Apparently last night a fascist got thrown out of #36c3 by the security team.

He posted this report about the incident:

What he does not mention: also serves the domains,,, and
(Source: )

If he had read the banner above the entry, he could have known that he is not welcome ūü§∑

@compl4xx this is absolutely not intended as a defense of vc's domain name choices and conduct at c3, but i do want to note that calling him an all-out fascist is probably a stretch without more unambiguous evidence to that effect. this kind of offensive "shitposting" is normal in certain image board communities (from which ultimately emerged) and doesn't necessarily indicate any tangible political views.

@Flisk @compl4xx do i have to tell you a story about how i been on his mumble once that like three people visit and heard a guy unironically blaming (((the jews))) for his life being shit


@Flisk @compl4xx normalizing fascism ain't fucking cool mate

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@kat @compl4xx no, it's not. hence "this is not intended as a defense". i'm absolutely not a fan of this kind of humor.

@Flisk @compl4xx then why try to defend it, the guy literally hosts an email for the most despicable human beings on the planet

@Flisk @kat I didn't assume that :) it is important to question a process like that; and this is of course not adhering to standards of law or anything. So thanks for asking the critical questions.

It does not have to meet the standards of law though; the congress is a private event with a code of conduct, and decisions about who is kicked out of it are done exactly like this. The conversation about whether it was justified or not is still important, because it will affect future policy.

@compl4xx @kat yeah, fully agree. i'm more comfortable with people like him not being here. c3 is no place for fascists or people "pretending to be fascists for lulz". that shit is rancid.

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