Anonymous Hacks Neo-Nazis, Finds Ron Paul


The hacktivist collective Anonymous set out to take down the white
supremacist American Third Party (A3P) in what they called “Operation
Blitzkrieg” but they
In a document dump that includes private forum messages, emails,
organization notes another other information the group found numerous
connections between and A3P. According to the documents,, Paul himself regularly met with many A3P members, engaged in conference calls with their board of directors and engaged in a “ between A3P and the Ron Paul Revolution.
Other excerpts show A3P webmaster Jamie Kelso (whose email account
was one hacked by the collective) coordinating meeting between Paul and
other members of A3P such as corporate lawyer and chairman of the
neo-Nazi group Paul. “I’m going to go to the Conservative Political
Action Conference (CPAC) with Bill Johnson,” reads an email to an A3P
member dated January 2011. “Bill and I will be
I have a teleconference call with Bill (and Ron Paul) tonight. Much
more later. Things are starting to happen (thanks to folks like you).”
In another passage, Kelso, a former Scientologist and account owner
of other German Nazi forums, wrote: “I’ll be at CPAC from Feb. 9 to Feb.
12. I’ll send back reports to you from personal meetings with Ron Paul,
newly-elected Senator Rand Paul and many others. It’ll be here on
WhiteNewsNow, a place that is really starting to get interesting because
of the presence of folks like you. Birds of a feather flock together,
and we are really gathering some quality here.”
Accusations of racism and ties to neo-Nazi interests have plagued
Paul since the 1990s and have re-surfaced during this campaign. So far
Paul has issued standard denials, claiming not to have been aware of the
ties between his camp and the racist right and denied authorship of a
series of racist newsletters, despite confirmation from his closest
staff that Paul signed off on every detail.

So what’s Paul’s explanation now?