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Anonymous Hacks White Supremacy Site | Ron Paul Mentioned 605 Times

First of all, I’m going to provide a disclaimer here which is simply that I cannot confirm the legitimacy of any of the content herein.

On a personal note, the prior dumps from Anonymous hacks have all appeared to be legit, so in following that course… you decide. I am simply sharing the news.

Although I am not an Ron Paul groupie, he does have a couple of views which I do share, primarily ousting the Federal Reserve, and anti-war. However, his radical views on same-sex marriage, anti-abortion, doing away with the EPA, as well as several civil rights are only a few that I am highly opposed to.

I checked out the pirasec site, which is the site that includes the hacked info from “American Third Position”(A3P) files. One of the link options takes you to a database dump of private messages. If you go to this site and do a [control + f] in either Chrome or Firefox (I refuse to use Internet Explorer so not sure this works in that browser as I will not pull it up to try), then enter “Ron Paul” into your search box, there are 605 results in the Chrome browser. You may use the up or down arrows to peruse at your leisure.

Here is part of the statement from Anonymous, which is available here in pdf format, or you may go directly to the site to view.

Fellow anons: we are pleased to bring you the dismantling of a major US-based white supremacist network known as the “American Third Position”(A3P). These racist losers have chapters across the US, operate several white power websites, forums and online stores, and are even running a candidate in the 2012 elections. Although they try hard to maintain a professional public image to camouflage their vile racism, we’re now airing all their dirty laundry all over the internet. Contained in this major dump are several thousand private forum messages, personal emails, internal organization notes, names, phone numbers, home addresses and other information on all of their members and supporters. It’s time for these cowardly suit and tie white supremacists to sleep with one eye open. Scared much?

In addition to finding the usual racist rants and interactions with other white power groups, we also found a disturbingly high amount of members who are also involved in campaigning for Ron Paul. According to these messages, Ron Paul has regularly met with many A3P members, even engaging in conference calls with their board of directors. Ron Paul’s racist politics and affiliations are already well known, being viciously anti-immigrant, anti-abortion and against gay marriage — not to mention having authored the racist “Ron Paul Papers” and receiving financial support from other white power groups (pictured with Don Black from stormfront.org). Hard to believe Ron Paul draws some support from the left and the occupation movements, especially now that it is confirmed Ron Paul hangs out with straight up racist hate groups.

This main announcement also lists several white supremacy websites and I checked a few out. Some sites are down, one was up (at least out of the few that I checked), and another site refused to allow me to visit by using Chrome – so I left that one. I stopped after about 4 or 5 since I do not really care to have my IP noticed going to these types of hate sights.

But I did take some time to read a few of the private messages which included Ron Paul in my search results. Here are a few examples:

Subject: Failure proof plan
Date: Jul Fri 2011
To: Alexander Hamilton (simongr81@aol.com)
From: patthemick (duxinarowe@yahoo.com)
Text:
Hey check it out we are getting the left to promote Ron Paul.lol My scheme is working better than I planned.:cool:

Subject: Failure proof plan update.
Date: Jul Fri 2011
To: DESERTFOX63 (desertfox_az63@yahoo.com)
From: patthemick (duxinarowe@yahoo.com)
Text:
Hey check out my latest link on the failure proof plan thread. I got another leftist website to promote Ron Paul.lol I hope you are posting to the lefties too.:cool:

Subject: Re: Attn: Jamie Kelso
Date: Feb Tue 2011
To: Jamie Kelso (24.7keyboard@gmail.com)
From: Penn Dutch (tltoml@yahoo.com)
Text:
[QUOTE=Jamie Kelso] Thanks, Jamie Kelso, Admin[/QUOTE] Jamie, just wanted you to know that I though it was ashame that you were treated so badly at the CPAC meeting. I intend to let Ron Paul know that you have a large following, and are well respected by many White people. There was no reason for Ron Paul’s man to get involved in any lobby conversation that you may have—now or in the future. Paul should apologize to you personally—there was no reason for you to be insulted by some weird looking flunky of Paul. Let me tell you Jamie, Paul has some real characters in his family tree in Pennsylvania. They wouldn’t be too hard to locate in the Dormont-Greentree area. :wink_smile: Sincerely, Penn Dutch

Subject: Re: Ron Paul
Date: Apr Tue 2011
To: Benjamin Franklin (principally.correct@yahoo.com)
From: Sivaro (ur86ed@hotmail.com)
Text:
Great work. I hope to see you at the convention. Perhaps I can assist if you plan to get involved agaiin this time around. 🙂 [QUOTE=Benjamin Franklin]I’m very familiar with Ron Paul campaign – as I was involved in 2008 campaign. I’m a PCO – which means you’re automatically a delegate to the county convention. I was elected as an alternative delegate to the state convention. Normally, alternatives get seated (eventually), but in 2008, I wasn’t seated. I did get seated the next day when an elected delegate had to leave early, and I replaced him. He missed the most exciting part of the convention. Whatcom county (your county??) is very heavily pro Ron Paul and I know some of the important supporters in that area. In 2008, local GOP’ers kinda poo-pooed RP, preferring McCain. But I think this time, they have a healthy respect for RP. Hence he might win more votes this time. vikingcelt :)[/QUOTE]

Subject: Lots of News – New Radio Show, Best Day Yet, Welcome Karolus Magnus
Date:
Dec Thu 2009
To: Alabama Hills ()
From: Jamie Kelso (24.7keyboard@gmail.com)
Text:
Dear WhiteNewsNow Members and Mods, You can tell that I’m happy in this photo with the top White woman peace activist in America, Cindy Sheehan. We were in Ft. Worth, Texas for the Texas Straw Poll Republican primary bid by Texas Congressman Ron Paul. This photo was taken on either Sept. 1 or 2, 2007. On Friday Aug. 31 the Ron Paul Revolution packed the best hotel in Ft. Worth with a huge ballroom dinner, with entertainment for us by Jimmy Vaughn and his band. A few minutes after this photo, Cindy was up on the stage of her peace rally yelling “Ron Paul!” She may be a liberal White patriot, but what she shares in beliefs with the Ron Paul Revolution and all White patriots is very great….

14 Comments »

  1. Wow… that is some seriously explosive stuff. I wonder if the mainstream media will pick this up and run with it. Guess I haven’t paid enough attention to Ron Paul to notice, but I had no idea that he’s such a racist. Disgusting!

    • Only MSM site I found was Business Insider mentioning the hack, but did not mention RP once in it. They only mentioned the ties to BNP (British Nat’l Party). Huffington Post has blogged about RP, though. But haven’t seen anything on CNN, MSNBC, etc. Not that I have found anyway. A lot of blog posts, tho.

      • It will be interesting to see just how much negative exposure Paul gets from this. I don’t see how MSM can’t cover it, unless they don’t want to run anything this controversial with Anonymous as the source. (?)

  2. Ron Paul says what the rest of the Republican candidates think and what many in their party believe but are too slick to say it aloud…instead they use their surrogates and code words to say the same. I’ll say it again these are some scary times for all Americans as well as for the rest of the world if especially if one of these people get nominated.

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