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Kiwi Anon Anonymous 12/19/2019 (Thu) 11:11:13 No. 15713
Thought i'd jump on the train and put these stickers round my town. Sloppy work but its what I had lying around. The risk is upto 14 years in prison. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2019/03/chief-censor-bans-christchurch-shooting-video-distributors-could-face-jail.html so if no updates you know why. This is not just spreading knowledge. IT IS A FREE SPEECH PROTEST in a liberal fascist country. I am doing this because when the attack happened I instantly hated Brenton. It wasn't until I looked into why I began to wake up and understand. Now I know he is a saint and a true hero of my country. I want my people to know what I know. So they will no longer look at him as a terrorist and we can stand together united. I have placed some under a swingset outside a primary school. Got to educate the youth. Also left a little suprise for the jewboys. This is just the beginning. More to come.

Links:
 https://anonfile.com/V6G8R5Gdn8/Saint_Tarrant_mp4

 https://anonfiles.com/D8O0Q1Ganf/The_Great_Replacementconvertito_pdf

 https://anonfiles.com/1fSaQ7Gbn4/AndersBehringBreivikManifesto_pdf

 https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=89a_1311444384
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>>15716
Thank you. I was going to do QR codes but lack access to a printer at the moment. Counting on curiosity to get the job done here. Which is a bit hopeful. But I will keep hopes high until I do level up.
>>15713
Direct link to The Great Replacement https://ia800906.us.archive.org/14/items/TheGreatReplacementManifesto/20190315.pdf

Long URL but you can use URL shorteners. Much better than having to download from a shady looking site

Bitchute link to video https://www.bitchute.com/video/OFtr5kDOz7yh/
>>15719
Thanks anon I'll most likely use the Great Replacement link but sadly the bitchute one can't be accessed in NZ and I doubt many normies use VPNs. Maybe I could teach them that too.
>>15721
>the bitchute one can't be accessed in NZ

WEW
How many websites are still blocked there?
>>15718
>Uses printer
>Tracking dots trace it back to you
>You get v&
Kek
Even if you use a laser printer there could be hidden tracking codes that have not been disclosed yet, like subtly modulating the darkness of the print.
The best thing to do might be to not do illegal stuff at all. Tarrant and the other terrorists are not helping our cause. We must not be distracted by the glowniggers into committing immoral and useless terror attacks instead of engaging in pragmatic political action.
>>15739
> reliable source of 1 (one) case where people were arrested on the base of detecting their printer

Happened to mudshits in Germany/Austria. Source only in german

>Der Drucker führte zu dem Verdächtigen
Printer lead to the suspects

https://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/article190908645/ICE-Attacken-in-Deutschland-Terrorverdaechtiger-von-Elite-Einheit-in-Oesterreich-festgenommen.html


I heard that some people are using a (small) thermoprinter for traceless print.
>>15713
Good job anon! Commendable!

Some words of advise, though. I worked some time in marketing and its a fact that almost nobody, maybe 1 in 200 people, type in links like that.
Better use QR-codes and print them out; you can avoid the associated risk by buying one dirt cheap (garage sale for example) and use it only once exclusively for your mission and throw it away after that.

The other thing is, you mustn't write in hand, it's really pretty unique to a person. Use a template for the letters
>>15741
Then you can do like >>15742 suggests.
>didn't lurk 2 years
>shows handwriting
>takes traceable photos
>leaks geolocation in post
>what is OPSEC.jpg
If you're not a larping fed you're a faggot.
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>>15716
>>15718
>>15742
To be Honest, QR-codes are overrated too. Very few people are going to scan them unless it's accompanied by a message that sparks curiosity (like pic related).
Another technique anons have suggested is using an image that says something like "to receive a free coupon, scan this code".

OP really wasted his time copying all those links by hand. Nobody is going to use them and even if they do, if there is just one mistake in the link, it won't even work.
It would have been much more efficient to make more stickers with short slogans.

>>15747
He's probably just a newfag kid.
Any agency that could track him down via his handwriting could also just track him down via his internet activity.
Still, it doesn't hurt to be cautious.
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>>15760
>pic related
forgot the pic
>>15760
I'll accompany my QR codes by a message. Something like "Ebba Åkerlund", Saffie-Rose Roussos, Taqiyya or some violent Quran verses. If a message is accompanied, people will definitely have a higher chance of scanning. Majority of people definitely won't care, but as long as I can just get one person to scan it, my goal is accomplished.
>>15762
>Something like "Ebba Åkerlund", Saffie-Rose Roussos, Taqiyya or some violent Quran verses.
>"Ebba Åkerlund", Saffie-Rose Roussos
This won't work. They are just 2 random names to at least 90% of the passerby's.
And just having the word "Taqiyya" next to it won't work either.
It needs to be something provocative, that most of the population understands, and/or it has to be funny.
>>15763
I disagree. obviously, 95-99% of people just ignore QR codes, message accompanied or not, but it's not about reminding people of things they already know. It's about raising awareness. Saying something funny will make it seem like it's not serious. I'm not going to try and provoke people either. Nobody will scan my QR code if they get offended by the message accompanied. I think it's good if the message accompanied is something they don't know too much about. Something mysterious like a simple name. Plus, I've never seen a QR code around my area ever. Surely it will get a few scans from curious people. Like when they are waiting at the busstop. People are just not going to scan a QR code that references Breivik or something except if they're already Breivik supporters, and they aren't my target demographic either.
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>>15766
I didn't necessarily mean provocative as in offensive. Maybe I used the wrong word.
Anyway, what I meant was that a single name next to a QR code is not going to lead people to scant it.
It needs to spark curiosity like pic related.
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>>15766
Here's some simpler examples. Just google "QR code jokes". You could even make your own joke where the punchline is something related to Tarrant.
>>15713
>liberal fascist
Don't you mean Commie/socialist?
>>15741
>>15739
<According to the "Kronen-Zeitung", the printer used for the letter is said to have led the investigators to the apartment in Vienna-Simmering. Social housing is housed in the building.

