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Anonymous “Hacktivists” Strike a Blow Against ISIS

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posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:09 AM
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a reply to: Bloodydagger




It was an example of how Cyber Space can effect someone in real time because apparently, that concept escapes you.


But I asked this,




Like what in the case of ISIS?


The concept doesn't escape me, I just wasn't talking about it, obviously. I guess that little fact escaped you.

Like I said, observations are not your strong point.





Again, reading comprehension is your friend.





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posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:17 AM
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originally posted by: Bloodydagger

originally posted by: InconspicuousWhistle
a reply to: Bloodydagger

Complete BS. They can just create a new account post a message and the whole MSM will pick it up.


But let's say you are right, how soon are we going to see ISIS give up because of this? How soon will we see ISIS dissapear from the media?



Ive read up on Anonymous and how they have NSA type abilities when it comes to the internet. Meaning, planting a virus on your machine using some backdoor means that actually records you while you're sitting there at the computer doing your thing. Ive heard a lot of horror stories about Anonymous. If you're someone who deals with computers and websites a lot, they are THE group that you don't want against you. They are the ISIS of cyber space so to speak. They themselves are semi terrorists that come off as trying to sound like Robin Hood at times.

I wouldn't put anything against them. They are capable of lot when it comes to these things.


You seem to be under the impression that anonymous is some kind of organisation with members,anyone can be anonymous,it refers to 4chan where everyone is anonymous with no account needed to post on the website,occasionally a lot of people will decide to do something together like hack a website and amongst those people there may be a few very talented hackers which do the most damage.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:19 AM
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originally posted by: InconspicuousWhistle
a reply to: Bloodydagger




It was an example of how Cyber Space can effect someone in real time because apparently, that concept escapes you.


But I asked this,




Like what in the case of ISIS?


The concept doesn't escape me, I just wasn't talking about it, obviously. I guess that little fact escaped you.

Like I said, observations are not your strong point.



I already answered it a few replies back, smart guy. You're reading comprehension truly fails.

...but hey, let me help you out.

Read the title of this post. Read what the original post says. That is your answer. Wasn't so hard now was it?

And before you retort again with your garbage, let me just say that Rome wasn't conquered in a day. These things all have a beginning and they take some time. Again, this isn't about "killing ISIS on the ground" or some other perceived fantasy that you have twisted up and concocted here to use against me. This is about destroying ISIS's online intelligence and crippling their media outlets and recruiting efforts through said outlets. Once Anonymous really gets a bead on the situation, it'll be lights out for ISIS where the Internet is concerned.

Fact of the matter is that ISIS needs to be stopped and when it comes to these things, every little bit helps. While it may seem like a tiny drop in the bucket right now, that may not be the case later on. That tiny drop may start feeling like a boulder being dropped after a while.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:26 AM
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a reply to: Bloodydagger




I already answered it a few replies back, smart guy. You're reading comprehension truly fails.


So you did understand what I asked but still decided to go off on a totally unrelated tangent.

Yep, you are very sharp.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:27 AM
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a reply to: Bloodydagger

I just have to ask and i know others are thinking this . Are you part of ANON . If yes please don't hack my computer and break it . I am poor .



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:29 AM
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a reply to: Bloodydagger




This is about destroying ISIS's online intelligence and crippling their media outlets and recruiting efforts through said outlets. Once Anonymous really gets a bead on the situation, it'll be lights out for ISIS where the Internet is concerned.


And like I said this is BS because the MSM will still report on anything ISIS as soon as it is posted through whatever proxy. People that have the ISIS mindset will still find their way to them. ISIS will still be backed by powerful forces.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:30 AM
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originally posted by: amurphy245

originally posted by: Bloodydagger

originally posted by: InconspicuousWhistle
a reply to: Bloodydagger

Complete BS. They can just create a new account post a message and the whole MSM will pick it up.


But let's say you are right, how soon are we going to see ISIS give up because of this? How soon will we see ISIS dissapear from the media?



