Anonymous Takes The Hoods Off The KKK After Threats Of ‘Lethal Force’ On Ferguson Protesters

Posted by | November 15, 2014 09:30 | Filed under: News Behaving Badly Politics Top Stories

With tension already on the rise while waiting for the Grand Jury decision to be handed down in the case of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, the KKK has promised to use “lethal force” against protesters.

That didn’t go down well with Anonymous, so the loosely-knit Internet collective has responded in the best way possible, taking the hoods off of Klan members.

The irony here is palpable.

Anonymous members are masked while ripping the hoods off of Klan members who promise violence against protesters who are exercising their right to free speech.

KKK sites are being DDOSed, faces are exposed and the Klan’s 1-800 number is being trolled.

Watch [UPDATE – YouTube had removed the video due to what they claim is a violation of their policies, but you can’t keep a good video down]:



Hands up, hoods off.  Faces of the Klan. 

The KKK should have expected them.


Frank Ancona is officially doxxed, holla!

Send me any new tweets of Klan members being de-hooded and I’ll add them here. Give the Anons some love using the #OpKKK hashtag. 

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1,229 responses to Anonymous Takes The Hoods Off The KKK After Threats Of ‘Lethal Force’ On Ferguson Protesters

  1. alphamail November 22nd, 2014 at 03:28

    #hoodsoff ^5 Anon

  2. alphamail November 22nd, 2014 at 04:28

    #hoodsoff ^5 Anon

  3. burqa December 11th, 2015 at 16:21

    ThePhantonzeus: “THIS IS MY THING

    Bad idea to wave that teeny little thing around in public.
    I hear they make some kind of pump that may help….

  4. burqa December 11th, 2015 at 16:43

    Plenty of the facts came out. There were, what, 3 different autopsies and Eric Holder made sure things were on the up and up, yet even the feds didn’t have a civil rights case.
    Brown was on a crime spree that day. His actions showed an attitude of entitlement to other people’s property and that Brown didn’t feel he had to follow the law. He stole from the store, assaulted the clerk, decided it was ok to walk down the middle of the street, assaulted the cop and refused lawful orders from the cop.
    Eyewitness testimony and forensic evidence all pointed to Brown attacking the cop in his car, fleeing, then Brown came charging back and the cop shot him in self defense.
    The “system” didn’t plant those cigars in Brown’s pocket or the blood stains, either.
    Somehow people got the idea we have to form opinions on such cases immediately. In this case, many were deceived by Brown’s friends who lied. Many formed their opinion based on those lies, namely that Brown was just standing there, reaching for the sky, when the cop walked up and shot him in the back. These same people never altered their opinion when more accurate facts came out.
    Many who rioted likewise believed those lies and ever since, few, if any, seem interested in holding Brown’s friends accountable for the damage their lies caused, much less have I heard any of them admit they lied.
    This is not to say there are no problems with blacks being shot by po-lice when they were no threat to anyone.
    This just isn’t one of those cases.

  5. burqa December 11th, 2015 at 16:50

    I miss “Rowdy Randy”!

    I get a kick out of this like everyone else, but seriously, vigilantism often begins with good intentions but the people in Anonymous are subject to the same temptations and human weaknesses we all are.
    Anonymous has a lot of power here, with no checks and balances and a crowd that believes everything they say is true and doesn’t seem to imagine Anonymous being capable of a mistake that could ruin innocent lives and otherwise cause a lot of harm.

    This will not end well.

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