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Stormraaf
Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009, 05:16 PM
A Skadi Forum group has been created on Facebook to help get the word out. I thought I'd advertise it to our current membership as well, since this group will become more visible to members we'd consider welcome at Skadi as people with similar group memberships (such as with Germanic Pride or Against Multiculturism) joins.

Here's the link: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=80168035495#/group.php?gid=80168035495

Hersir
Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009, 09:53 PM
I have joined:)

AndreasBolle
Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009, 10:13 PM
I'm in, also.

Runesinger
Wednesday, May 6th, 2009, 03:02 PM
I joined up. This is a good start. I have been on facebook for awhile. If you haven't yet, be sure and develop a good profile page, so people don't think your just a robo-acccount

triedandtru
Saturday, May 9th, 2009, 08:48 PM
That is really neat. It is about time Skadi was on facebook. :)

Bittereinder
Friday, July 17th, 2009, 03:07 PM
Im there!:D

þeudiskaz
Friday, July 17th, 2009, 04:23 PM
Joined. *nod*

Reynard
Friday, July 17th, 2009, 07:49 PM
a nice idea, i have also joined

theTasmanian
Sunday, October 18th, 2009, 06:48 AM
Another :P

frippardthree
Sunday, October 18th, 2009, 07:14 AM
:):thumbup

Awesome! Count Me In!

uppvaknad
Sunday, October 18th, 2009, 05:00 PM
The facebook user André Le Blanc (me) has joined.

Ard Ri
Sunday, October 18th, 2009, 06:36 PM
I joined and also joined the Ronan Tynan Fan Page, because he's the latest target of the "All-Hate, All the Time, Never Forgive, Never Forget" brigade.

VikingManx
Monday, July 12th, 2010, 10:05 PM
Joined!

SubtleCalmingFlow
Monday, July 19th, 2010, 11:19 PM
I joined the facebook group before coming here. So good job!

Metahumanoid
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010, 05:56 PM
:) i´m in!

nationbuilder
Monday, August 2nd, 2010, 09:10 AM
Joining now... :)

Sigurd
Monday, August 2nd, 2010, 07:06 PM
Facebook is Jewish. I'd never have a profile there. :wsg

Hawx
Saturday, August 7th, 2010, 07:05 PM
Do not attempt to use multiple accounts on facebook as it will mix them and compromise your confidentiality, from 1 contact you can identify and track an entire social network without prior consent, try it.

Hawx
Sunday, August 8th, 2010, 10:32 AM
I made a second attempt to use skadi on facebook, I don't think I was successful, could someone try to contact me on the skadi facebook site to test it.

Wittmann
Thursday, August 12th, 2010, 11:03 AM
I just signed up with my Facebook account.

hyidi
Saturday, August 21st, 2010, 05:32 PM
Facebook is Jewish. I'd never have a profile thereDoes everything have to be Jewish?
Goggle is Jewish too!..no doubt my space and twitter aswell.:~(

TXRog
Wednesday, March 16th, 2011, 02:59 AM
Thanks for putting SF on FB. Just joined up and hope to connect with my fellow forum members there.

MountainGuardian
Sunday, March 20th, 2011, 06:21 AM
Just finished joining myself..... very cool.. 189 people as of my joining

RoyBatty
Monday, March 21st, 2011, 08:51 PM
Do not attempt to use multiple accounts on facebook as it will mix them and compromise your confidentiality, from 1 contact you can identify and track an entire social network without prior consent, try it.

If the idea is to remain "off the ZOG-dar", joining Facebook (even one account, even under a "pseudonym") is not the way to go. The system is rather well designed to connect the dots of your life and storing related info in a permanent, forever database to be made available to and sold to Governments & Corporations. (Same thing, in effect)

There is no hiding on it. Once you're on, once you're in some little social circle on there, your ID is effectively compromised.

Schattenjäger
Monday, March 21st, 2011, 10:39 PM
I can't think of more compromising naivety than exposing skadi to facebook or jewtube.

