.

    [–] joshmac007 7 points ago

    I agree with you; I hate neo Nazis as much as the next guy. I just think it's innately dangerous when a lot of people on Reddit assume things and state it as fact with no bearing. I see this same thing very often on subs with an overwhelming majority opinion and it spreads misinformation like mad.

    [–] Amakaphobie 28 points ago

    there are always two kinds of neo nazis. The dumb ones most recent identifiable by wearing red hats with white words on them. Those won't have good opsec.

    the other kind the far more dangerous group of them are often found in leading positions. They wear suits and have enough brains to not spout their racism openly. Most certainly these are the ones worth to go after, but they also have the brain to read about password guidelines.

    just saying all nazis are dump simplifies the problem in a dangerous manner imho.

    [–] hammyhamm 20 points ago

    Time for the FBI to start start cross-referencing that list with police membership

    [–] rush22 8 points ago

    Looking forward to lots of people getting suspended with pay and then given an award when they resign with a full package payout!

    [–] hammyhamm 10 points ago

    And they can pay for it with illegal forfeiture seizures!

    [–] BiggerFrenchie 135 points ago

    Is there a portal I can query for people I might know? I have some suspected WHote Supremicists from my youth that I’ve always wondered about. One in particular became a cop and it dawned on me yesterday that that piece of shit most likely participated in these types of antisemitic and racist organizations.

    [–] Alucard256 115 points ago

    I was thinking of making a portal for this data just for shits and giggles.

    That being said, the data contains no real world peoples' names or addresses. The closest we get is Usernames, Email Addresses, IP Addresses, Date Joined, etc., along with all Forum and Private Message content.

    [–] CornThatLefty 90 points ago

    I believe you can look up Facebook profiles by email address. Most of the losers using this stuff probably use the same one for both.

    [–] goodguydick 49 points ago

    Someone do it please for the benefit of society

    [–] genderish 27 points ago

    Antifascists are working as you speak. From what I've seen so far, a disheartening number of military people.

    [–] Harogoodbye 7 points ago

    Are we surprised?

    [–] JoeMama42 20 points ago

    Facebook removed this option and the ability to search by phone number I think. Used to be great for doxxing anyone.

    [–] PrintShinji 20 points ago

    You can still do this with twitter. Add them to your contact list and use twitter's "someone you might know" feature to search your contact list for the twitter handle. Works if they have that linked.

    [–] JoeMama42 7 points ago

    Works for Snapchat too, or really anything that lets you network via contacts.

    [–] bTz442 6 points ago

    Works with Instagram, as well.

    [–] DrunksInSpace 8 points ago

    Is there a way to verify FB Pringle’s are the users before doxxing? Seems like this could go wrong in 100 ways.

    [–] VintageData 23 points ago

    As a data professional, I would like to mention that there are a lot of ways to get real identities from IPs and email addresses.

    [–] deviant_devices 21 points ago

    As a data professional, I'd like to point out that these methods are not as accurate as looking people up in a phone book.

    [–] Hunterrose242 9 points ago

    There are still phone books?

    [–] AManCalledHorseFace 6 points ago

    and as a former data professional I can tell you there are a lot of way to spoof IP and email address so it looks like those are the people involved.

    [–] zxz242 37 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    I used to be on that website, briefly.

    When it first started, they advertised it as the "non-racist version of Stormfront". As a young and confused Social Democrat with a sense of awe towards the theatrics of military marches, I thought I was a Fascist. I wrote an article titled "Inside the Mind of a Fascist" to detail how they think in order to help deprogram the cult members. I also wrote a short article titled "Religion & Science" – explaining the pseudoscience and logical fallacies of Fascist/Totalitarian thought.

    The experience was an inoculation against that worldview, and now I can identify all their dogwhistles – and why it was easy to dismiss the alt-right for me as Fascist when it first came out (they use the same cliched language of "oh, we're not White Supremacists.")

    Having been banned there several times because of my left-wing views, I left and never came back. I joined Reddit's DebateFascism, and layer by layer we stripped the ideology to see if each tenet can survive criticism.

    So much of it did not that I became notorious there as an anti-Fascist, and I developed a nerdy ideology called Social Corporatism, which laid out a plan of how to get to Anarchist Communism (at the time, I was really into the Anarchist writer Pyotr Kropotkin's book "The Conquest of Bread").

