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originally posted by: Shamrock6
Just curious...couldn't come up with a better operation title than something from Harry Potter? Really?
Operation ‘DeathEaters’ comes after the group’s action dubbed #OpCharlieHebdo, when Anonymous declared war on terrorist websites. The hacktivists promised to shut down all extremist accounts on social media in a mission to avenge those killed in the Charlie Hebdo attacks in France. READ MORE: #OpCharlieHebdo: Anonymous declares war on terrorist websites In the past, the group has successfully attacked many websites, including government, military, religious, and commercial pages. Anonymous often calls for Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, in which particular servers are swarmed and taken off the web with a massive amount of network requests. However, the group is also known for urging a collective action against suspected rapists or pedophiles, such as in the cases of Amanda Todd, Rehtaeh Parsons and Daisy Coleman.
#OpDeathEaters is, according to the Anons, perhaps their most important operation. Their agenda is to identify pedophile activity (it should be noted that #OpDeathEaters uses the term “pedosadism,” instead, decrying the use of ‘philia,’ a suffix interpreted to mean love or liking, which they say is a completely inaccurate term for child rape), expose child sex trafficking and child rape, and seek “victim-led inquiry” and tribunal, or judgment, of the guilty parties.
What Anonymous is calling for in #OpDeathEaters is somewhat open to question. The objectives could easily be read as a call to vigilantism, but Anonymous maintains that it doesn’t tell anyone what to do. However, they do advise that those who would join the movement should investigate pedosadist activity in their own areas, and spread the information publicly.
Anonymous internet collective, a group well-known for attacking corporate and government websites, is again in news and this time it is planning to expose international Pedophile networks. Anonymous’ project is partly prompted by the contentions of cover-up of the suspected 1980s Westminster Pedophile ring as well as the emergence of new questions regarding Jeffrey Epstein’s influence network. Epstein, a billionaire financier and Prince Andrew’s friend, was convicted of sex offenses.
originally posted by: AnonSocialNetwork
Yes, the name is chosen, and as it stands; now branded and it will not be changed. Some like it, and some do not, but with regards to the definition it does encompasses the nature of these individuals:
The retired officers who first investigated the allegations more than 30 years ago have provided explosive testimony to the Yard’s new probe.
The pair have made written statements to the Met Police about the VIP network which they claim was known as The Untouchables because they were too powerful to bring to justice.
It is believed the ex-cops – one of them Special Branch – told the current inquiry that they were ordered NOT to investigate the group.
originally posted by: everyone
I have seen claims...since about the year 2000 for the first time and they all originated from radical feminist movements.
Woman vs man is going to be the new White vs black and it is being propagated everywhere at a much higher speed lately. I do not trust the phantom that is called "Anonymous" at all.