Wulfram
Monday, March 21st, 2011, 11:18 PM
If the idea is to remain "off the ZOG-dar", joining Facebook (even one account, even under a "pseudonym") is not the way to go. The system is rather well designed to connect the dots of your life and storing related info in a permanent, forever database to be made available to and sold to Governments & Corporations. (Same thing, in effect)

There is no hiding on it. Once you're on, once you're in some little social circle on there, your ID is effectively compromised.

You don't think they've already done this here? All "technology" we are allowed to see or hear about is light years behind what they have in secret. Would it really be too difficult for them to give people the impression that their IP's are non-traceable, when in fact they are? If they can trace telephone numbers what makes you think they cant trace IPs?
The people who post their photos here are especially at risk, and requesting that they be removed later on does not mean they haven't already been copied to add as additional evidence.
They must have enough sophisticated technology to where they can keep tabs on any member of Skadi, just in case one us actually comes close to effecting even the slightest bit of change. If anything is being done by our people behind the scenes to save our heritage then I imagine that Skadi members will be shunned like the plague, since contacting anyone of us would lead a trail right to them. :D

RoyBatty
Monday, March 21st, 2011, 11:29 PM
I can't think of more compromising naivety than exposing skadi to facebook or jewtube.

You could at least give regime a hard time obtaining info on your persons. ;)

Indeed. If the intention were to make it easier to collect information on members, their habits, beliefs etc then I'd be hard pressed to think of a better way than inviting Skadi members to a Facebook page. To me there are only two possibilities here:

1 - either those behind the idea are incredibly naive and irresponsible
2 - those behind the idea are quite deliberately encouraging people to expose themselves

Some people say "oh, I don't care they can find out anything about me anyway".

Well yes, that's true but you're making it so much easier for them by signing up. What's more, Uni's, colleges, employers, police, local councils etc etc etc are quite keen to research what you get up to in your spare time. They may not be impressed or amused if they were to find out that you're spending time on sites which are somewhat less PC than what is mandated under the current political climate.

It's a pity not many, if any of you, have toured the STASI's old re-education centers as I have in East Berlin. The data gathering and brainwashing operation they operated there was fascinating. Their system did suffer from certain problems though, for example, it required massive surveillance manpower to keep an eye on everybody. They needed a massive network of informers of people who spied on one another. With Facebook, it's all automated. Information is volunteered by the surveillance subjects themselves. The ultimate folly if you ask me.....

It's your lives guys.... but imo it's foolish to join.

MountainGuardian
Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011, 12:29 AM
Indeed. If the intention were to make it easier to collect information on members, their habits, beliefs etc then I'd be hard pressed to think of a better way than inviting Skadi members to a Facebook page. To me there are only two possibilities here:

1 - either those behind the idea are incredibly naive and irresponsible
2 - those behind the idea are quite deliberately encouraging people to expose themselves

Some people say "oh, I don't care they can find out anything about me anyway".

Well yes, that's true but you're making it so much easier for them by signing up. What's more, Uni's, colleges, employers, police, local councils etc etc etc are quite keen to research what you get up to in your spare time. They may not be impressed or amused if they were to find out that you're spending time on sites which are somewhat less PC than what is mandated under the current political climate.

It's a pity not many, if any of you, have toured the STASI's old re-education centers as I have in East Berlin. The data gathering and brainwashing operation they operated there was fascinating. Their system did suffer from certain problems though, for example, it required massive surveillance manpower to keep an eye on everybody. They needed a massive network of informers of people who spied on one another. With Facebook, it's all automated. Information is volunteered by the surveillance subjects themselves. The ultimate folly if you ask me.....

It's your lives guys.... but imo it's foolish to join.

