A group of Israeli anti-fascists recently hacked a KKK webiste, and exposed the identities of several of its members. The hackers gave an exclusive statement to The Jerusalem Post identifying themselves as Hayalim Almonim, Hebrew for Anonymous Soldiers. This group is a cumulative movement of anonymous anti-fascists, also known as Antifa. This multi-celled group of activists operates together with no leaders as they oppose neo-Nazis, fascism, white supremacy, and racism wherever they can reach.
With the KKK as their target, the anti-fascist Israeli organization known as Antifa hacked into the Patriotic Brigade of Knights website, an institution aligned with the notorious Ku Klux Klan (KKK) white supremacists.
The software hackers exposed the personal information of KKK branch members in Texas. The Klan331.com website ordinarily displayed common representations of white supremacy and a link to join the organization. However, the Antifa hackers transformed it significantly. The Klan website URL was changed to jewishantifa.com, and they revealed the identity of many others who are allegedly members of the KKK.
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The leader of the Patriotic Brigade was revealed. The hackers doxxed Kevin James Smith, who resides in Texas. They placed a link to the Texas Public Sex Offender Registry on the Klan site with a statement declaring a senior member is registered there for raping a 14-year-old girl. This revelation was accompanied by an image of Smith’s face, his date of birth, phone number, address, both of his email addresses, and proof that Smith registered and managed the previous url for Klan331.com.
“Our objective is to strike terror into the hearts of the enemies of humanity,” Antifa stated exclusively to the Jerusalem Post.
"Neo-Nazi and other white supremacist groups believe that Jews have an all-seeing eye. Our desire is to make their fantasies a reality and exploit their conspiracy theories as a form of psychological warfare. We want them to know that, wherever they are in the world, we will find them and expose them. We will destroy their lives. And we will bathe in their tears and mock at the gnashing of their teeth. There is nowhere that is beyond our reach.”
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The Antifa group will also post further updates with the Twitter account @justice_jew [now suspended], which functions as an "information relay," according to statements the hackers supplied to The Jerusalem Post.
"Any Klansmen reading this, we know who you are, and we are coming for you," a message on the Klan website states. We never forgive, never forget, and never stop coming."
"There is a lot more coming," a hacker reported to the BBC News.
"We aren't going to stop until we finish the Klan and strike a death blow to fascism in the United States."
The Southern Poverty Law Center listed the (KKK) Patriotic Brigade of Knights as a hate group with cells in South Carolina and Texas.