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    Farmers’ Markets Have New Unwelcome Guests: Fascists

    At Bloomington, Indiana’s weekend farmers' market, shoppers can stock up on kale, fresh eggs, homemade jams—and anti-Nazi accessories.

    “Don’t Buy Veggies From Nazis,” read a pile of colorful buttons at a recent Saturday farmers’ market.

    The buttons were a jab at Sarah Dye and Douglas Mackey, proprietors of Schooner Creek Farm, a vegetable farm. Like other unassuming stallholders at the market, Dye and Mackey sell eggs and seasonal vegetables.

    But online, Dye is “Volkmom,” an active member of the white supremacist group Identity Evropa, according to leaked chat logs. “Volk” is a nod to the Nazis’ back-to-the-land völkisch movement.

    “Any Whites who have spent time living in a neighborhood or attending a school with a non-white majority know the strife that Whites endure,” Dye wrote in an Identity Evropa chat in January. “I can attest to it myself.” She also wrote of trying to win over a family member by showing videos from a white supremacist channel.

    After the couple’s connections came to light, Bloomington locals campaigned to oust the couple from their weekend stall at the city’s farmers’ market.

    The farmers’ market face-off isn’t not the first of its kind. From Chicago to Sweden, farmers’ markets have become a surprising battleground between the far right and its opponents. The far right’s love of the markets plays into a larger fascist talking point that idealizes pastoral life and demonizes “degenerate” urban living. The contrast attempts to cast white supremacy as a purer alternative.

    “A bunch of us have been passing out flyers at the farmers’ market to say ‘don’t put your money in white supremacy,’” Abby Ang, a Bloomington community organizer, told The Daily Beast.

    Across hundreds of posts in chat rooms for Identity Evropa and other far-right groups, Dye discussed her dislike for living in areas that were not majority-white, and her search for “non-PC history books” to read to her homeschooled children, including a “history of the White race” by a former leader of a neo-Nazi group. Many of the posts were in a private chat room specifically for Identity Evropa members who have passed a vetting process.

    Dye and Mackey did not return a request for comment, and have not spoken to media since Dye’s posts came to light, although they put out a fundraising call on their website. “We have recently been the target of radical leftists/extremists in their attempt to destroy our livelihood and reputation,” they claimed.

    The couple has made contact with a pair of alleged extremists—but not on the left.

    Last summer, another Indiana couple spray-painted Nazi flags on the side of a local synagogue and lit a fire nearby. (They originally planned to use Drano bombs to burn the entire building, prosecutors allege.) The couple were Nolan Brewer and his then-underage wife, dues-paying members of Identity Evropa, Brewer told an FBI agent in an interview. Brewer was recently convicted and sentenced in the incident.

    Brewer told investigators that in the weeks after vandalizing the synagogue, he and his wife had dinner with other Identity Evropa members. Brewer only identified three by name: Mackey, Dye (whom he also identified as Volkmom), and someone named Steve.

    “They’re extremely nice,” Brewer said of Dye and Mackey, according to the FBI.

    White supremacists don’t always dress in Klan robes or jackboots. Some, like the set that orbits Identity Evropa (now renamed the American Identity Movement, likely to distance itself from involvement in 2017’s deadly Unite the Right rally), try to break into the mainstream with more wholesome outward appearances.

    At least one prominent YouTuber who made videos about farming recently announced himself as a white supremacist.

    “I've been far-right ethno-nationalist since about 2014,” ChuckE2009, told his more than 500,000 followers in a recent video, where he praised the man accused of murdering 51 people in a New Zealand mosque.

    The phenomenon is international. Speaking to the New York Times about neo-Nazi recruitment in Sweden last year, scholar Helene Loow said Nordic Nazis make organic eating a cornerstone of their ideology.

    “I have hardly met anyone from these movements, neither the old ones nor the young ones, who are not serving me organic food, and lecturing me about the dangers of fast food, the dangers of McDonald’s,” Loow told the Times, stressing the groups’ presence at local farmers’ markets.

