Wed, Aug 3, 2016 at 7:23:38 pm
How do you even start to describe the depravity of someone who would do something like this? Neo-Nazi Hacker Distributes Racist Fliers Calling for the Death of Children.
Andrew Auernheimer, the notorious neo-Nazi black hat computer hacker better known as “weev,” claims to have targeted 50,000 printers across the country to distribute hate-filled fliers that call for the killing of black and Jewish children.
“I unequivocally support the killing of children,” Auernheimer wrote in the flier. “I believe that our enemies need such a level of atrocity inflicted upon them and their homes that they are afraid to ever threaten the white race with genocide again.”
He continued: “We will not relent until far after their daughters are raped in front of them. We will not relent until far after the eyes of their sons are gouged out before them. We will not relent until the cries of their infants are silenced by boots stomping on their brains out onto payment.”
Auernheimer is well-known as a white supremacist who once actually paid for Twitter advertisements promoting his noxious ideology, and was subsequently banned from their ad system. And he's also a well-known compatriot of white supremacist Chuck C. Johnson.
Auernheimer is also a big fan of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik:
Auernheimer also praises Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people in Oslo, Norway, and at a nearby children’s summer camp as a political statement against immigration in 2011. Auernheimer describes Breivik as a Nordic warrior, comparing him to the protagonist in the poem Volundarkvida, where the main character kills the sons of his captor and rapes his daughter after being imprisoned. Like the protagonist of the poem, Auernheimer served a brief stint in prison after he was convicted of one count of identity fraud and one count of conspiracy to access a computer without authorization after exposing a flaw in AT&T security which allowed the e-mail addresses of iPad users to be revealed.
Breivik seems to be a fascination of Auernheimer’s. Responding to Breivik’s appeal to receive internet access while he’s incarcerated, Auernheimber created the hashtag “#BreivikOnline” to draw attention to Breivik’s inability to go online.