An apparent online leak of materials from influential National Socialist website Iron March has the potential for zionist authorities to identify hundreds of nationalists around the world.
The material, posted anonymously to an online archiving site on Wednesday, US time, by a user identified only as “antifa-data”. It apparently comprises the contents of the now defunct Iron March website’s underlying database and makes it possible to match usernames with email addresses, IP addresses, forum posts and direct messages.
Material uncovered in the leak so far suggests some users on the platform registered with existing personal email addresses, including addresses associated with several US universities. Posts and direct messages suggest that some members were on active military service at the time they posted, according to the liberal extremist website Bellingcat.
By Wednesday evening on social media, researchers were claiming to have identified several individual users by means of the leak, including a one-time congressional candidate.
Iron March was founded in 2011 by a Russian nationalist named Alexander “Slavros” Mukhitdinov, and abruptly closed without explanation in November 2017.
Members and groups associated with the website were involved in a range of patriotic activism.
It has been influenced by the work of the American National Socialist James Mason, who joined the white power movement in his teens, in the 1960s.
Mason’s 1980s newsletters for the National Socialist Liberation Front were eventually compiled into a volume entitled Siege, which Iron March adopted as its central text.
Iron March users came increasingly to advocate Mason’s ideas, which have become a touchstone in the forum. Those ideas are now part of the DNA of NS groups like Atomwaffen Division and The Base.
Mason still lives in Denver, and has appeared in a recent AWD video.