The much publicized and long awaited list of alleged KKK members finds daylight on the fifth of November as Anonymous keeps its word on publicly outing the extremist racist group.
Online activist collective Anonymous has been on a crusade to reveal members of the Ku Klux Klan after taking up the cause during the racially-charged background of last year’s shooting of Michael Brown, a teenager by a police officer Darren Wilson. On November 14, 2014, #OpKKK was born to take on the Ku Klux Klan, which was, at the time, threatening protestors during the Ferguson riots with “lethal force.”
Nearly a year later, Anonymous has now released a list compiled of alleged members of [...]
A member of Anonymous named Anon99, who claims to have been part of the group since its early days, has come out asking for a cease fire to a recent bout of in-fighting which he believes threatens the group’s future.
The anonymous writer has been blogging about the group’s interests rather irregularly since 2012. Last week he or she wrote a post entitled “How to Destroy Anonymous.” The writer detailed how they’d come to know of the group, and mentioned that they were an activist for years before the group started its antics around the time of the Occupy movement. Anonymous itself is a concept that precedes Occupy by some time, having originated on [...]
Anonymous has made good on its threat to expose KKK members on the internet to reveal phone numbers and emails of alleged KKK members.
Activist collective Anonymous has long had a feud with members of the radical Ku Klux Klan. There is a history there. Recently, Anonymous threatened to dox a thousand members of the KKK, unhooding them publicly in cyberspace.
Explaining their actions, Anonymous said:
We are not attacking you (the KKK) because of what you believe in as we fight for freedom of speech, we are attacking you because of what you do to our brothers and sisters.
The KKK often claim to have thousands of members who stay anonymous, ironically, due to [...]
In commemoration of the Ferguson protests that began last year on November 24th, Anonymous has announced its intentions to publicly identify 1,000 Ku Klux Klan members on the 24th of November. The 24th of November is the day the Grand Jury in St. Louis came back with a decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, who many believe wrongfully shot and killed a teenager named Michael Brown earlier in the year. At the time, President Obama told the country, “We need to accept that this decision was the Grand Jury’s to make.”
But Anonymous and perhaps millions of Americans do not agree. They saw the slaying of Michael Brown as one more notch in the belt of a criminal justice [...]