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Donors to Canadian Freedom Convoy Threatened After Being Doxxed by Hackers and Media

Donors to Canadian Freedom Convoy Threatened After Being Doxxed by Hackers and Media

“Ottawa’s Stella Luna Gelato Café was forced to close Tuesday after receiving threats when owner Tammy Giuliani’s name appeared on a hacked list of GiveSendGo donors”

The left is determined to destroy the lives of people for not only participating in the Canada Freedom Convoy, but even just for supporting it.

Hackers have gone after donors and exposed their information. Some media outlets are even publishing the information, leading to threats.

The Ottawa Citizen reports:

Threats close Stella Luna Gelato Café after owner’s name appears in GiveSendGo data leak

Ottawa’s Stella Luna Gelato Café was forced to close Tuesday after receiving threats when owner Tammy Giuliani’s name appeared on a hacked list of GiveSendGo donors to the Ottawa “Freedom Convoy.”

Giuliani says that she now regrets making her $250 donation on Feb. 5 and that staff in the shop had begun receiving threats Monday morning after her donation was posted on Twitter.

“We got a call from the team saying, ‘We’re getting phone calls here,’” Giuliani said in a phone interview Monday afternoon. “I said, ‘What’s going on?’ and they said, ‘They’re threatening to throw bricks through our window. They’re threatening to come and get us.’ We said, ‘Lock the door and we’ll find out what’s going on.’”

Giuliani said she ordered the shop closed and staff to go home for their own safety. She said she intended to report the threats to police.

The Washington Post is getting in on this action, too.

The Post Millennial reports:

Washington Post seeks to dox and shame donors to Canadian freedom protesters

After crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo was hacked over the weekend and information was leaked about who had donated to the Canadian truckers’ freedom convoy, the CBC and CTV both began contacting those donors. Now the Washington Post has joined their ranks and are contacting people to ask why they donated.

An email shared by journalist Saagar Enjeti appeared to be by a reporter with the Washington Post, who said they were “writing about leaked data on GiveSendGo contributions to the trucker convoy in Canada.

“Your name and email address are associated with a $40 contribution. Could you please tell me if this matches your records, and either call or reply to this email to share what motivated you to contribute to the campaign?”

Tucker Carlson talked about this last night with Victor Davis Hanson:

Remember, the excuse used for blacking out the Hunter Biden laptop story before the election was that it was based on hacked material. Now, hacked material is apparently just fine.

For four years under Trump, the entire mission of the left, which was fully supported by the media, was “resist.”

Now the message from the same people is “comply” or else.

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The left believes freedom of speech means we are free to say what they want us to say. If we don’t, they will drive us off social media, destroy our business, freeze or confiscate our bank accounts, prevent us from traveling, and ultimately put us into prison. But they still claim we are free to speak.

    scooterjay in reply to georgfelis. | February 17, 2022 at 11:17 am

    I certainly hope the world is awakening to discover the totalitarian nature of the left.

    nordic_prince in reply to georgfelis. | February 17, 2022 at 11:47 am

    They’re also the ones who say “no one is forced” to take the clot shot, then turn around demonize those who don’t – fully approving the implementation of medical apartheid and the complete societal exclusion of the non-vaxxed.

      Diversity, Inequity, and Exclusion (DIE) of the immune, the low-risk, and, paradoxically, inclusion of non-sterilizing vaccinated silent spreaders. That said, planned parent/hood and excessive collateral damage were neither a good nor exclusive Choice.

    Camps are only a few steps further down their list

    The sturmabteilung is hard at work.

The little neon haired punk was bragging about it on TicTok now he understands what it feels like.

    henrybowman in reply to 2smartforlibs. | February 17, 2022 at 11:20 am

    What makes you say that? I haven’t heard anywhere that squat has happened to that self-righteous toad (yet).

    I understand he’s based in Canada. I bet he has a lot of not-friends who are burly truckers.

“Remember, the excuse used for blacking out the Hunter Biden laptop story before the election was that it was based on hacked material. Now, hacked material is apparently just fine.”

Glad you thought to point that out, otherwise I would have.

I would seriously not shed a tear if everybody in the Twitter building died horribly in a fire tomorrow. No different than Mengele’s Auschwitz HQ.

“The left is determined to destroy the lives of people …”

You don’t need the rest of that sentence.

“For four years under Trump, the entire mission of the left, which was fully supported by the media, was “resist.” Now the message from the same people is “comply” or else.”

