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Originally posted by peck420
reply to post by Stryker Ops
None of that matters. Just like Assange to wikileaks.
They just got the luxury of becoming the name branded to the percieved problem. They got Alqieda'd.
Politics and public opinion rarely care or research the actual causes to problems. They take the name shown in the media and run with it.
PS: Anon will never be able to win a battle on a battlefield that could literally be turned off (worst case scenario) by your opponent. And, until private companies start building main trunk lines and launching their own sattelites (THAT INCLUDES THE LAUNCH VEHICLE), the government will have complete control over the medium that we run our internet on. No communications - no internet.
Originally posted by Fractured.Facade
I'm done, I have no more time for this ignorance.
Originally posted by doom27
reply to post by Crakeur
Hell go to /b/ now and you will see a message from "moot" asking how to find Anon, you would think of all people, moot, would know that anon is not a person, but all of us.
It also goes along the lines of the what if wikileaks is psiops. What if they decided in 08 that they would use anon when the time comes, and here comes wikileaks, by successfully taking wiki over, and using anon as a weapon to "support" wiki, they could get the "risks" of anon to the public eye.
Everyone else was discussing the CSA like it existed and was eeeeevil.
Originally posted by Asktheanimals
I had a similar suspicion about who "anon" really was, though my answer was a little different.
No matter, it reaches the same conclusion.
Problem/reaction/solution=Wikileaks/anon/end of net neutrality
yet another government contractor used to keep their hands clean.
They think they're so clever,