I can see your point to an extent, but here in the U.S they have all your information already, there is no point hiding who you are. I make it very clear in my posts and on my phone and in my conversations, that I do not agree with the government... period... I also make it perfectly clear that I completely disagree with fighting the government... I rather they know exactly who I am and where I stand. It is also handy that for some reason my address comes up on all maps as the farm down the road... might give me a few minutes to prepare if they ever come for me... lol

If they want to reeducate me they will have fun my corpse.... but not with me... You can't hide, all you can do is hold your head high and believe as you do... The one protection we do have is the ability to form groups, and the more ways we have to do that the better... In this country I am already screwed, I am an ex military vet and automatically considered a threat... It doesn't really matter who I know or talk too...

Thorburn
Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011, 02:13 AM
To me there are only two possibilities here:

1 - either those behind the idea are incredibly naive and irresponsible
2 - those behind the idea are quite deliberately encouraging people to expose themselves With all due respect, these accusations are not only impertinent, but make very little sense altogether.

While I have neither initiated nor created Skadi's presence on social networks and popular broadcasting sites, and do not administer them either, they have been created and are maintained by long-term activists, some of them staff members, with impeccable reputation. To insinuate that they would be "naive" and "irresponsible" or are "deliberately encouraging people to expose themselves" is audacious and outrageous. Not to my surprise, you fail to provide any evidence to back up these allegations.

It is, as it should be self-evident for everyone, obviously not the purpose of these groups or their creators to get existing Skadi members to sign up with accounts which contain crucial personal information; the idea is rather to carry our message and mission to people who have never heard about Skadi before and to inform them about Skadi's existence. In other words, pretty much the opposite : to lead Facebook and MySpace members to Skadi and not the other way around. Ten thousands of visitors and quite a few members have found their way to the forum through these sites -- and continue to do so every day. People who would have never heard of Skadi otherwise.

Everyone can decide for himself whether he wishes to hold an account (or several of them) on these social networks in the first place. Everyone can decide autonomously which information -- true or invented -- he enters into these account(s) (and with whom he shares which pieces of information). And everyone can decide self-dependently whether he wants to join Skadi's groups or pages with a certain account or not.

Skadi's members are not exactly idiots. They are as much aware about the implications and security considerations, as you or others are, and these issues have been frequently discussed. Given that some people neither use anonymous proxies nor encrypt their Internet traffic when visiting Skadi or posting on it, maybe even more so.

What personal information will the government be able to collect about someone who regularly visits dissident sites and fora without encryption and anonymization? A lot. The dream of every profiler. What will be revealed to the gov't if someone joins the Skadi Forum group on Facebook with a pseudonymous account using VPN? Very little to nothing. It's not as much a matter of what you join or where you participate, but which precautions you are taking and what you reveal. And these are decisions everyone has to make himself.

And in the end, I also have a vision. If people would be more responsible, many of these peek-a-boos wouldn't even be necessary; at least not for most people. If people would stop to rely that they are pseudonymous and stop to harp on the 1st Amendment, but would only write what they wouldn't mind to utter under their real name and true identity on a national news broadcast, Skadi Forum and all other dissident sites would have a completely different quality. It would no longer be social and career suicide to belong to them or to visit them. I'm getting rather sick and tired about irresponsible incitement, insupportable generalizations and extremist rhetorics. "Níggers" here, "animals" there ... cui bono?

There is actually nothing in our world view that cannot be expressed in a polite, reasonable and responsible manner. We have the truth on our side, after all. And we are the good and responsible guys, remember? That the establishment doesn't dare to let our elite speak on its media is evidence enough. It's the tone which makes the music, but as long as we have to hide in a closet and behind pseudonyms, and this to a large extent because of our own negligence, chances are nil that our views will ever become the accepted mainstream again.

RoyBatty
Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011, 07:08 PM
With all due respect, these accusations are not only impertinent, but make very little sense altogether.


Oh you're so wrong. They make a lot of sense.

Skadi isn't exactly the Brownies or Boy Scouts. It's pretty obvious that people who congregate here are likely to have somewhat anti-mainstream opinions and beliefs. The kinds of beliefs that the authorities and others take an interest in.

By connecting Skadi to Facebook the authorities get instant access to a goldmine of information on people who may be considered to be potential "fringe political" material.
This is so obvious a child could understand it.