    “When people meet them in real life, they are not their media image. People get surprised. They are nice, they are talkative, they offer you a lot of good food.”

    Bloomington’s “farmers’ market does have a reputation of being a white space,” Ang said. “The idea that, at your friendly farmers’ market, there could be a white supremacist, is not really all that surprising to me, but it was shocking to a lot of people.”

    Polite appearances are beside the point, these groups’ opponents say.

    “They can speak and think whatever they wish, and we can't stop them,” Joseph Varga, a labor studies professor at the nearby Indiana University, Bloomington told The Daily Beast.

    “We are very concerned with actions. White supremacy is not just a set of ideas, it is a series of actions. The group Sarah and Doug associate with, Identity Europa, are a white separatist organization. Their goal of racial, ethnic, and religious segregation, shared by white supremacist, fascist, and Klan groups, can only be achieved through political violence against marginalized groups.”

    In other farmers’ markets across the country, those violent implications are more open. A butcher stall that recently rotated through farmers’ markets outside D.C. lists its principal agent as a metal musician who has performed in front of swastikas and has defended anti-Semitism and fascism in interviews. (The company’s website went dark this summer, shortly before or around the time anti-fascists online noted the stand’s connection to Nazism.)

    Last summer, Chicago’s Logan Square farmers’ market became a hotbed for far-right recruitment, after multiple white supremacists groups were caught posting their flyers. Locals caught a man passing out Identity Evropa flyers at the market, in a bid to recruit neighbors there, Book Club Chicago reported. Patriot Front, a violent squad that spun off of the neo-Nazi group Charlottesville murderer James Fields marched with, also flyered Logan Square.

    A third set of flyers with a white supremacist meme also cropped up around the market at the same time, prompting a counter-flyering campaign by local leftists who put up signs warning of white supremacists in the area.

    “People who wanted to go about their daily lives certainly felt harassed,” a representative for Chicago Antifascists told The Daily Beast. “Farmers' market visitors wanted groceries, not some white nationalists throwing a temper tantrum about creating an ethnostate. It was unfortunate because attendees didn't know the names of the people ruining their farmers' market.”

    Since then, the media collective Unicorn Riot has published extensive leaked white supremacist chat logs, revealing the identities of at least one person flyering the market. “Later that year, since the farmers market vendor and attendee community made it clear that Identity Evropa/American Identity Movement was not welcome, the white nationalists moved on to other areas of the city,” the Chicago Antifascists spokesperson said.

    But in places like Bloomington, it’s not always clear to activists how to de-Nazify a farmer’s market. Despite a Facebook post by Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton condemning white supremacy, and a series of community meetings, “the city seems to be trying to figure out what to do,” Ang said.

    Right now, the city’s farmers’ market contract does not appear to bar vendors for involvement in hate groups, as long as that activity does not occur at the market, Hamilton said.

    “The City will not tolerate any vendor displays or behaviors at the market inconsistent with that fundamentally welcoming environment,” he wrote in his statement. “On the other hand, we must also comply with the US Constitution’s First Amendment, which prohibits governments from restricting individuals’ rights to believe and speak as they choose, within very wide ranges, including those who sell at (or attend) a City-run farmers market.”

    Vargas said he’d rather Schooner Creek Farm close its stall as a result of a boycott, rather than government action.

    “I would much prefer that the collective actions of citizens force them to give up their space,” he said. “The use of an economic boycott (Don't Buy Veggies from Nazis) and public pressure is my preference.”

    While the city deliberates, locals like Ang plan to keep handing out “Don’t Buy Veggies from Nazis” buttons in the market. But those activists know there’s a risk. On multiple recent weekends, Schooner Creek Farm supporters passed out flyers of their own at the farmers’ market.

    “We had a couple people counter-flyering,” Ang said, “saying we were just defaming [Dye and Mackey’s] good name.”

