Did Anonymous Start Releasing Ku Klux Klan List Prematurely?

Anonymous hacking group was scheduled to release an alleged list of Ku Klux Klan members that was obtained. However, Saturday November fifth two thousand fifteen, names of alleged Ku Klux Klan members were released. Anonymous claims they were going to wait until November fifth two thousand fifteen to release this list.

Anonymous has officially denied releasing any real Ku Klux Klan members today. This group claims that some other rogue anonymous group released these names. Some police and political clowns were on this perhaps premature or bogus list.

This list of Ku Klux Klan members was released on PasteBin.com and announced via Twitter. Multiple Mayors were called at as Ku Klux Klan members. However, most of them denied this allegation.

Four separate PasteBin listings were released. Fifty Seven total phone numbers and twenty three total email addresses were released. The Ku Klux Klan which is a accepted white terrorist organization, according to my studies was actually created by Albert Pike, a white Freemason.

However, my studies could be flawed. What is not flawed is the historical terrorism perpetrated by this white terrorist cell against people with color. The real Anonymous group has promised to release one thousand names from real Ku Klux Klan members on November fifth two thousand fifteen.

Allegedly, Anonymous chose November fifth to release this list of Ku Klux Klan members because this date is one year anniversary of the murder of Michael Brown by white terrorist Darren Wilson. Ironically and or interestingly enough November fifth is Guy Fawkes day. Are these names released today in any way shape or form legitimate?

Was this just a rouse by a rogue anonymous group? Will anonymous really release one thousand names? I’m curious to see what names show up.

In my dogmatic subjective perspective similar “authority” figures in this white colony will be released. Police, politicians, and other individuals tied to government military have had ties to the Ku Klux Klan terrorist organization in past years.