Yes people have a choice whether they want to join or not but let's be realistic here, many are too thick to understand the implications of what they're doing and signing up for.

Whether this decision will necessarily come back to haunt them one day or not... who knows? It just isn't a particularly smart thing to do.



While I have neither initiated nor created Skadi's presence on social networks and popular broadcasting sites, and do not administer them either, they have been created and are maintained by long-term activists,


It doesn't matter if Goebbels himself maintains or instigated the plan, it's still a dumb plan. There seems to be a major lack of understanding here about the Facebook system.

It makes no difference if the Virgin Mary administers the account, FACEBOOK CONTROLS THIS DATA. FACEBOOK MAKES THIS DATA AVAILABLE TO THE FEDS AND CORPORATIONS.


some of them staff members, with impeccable reputation.


Again, you could have Snow White in charge. That changes nothing.



To insinuate that they would be "naive" and "irresponsible" or are "deliberately encouraging people to expose themselves" is audacious and outrageous.


It's not outrageous at all. At best it is naive and amateurish. At worst it is treachery. I can't judge which scenario applies but either way, neither choice is very appetizing.


Not to my surprise, you fail to provide any evidence to back up these allegations.

LOL

You need to learn a few basic facts of Internet life then come back and revisit your statement.

If you honestly believe that Facebook data isn't and cannot be mined by the Corps and Feds..... I have no words.....

Æmeric
Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011, 07:56 PM
This is the guys who controls Facebook: V


http://turbo.inquisitr.com/wp-content/2010/05/zuckerberg1.jpg

I don't think he is above selling the data he is collecting on individuals for personal profit. How else to account for the ridiculous market value of facebook ($80 billion) when they have relatively little ad revenues, it is that potential goldmine of personal data driving its market value. And since he is a Jew he would have no qualms about going after White/Europid racialists. But it is much more likely that the data would be sold to private marketers then given to various law enforcement groups. Anyone in a country where participating in Skadi could be a crime should just avoid the Skadi Facebook group.

Sigurd
Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011, 10:59 PM
By connecting Skadi to Facebook the authorities get instant access to a goldmine of information on people who may be considered to be potential "fringe political" material.
This is so obvious a child could understand it.

Skadi is a public forum where everyone can read, except for restricted sections that are f.ex. Regulars or Funding Members only. And for those sections all it takes is a clever infiltrator who keeps low profile cleverly enough to gather the same information about people.

Other than that, it is everyone's choice to sign up at Facebook or not, sign up with their real name or not, to become a member of the Skadi Forum group, etc. etc. etc. This being said, I fear the authorities not. I am an activist and they likely have a hefty file on me already. ;)

Sissi
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011, 06:43 AM
It's not Skadi who asks you to give your real information to the Internet. We use usernames here, not real names. A safe thing to do if you want to protect your identity is to not provide any personal information in the first place, anywhere on the Internet, especially in the open. There are many things which can happen aside from the authorities keeping a file on your political activities. There is identity theft, harassment and many more.

We can all read the arguments against joining the FaceBook group, but as we've also read in this thread, that there are people, who aren't afraid to connect themselves, their full identity, to Skadi. It's also their choice and it's equally allowable as the choice not to join. The group continues to exist and it's open for the their category, while the first category can avoid the group.

But as Thorburn explained, the page is not there to create an additional platform where existing members can chat anyway. We're not going to transfer over to FaceBook. The point is to inform new people of our forum's existence and attract new visitors to our forum - and where better can we advertise it than on social media platforms, where most of the people today congregate. We've already advertised Skadi on MySpace and YouTube, and gained many visitors and new members this way. Since it was a positive experience for our growth, FaceBook is the next step.

By the way, FaceBook is not the only network that collects data. So does your mail provider, and nearly every website you browse. At the very least, your Internet provider logs your whole activity, every site you've used. They know that you've signed up on both FaceBook and Skadi, even if you don't join the Skadi group. You don't have to link them, the link still exists there, in the log files, and can be used one day.