    Since penning an open letter condemning Schooner Creek Farm this spring, Ang has received an email with racial slurs, and had her picture posted on the troll hotbed 8chan, along with suggestions of violence against her, she said.

    “It’s been a little bit nerve-wracking,” she said. As with Dye and Mackey before their affiliations came to light, “you don’t know who these people are.”

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    “We are very concerned with actions. White supremacy is not just a set of ideas, it is a series of actions. The group Sarah and Doug associate with, Identity Europa, are a white separatist organization. Their goal of racial, ethnic, and religious segregation, shared by white supremacist, fascist, and Klan groups, can only be achieved through political violence against marginalized groups.”

    Bullshit.

    *I* am a separatist. The fact that I’m white is immaterial. I believe that if blacks, Mexicans, Asians, or any ethnic group, want to live in homogeneous communities, they should have that right, AS LONG AS they all follow the law. (I’m referring to muzloid “no-go” zones.) If the government stayed out of it, these communities would develop naturally, and there would be no violence. But no, the bloodsucking government inserts itself where it’s not wanted (“we're from the government and we’re here to help you”) and things go awry.

    Allow people to associate with whomever they please, and in whatever manner they choose. Problem solved.

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    If peeps want to buy their veggies, OK.

    If they don't, OK.

    Let the free market decide.
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    Interesting that they never target black separatists, asian separatists, or mexican separatists! Hell, even us natives (skins) tend to be separatists simply because we don't want to listen to stereotypical asinine questions that are propagated by Hollywood.
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millwright View Post
    At Bloomington, Indiana’s weekend farmers' market, shoppers can stock up on kale, fresh eggs, homemade jams—and anti-Nazi accessories.

    “Don’t Buy Veggies From Nazis,” read a pile of colorful buttons at a recent Saturday farmers’ market.

    The buttons were a jab at Sarah Dye and Douglas Mackey, proprietors of Schooner Creek Farm, a vegetable farm. Like other unassuming stallholders at the market, Dye and Mackey sell eggs and seasonal vegetables.

    But online, Dye is “Volkmom,” an active member of the white supremacist group Identity Evropa, according to leaked chat logs. “Volk” is a nod to the Nazis’ back-to-the-land völkisch movement.
    I find the buttons and their use to be offensive, but then this is how communists think. Who leaked her chat logs? Did she open her yap to the wrong person or did someone local to her decided that she needed to be doxxed?
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millwright View Post
    White supremacy is not just a set of ideas, it is a series of actions.
    Like black supremacy and brown supremacy.
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    I'd buy from them to support them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bw View Post
    Like black supremacy and brown supremacy.
    Or ANY form of supremacy!
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Yeah well. Your public political persona can affect your business. And that's a surprise?

    Stay anonymous on the interweb, and keep your politics private if you are a business person and don't want to annoy 50% of your customer base. Your choice.

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    Across hundreds of posts in chat rooms for Identity Evropa and other far-right groups, Dye discussed her dislike for living in areas that were not majority-white, and her search for “non-PC history books” to read to her homeschooled children, including a “history of the White race” by a former leader of a neo-Nazi group. Many of the posts were in a private chat room specifically for Identity Evropa members who have passed a vetting process.


    So, she got outed in that sites' version of the Bomb Shelter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlfaMan View Post
    Across hundreds of posts in chat rooms for Identity Evropa and other far-right groups, Dye discussed her dislike for living in areas that were not majority-white, and her search for “non-PC history books” to read to her homeschooled children, including a “history of the White race” by a former leader of a neo-Nazi group. Many of the posts were in a private chat room specifically for Identity Evropa members who have passed a vetting process.


    So, she got outed in that sites' version of the Bomb Shelter?
    Possibly even more private than the BS.

    The new software has a PM function that allows for more than one person to join a conversation, if invited.

