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Skinheads Infiltrate Website

Chilean Queers Suffer Virtual Attack

Some Chilean skinheads took their anti-gay crusade to cyberspace yesterday. The homo-haters hacked the Movement for Homosexual Integration and Freedom‘s website and replaced their headlining banner with their bald heads. Washington Times spreads the word:

Calling itself the “Skinheads from Pitana,” the supremacy group allegedly removed from the gay right’s Web site a banner featuring actors supporting the group known as the Movement for Homosexual Integration and Freedom, or MOVILH, the Santiago Times reported Wednesday. In its place, the hackers pasted a large picture of skinheads.

“In addition, they altered the site’s monthly survey to include rude, sexual questions,” said MOVLIH activist Juan Hernandez. “In a lot of areas they also wrote things about how MOVILH defends ‘sexual aberrations’ and supports people who are ‘disgustingly’ homosexual.”

Hernandez also told reporters that this is the third attack on the gay group’s website. Perhaps they should consider getting a virtual security guard.

On:           Jun 7, 2007
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    • Paul Raposo

      It seems the skinheads and neo-Nazi’s haven’t been able to win on any other front, so they’ve gone back to attacking LGBTQ’s like they did in the eighties. These and other attacks are becoming all too common place again.

      Jun 7, 2007 at 10:03 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • dizzyspins

      How f-ing stupid do you have to be to be a Chilean skinhead?! Neo-Nazis hate “wetbacks” or whatever you want to call Latinos, just like they hate gays. If those dumb hackers got their way and wiped out all the LGBT folk, the skinheads from England and Germany would turn on them in a second.

      Jun 8, 2007 at 1:41 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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