The Humanity Party is a fake seeking vote in our name, says Anonymous
With the US presidential elections underway, the fight to get the votes is hotting up. One such party is The Humanity Party which claims to be the offshoot of Anonymous and is seeking votes in the name of Anonymous.
The online hacktivist group, Anonymous has taken a strong opposition to this claim and have said that The Humanity Party have nothing to do with the hacktivist group. According to Anonymous, The Humanity Party is just a front of Christopher M Nemelka, who seeks votes in the name of goodwill generated by Anonymous is U.S.A.
An Anonymous arm has already doxxed Nemelka and published his details online. Anonymous claims that Nemelka is not an Anonymous member but actually pushing Mormon agenda behind all the facade.
The Anonymous have also said that the upcoming LDS Temple Symposium to be hosted by Nemelka is a indication of his true aim behind The Humanity Party.
From Anonymous 4 Justice website :
“Christopher Nemelka will conduct a symposium this Sunday afternoon at the Salt Lake City Main Library on his interpretation of the meaning of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ temple endowment.—Nemelka says he is “the world’s foremost expert on Joseph Smith and Mormonism,” claiming “there is no other person on this earth who knows Joseph Smith and his true history as I do.”Along with claiming to have translated the “sealed portion” of the Book of Mormon, Nemelka has written a biography of Joseph Smith called Without Disclosing My True Identity. Nemelka says he is Joseph’s brother Hyrum, reincarnated, and claims Joseph Smith has regularly visited him.He says in an e-mail that his intention behind the symposium is to get public feedback on a video he has prepared about what goes on in LDS temples.”
The website also claims that AnonHQ is by no means the official news portal of the Anonymous group, is allegedly supporting The Humanity Party.
There have been murmurs in the Anonymous rank and file over US elections and presidential candidate they should support. While it is well within the individual’s right to support any candidate, the Anonymous frowns upon lending their name to any candidate. Anonymous members are beginning to notice and are reacting. In a statement released at the start of February, the group bluntly calls out what others have only speculated.
“It has come to our attention that government agents are acting as Anonymous impostors, and that fake anon’s are using the name of Anonymous to profit financially, spreading political propaganda, favor political parties, using the Anonymous name as their means for revenge attacks on individuals and to create false Anonymous operations,” the Anon Intel Group wrote on their site. Other groups also joined their campaign.
Coming back to The Humanity Party, Anonymous warns that, “they have NOTHING to do with the real Anonymous and these people are FAKE they are using the name of Anonymous for political and financial gain.”