Ive read up on Anonymous and how they have NSA type abilities when it comes to the internet. Meaning, planting a virus on your machine using some backdoor means that actually records you while you're sitting there at the computer doing your thing. Ive heard a lot of horror stories about Anonymous. If you're someone who deals with computers and websites a lot, they are THE group that you don't want against you. They are the ISIS of cyber space so to speak. They themselves are semi terrorists that come off as trying to sound like Robin Hood at times.

I wouldn't put anything against them. They are capable of lot when it comes to these things.


You seem to be under the impression that anonymous is some kind of organisation with members,anyone can be anonymous,it refers to 4chan where everyone is anonymous with no account needed to post on the website,occasionally a lot of people will decide to do something together like hack a website and amongst those people there may be a few very talented hackers which do the most damage.


It sounds like they are an organization to me. Albeit, loosely, but they are organized.

Again, they aren't some kids in moms basement hacking into someones twitter account. They are a lot more dynamic than that. A lot more. They have members from all walks of life and all ages.

The Interpol doesn't go after small potatoes.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:32 AM
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a reply to: hutch622

He is just an annoying anon fanboy who is totally delusional about the reach of his idols.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:32 AM
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Don't kill me. I have that nagging feeling and suspicious that all this, is related. "ISIS, Anon, One World Order etc." Its one entity working in the back ground to cause major havoc all over the world. The US, Russia and basically all governments around the world is trying to get their end agenda. Every thing is leading up to something. What that is, is the million dollar question. We can all guess and make up our own ideas. I say watch and see what develops.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:34 AM
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The Interpol doesn't go after small potatoes.


So why does anon have to attack ISIS? Why doesn't Interpol hack ISIS accounts?



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:38 AM
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originally posted by: Bloodydagger

originally posted by: amurphy245

originally posted by: Bloodydagger

originally posted by: InconspicuousWhistle
a reply to: Bloodydagger

Complete BS. They can just create a new account post a message and the whole MSM will pick it up.


But let's say you are right, how soon are we going to see ISIS give up because of this? How soon will we see ISIS dissapear from the media?



Ive read up on Anonymous and how they have NSA type abilities when it comes to the internet. Meaning, planting a virus on your machine using some backdoor means that actually records you while you're sitting there at the computer doing your thing. Ive heard a lot of horror stories about Anonymous. If you're someone who deals with computers and websites a lot, they are THE group that you don't want against you. They are the ISIS of cyber space so to speak. They themselves are semi terrorists that come off as trying to sound like Robin Hood at times.

I wouldn't put anything against them. They are capable of lot when it comes to these things.


You seem to be under the impression that anonymous is some kind of organisation with members,anyone can be anonymous,it refers to 4chan where everyone is anonymous with no account needed to post on the website,occasionally a lot of people will decide to do something together like hack a website and amongst those people there may be a few very talented hackers which do the most damage.


It sounds like they are an organization to me. Albeit, loosely, but they are organized.

Again, they aren't some kids in moms basement hacking into someones twitter account. They are a lot more dynamic than that. A lot more. They have members from all walks of life and all ages.

The Interpol doesn't go after small potatoes.


Like i said anyone can be anonymous (on the website 4chan) ,1 group of people might do something that another anonymous group might be against ,if you were a talented hacker and hacked into a goverment website you could claim it was anonymous even though its got nothing to do with anyone else,there may be an organised group of hackers that calls itself anonymous but that would have nothing to do with the rest of anonymous.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:39 AM
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originally posted by: InconspicuousWhistle
a reply to: Bloodydagger




The Interpol doesn't go after small potatoes.


So why does anon have to attack ISIS? Why doesn't Interpol hack ISIS accounts?


Because ISIS is funded by the USA,just like al qaida.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:42 AM
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originally posted by: InconspicuousWhistle
a reply to: Bloodydagger




I already answered it a few replies back, smart guy. You're reading comprehension truly fails.


So you did understand what I asked but still decided to go off on a totally unrelated tangent.