But last as Sigurd said, Skadi is a public forum anyway, and many people post personal data here, and put together, the information can be used to identify someone. So it goes back to the main issue, which is not providing personal data.

RoyBatty
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011, 08:31 AM
I don't think he is above selling the data he is collecting on individuals for personal profit. How else to account for the ridiculous market value of facebook ($80 billion) when they have relatively little ad revenues, it is that potential goldmine of personal data driving its market value.


EXACTLY! There is no such thing as a free lunch. Facebook isn't financed with "virtual dollars". :thumbup


And since he is a Jew he would have no qualms about going after White/Europid racialists.

Goes without saying. And educational facilities etc.

An example, it doesn't specifically mention the use of "Facebook", it also concentrates on the "Islamic" threat but it's a sign of things to come.


A review of policy on radicalisation will call for more monitoring of students by university and college lecturers, the BBC understands.

Calls for more analysis of work to look for signs of a growing threat are likely to be resisted by staff who fear they would be seen as spies.

The review, by Lib Dem Lord Carlile, is likely to be published in May.

It is examining policy on dealing with the threat, mainly to young men, from extremists looking to recruit them.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-12752173



But it is much more likely that the data would be sold to private marketers then given to various law enforcement groups.


BOTH are highly probable. CIA Venture Capital helped fund Facebook. The Police in the UK frequently gather information on "subjects of interest" via Facebook. I'm sceptical that they would be subject to "data privacy / protection" restrictions.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/jan/14/facebook


I understand the arguments about those who are happy to advertise themselves on the Internet but through a system like Facebook they also expose everybody else who they are in contact with. Many Facebook users are too daft to do basic research on how they expose themselves after joining up and don't realise what they're doing.

Yes it's possible to collect information via other means but it's painstaking and hard work. It's not the kind of thing that is going to be done on random people. It's done on "people of interest only". Via Facebook, all this information is automatically gathered and collected in a convenient central location. It requires zero effort on behalf of the Feds and Corporations. The dumb users who volunteer their personal information do all this work for them.

That's the (evil) genius behind this whole system!!!!

"Skadi" may not "provide this information" but this information is not under Skadi control is it? It's under FACEBOOK control. Skadi acts as a Facebook concentration point, it then delivers a neatly packaged user demographic group to Facebook which can be accessed at the click of a button. No matter how noble Skadi's intentions in all this may be, they've done a significant part of the groundwork by encouraging members to submit their ID's into the system.

Information is power & Facebook is one of the ultimate general population aimed profiling tools. Yes there are other ways of doing it but I can't think of many which come close to Facebook in terms of efficiency and thoroughness.

Anyway, I've made my point. Imo this venture is madness.

Sigurd
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011, 10:47 AM
By the way, FaceBook is not the only network that collects data. So does your mail provider, and nearly every website you browse. At the very least, your Internet provider logs your whole activity, every site you've used.

...and generally every second company you phone up. "Our calls will be recorded/our e-mails will be saved for 'training purposes'." The whole thing about calls recorded or e-mails saved for 'training purposes' sounds a little like a press release by the Ministry of Truth. ;)


They know that you've signed up on both FaceBook and Skadi, even if you don't join the Skadi group. You don't have to link them, the link still exists there, in the log files, and can be used one day.

And it would be otherwise easy to find out, even if the authorities don't have a name. They were able to pinpoint down the Muslim terrorist that wanted to blow himself up on the flight to Chicago couple of years ago in December and his identity on an internet forum within days.

They'll be able to do the same with us, regardless of how much information or how little information we provide. The point is that for now they're just storing it in a huge big file on us, that they're not going to use until they have a stronger case against us - where it becomes "corroborating evidence".