    Sounds like somebody spent time infiltrating.
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    How about they collectively don't sell food or any products to Social Justice Warriors and or Antifa members or supporters. Yes it can go both ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Publius View Post
    How about they collectively don't sell food or any products to Social Justice Warriors and or Antifa members or supporters. Yes it can go both ways.
    Yes yes, YES.

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    A preference for White culture, White friends, and White neighbors is not White "Supremacy."

    Identity Europa is not White Supremacist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    “We are very concerned with actions. White supremacy is not just a set of ideas, it is a series of actions. The group Sarah and Doug associate with, Identity Europa, are a white separatist organization. Their goal of racial, ethnic, and religious segregation, shared by white supremacist, fascist, and Klan groups, can only be achieved through political violence against marginalized groups.”

    Bullshit.

    *I* am a separatist. The fact that I’m white is immaterial. I believe that if blacks, Mexicans, Asians, or any ethnic group, want to live in homogeneous communities, they should have that right, AS LONG AS they all follow the law. (I’m referring to muzloid “no-go” zones.) If the government stayed out of it, these communities would develop naturally, and there would be no violence. But no, the bloodsucking government inserts itself where it’s not wanted (“we're from the government and we’re here to help you”) and things go awry.

    Allow people to associate with whomever they please, and in whatever manner they choose. Problem solved.
    Agree... 100%

    side note... slight drift:

    The couple were Nolan Brewer and his then-underage wife
    WTF is an underage wife in western culture?

    I had close friends... one of which is still alive... who were married at a very young age. The mother (still alive) was 13 years old when her first daughter was born. They were happily married 65+ years when the husband died last year.

    WTF does the age of someone's wife have to do with their political leanings?

    rant/drift/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faroe View Post
    A preference for White culture, White friends, and White neighbors is not White "Supremacy."

    Identity Europa is not White Supremacist.
    BZZZZZT!

    WRONG!!!

    If you are white, you are a white supremacist. (in their ideology)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hognutz View Post
    I'd buy from them to support them.
    - AND - I'd do it whether I needed what they were selling or not!
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    Legal scholars, activist discuss farmers’ market legal issues, inclusivity
    By Ellen Hine
    Published Jul 11, 2019 10:53 pm

    https://www.idsnews.com/article/2019...es-inclusivity

    From left to right, Abby Ang, Jeannine Bell, Dan Conkle and Jane Henegar wait to speak June 11 in City Hall. The four spoke on a panel about potential legal issues for the Bloomington Community Farmers' Market regarding allegations that a market vendor is run by white supremacists. Ellen Hine Buy Photos


    Schooner Creek Farm was never mentioned by name at a Thursday night panel to discuss potential legal issues for removing a vendor from the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market. Still, it was clear throughout the panel which vendor was in question.

    The panel was the latest in a series of responses to a letter sent to the farmers’ market in June alleging the owners of Schooner Creek Farm, Sarah Dye and Douglas Mackey, were members of the white supremacist group Identity Evropa. The over-200 cosigners demanded the farmers’ market remove Schooner Creek Farm.

    As Bloomington director of public engagement and the panel’s moderator, Mary Catherine Carmichael, introduced the panel, she said the market was a community asset.

    “It’s wholly appropriate that we wish to protect this asset from any threats to its success and continue to work to improve it,” Carmichael said.

    The farmers’ market has maintained it cannot remove vendors for their personal beliefs because it would violate their First Amendment rights. Several attendees at a June 17 Farmers’ Market Advisory Council meeting challenged this position, discussing how the state of Virginia had fired two police officers for their ties to white supremacist groups.

    If that meeting was for Bloomington citizens to share their concerns, Thursday’s panel was for them to ask questions. Carmichael asked questions that had been aggregated from comments from previous public meetings and emails submitted to the city, and attendees submitted handwritten questions on index cards.

    Panelists included Abby Ang, an IU Ph.D. student who sent the Schooner Creek Farm letter, Jeannine Bell, an IU Maurer School of Law professor who specializes in hate crimes, Dan Conkle, a Maurer School of Law professor emeritus and an adjunct professor of religious studies, and Jane Henegar, the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana.

