[Low Intensity Conflict] Alt-Left website receives, publishes online chat logs from an anti-communist group

An Alt-Left website has received and published alleged online chat logs from an anti-communist group, showing support for violence against left wing groups in at least two events. Other evidence purports to show a desire for a civil war. This report is for subscribers of Low Intensity Conflict. Thank you for your support.


Alt-Left media website Unicorn Riot received alleged chat room logs from Anticom (Anti-Communist Action, a right wing group), showing the group’s willingness to provide security for Richard Spencer during Thursday’s speech at the University of Florida. The chat logs also revealed the encouragement of violence against Leftists. (Analyst Comment: There’s either a mole in the Anticom discord server, or the server was set up by Alt-Left activists. Many times, these chat rooms invite users of Facebook groups to join a more “private” chat location; however, the Alt-Left has likely compromised some of these right wing Facebook groups. The Alt-Left is very good at forming “affinity groups” of individuals personally known to each other. In fact, Alt-Left manuals stress security over efficiency, and it’s part of their doctrine. The Alt-Right at large, on the other hand, is still trying to get a grasp on its security. Events like these showcase the Alt-Left’s ability to spy in these online groups.)

[source: https://www.unicornriot.ninja/2017/anticom-discord-server-shows-months-neo-nazi-incitement/]

Samuel Culper is a former military intelligence NCO and contract Intelligence analyst. He spent three years in Iraq and Afghanistan and is now the intelligence and warfare researcher at Forward Observer.

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