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A Harbinger of Things to Come: Nazi Hacking Group Takes Credit for Taking Down CIA Web Site



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COMMENT: In AFA #37 (How the Unit­ed States Lost the Sec­ond World War [2]), we chron­i­cled the impor­ta­tion of the Nazi nation­al secu­ri­ty estab­lish­ment and its fusion with its U.S. coun­ter­part. The cen­tral point of this mas­sive broad­cast con­cerns the fact that the Nazi chain of com­mand was still in effect at the end of World War II and the imports graft­ed onto the U.S. intel­li­gence and mil­i­tary estab­lish­ments con­sti­tut­ed a Tro­jan Horse–a Third Reich fifth col­umn that, ulti­mate­ly would turn on, and destroy, this coun­try.

For the U.S. right wing and those of its adher­ents in the nation­al secu­ri­ty estab­lish­ment, anti-com­mu­nism was some­thing of a sec­u­lar reli­gion. For the Ger­mans upon whom they relied for intel­li­gence on the for­mer U.S.S.R., anti-com­mu­nism was a vehi­cle for conquest–Germany has always demon­strat­ed a will­ing­ness to work with com­mu­nism, from the Impe­r­i­al Ger­man Gen­er­al Staff’s ship­ping of Lenin into Rus­sia to foment the Bol­she­vik Rev­o­lu­tion to the Hitler Stal­in Pact of 1939.

In this regard, the Third Reich was sim­ply man­i­fest­ing tra­di­tion­al Ger­man Ost­poli­tik [3], as well as lur­ing the U.S. into squan­der­ing much of its nation­al trea­sure and even more of its good rep­u­ta­tion as a defend­er of democ­ra­cy on the Cold War.

Dur­ing the Cold War, the racist right and non-racist right were more or less on the same page. After the Cold War, how­ev­er, the racist right turned on the U.S. with a vengeance, act­ing in accord with their Under­ground Reich mas­ters.

A recent [appar­ent] Nazi hack­ing attack on the CIA’s offi­cial web­site augurs things to come, in our opin­ion.

A Nazi hack­ing col­lec­tive known as UG Nazi [4] has claimed cred­it for tak­ing down cia.gov.

In our opin­ion, one of the most strik­ing aspects of this event con­cerns the clever, pop­ulist rhetoric employed by UG Nazi in a Twit­ter announce­ment of its take­down.

Focus­ing on mon­eyed cor­po­rate inter­ests and their allied gov­ern­ment ele­ments, the UG Nazi group employed rhetoric that will cer­tain­ly appeal to the younger, less mature and/or less sophis­ti­cat­ed. The orig­i­nal Nazis por­trayed them­selves as Nation­al Social­ists, win­ning con­verts among the Strassserite wing of the ear­ly NSDAP. (The Strasserites were left-of-cen­ter Nazis who saw the cor­po­rate land­scape as con­trolled by Jews, believ­ing that neu­tral­iz­ing them would auto­mat­i­cal­ly bring about mean­ing­ful polit­i­cal reform. They were liq­ui­dat­ed dur­ing the Night of the Long Knives, after they served their purpose–paving the way for the very mon­eyed inter­ests they thought they were oppos­ing.)

The clever rhetoric employed by the UG Nazi group is sim­i­lar to the pop­ulist rhetoric used by the Anony­mous hack­ing col­lec­tive. Per­haps there is a degree of over­lap. 

In both FTR #732 [5] and FTR #745 [6], we not­ed that the Anony­mous group might well be thought of as “cyber-Wandervogel”–online equiv­a­lents of the anarcho/Utopians who ulti­mate­ly became Nazis.

One can but won­der what the Anony­mous folks think of the Islam­ic fas­cist gov­ern­ment they helped bring about in Egypt [7]. As we said at the time of the so-called “Arab Spring,” they have been thor­ough­ly had.

“CIA.gov Goes Down, UG Nazi Claims Respon­si­bil­i­ty” by Jes­si­ca Roy; betabeat.com; 12/20/2012. [8]

EXCERPT: CIA.gov, the U.S. Cen­tral Intel­li­gence Agency’s offi­cial web por­tal, went down this after­noon and con­tin­ues to be inac­ces­si­ble, accord­ing to Down For Every­body or Just Me. Osama the God, “leader of #UGNazi,” a hack­tivist crew, has tak­en respon­si­bil­i­ty on Twit­ter.

“#Tan­goDown #UGNazi #OpAntiGov http://cia.gov,” he tweet­ed, fol­low­ing that mes­sage up with sev­er­al retweets that cred­it UGNazi for the attack. The move is part of #OpAntiGov, a long­stand­ing UG Nazi oper­a­tion.

“Our goal is to show the gov­ern­ment of the world we will not be cen­sored by filthy gov­ern­ment offi­cials and mon­ey hun­gry com­pa­nies,” the group said of #OpAntiGov back in May. “The world gov­ern­ment and mul­ti-bil­lion dol­lar com­pa­nies have been try­ing to stop the move­ment of free­dom since the day free­dom was even invent­ed.” . . . .