The first time I heard ‘defund the police’, I knew that they only wanted to defund the police until they controlled the police and the laws they enforce. Scary times we’re living in.

“Remember, the excuse used for blacking out the Hunter Biden laptop story before the election was that it was based on hacked material. Now, hacked material is apparently just fine.”

I’ve never really understood why it’s illegal to be in the possession of stolen physical goods but no problem possessing or publishing stolen digital goods, unless it’s a naked picture.

    henrybowman in reply to 5under3. | February 17, 2022 at 3:28 pm

    Well, that’s certainly not true, as the entire history of DMCA and prosecution of pirate sites prove.

    Under US law, what this guy did would be a federal crime. Unfortunately:
    1. The guy is Canadian;
    2. It takes a significant effort to collect the evidence to prosecute him
    (though less now that the idiot publicly claimed responsibility);
    3. The FBI couldn’t give a shit.

      Milhouse in reply to henrybowman. | February 17, 2022 at 7:47 pm

      No, 5under3 has a point. Sure, stealing information is a felony that could get a person in serious trouble; but possessing the stolen information is not. All the thief has to do is pass it on to someone else, and that person is free to publish it to the world. Cf the Pentagon Papers, the Palin gmail archive, the illegal recording of Newt Gingrich’s telephone conversation, and so many other examples, right down to this story we’re discussing now. The sites that published the donors’ information have broken no law, and 5under3 is asking why.

      Basically the reason is the first amendment, and the difference between stealing goods and finding out information. When we speak of “stolen” information that’s a borrowed term; nothing has actually been stolen. The definition of stealing is taking property with the intent of permanently depriving the owner of its use. That doesn’t happen when you illegally spy on someone and find out information that they’ve kept hidden. So while we use the same language as stealing, it’s really a different kind of thing.

      And we’re limited in what uses of information we can make laws against, because of the first amendment. A law against publishing all illegally obtained information would almost certainly be struck down, especially if the publisher didn’t break any laws in obtaining it; someone else did and then passed it along.

        DaveGinOly in reply to Milhouse. | February 17, 2022 at 8:16 pm

        I generally agree with your analysis, but when music (a computer file) is pirated, that’s considered theft even though the owner hasn’t been “permanently deprived” of the file. We understand the owner has a copyright in the music/data in the file. Copyright adheres automatically to any novel and unique “work,” such as a script, play, book, musical score or performance, upon its creation.
        When GiveSendGo assembled its list of donors, is that a novel and unique “work” protected by copyright? (Nobody else has ever collected and assembled that particular data before, it is almost certainly novel and unique. It’s also an item of intellectual property because such lists have value in the marketplace.)
        Could the NYT publish hacked material when creator of the material holds a copyright in the material?

Welcome to the new hi-tech digital Gulag.

No need for the Stasi to bust down your door and haul you away. They don’t even have to find you. They have informers/hackers who do the work for them for free. Like the wannabe concentration camp commandant who hacked GiveSendGo.

And the leftwing fascist state doesn’t need to waste money on camps anymore either. Or on guards and food and clothing and transport expenses for the inmates.

Instead they make it impossible for thought criminals, unapproved (mostly) peaceful protesters, and other enemies of the state to work, get insurance, rent or buy a residence, bank, get credit, etc.

These enemies of the state can, however, join the homeless living on the streets in big Dem run cities.

Maybe somebody should come up with fake lists of flaming prog people / businesses, and then leak them as “donors”. Then sit back and watch the prog borg feast on itself.

Washington Post, is that property of the U.S. Federal Government or Jeff Bezos? And Twitter privately owned or property of the U.S. Government?

Worth asking because it is a wake up call that we need to put behind this outdated cliché slogan from 30 years ago that the only threat to liberty/freedom is government and acknowledge where power centers actually are. The role of American government in this was that of Republican state governments and it was on our side.

1) Don’t read any emails whose author you do not recognize.
2) If they show up at you door call the police or as an alternative put your foot up their ___ and close the door.

    alaskabob in reply to kjon. | February 17, 2022 at 5:31 pm

    Showing up at your door… In Canada it IS the police. Your foot up this… gets you the RCMP SWAT team… just finished beating up a 84 year old woman or some such.

    Dear Canada… you voted this in and you have no way of shooting your way out. You loved chique pajama boy socialism except he is his father’s son. You have embraced Cuba as a trading partner and vacation there… get used to it or get out/secede.

    FJBiden is taking notes and… it seems… taking names also.

