Message from @WhiteTrash
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I think a burner phone is pushing it
but I can get behind cash only at restaurnts
has there been documented incidents of locals doxxing in Cville?
Organizations do send observers to dox
Best way not to get doxxed: Dont go
Doxxing becomes an issue when you become an event. If they can tie you to an organization or you put yourself out there is when it's an issue, If you are low key you're better off. But if you're holding a sign that says GTKRWN or the goyim know while wearing a daily stormer shirt you're tied to that, If there is a video of you punching a commie in the face like Nathan (pbuh) you're tied to that. Worst case scenario you're found out you're an innocent bystander who was in town visiting family etc
They can review all the footage they want but unless there is a massive effort, they're not going to be able to doxx every person there
And we would immediatey know about such an effort because we have so many of our people who have infultrated their organaizations. The aclu isn't going to be able to identify some 19 year old bystanded from some small town in arkansas who flew in to see the rally
if that kid does something event worthy, yeah thats a different story
just lay low if you're worried
Also, I am sure the ACLU is looking for violation of rights and inhumane treatment from LE rather than some kid holding a kekistani flag
I'm just gonna feign ignorance and pretend like I was on a road trip and I had heard this was a "Unite the Right" rally, and I decided to just stop by because I thought it was just establishment conservatives lol. My boss knows I follow Richard and other Alt-Right figures. It could be a different story if I'm on TV next to a guy waving NatSoc insignia though.
@AltRightMick Won't be any windmills of friendship at the rally. Afterwards though....
@Goldstein Riots Interesting, I thought every group was given authority to do their normal thing.
I think there is a general concensus about optics at the rally proper.
I don't even know all of the organizations taking part in this event. Just know that IE, Vanguard, and TWP are involved.
They're are a multitude of altright organizations operating these days. What a time to be alive! @AltRightMick
<@&321389309162815488> <@&321762201083838464> who can help a Stormer club in Indiana?
@Johnny O'Malley at cville 1.0 somebody put hitler did nothing wrong or something on a reciept and it got photographed and put on social media
word is person got fired tho
@WhiteTrash if they did thay with thier name on the tab it's pretty shitty opsec. I plan on using cash for everything
Going back to that doxxing stuff, some people will be carrying flags, this is a surefire way to get noticed, are you suggesting that that would be too highkey? I want to be able to fly any flag of my choice without having to worry about getting doxxed. @Johnny O'Malley
If you're flying an IE flag you can't make the argument that you're not IE
But if you want to fly a flag just fly the flag, wear sunglasses and don't try to recreate any based gook wife man shit with your flag pole and they won't have a reason to dox you
That's all I was getting at
I'm not trying to discourage anyone from representing who they are with. I actually encourage it
Got it, thanks for the clarification.
So what is the plan in the even our space is occupied by the antis?
It will be dealt with by the event coordinators and LE
Are there going to be porta John's there? Taking a leak might be a big mission otherwise.
Maybe I missed it, but what exactly is the dress code requirements for attendees? Business casual? Is there anything prohibited other than masks and swazis?
khakis and button up/polo is good
What about Cargo shorts and a button up over a tank top?
Swazis aren't prohibited.
I understand that the polo/khakis look is good, I'm asking that if someone shows up deliberately negating that professional look, for example with a huge swastika on their t-shirt, will they be turned away or allowed to stay?