Hackers to Release Names of KKK Members

@Pattitude (1298)
Newton, North Carolina
October 29, 2015 8:31pm CST
I cannot wait for this! This hacker group, and it's member Anonymous are threatening to release the names of KKK members. I wonder how many politicians names are on there?
The warning marks an escalation in a year-old online battle between Anonymous and the Ku Klux Klan.
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@poehere (17680)
• French Polynesia
30 Oct 15
I think this is great because personally I don't like people like this. All people are created equal except in their eyes. it is about time someone exposes them.
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@Pattitude (1298)
• Newton, North Carolina
30 Oct 15
I am only glad that they don't have as much power as they did in the past. Did you know Donald Trump's father was KKK?
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@poehere (17680)
• French Polynesia
30 Oct 15
@Pattitude I am from France and did not follow so much news in the US. I did spend 5 years there from the age of 13 to 18. I visit now and then but basically I don't follow a lot of that type of news. I just know of the KKK and it has always made me angry like Hitler and how he was. I don't agree with these types of people and I don't like how they push others to join them.
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@Pattitude (1298)
• Newton, North Carolina
30 Oct 15
@poehere The KKK arose after the emancipation of the slaves. They did not want the black american population to have any rights, especially voting. I think originally it started as a gentlemen's (and I use that word very loosely) social club, after the Civil War, among Confederate soldiers. They just hated the former slaves, if anything they should have been apologetic.
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@owstalaga (4570)
• Philippines
31 Oct 15
What? They still exist to this day and age? Well how backwards can they get eh?
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@Pattitude (1298)
• Newton, North Carolina
1 Nov 15
I read the other day that their numbers have dwindled down to 5000. They started resurfacing again when Obama got elected. There was a guy on TV that promised that he would be assassinated. I was a little more than surprised that he didn't get arrested. Isn't that kind of a threat? Maybe he did get arrested. He said it during a Barbara Walters interview.
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