Only 100% safe way is packing no more than a rucksack, a bottle of water and a gun and leaving for the mountains to live as a hermit. :P

Thusnelda
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011, 01:28 PM
Well, I can only speak for myself, but I´m very sceptical about such Web 2.0 portals like Myspace or Facebook. I don´t have any accounts there and I´m not going to create one as I have serious worries regarding data mining and data selling, information storage and other privacy aspects. :| I know that Facebook or Myspace are modern and good means to gain new members and maintain a fan-base because these portals are absolutely trendy these days (like a "must-have": Someone who has no facebook profile is considered as "backward" in some circles), but the negative aspects outweigh the positive aspects for me.

Weitgereister
Sunday, April 3rd, 2011, 01:54 AM
I joined the facebook page. It is interesting to put a face with their posts.

Sinklars_Visa
Sunday, July 3rd, 2011, 04:59 PM
I'm new here but I have joined the Facebook Group too. :)

OneEye
Monday, July 4th, 2011, 08:04 AM
A Skadi Forum group has been created on Facebook to help get the word out. I thought I'd advertise it to our current membership as well, since this group will become more visible to members we'd consider welcome at Skadi as people with similar group memberships (such as with Germanic Pride or Against Multiculturism) joins.

Here's the link: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=80168035495#/group.php?gid=80168035495

The downside is coloreds and antis coming in and flooding our threads with non-sensical bull.

hyidi
Friday, July 8th, 2011, 04:59 PM
I am joining up!

The face book account I am using has a bogus last name and a bogus home town,so no Jew can't hunt be down,rape me, torture me, then brainwash me, then place me in jail for free speech,ect.....!

ozhammer
Sunday, July 10th, 2011, 07:13 PM
I am joining up!

The face book account I am using has a bogus last name and a bogus home town,so no Jew can't hunt be down,rape me, torture me, then brainwash me, then place me in jail for free speech,ect.....!

Well its not bad but bugger all posts. Keep to the email
Good watch out for All Foreigners they are the enemy and I would hope no Foreign invader would attempt such a thing on you or they would be dealt with accordingly

Salvio
Monday, August 15th, 2011, 03:31 PM
I've just joined...

Anthraxinsoup
Friday, September 9th, 2011, 12:59 AM
Make no hate speech. The Slavic Union got shut down for saying that Israel should be in war not Europe. Some Anti-fa kept making accounts and posting shit.

Gardisten
Friday, September 9th, 2011, 03:04 AM
I hate facebook. I do have an account though, but don't "friend" anyone--including relatives (which apparently has caused a few issues).

Steelfront
Sunday, September 25th, 2011, 10:26 AM
I will join it too! ;)

Stormraaf
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016, 03:30 PM
We've changed our Facebook presence from a closed group to a more visible (and more manageable) "page" that you can "like" and show to your "friends", if that's your sort of thing. From time to time we'll update its newsfeed with links and blurbs back to popular current discussions here on the forum.

Skadi on Facebook (http://tinyurl.com/jp6qj22)

Catterick
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016, 04:55 PM
Not while they gather data such as phone numbers. Twitter and such get by without demanding such so can FB.

Shadow
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016, 11:36 PM
I will join Facebook just as soon as they pay me $2000.00 per month in exchange for my data.

Rodskarl Dubhgall
Wednesday, February 19th, 2020, 03:43 PM
I used to have this Skadi group on my old profile, but they don't let you delete your account and I had to constantly post racial joke memes to get banned. My free time is spent better here than there anyway.

Rodskarl Dubhgall
Monday, March 2nd, 2020, 12:19 PM
Since I lack privileges to post threads in this subforum, I wonder about Skadi on Twitter, which seems deactivated, but the link is still available at the bottom of the forum and I never noticed any of them embedded there before:

https://twitter.com/skadiforum

Theunissen
Wednesday, March 4th, 2020, 05:03 PM
Since I lack privileges to post threads in this subforum, I wonder about Skadi on Twitter, which seems deactivated, but the link is still available at the bottom of the forum and I never noticed any of them embedded there before:

https://twitter.com/skadiforum


Well, a presence on all suitable social media would be nice. Perhaps even a youtube channel mirroring or trailering videos of interest.