I feel so bad seeing so many videos and images of Iranians protesting and knowing what injustice has been brought upon them.
It fills my heart with warmth seeing others reaching out to help them in whatever way possible. I am very thankful for the digital age we live in. I
hope more and more people do as they can to spread the word. I've already told everyone I work with in a call center of 400 people and many people I
talk to over the phone.
Hopefully they know they are not alone in this crisis and my heart truly does go out to each & every one of our fellow humans in this time of need.
Thank you Anon, and Pirate Bay.. It's disgusting to hear these groups demonized for their good intentions.
If the government can have black ops why can't we? Anon are NOT a bunch of /b/tards that lurk the interwebz. They are a force, a force to be reckoned
Anon always delivers. Think of ANYTHING from the internet & Anon has a stamp on it: Rick Rolling ANON MADE. Caturday ANON MADE. Anon give you lulz and
give you fear. Anon are real....... and ANON are here.......
We are at a major crossroads here. Either the Internet will flourish and the MSM will die, or the global elite will manage to commercialize the
Internet to such an extent that it becomes a safe, sanitized little playground annex to the MSM.
A development to consider: so-called "e-paper" is being rolled out this year. This will allow for book/magazine-like texts to be read on a
non-glowing screen that is much easier on the eyes (basically like a normal book or magazine). The MSM is ECSTATIC over this and think it will be the
savior of magazines and newspapers. We shall see. It will certainly be easier to control content distribution with this device, and it will be more
pleasant and usable than a computer-and-keyboard. I look forward to it myself, but I'm also worried that it could become a tightly controlled MSM
cosmos that surplants the Internet for all but a few freaks...
The peopl are revolting and this offers us an inside look and it gives the iranian people a chance to voice what is happening, anonymously with out
fear( or less fear) of government crack downs for daring to speak their opinion on the issue.
There's something that needs to be made clear that a lot of people (including new articles) misconstrue. If we're talking in the sense of 4chan,
Anonymous is not a group of people; Anonymous is a large amount of individuals doing a large amount of random things for their entertainment
(lulz). When by themselves, Anonymous poses no threat to anybody, because they are highly disorganized and do not care to join in any personal
vendetta. However, when a lot of individuals believe the same thing in Anonymous, they will gather.
The difference between a group of people and a bunch of individual Anonymous people gathering together is that the more people that are in a group,
the dumber they get when it comes to critical thinking (proven through countless studies; there's a Men in Black clip about it somebody posted on ATS
a while back), but in a gathering of individual Anonymous people, the more that gather, the smarter and more efficient they get.
But yeah, in terms of what Anonymous is doing about the Iran situation, I have complete faith they can send shock waves throughout the MSM and other
outlets. I've seen them do things even the best hackers and government officials could only dream about doing.
Oh I'm sure the Iranians are just peeing their pants with excitement. Anon shall come to their rescue with tasteless AIDS jokes and child
pornography. Finally Democracy, misused V for Vendetta imagery, and LOLcats will come to the people of Iran!
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