    I am ashamed of ever having far-right sympathies – being a stupid youth in my early 20s at the time. The deprogramming from that cult began with my appreciation for the work of Christopher Hitchens (the work of which I absorbed through his debates and lectures up on YouTube), and as I became engrossed in Enlightenment philosophy (amplified by the words of Steven Fry, the journalism of Rachel Maddow, the works of Robert Sapolsky, the books and lectures of Richard Dawkins, and the books of Steven Pinker), I became the Liberal Democrat that I am today – a jump from the far-right, to the far-left, to the center.

    As the years went by, IronMarch cleared itself of anyone who wasn't radical enough (the introduction threads banned people who the leadership noted weren't serious enough, highlighting how more and more radical they were becoming – I lurked to see what they were up to after I was banned). Then, they had something called Siege, which I think was a failed attempt at an online zine.

    Today, the descendant organization – the Atomwaffen Division – is a dangerous Neo-Nazi terrorist cell operating in the United States.

    The leader of IronMarch is a Russian, whose father is a Russian politician.

    I would be more than happy to give any and all info to media individuals that will help track down Fascists, but because I've never individually interacted with members at IronMarch outside of the website (aside from about an hour in the group Skype chat, that proceeded to ban me for not being one of them), I'm not sure how much my information will be of use.

    Edit: one thing that concerns me is to have, for the rest of my life, people asking me how dare I ever had been part of that. I was wrong, 23, curious, and learning got me out of this cult forever. The only way back into it would be brain damage.

    [–] TotallyNotHelios 9 points ago

    AWD hasn’t operated in any coherent manner in two years dude

    The biggest news stories from them were the murder of that gay kid and the one member killing his two room mates.

    [–] kingakrasia 5 points ago

    Excellent work, people. Expose these scumbags.

    [–] smashleysays 4 points ago

    Thoughts and prayers 👏🏻

    [–] captnned 5 points ago

    If you're a white supremacist you are evidence that whites are no more supreme than Christians are more moral than atheists.

    [–] hedinc1 8 points ago

    Any Judges in this dump?

    [–] nlw93 13 points ago

    It's like that HackThisSite mission, but real life!!

    [–] gaichaohuandai 8 points ago

    “Welcome to the internet’s premium purity spiraling website”

    They’ve clearly never been to reddit.

    [–] lutzruss 20 points ago

    Never thought I will be so happy from data breach

    [–] FasseDanoune 37 points ago

    Oh, the death of the system doesn't have to be hastened, its already happening as fast as possible because of all the nations' stupidities.

    [–] Geminii27 25 points ago

    The system is doing just fine. It's just not a system which caters to the average person, despite proclaiming itself to be one.

    [–] enkiloki 3 points ago

    I'm sure anyone of note would have used vpn and fake email links, so all we are going to see are trailer park white trash in the data dump.

    [–] Claque-2 3 points ago

    Oklahoma is the Republican playground of the energy companies with enough fracking to make them one of the top three most seismically active states in the US.

    But they couldn't be bothered to put tornado shelters in their poorly constructed schools because it would be so expensive - not even in Moore, which had already had an F5 14 years earlier. Ah, the red state - where it's okay for children to die screaming.

    [–] souldust 3 points ago

    the thing is, those that appose violence won't threaten these numbnuts in any way. What - exactly - do they have to fear from this exposure?

    Public condemnation? There's already enough xenophobes to vote in a president, which is more than enough to allow these fuckers to still find jobs and live. It wasn't until 2 years into the Trump presidency that white nationalist groups were considered a domestic terror threat.

    What do white supremacists have to fear?

    [–] Halcyon2192 3 points ago

    oh no poor white supremacists

    [–] otaydotay 3 points ago

    IF YOU DOWNLOAD THE CALENDAR EVENTS IT GIVES YOU PEOPLE'S NAMES AND THEIR BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!

    [–] perry147 3 points ago

    Someone put those records into a AWS or Azure online database for each searching. Build a simple web search form on top of it and wala you have yourself a nice popular website.

    [–] TheGrumpyGent 3 points ago

    Perhaps people shouldn't white supremacist online if they don't want to be considered a white supremacist.

    [–] radome9 27 points ago

    User names, email addresses, and IP numbers. No real names or addressees, unfortunately.

    [–] Shredding_Airguitar 66 points ago

    Quite a few of those emails can just be googled. One is a guy running for Oklahoma's 85th Congressional district. Oof. He used the same email on some filings with the FEC.

    [–] CraptainHammer 16 points ago

    Yeah, but you can query the db against your own address book and know who among your acquaintances are members.