    The panel answered a wide range of questions about the city’s responsibilities under the First Amendment and addressing hate speech and racism in Bloomington. Ang said she was encouraged by the bigger conversations people are having about inclusivity at the market.

    “This issue is far beyond just this one vendor at the market,” she said.

    Bell said while most First Amendment discussions assume everyone will reasonably listen to each other’s ideas, she said extremists will not engage in an exchange of ideas.

    “They’re set entirely in what they think about me and people who look like me, and they don’t want any exchange,” Bell said. “So much for the marketplace of ideas.”

    Bell, Conkle and Henegar agreed the city could not legally remove a vendor for its beliefs or affiliation with hate groups. Henegar said if a municipality tried to remove vendors for their beliefs, it could face a lawsuit from the ACLU.

    In response, Ang asked what the city would do to combat racism within the Bloomington community. Carmichael also asked what responsibility a city has to make public spaces feel safe.

    Henegar said increased physical security at the market might not make people feel safer.

    “First of all, we, the ACLU, always want to remind government to be mindful of the effects of over-policing or even tipping into militarization,” Henegar said.

    Instead, Bell suggested the city could talk with vendors individually about their experiences and safety.

    Henegar said the city could send in testers to the market to observe conditions, similar to those used to investigate violations of the Fair Housing Act.

    Both Paula McDevitt, director of the Parks and Recreation Department, and Beverly Calender-Anderson, director of the Community and Family Resources Department, said their departments would be holding future events to discuss issues of inclusivity.

    McDevitt said the Farmers’ Advisory Council had also created a new “Broadening Inclusion” subcommittee to address citizens’ questions and concerns.

    Other questions took on matters of privacy, such as why the market does not allow anonymous complaints against vendors. Ang said some people feel uncomfortable sharing their experiences since farming communities can be tight-knit and suggested a third-party for complaints.

    “I think this town can get pretty gossipy,” Ang said. “I can assume that people would be afraid it would get around, and then they’ll be ostracized for that.”

    The panel discussed the legality of people recording or taking pictures in a public place. Some protesters expressed concerns at the June 17 meeting about being recorded by the Schooner Creek Farm vendors and their supporters.

    While it is legal to record or take pictures in a public space, Bell said city workers at the farmers’ market can let people recording know they are making others uncomfortable.

    One audience member asked why Nazi propaganda is protected under the First Amendement.

    “Lies are protected by the First Amendment,” Bell said. “Strange but true.”

    Conkle said in other Western countries, hate speech is illegal. However, many court cases in the United States have protected offensive speech.

    “In the American system, we have — I think it’s fair to say, for right or for wrong — the almost radical protection of speech, including speech that most people regard as highly offensive,” he said.

    The final question asked how people can effectively respond to extremism. Bell said she thinks many assumed white supremacy was not an issue before the 2016 presidential election. To combat extremism, she suggested organizing against it and voting in elections.

    Henegar said fighting extremism requires consistent vigilance.

    “We can’t censor it, but we can fight it,” she said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlfaMan View Post
    Across hundreds of posts in chat rooms for Identity Evropa and other far-right groups, Dye discussed her dislike for living in areas that were not majority-white, and her search for “non-PC history books” to read to her homeschooled children, including a “history of the White race” by a former leader of a neo-Nazi group. Many of the posts were in a private chat room specifically for Identity Evropa members who have passed a vetting process.


    So, she got outed in that sites' version of the Bomb Shelter?
    Quote Originally Posted by Millwright View Post
    Possibly even more private than the BS.

    The new software has a PM function that allows for more than one person to join a conversation, if invited.

    Sounds like somebody spent time infiltrating.
    Her computer or most probably her cell phone (as that's how many people access the internet these days) may have been hacked remotely and she never knew she was being doxxed. If you're out in public never stay logged into a site like TBK or hell even a porn site, as you have no clue as to who is watching and listening. And the equipment to used to gain access to someone's phone is cheap and easily purchased over the internet.

