Why does FANDOM and its staff seem to have connections to a notorious cyber-harassment forum site called Kiwi Farms? That website is a breeding ground for internet extremism, and people knows it, especially since the Capitol riots in January. The site’s owner is Joshua Conner “Null” Moon, a former 8chan employee, who was even too extreme for them was fired from the website for admission to watching child porn… Joshua Conner Moon (aka Null) is a well-known neo-nazi and pedophile who started a thread called “Insurrection 2021” on his forums, believed to be one of the inciting areas of the riots. Its members include NerdShamer and Analog Devolved to name a few.
There are some users who maintains contacts and connections to the members of Kiwi Farms. Logo Wiki @StoneKnightMan has an account registered on Kiwi Farms. Another Kiwi Farms user, called NerdShamer, has some interactions with the staff and users; @Kirkburn is among them. Do you have any morals or ethics to address this, knowing that leaving Kiwi Farms alone mean more problems in the future when it comes to protecting ourselves on FANDOM and elsewhere? As with NerdShamer, The Un-Clit, Begemot, HumanHive, Frank D'arbo, Just A Butt, StreetGangsta, Randall Fragg, Battlecruiser3000ad, Joshua Connor "Null" Moon, and Adamska, most of which had participated in the thread that somehow sparked the Capitol riots, one is present in the September 2019 leak on Doxbin.
I feel that the FBI and any authorities should be looking actively investigating and looking into this, if they aren’t already. Plus, there’s is going to be a reform of Section 230, the rule that protects internet companies such as FANDOM from liability over what is being posted, as well as the actions taken by users and staff alike. FANDOM and its staffers need to come clean.
I fight as I always have in the name of kindness, empathy, positivity, and the protection of innocence and emotional vulnerability across the globe.
EDIT: I've found links and a thread.
EDIT #2: @GethN7 has responded and is willing to help.