posted on Sep, 7 2012 @ 10:56 PM
reply to post by wiandiii
I saw the original page posted by this "A-Team" (Anon-Team?
) of hackers, and wow...they're good. Either that, or the guardians of our cyber
rights are much crappier than I believed them to be.
In all honesty, it started out as a promising deal...but then they got so drunk on the support and approval of e-idiots from 4chan, Reddit, and other
such websites of virtual stupidity (whom they never should have listened to) that they got proud and sloppy; as a result, someone had to put their
boot in an arse or two. Or several.
Anonymous and LulzSec have ruined themselves trying to be high and mighty. If they were serious, they'd be the Brotherhood of the internet: strike
silently, quickly, and be untraceable. Make it known that wrongs will be rectified, but not a footprint will be found. It's not for fame, not for
publicity, it's for getting s**t done when the government tries to oppress the freedom of information or similar stunts. That's all.
It was either REMIND them of their duty, REBOOT their cause, or RECALL them entirely. I guess this was their call to attention.
8-9-2012 by AfterInfinity because: (no reason given)