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Hacker in Huge Web Attack Makes Anti-Jewish Statements

The hacker who has slowed down the WorldWebWeb also has some anti-Semitic messages to spread and calls a Jewish anti-spammer one of the “Zionists who think they are better than others.
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A man claiming to represent the hackers behind one of the biggest attacks in Internet history made anti-Jewish statements on Facebook.

Sven Olaf Kamphuis, who claims to be a spokesman for the group that has slowed down Web access in retaliation for Internet providers that refuse to prevent their clients from spamming, made anti-Semitic statements on the social media network, the Daily Beast reported.

“There are a certain group of Jews known as the Zionists that think they are better than other people and this is not a problem with all Jews, this is just a problem with certain Jews who think the others are like the goyim,” Kamphuis said in an interview. “I think Steve Linford is like that.”

Linford is the founder of Spamhaus, a Geneva-based anti-spam company. According to Kamphuis, Spamhaus placed an Internet Service Provider that he owns on a blacklist, effectively denying it access to the Internet.

In retaliation, Kamphuis says he and others formed an opposition group, Stophaus, which earlier this month launched a massive attack that flooded servers with data, impeding Internet service for users around the world. It is said to have been the largest such attack in history.

Kamphuis has a history of making claims against Israelis. In 2010, after a German court issued an injunction against his company for piracy, he claimed the Mossad spy agency tried to blow up his car.

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3 Responses to “Hacker in Huge Web Attack Makes Anti-Jewish Statements”

  1. Arie's Pragmatic Politics says:

    Yet another hacker in significant of his dose of lithium. OH WAIT: The Lithium pills were invented by Jews (AKA Zionists) so it is verbottent.

  2. Gil Gilman says:

    The subtext of this ignoramus is this: "how dare Jews think they are equal to the best," which obviously doesn't apply to Kamphuis who is at the level of a baby throwing a tantrum. But of course all megalomaniacs are like that, so it is no surprise.

  3. Gil Gilman says:

    speaking of babies, I have a great Archie Goodwin quote from "Bullet For One," a Nero Wolfe mystery. Archie describes somebody or other "as tight-fisted as a baby hanging onto another baby’s toy."

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