My friend Nils Weger DM’d me today with this message regarding Milo Yiannopoulos after seeing HIVlo’s Telegram post:
He’s vain in a psycho- pathological way. Milo seems to suffer from histrionic personality disorder. He would even share his own dox just because it is about him.
I have to agree. Milo has always been unhinged, but his mental illness appears to have completely taken over every aspect of his rational mind at this point.
Milo Yiannopoulos is simply running an Antifa-esque doxxing operation. There is no other way to describe it. Not only is he absolutely proud of his actions but he is also flaunting it. Milo in his deranged way believes he is completely dunking on Richard Spencer and the Alt-Right, who have soundly rejected Milo and his open advocacy for pedophilia, but in all actuality what Milo is doing is doxxing innocent people who may have merely shown up after being invited to a party or social event. Thanks, Shlomo.
Milo’s Antifa connects seem to run deep.
1dark0ne, Melanie Warner, may have lived with Alex Pilosov, the notorious confidant of none other than weev, according to my sources. Alex Pilosov’s apartment address was once used to register the Daily Stormer’s domain. Warner seems to be connected to Unicorn Riot and Antifa through various friends and acquaintances. She may also be involved in the various Antifa hacker communities as well. Cohencidence?
Milo wrote a story about Pilosov when he worked for Breitbart:
If you are a moron, you could interpret Donald Trump’s statements in the GOP debate tonight to mean he wants to start shutting down specific websites or services on the internet. He clarified later that he was talking about geography: limiting access to, say, Syria or wherever Islamic State is operating from.
Trump is right not only that limiting or knocking out the internet is the best way of hampering Islamic State, but also because there is at least one solution that is eminently feasible. It’s just that sneering commentators aren’t educated enough to know about it.
It’s technical, so don’t expect to follow this all the way through if you don’t know what a URL or an IP address is, or if you work for Buzzfeed. But I’ll lay it out as simply as I can without penning a research paper.
The ownership of IP addresses, which are labels attached to any device connected to a network, are determined by announcements using a protocol called the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). Anyone with sufficient access can make a BGP announcement.
Now, all the internet service providers that together comprise the core of the internet are American. That’s what Trump means when he says the internet is “ours.” Announcements from American ISPs are thus the most respected and listened-to announcements.
In theory, all President Trump would have to do is have the FCC exercise its regulatory authority over telecommunications infrastructure and arrange to make announcements for the IP addresses owned by Islamic State.
Any traffic intended for Islamic State, on about 95 per cent of the internet, could be redirected to the United States and then “nullrouted” — essentially, dumped into a black hole, perhaps after being analyzed by the NSA or the military. Problem solved.
Would this completely remove ISIS from the Internet? For the most part, yes. All but the most tech savvy jihadis would be gone, and while there would be plenty of ways to get around this fix they would be time consuming, expensive, technical and easy to locate.
For instance, there would be satellite links and Inmarsat phones left. But such devices are easily traceable for airstrikes. With the regulatory authority to do so, a Trump administration could knock out most of Islamic State’s internet capability in a matter of days.
That, at least, is the solution many self-described hackers have been discussing on Twitter over the past few days. Their disagreements seem to be limited to ethical boundaries, rather than the efficacy of the technical solution proposed.
The video below demonstrates BGP hijacking in action. The hackers featured, Pilosov and Kapela, go further than the above strategy would require.
Nothing to see here, folks. Just the as per usual Jewish nepotism.
Nick, when are you going to disavow this freak show after he doxxed your friends, big guy?
My guess is never.
Special thanks to @Taimuaut0 for all the research and assistance for this story