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An anonymous hacker infiltrated a well-known neo-Nazi website and published members’ sensitive information online.

The massive data dump of Iron March occurred last week and included emails, IP addresses, user names and private messages of at least 1,000 individuals.

The private messages revealed that many of the site’s members were ex and active US military personal from all branches and students who attended colleges at two locations.

Iron March is an online site that allows people from all over the world connect in a forum-like setting and its members have been linked to murders and terror attacks across Western countries.

The massive data dump of Iron March occurred last week and included emails, IP addresses, user names and private messages of at least 1,000 individuals. The private messages revealed that many of the site's members were ex and active US military personal from all branches

The massive data dump of Iron March occurred last week and included emails, IP addresses, user names and private messages of at least 1,000 individuals. The private messages revealed that many of the site’s members were ex and active US military personal from all branches

Although the site has been out of commission since 2017, an unknown hacker, which went by the name ‘antifa-data’, posted the data onto the Internet Archive, according to Bellingcat.

The file is reveals discussions from both ex and current military personal and some college students.

One users, who appears to be in the military, explains how combat units allow soldiers to make ‘non-PC misogynistic and/or racist jokes’, ‘They’re one of the last places in our system of government where it is still acceptable to publicly be sexist, racists, and discriminatory as you want (so long as a non-combat officer doesn’t hear you).’

‘In my unit (infantry) I’ve met quite a few rightists – some openly NS, lots of neo-Nazis, others just nationalists, others red-pilled conservatives, others blue-pilled militiamen, even a couple of Mormon extremists.’

An unknown hacker, which went by the name 'antifa-data', posted the data onto the Internet ArchiveThe data dump also showed that college students were among the membership, with one reveal they attended Fordham University in New  York

An unknown hacker, which went by the name ‘antifa-data’, posted the data onto the Internet ArchiveThe data dump also showed that college students were among the membership, with one reveal they attended Fordham University in New  York

The website, which is linked to the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division, went dark in 2017 for reasons that remain unknown

The website, which is linked to the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division, went dark in 2017 for reasons that remain unknown

Another user, as reported by Ars Technica, claims to be in the Navy, shared, ‘Be careful if you get deployed with those [deleted] sand [deleted] and jews.’

‘They are all a bunch of slippery pieces of [deleted] that wash their faces in rain puddles in dirt on the ground.

‘We are too good to be interacting with those people, maybe trump will at least relax the ROE’s [rules of engagement] so those pieces of [deleted] can be blasted back to allah, jews and all.’

The site was launched in 2011 by Alexander Mukhitdinov, who is believed to be an Uzbekistani who emigrated to Russia.

Mukhitdinov had a fascist vision that gained popularity after the election of Donald Trump, the Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry, said, citing a review of more than 150,000 public Iron March posts it scraped from September 2011 to September 2017.

One users, who appears to be in the military, explains how combat units allow soldiers to make 'non-PC misogynistic and/or racist jokes'. However a Marines spokesperson commented on the discussions found in the data dump and said the contents 'run counter to the service's core values'

One users, who appears to be in the military, explains how combat units allow soldiers to make ‘non-PC misogynistic and/or racist jokes’. However a Marines spokesperson commented on the discussions found in the data dump and said the contents ‘run counter to the service’s core values’

The fascist vision gained popularity after the election of Donald Trump (pictured)

The fascist vision gained popularity after the election of Donald Trump (pictured)

The website, which is linked to the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division, went dark in 2017 for reasons that remain unknown.

However, a Marine spokesman has commented on the discussions found in the data dump and said the contents ‘run counter to the service’s core values’.

‘The Marine Corps is clear on this: There is no place for racial hatred or extremism in the Marine Corps. Our strength is derived from the individual excellence of every Marine regardless of background,’ Capt. Joseph Butterfield, a Marine spokesman told Military Times in an emailed statement.

Bigotry and racial extremism run contrary to our core values,.’ 

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