    That said I'd be investigating to find out who doxxed her if it was me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by packyderms_wife View Post
    Or ANY form of supremacy!
    Including "social supremacy."

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    So, from the folks who promote identity politics, are only in favor of it for some identities?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millwright View Post
    If peeps want to buy their veggies, OK.

    If they don't, OK.

    Let the free market decide.
    “Don’t Buy Veggies From Nazis,” read a pile of colorful buttons at a recent Saturday farmers’ market.
    I'm somewhat of a defiant person. If I were at that Farmer's Market, I would go to the colorful button table and I would tell the people there that I would never buy anything from them, I'd only buy from the Nazis just to shove it back at them. That's just me, I don't allow people to tell me who and what to buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homepark View Post
    So, from the folks who promote identity politics, are only in favor of it for some identities?
    Yes. As Dobbin said "social supremacy" and social supremacy only!
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WalknTrot View Post
    Yeah well. Your public political persona can affect your business. And that's a surprise?

    Stay anonymous on the interweb, and keep your politics private if you are a business person and don't want to annoy 50% of your customer base. Your choice.
    I agree with that. Ever heard of Nextdoor? One requirement is to give your name. How stupid is that? I have 2 accounts, both with fake names. The liberals on Nextdoor give their names. Kind of a hobbie mine, but I look up there name on the Superior Court records and see if they're a felon. Surprising the things you find out. Two of the liberals have been arrested for DUI. I think they're drinking and posting at the same time cuz they come up with some real crazy $hit.
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    They'd better be careful how they handle this. The flyers and buttons could be legal proof of a conspiracy to discriminate against these people economically, because of their beliefs. It's bad enough JPM chooses to not do business with F/A companies and they can get away with it.

    But the best weapon here is going to be a lawsuit, alleging political discrimination I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacajawea View Post
    They'd better be careful how they handle this. The flyers and buttons could be legal proof of a conspiracy to discriminate against these people economically, because of their beliefs. It's bad enough JPM chooses to not do business with F/A companies and they can get away with it.

    But the best weapon here is going to be a lawsuit, alleging political discrimination I think.

    This^^^

    That said I'm still wondering who doxxed her and how they doxxed her!
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packyderms_wife View Post
    Her computer or most probably her cell phone (as that's how many people access the internet these days) may have been hacked remotely and she never knew she was being doxxed. If you're out in public never stay logged into a site like TBK or hell even a porn site, as you have no clue as to who is watching and listening. And the equipment to used to gain access to someone's phone is cheap and easily purchased over the internet.

    That said I'd be investigating to find out who doxxed her if it was me!
    It's not even that complicated, the logs were taken from Discord, a popular served-based chat service, some 770,000 messages from Identify Evropa's Discord servers was conveniently leaked to Unicorn Riot...much in the same way chatlogs from other Discord servers have been leaked in the past. Social media websites, hosting services, messaging service and tech companies have been reported to be providing member details, chat logs, and other information to various Regressive "news" outlets. The article mentions Unicorn Riot, which is claimed to be a "media collective", when in reality it's an Leftist propaganda arm and operation crowd funded as a 501(c)(3) with the mission to dox anyone that doesn't agree with Regressive ideology.

  29. #29
    If they had what I wanted at prices I like I'd buy from em.

    Besides,

    I just like frustrating lefties every chance I get.

    At this point in time I"m moving towards the idea that a white nation run by european whites and kick the rest out would probably result in them becoming the dominate nation on earth, kinda like america used to be before political correctness and inclusion of all the rot trash of the rest of the world.
    Dosadi

    III


    My family & clan are my country.

  30. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by packyderms_wife View Post
    Or ANY form of supremacy!
    any group that doesn't teach that their people are the best, are infected with cancer.

    There is nothing wrong with believing your people are the best. It's natural and healthy. What we need to teach is true tolerance for people who are different from us.

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