Daten von “#IronMarch” im Netz – So schrieben Deutsche im wichtigsten #Neonazi-Forum – #leak #dump #awd #atomwaffen #hack #terror

Nicht mehr im Netz: Das Forum “IronMarch” sah sich selbst als Planet des Hasses und Brutstätte von Faschisten. Jetzt sind die Daten und die Nachrichten geleakt worden. Nicht mehr im Netz: Das Forum “IronMarch” sah sich selbst als Planet des Hasses und Brutstätte von Faschisten. Jetzt sind die Daten und die Nachrichten geleakt worden. Die Internetseite galt als Brutstätte von Neonazi-Terrorgruppen: Jetzt ist die Datenbank des Forums von Hackern erbeutet und veröffentlicht worden. Auch Deutsche könnten enttarnt werden. (…) In den Daten enthalten sind alle von September 2011 bis September 2017 angelegten Benutzernamen mit E-Mail- und IP-Adressen sowie private Nachrichten und Forenbeiträge aus den letzten Monaten des Forums. Insgesamt enthält der Datensatz Informationen zu 3.548 Nutzerprofilen. Wer hinter der Veröffentlichung steckt, ist bisher unklar. In dem Forum bildete sich die vor allem in den USA auftretende “Atomwaffen Division”, von der bereits etliche Mitglieder wegen Morden, Gewaltverbrechen und Terrorplänen verhaftet wurden. Der Gründer verbreitete auf der Internetseite unter dem Namen “Odin” eine lange Anleitung zum paramilitärischen Kampf. Auch aus anderen Ländern fanden militante Neonazigruppen dort eine Plattform und vernetzten sich untereinander. (…) In dem Forum schrieben deutsche Nutzer aber vom Kampf, vom “Tag der Galgenstricke” und suchten Mitstreiter (…) Ein anderer Nutzer schildert ein Treffen der NPD-Größen Udo Voigt und Thorsten Heise, ein Vertrauter von Björn Höcke, mit serbischen Nationalisten. Die serbische Neonazi-Partei hatte davon auch Fotos verbreitet. Der Nutzer berichtet in dem Forum, die NPD-Politiker hätten von den Nöten gesprochen, denen deutsche Nationalisten durch die “jüdisch kontrollierte Regierung” ausgesetzt seien. Es sei aber auch um den “aktuellen Höhenflug und künftigen Absturz der AfD” gegangen.

via t-online: Daten von “Iron March” im Netz – So schrieben Deutsche im wichtigsten Neonazi-Forum

siehe auch: Massive White Supremacist Message Board #Leak: How to Access and Interpret the Data – #fcknzs #ironmarch #awd #atomwaffen. Today, the entire SQL database from Iron March, a now-defunct neo-Nazi / white supremacist message board, was posted onto the Internet Archive by the user “antifa-data“. You can access this data dump on the Internet Archive, and via a torrent file found here, or through this Magnet link. Apparently the entire SQL database of the international neo-fascist Iron March forum (where Atomwaffen first properly organised). Contains info on all users, including user emails, IP address, and private messages, as well as all posts and comments. Enjoy. https://t.co/iq8D7IRorU pic.twitter.com/GTzz31HxGs — Jake Hanrahan (@Jake_Hanrahan) November 6, 2019. ; Desire to join military large focus of leaked chats in infamous neo-Nazi forum. The database for the neo-Nazi forum Iron March was dumped online by unknown activists Wednesday and includes chat logs detailing discussions by some who claim to be service members and others expressing a desire to join the U.S. military. The leaked database also includes personally identifiable information from usernames, IP addresses and email addresses. In some cases, members in the forum logged into the infamous neo-Nazi forum — also known to be the organizational birthplace of Atomwaffen Division — using what appears to be their full name. Atomwaffen Division is a violent American neo-Nazi organization that some believe to be a domestic terrorist group. Marine Lance Cpl. Vasillios G. Pistolis was booted from Corps mid-summer 2018 for his ties to the hate group. An anonymous member who logged into the Iron March forum identified as a member of Marine NROTC Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps and expressed interest in Atomwaffen. “I read the Atomwaffen Division thread and it piqued my interest,” that anonymous member posted. “There are similar groups around the northwest (particularly in western Montana up in the mountains, where blacks and/or hippies trying to grow pot tend to disappear), but less on the outright national socialist side, and more so quasi-White nationalist militias. I’m in Marine NROTC [Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps] at the moment so I could bring that training to the table and more so in the future, if I earn a commission. I go to OCS [Officer Candidates School] next year.I am stuck in Commiefornia til the end of this year. Are there any people from your organization located out west that I could network with?” (…) Atomwaffen has held a series of training camps in rural locations, most notably a January 2018 “hate camp” in the Nevada desert, according to the report. The camps are intended to prepare members for the RaHoWa—“Racial Holy War”—with training in guerrilla tactics and the use of weapons. “Training is often provided by former military servicemen,” the report states. The group also bears watching closely, for two reasons, according to ICCT — “its public declarations, and its active recruitment from the military.”; Leak from neo-Nazi site could identify hundreds of extremists worldwide. Researchers claim users identified from online leak of contents of now defunct Iron March, linked to acts of extremist terrorism (…) Iron March was founded in 2011 by a Russian nationalist named Alexander “Slavros” Mukhitdinov, and abruptly closed without explanation in November 2017. Members and groups associated with the website were involved in a range of deadly violence after the site’s founding as influential users became more voluble in their support of uncompromising extremism, genocide and insurrectionary terrorism. In May 2017, Iron March user and Atomwaffen Division (AWD) member, Devon Arthurs, murdered two roommates – and AWD comrades – in Tampa, Florida. Police found neo-Nazi literature in the house, along with explosives, radioactive materials, and a framed photo of the Oklahoma City bomber, Timothy McVeigh. AWD has been tied to at least three other murders, a terror plot and the assault of a protester in Charlottesville. Another group with links to Iron March is Vanguard America, the group that supporter James Alex Fields marched with at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville before he murdered Heather Heyer on 12 August 2017 by driving his car into the protesters. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, Iron March was “affiliated with or offered support to at least nine fascist groups in nine different countries”, including Serbia, Greece, Australia and Ukraine. The chats, too, appear to feature users from a range of different countries. The website was also central to the development of “accelerationist” neo-Nazi ideology – which seeks to destabilize and replace liberal democracy by exacerbating its tensions with violence – and aesthetic of so-called Siege culture, which takes in skull masks and violent and racist memes.

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