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Tue Sep 5, 2017, 09:38 AM

Monitoring NeoNazis On the "Discord" Online Chat Forum

I won't access this "Discord" chat forum, but I encourage anyone here to do so if they can.

Unicorn Riot, a video journalist who covered NO-DAPL, got an anonymous tip on Discord's neoNazi activities. Apologies if this seems late, but it's his most recent posting.

Over the group gaming chat platform Discord, representatives from various fascist organizations were working together on a daily basis to plan for Charlottesville while also using the platform to conduct outreach and recruit on a national scale.

Neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups in the chat logs include Vanguard America, Identity Europa, the Traditionalist Worker Party, League of the South and Anticom, as well as many local “book clubs” formed by followers of the hate site Daily Stormer...

many neo-Nazi groups still rely on the platform for daily planning and recruiting activities...

I'd like to think that the FBI and Southern Poverty Law Center, the source of FBI data on hate groups, are also monitoring this and other neoNazi online sites.

I post this today because Americans are still calling anti-fascists terrorists, when their preventive obstructions and direct actions are defensive only. The fascists are trying to work their way into mainstream politics, and the only way to stop them is to confront them, doxx them, take them to court and jail (thank you, ACLU and SPLC) as the traitors they are.

I hope, as Rachel Maddow continues to examine fascism in U.S. history, that she includes anti-fascist successes.


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