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When Nazi images intermingled with Confederate flags during the rally, some Charlottesville 2.0 participants seemed disappointed they weren’t able to keep their group swastika-free.“Welp one group decided to bring swastika flags because I saw multiple on streams,” wrote one user.Originally created for video gaming enthusiasts to converse via text and calls while playing their favorite games, Discord became a meetup place for members of the far right in the run-up to the 2016 election.Many of the Discord channels Reveal reviewed were shut down by the company in the days following the Charlottesville rally.“Going up to MSNBC and them interviewing you saying we should kill every non-white on the planet – I don’t necessarily have an issue with listening to that on a podcast or whatever, but if you are going to do something like that, even if it’s your true belief, that’s not the objective of this rally,” Unite the Right organizer Eli Mosley said during a conference call in the days leading up to the Aug. “The objective is to gain sympathy for a pro-white rally and against an erasure of history and this communist shit that we all are aware of,” he said.Mosley, who took over leadership of the white nationalist group Identity Evropa earlier this week, cautioned against extreme violence: “If this rally turns into a crazy street brawl that we started, that’s not as good as if we had gone there, said what we had to say, and let the left look like idiots.” This planning occurred via the online platform Discord.

A representative from Unicorn Riot said that he had seen white supremacist chat rooms in the Discord app while participants were still actively chatting.

Circa 1990-something, a chatroom was a place you could virtually go to interact with other people. This was before AOL’s free instant messaging service, AIM, took over. Maybe later when you weren’t tying up the phone line while logged on to the Internet (only the lucky could do both at the same time).

In AOL chatrooms, you could chose from one of the MANY categories and enter a chatroom to find a bunch of fucking weirdos saying weird fucking things to one another. You were all about maximizing the amount of people you talked to online, and the best way to do that was through the chatroom.

You have comment sections on articles, on Facebook posts, on Instagram pictures, etc.

Are you aware that this is a forum which is entirely different from a chat room?

A representative from Unicorn Riot said that he had seen white supremacist chat rooms in the Discord app while participants were still actively chatting.

Circa 1990-something, a chatroom was a place you could virtually go to interact with other people. This was before AOL’s free instant messaging service, AIM, took over. Maybe later when you weren’t tying up the phone line while logged on to the Internet (only the lucky could do both at the same time).

In AOL chatrooms, you could chose from one of the MANY categories and enter a chatroom to find a bunch of fucking weirdos saying weird fucking things to one another. You were all about maximizing the amount of people you talked to online, and the best way to do that was through the chatroom.

You have comment sections on articles, on Facebook posts, on Instagram pictures, etc.

Are you aware that this is a forum which is entirely different from a chat room?

On AIM, you could create your own “private” chatrooms, inviting only people you knew to them — which became the cool way to socialize outside of school (or at school if you were in “keyboarding class” or something). TYPES OF CHATROOMS We briefly touched on this before, but there were a lot of different types of chatrooms out there on AOL.