Yep, you are very sharp.


That tangent was very relevant. It was explaining how the internet can effect people. Which is a concept that escapes that pea brain of yours. So I was trying to help you since you seem to be a special kind of special.


originally posted by: InconspicuousWhistle
a reply to: Bloodydagger




This is about destroying ISIS's online intelligence and crippling their media outlets and recruiting efforts through said outlets. Once Anonymous really gets a bead on the situation, it'll be lights out for ISIS where the Internet is concerned.


And like I said this is BS because the MSM will still report on anything ISIS as soon as it is posted through whatever proxy. People that have the ISIS mindset will still find their way to them. ISIS will still be backed by powerful forces.



Even if it slows it down, its done the job. Remember, I said that this is about crippling them and their online efforts. But again, I said if Anonymous ever gets a true bead on them, then its over where the net is concerned. They'll be another footnote that Anonymous sent to the internet graveyard.

And I'm certain that Anonymous is instantly alerted when new content arrives and its promptly taken down by Anonymous. ISIS doesn't have the stamina or the willpower to continually fight a cyber war like that. Why? Because as you said, they are too busy and worried about fighting the real war "in real time" on the ground


Every little bit helps when it comes to wiping out sub-humans like ISIS.
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posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:44 AM
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a reply to: TrueBrit

Well said TrueBrit.

Hopefully it stings like F%$# and brings a tear to the eye at least.

Kind Regards
Myselfaswell



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 03:58 AM
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That tangent was very relevant. It was explaining how the internet can effect people. Which is a concept that escapes that pea brain of yours.


But I wasn't talking about how anon can potentially affect normal internet using citizens. That is not what your thread is about. We were talking about how it affects ISIS.

The word is affect, not effect mr Brain.

So how long is it going to take before ISIS starts to fade because of anon?

Why is anon not going after the lies and corruption of the western governments but instead go after some boogieman?

ISIS, childporn networks. Let them expose the real crooks that run it all. They won't.

Because they are tools.




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posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 04:02 AM
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So a collective group of hackers likely manufactured or at the very least, deeply infiltrated, has taken down the Twitter and Facebook accounts of a collective group of terrorists likely manufactured. Whoa, that's heavy.

Besides.....isn't Jordan's bad ass King flying sorties on those bad bad terrorists? Jordan, the beacon of freedom and democracy. So bright, I need shades.


All the while we are picking a fight with Russia. The new history of course is because the annexation of Crimea. Let's forget about our original attempt to take Syria and murder Assad with our so called moderate rebels who used chemical weapons on civilians to blame on Assad. This has nothing to do with that or the fact Russia presented the evidence that it was the rebels and not Assad. Never mind the meddling we did before the so called Ukrainian elections or the civil war that ensued.

Suddenly sleight of hand comes to mind.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 04:04 AM
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a reply to: Imfrosty


Every thing is leading up to something. What that is, is the million dollar question. We can all guess and make up our own ideas.





posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 04:05 AM
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Maybe we will see a dump of data from the internal ISIS system sooner or later showing their entire infrastructure. That will change a lot of peoples minds, I assure you


And you really don't know the back story of why Anonymous is after ISIS? Do you do any research? lol

Its all because of the Charlie Hebdo attack.

That particular attack is seen by a lot of hackers and freedom activists as an attack against freedom of speech. And freedom of speech is really central to what hackers believe in. And not only hackers, but computer people in general have a tendency to feel very strongly about freedom of speech.



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 04:08 AM
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originally posted by: Bloodydagger
a reply to: InconspicuousWhistle

And you really don't know the back story of why Anonymous is after ISIS? Do you do any research? lol

Its all because of the Charlie Hebdo attack.



Oh #, really? Who's writing this script, Steven Spielberg?



posted on Feb, 12 2015 @ 04:10 AM
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Maybe we will see a dump of data from the internal ISIS system sooner or later showing their entire infrastructure.


ISIS is not an internet entity. They just post stuff on the internet and will continue doing so.
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