Anonymous Is Now Attacking The Klan’s Web Sites
[su_right_ad]Late last week, a Missouri-based Ku Klux Klan group issued death threats against activists who might show up to demonstrate in support of justing in the matter of Michael Brown, a young man killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.
This raised the hackles (no pun intended) of the loose online collective Anonymous, who essentially declared cyberwar against
America’s oldest terrorist group the white supremacist hate group. On Saturday, they began revealing the identities of the hood-loving “invisible empire” members online. Yesterday, they humiliated the pointyheaded purveyors of partitionist pique by answering their Twitter taunts with an outright takeover of two Klan-tied Twitter accounts.
Because now, Anonymous is disrupting the racist regressives’ Web presence.
Over the wekend, Anonymous managed to knock the web site of the Traditionist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (the apparent KKK splinter cell from whom the above-cited death threats emerged) offline. The site eventually does come up in a “zombie” cached version from a cloud backup service.
By the early morning hours of Monday, kkk.com, uwkkk.com, and americanheritagecommittee.com were among the sites that Anonymous had taken offline or made unavailable.
Late this morning, Twitter posts indicated that they had disabled or disrupted other domains including serpentfront.com and kingidentity.com.
And just before 10amEST, they managed to shut down arguably the most popular and supposedly best-protected white supremacist social hub on the Web.
— #OpKKK (@OperationKKK) November 17, 2014
[su_thin_right_skyscraper_ad]Horrors! Where will all those White ‘Murrican hateriots go now to discuss how oppressed they are because they can’t issue death threats with complete impunity against those gross minority types? It just breaks the heart.