In what could be a devastating blow to the marauding masked thugs of ANTIFA, a list of personal and social media information on thousands has been compiled and was posted online.
This is not good news for the left and the ANTIFA apologists in the media who have failed to call out the violent black-clad goon squads that continually show up at pro-Trump events and use the same intimidation tactics as Hitler’s infamous Sturmabteilung to shut down the First Amendment rights of Americans and their ability to engage in political activities.
According to reports from left-wing propaganda website
ButtFeed BuzzFeed, the list was accumulated by members of the 4Chan community which has been labeled as chockful of white supremacists, Nazis, anti-Semites and worse.
The hysterical manner in which this is being reported shows that what has functioned basically as a paramilitary arm of the Democratic party is now being outed in great numbers, it is the equivalent of ripping their masks off.
— The Hill (@thehill) September 22, 2017
Supporters of President Trump have compiled a list containing personal information on thousands of people they believe are either opposed to Trump or associated with left-wing “anti-fascist” or “antifa” groups.
The list, reported by BuzzFeed, has been circulated and added to on the internet since at least April. The list, which began on 4Chan’s controversial /Pol/ board as a loose collection of names, phone numbers, addresses and social media accounts of Trump critics, has since grown into an organized document spread across the internet.
The list has also been posted on text repository site Pastebin. Several versions of the list appear to have been removed either by moderators of /Pol/, a haven for white supremacist and anti-Semitic material, or Pastebin.
Pastebin did not immediately return The Hill’s request for comment.
Trump supporters quietly built a massive list with the personal information of thousands of people https://t.co/PRv41rtZPA
— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) September 21, 2017
The list began traveling the dark corners of the internet around April as a scattered collection of names, addresses, phone numbers, and social media accounts. It’s now a massive organized database of thousands of people.
On Thursday, a 4chan user linked to a massive pastebin document in a thread called “ANTIFA GETS DOXXED.”
The pastebin file has been traveling around the internet since at least April. It started as a scattered collection of names, phone numbers, addresses, and social media accounts of about 3,000 people — and now, months later, it’s grown into a massive organized database of apparently thousands more.
Normally this humble author wouldn’t recommend BuzzFeed as a reputable source simply because it is crap – remember the 35-page PeeGate dossier – but this is a very well-presented article with plenty of screenshots so it can be read HERE. Check it out!
In reality, doxxing has been used by ANTIFA along with it’s more mainstream liberal allies to get people who show up at events that may include controversial figures and views fired from their jobs. It’s a pretty lousy and cowardly thing to do but it works.
Looks like the shoe is on the other foot now.
It’s #4 on Saul Alinsky’s list of “Rules for Radicals”:
“Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.” If the rule is that every letter gets a reply, send 30,000 letters. You can kill them with this because no one can possibly obey all of their own rules.
If there were laws to prevent masked troublemakers from inciting violence or a formal declaration that ANTIFA is indeed a domestic terror organization this would not even be necessary but anything that outs these fanatics can’t be a bad thing despite what the hand-wringers in the media think as they rush to have the lists removed from Pastebin and other sites.
The database could also provide a useful tool to law enforcement if the restraints are removed and they are turned loose on this anti-American terrorist filth.