Canada’s Deputy PM announced the government will begin freezing the bank accounts of those who donated to the Freedom convoy:

http://ace.mu.nu/archives/397876.php

Is the Canadian govt this rattled? So far they have:
1. Called everyone who supports the convoy Nazis
2. Unleashed emergency powers to seize financial assets
3. State media following up the doxing of contributors by sending creepy requests for comments
4. Threatened to remove peoples children and now their dogs

The secondary and tertiary impacts are foreseeable;
1. a bank run/financial asset sale of some degree as savers/investors seek to remove their money from the board
2. A broadening of the movement due to the govt creating more opposition in response to it’s actions

Finally the ultimate form of the growing backlash against these heavy handed actions is far from clear. When the govt deliberately chooses to undermine public trust in their institutions and current systems they can’t really be surprised when citizens push back with equal tenacity, but perhaps that’s the goal?

Made a second donation just so I could post this comment with it:

Thanks to truckers for fighting Justin Castro’s vast war crime. Forced injection with the radically experimental mRNA vaccines is a direct violation of the Nuremberg Code. All who help enforce the illegal vax mandates—police, banks, employers—are on notice: “just following orders” is no excuse. Nazis were HUNG for this.

    Milhouse in reply to AlecRawls. | February 17, 2022 at 7:51 pm

    The “Nuremberg Code” is just some private people’s opinion. It is not a law, and nobody can be prosecuted for not following it. Not in a free country, at least.

      DaveGinOly in reply to Milhouse. | February 17, 2022 at 8:25 pm

      Are you saying the principles under which we tried and executed war criminals are just “opinions”?
      Certainly, history demonstrates that mere “opinions” and principles are enforceable by tribunals. If this were not true, certain people would never ended up dangling from ropes. One need only be in the position of strength necessary to make the enforcement a reality.

I heard that it was just the truckers disrupting busiesses in Ottawa, somebody double check the narrative of the day.

    AnAdultInDiapers in reply to buck61. | February 18, 2022 at 8:43 am

    Isn’t Ottawa under a state of emergency? It certainly sounds like people are using threats of violence to shut down a business, the RCMP should be all over this.

    I must have missed the arrests, the bank accounts of those responsible being frozen, Trudeau speaking out against this horrific terrorism..

If this happened to *me*, it would embolden me … not scare me. I might even be tempted to do something illegal to get some revenge. Payback is going to be a bitch.

    jb4 in reply to walls. | February 17, 2022 at 6:44 pm

    Do something LEGAL to get some revenge – never deliver a truckload of goods to Ottawa again.

      henrybowman in reply to jb4. | February 18, 2022 at 7:42 pm

      Did you miss the part where the national government is forcing private businesses to do things for them? They got tired of tow-truck companies pleading sickouts and told them they had to come tow these trucks away on pain of massive fines.
      So nothing will stop them from demanding that truckers make deliveries to Ottawa on pain of massive fines.

Every dictator needs a set of goons who show up when someone doesn’t comply.

This is what Big Tech snd the legacy media do for a living namely suppressing dissenting views

All of the media and tech companies involved in this doxxing are privately owned, the role of the United States Government in this was that several Republican AGs intervened in a private company doing what it wished with money sent to it by people who did not read a user agreement that allowed said company to do is it wished.

This should be a wakeup call that “MUH BIG GOVERNMENT GOV BAAAAD” is a meaningless slogan from 30 years which if true then is not true now and “PRIVATE SECTOR ALWAYS GOOD” is wrong. We are without any institutional power, to gain any we need to use government in other words use the power the voters give us when they give it to us.

    henrybowman in reply to Danny. | February 18, 2022 at 7:45 pm

    Meh. All it is is a wakeup call that too many people relied on a private company that was mousetrapped to screw them, instead of another private company that was perfectly available for use if only they had had the savvy to use it. It’s not even as bad as “Somebody had to build Parler to end-run Twitter” — the end-run already existed. People actually TOLD the truckers that GFM was going to screw them, and they shrugged it off.

      In other words your still a squish the “build your own market dominance, where the public is, you don’t need access to the public square and free speech to participate in a Republic you could go to your echo chamber” type.

      The public square will always be regulated, is regulated today, and was regulated at all times in American history.

      I am impressed that you love the idea that the left set the rules for the public square while we get our “MUH BIG GOVERNMENT BUILD YOUR OWN TWITTER” stuff.

      Why even bother having candidates if you don’t want them to exert any influence besides lowering Jeff Bezos’ taxes.

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