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Said offensive content (especially on YouTube) is due to Karachan members making a provocation/trolling, by labeling it with name. See eg. (talk) 23:21, 8 July 2014 (UTC)


Here is this site [1], where can be seen anything which abuses The Pope? Ad meritum. These films weren't made by Wykop, but by, a local mutation of 4chan. Some users of Wykop with its chairman, Michal Bialek, checked authors of these films and committed it to prosecutors, so users of started to sign the films with logo. Link about it in Polish [2] Links used in this section are not reliable - none of them links to Wykop, one [3] links for a blog, other - to "films" [4]. Everyone can make and post into YouTube film containing e.g. Wikipedia logo - then we will talk about Wikipedia controversy and that Wikipedia abuses Pope? Looking in history of IPs, they often troll in their editions and reasons of editions often contain Polish vulgar words. For example this edition [5] was reasoned as "edytuj jeszcze raz a zrucham ci starą" ("Edit one more time, and I'll fuck you mother"), and other [6] was reasoned as "jan paweł 2 zesrał ci się do buta jebany w dupę wykopku" ("John Paul II took a dump into your shoe, you fucked in the ass Wykop user"). BTW, I think that protection for a week isn't good solving, after this time the trolls will troll again. It should be protected at least for one year (of course, without these false informations). Regards, -- — Preceding unsigned comment added by CzakNoris (talkcontribs) 11:41, 19 April 2015 (UTC)

Why spamming the sides discussed different users? Edit war started in addition try to hide inconvenient information for this page. Are you serious? Got you even reason and human dignity? (talk) 16:05, 19 April 2015 (UTC)
And why are you delete my message from this page? Are you human dignity? (talk) 17:51, 19 April 2015 (UTC)

Edit: Here is a link suggesting that it was made by Karachan users: [7] Translation into English:

Yesterday at 4:45 there was a break-in the Central Examination Commission. The site has been placed film criticizing the Polish education system, as well as photos and videos insulting Pope John Paul II. Media write about the incident to the delight of the burglars, who are members of the site, called the Polish fake 4chan. This information we have checked and confirmed.

The content of the site has been updated several times, which directly shows that access to the site administrator panel CKE had a lot of people. This can significantly impair the operation of the police and catch all guilty of this attack. This meant that the password to the website had to be made available in a public forum, and so it was.

Writing about this matter, the media are fun burglars and persons associated with them. For "Niebezpiecznik" was quoted saying Sebastian Gałczyński. ("gała" in Polish means colloquially "football") But this is the character does not exist - it's just one of the most important memes penalties. It is the epitome of a typical young Pole, who walks in tracksuits, drinking cheap beer, and his only entertainment is digging eyeballs'. Silhouette is supposed to be the epitome of all of us, people who are open to the world other than the computer screen. Calling someone on Karachan Sebastian is regarded as an insult, because it is in this environment very pejorative term.

On the other side of reporting about the break on the website CKE also cited Posts roladka_z_przyszlosci and jpIIgmd. It is also the Karachan memes, the second is an abbreviation that develop in the vulgar way offends the Pope John Paul II, which other parties, for example. Kurier Lubelski also distribute information unwittingly insulting the Pope. I'm afraid it might embolden burglars and lead to attacks on more frequently visited pages.

Karachan users often offend various celebrities and authorities impersonating into portals Wykop and Kwejk. Seeing the hacked page CKE immediately thought, who is behind the attack. My suspicions were correct. On channel for random discussion broke approving attack. At the time of writing this post at the entry of the burglary occurred over 600 comments). Sorry Polish anons do not like new users, so secured before their influx. To get on the forum, you must perform a number of operations in AdBlock.

Karachan is one of the most peculiar Polish internet sites. I would compare it to the dark streets of the city, which was once in your life you have to see it to know who should not be.

How Karachan users can make an attack on CKE page? On the canal random someone just gave your login and password for the admin panel. She did it the person who wanted to break without dirtying their hands and risking the intervention of the police. Users of Karachan were only formalities. Looking at the results you will see that they did it, flawlessly ', acting in typical fashion. Offending people dead, including such well-known as Pope John Paul II, Father Popiełuszko whether Lech Kaczynski because there is on the agenda. And these are not light flips in the form of funny pictures. The created contents are often extremely offensive and insulting words that we will not quote here.

I hope the police will find and punish exemplary people responsible for this attack. I look forward to an equally rapid reaction as in the case of a break-in of Prime Minister. --CzakNoris (talk) 19:51, 19 April 2015 (UTC)

There is clearly some malicious trolling here. The controversy is notable and the section should not be removed; however it needs to be rewritten to remove unreliable sources (blog), copyvio hate video, and the broken link. The remaining two sources make it clear that is being targeted by some hackers/trolls who also try to create an impression of being associated with the site. Further, the site and its community are actively crticizing the group and sending takedown notices/etc. for the hate media it creates. All of this needs to be properly clarified. --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| reply here 01:34, 21 April 2015 (UTC)

Do you have any problems with reading? Where you say in the article that behind these actions is JanBlotnik (talk) 10:23, 21 April 2015 (UTC)