posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 11:02 AM
I agree with everything that Anonymous is saying but im starting to get slightly suspicious of their intentions. I am now finding myself thinking is
Anonymous a false flag operation ?
Their demands are far to unrealistic, there is no way they are going to overthrow the rich elite through repeated attacks over the Internet. As far as
i can see the end result of their actions will be a complete lockdown of the Internet and an end to the free flow of information. This is exactly what
the rich elite have been wanting for years. Up until now the government have not been able to lock down the net because everything that goes on is
down to individual users but this could all change if an organized group started making serious trouble for everyone. Im saying "lock down" and "not
shut down" theres no way the powers that be could turn off the Net without the whole world going crazy but they could be forced into seriously
regulating what people do and how they do it.
With "Anonymous" making serious waves then anyone who seeks to be anonymous on the web will be instantly demonized. It is a classic false flag
technique that has been used for 1000's of years dating right to back to Roman times when Nero demonized the Christians . The clever thing about
sophisticated false flag operations is that most of the people taking part in them don't understand the true motives behind the groups actions.
Think about it , you were the government and wanted to shut down the free flow of info on the net how would you do it?
- Start up a group of hackers.
- Give the group a name so that everyone associated with it would be demonized by membership alone.
- Make that group famous.
- Start with low level attacks that make the group popular to gain support and membership so that 99.9 % of the people who are a part of it realy
think they are working for the good of the people.
- Publicize future attacks so the world knows who to blame when they happen.
- Start to scale up the attacks to the point where the government HAS to do something about it once and forall.
As far as i can see this is standard false flag procedure. I dont want to stop them but i am worried we are all being very short sighted here. History
has a lot of valuable lessons to teach us , we all have to understand the logical conclusions of these actions. I really hope i am totaly wrong but as
intelligent people these are questions we need to be asking.
edit on 15-6-2011 by PheonixOD because: (no reason given)