posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 06:00 AM
This thread = tl;dr
To help here is something that can be found in the Holy Writings of Encyclopedia Dramatica:
"Curiosity peaks within your mind, Obsessed with the urge to uncover and find...
The identity of the unknown, the meaning of US, The power we gain from being Anonymous. You'll never hear us coming, yet our presence is always felt,
Prying on opposers, watching their disbelief melt. Marching in anonymity together as one, Embracing the strength from the voice of none. Refusing to
adhere and support the cause Will result in elimination and the mourning of your loss. We are invincible, we will never fail, Each day we're in your
Internets corrupting your L.O.L.s We're not known by names, rather the attention we gain From the realization that only the unknown remain. With an
identity you will eventually be found. The day will come when only Anonymous will walk the ground.
We will stop at nothing until we've achieved our goal: Permanent destruction of the identification role.
You, me, we...I am as you are. Together we are united, stretching near and far. Anything standing in our way, doesn't deserve to live. We are void of
human restraints, taught to never forgive. Answering the question of who we are is a must. We are Anonymous, indeed. Therefore, Expect us."
ANON is not anyone's personal army. ANON can not be controlled. Can not be tamed or focused. It is human nature expressed. I have been doing immense
amounts of research on this whole '4chan' thing and I've found that no matter how much one lurkz you always have to do it moar. If you want to
engage in this kind of research, be very careful. The sorts of things that happen there can warp your mind and the consequences will never be the
same. For years I was trying to uncover the truth but then I got into one little fight and my mom got scared and said, "You're movin' with your
auntie and uncle in Bel-Air." I whistled for a cab and when it came near The license plate said "Fresh", and it had dice in the mirror If anything
I could say that this cab was rare, but I thought man forget it, yo homes to Bel-Air.
Welcome to the Interwebz.