It sound like they already knew about the printer. And that printer was used by others to make propaganda, so they just looked up the people living in that place and found he was the man they were after.

I'm not convinced that anyone can be traced to a printer in their private home. That's something you might see on CSI, but never actually happens irl.
Update:
Made a few more drops, one outside a mosque, but will take advice and up my game. Might just do what Brenton said and use memes. Also thanks for ban fag.
>>15784
kek

Poor guy, why did you ban him?
I approve and appreciate your effort OP.
>>15774
What did the Arab say to the Australian?
Help me, help me.webm
>>15784
Anon who did something similar here. I appreciate your service a lot, OP. But be very, very careful - don't post directly from your phone if it's not safe in your country, conceal your identity, in real life and online. I printed my QRs together with a sticker that reads 'merry christmas' with a cartoon. If it's safe for you, put the QRs or whatever else you may have up on places where people don't just walk by; bus stations are a good choice. Be careful, my friend - best of luck for further actions. Be sure to Tor post next time.
>>15737
Tracking dots are only on color printers. Basically anything high resolution enough to print somewhat believable fake currency. If you are worried, buy a printer off craigslist or get one from goodwill.

Remember that inkjet will run in the rain, laser is waterproof. Not that these stickers will be up for a long time, but they might.
>>15741
I can't tell from the translation, but it doesn't conclude that they used a printer in their home. The translation says "printer" but for all I know they were going down to kinkos or using a printer at the library.

>>15747
Fug, doesn't nein strip exif data? I always strip mine just to be sure, but...

>>15760
Even a simple "They don't want you to know this..." would work I bet.
>>15834
If you wheatpaste them they will be up much longer
>>15774
Why did the Muslim cross the street?
to get away from Brenton Tarrant
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>>15850
Actually chuckled.
bump against the slide raid
>>15713
kiwi anon?

I'm suprised you got hte purity spiral the right way around.

If you want to red pill people, talk to them. Most kiwis I know are red pilled already, and only a vocal (mostly female) minority support all the UN migration BS.

NZ is a powder keg just waiting for a match.

The police are also recruiting hard, and they are sloppy. Be like the rest of us and get into their ranks. They have the best weapons.
>>16084
>NZ is a powder keg just waiting for a match.
elaborate please
>>15768

/pol/ never ceases to impress me with its creativity
>>15768
What's the biggest lie a terrorist ever told?
I've been sent to secure the Island
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>>16918
I see what you did there.
>>15737
Use raspberry pi you bought with cash.
Use printer you bought from craigslist.
Use public wifi only without your phone with you.
Proceed from there.
>>15713
>>15713
Just a heads up, pretty much ever printer is compromised at this point. Now you could get creative and have them purchased from overseas or printed by a friend far away or in a safer country to print them and just ship them in the mail. I know that's a lot of work tho so it's all a matter of how bad you care about OpSec.

>'(Added 2017) REMINDER: IT APPEARS LIKELY THAT ALL RECENT COMMERCIAL COLOR LASER PRINTERS PRINT SOME KIND OF FORENSIC TRACKING CODES, NOT NECESSARILY USING YELLOW DOTS. THIS IS TRUE WHETHER OR NOT THOSE CODES ARE VISIBLE TO THE EYE AND WHETHER OR NOT THE PRINTER MODELS ARE LISTED HERE. THIS ALSO INCLUDES THE PRINTERS THAT ARE LISTED HERE AS NOT PRODUCING YELLOW DOTS.

>This list is no longer being updated.'

https://www.eff.org/pages/list-printers-which-do-or-do-not-display-tracking-dots
> Printers
Don't use color printers. You don't need them and they're gay. If you want color, paint stuff with sharpies.

Buy an old BlackWhite laserprinter like the old kyocera FS-1020d, or something for 30$. Not only are those really excellent printers, they also can only print black dots, which can easily be spotted with magnifying classes. That makes hiding a tracking code very hard, so there probably is none. As they have very old-style large toner containers, you also can be sure, that there's nothing but black toner in the printer.

Newer BW printers use toner containers, which theoretically could hide some small container with less-visible ink/toner for adding a tracking code, but the old ones made for businesses can't. Their toner cartridges are refillable and only slightly more complex than a waterbottle.

I'd also like to mention, that everything leaves physical traces, which can be found by forensics. They probably can even prove with which sharpie you painted the funny-looking swastika. But it's a huge difference, whether they get a nice encoded serial number, or just some random blotch with slightly unique characteristics.

Also think about making QR code stencils for spraypainting. You'd have to make several stencils per QR-code, and spraypaint only parts of the code with every stencil, but if you work cleanly, and align the templates right, it's possible to spraypaint QR codes. Cutting the stencils is work, but it's doable.
>>15713
ring the bark on the tree
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