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posted on Jul, 6 2011 @ 08:52 AM
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I have to say that I'm not sure what to think of Anonymous. Like Wikileaks, there are many reasons to question what sort of allegiance these groups have.

In the case of Wikileaks, it's been documented that they intentionally withhold certain information from publication. Through the use of reductions, and cherry-picking what gets published, they censor much of the information they possess.
www.statesman.com...

As for Anonymous, there's a current thread on ATS that does a decent job of at least problematizing most critical thinker's ability to be blindly obedient to Anon.

What I think is most important, is that neither of these attempts at subversion serve to legitimate Obama's censorship and/or shut down of the internet. That's what I've got my eye on.

UniqueUsername23456




posted on Jul, 6 2011 @ 08:58 AM
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Originally posted by VitriolAndAngst
The courts, the press, the government -- NOTHING will happen to Monsanto.


Yes but, Internet Protocol is only about 15 years old, (if we equate the 1995 HTML Era as the 'birth' of the Internet) and therefore, true sharing of minute to minute knowledge, has only just begun. Peer to peer I.P. communications and computing power of databases (or qaedas, if you will), are tools which the past could not even have imagined. Nobody back then imagined this much computing power. But it serves us all, or it serves none. Meaning, if it doesn't serve us, it serves vacuums.

All you have seen, has no relevance, because it was the pre-IP world. Mostly those in power spent the final decades of the pre-IP years (meaning prior to mid-1990s), realizing they had lost the information war, and that information would be free.

Similarly the drug war is soon to fall, as you can see, there is no war, only capitulation with the enemy. Naturally as a result, drugs will be free, and those who profited will be sad to see that day. Like the people who sling the term "conspiracy theorist" around, you see they are admitting the information war is lost? Because though conspiracy is fact not theory, it takes MUCH INFO to even get close to tracing the secrets of these corporate powers that have ruled for 500 years +.

So I am describing a natural process over several centuries: The people in power, are steadily losing ground. Slavery was lost, humanity = winning. Information-war (keeping the bible chained and literacy down) was lost = humanity WINNING bigtime, because Reading is Fundamental. Computer war = in early stages, nobody can predict the outcome.

Soon, drug war ends (already losing its foundations) and then free drugs to all, which will mean humanity = winning. I would be happy to deal with a drug problem on a family-to-family basis as opposed to having Janet Reno gain mega-power from managing it.

Then, sex war ends as well (gay marriage, child sexting, politicians dressing as women, etc) and we will be that much less hypocritical, which means mentally integrated and guilt-free. Then, even when those wars have ended and we have begun to mourn the psychosis which waging them wrought upon our planet, we will still have issues, and wars. It'll be simpler issues like gender war and race war, and the eugenicians are circling the DNA helix like serpents themselves, hoping to devour some tasty egg from the nest of humanity, once the moment (so close at hand) arrives. Gender wars, race wars, ah yes, the "Genetic Warfare Units" of all countries are firing up, deep inside their bunkers.

You can visualize the end of all conflict, of course, and if enough people do it, then all wars can cease without having them grind down to their inevitable, bloody, conclusion. We do not need "scorched Earth" tactics, we can simply predict where the enemy will go next, and meet them there, with superior calmness and spirit.

How does this happen? Well it happens in your mind, and if you re-read this post slowly, and understand what I am saying, then you can get up, you can walk away from your monitor, and be a completely transformed person. You can be a person who sees through all the bs, and sees straight to the end of all wars: You can understand this and be beyond all wars.

But you would then see these organizations of warmongering companies, as being irrelevant, and un needed. And these are the lynchpins of today. So if you decide to end war, you'll need to make people love low-scale farming. Stalin tried it and failed. Somehow "Joe Steel" does not sound like a guy who is in tune with nature. I suspect there are low level gardening names which the new US version will choose. Perhaps he'll call himself, "Joe Seed"? Haha, no but seriously.



posted on Jul, 6 2011 @ 10:11 AM
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I'm behind Anonymous 100% here. If they have the capability, they should hack into their email and research systems and download all of that for all to see. Destroy the company by pulling back the curtain if they can. Go WikiLeaks on them. Monsanto has firmly established themselves as an evil entity. I have no pity on them for whatever Anonymous has in mind.

edit on 6-7-2011 by AwakeinNM because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 6 2011 @ 11:57 AM
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It will take more than hackers to stop these inhuman mad scientists at Monsanto. The world will starve and they will profit. They need to be thrown in prison, everyone that works for them. The lapdog media will not report what they are doing. The people need to get it out EVERYWHERE. These dumb generations need to WAKE UP!!!



posted on Jul, 6 2011 @ 12:10 PM
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GO ANON!
I know former Monsanto employees and that is one shady place to work. There is subtle brainwashing to laud their evil products to everyone who will listen. Employees tolerate no criticism of Monsanto, even when they bring up a controversial topic.



posted on Jul, 6 2011 @ 02:09 PM
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Agreed. Break in, get the real data on the claims of what they are doing, socially engineer a mole. Monsanto and mega-corps like them don't give two shakes about their web site. Their's is a bottom line mentality, that can only be hurt once you have the real goods, but once you get that, go hide, they are not aboving hiring special people to hide the evidence.



posted on Jul, 6 2011 @ 02:24 PM
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Monsanto are some pretty bad eggs , the enviromental genetic pollution that the worlds going to be left with once there finished re-arangeing DNA is going to be a big problem for a long time.
I support what Anonomous is , people standing up for themselves and what they think it's a shame it has to be done Anon.

a bit of monsanto info-

www.sourcewatch.org...



posted on Jul, 7 2011 @ 12:50 AM
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Hm... I would question the authenticity of the OP's video. Firstly because the IP address the attacker enters into the PyLoris is wrong and even when the attack is started the application floods the console with error messages getaddrinfo failed. Hence, this was either not the video of an actual attack or there was no attack and the video is a fake with some metal music to distract you.

Secondly whoever shot this video is not too careful about hiding his/hers identity. If this was a proper and successful attack I would imagine we'd see only the attack window doing it's job and the proof of www.monsanto.com being down. Nothing else. No taskbar, no google chrome, no windows media player running in background, no desktop image and absolutely no list of IRC channels.

This to me looks like a kid wanting to get some attention on youtube and nothing more.



posted on Jul, 7 2011 @ 01:01 AM
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I admire your positive outlook -- but, while I agree that the "pre-IP world failed to realize information would be free" the effect of overwhelming the sense works better than censorship.

We are barely civilized apes for the most part, and the barrage of information might be what causes us to NOT ACT on information. Like the way violent video games and porn actual reduce the amount of violence and rape in a given region.

"Slavery" might have ended as a WORD in the USA, but Abercrombie and Fitch, Disney, Levis ... it's all just exported. Capitalism without minimum wages and safety standards can get workers far cheaper than the cost of housing and imprisoning people.

In Haiti, people work for $.35 an hour. There was some Union busting going on, and the businesses down there refused a 6 cents for hour raise. It's not like it would be a blip on the radar -- a worker might produce ten Jeans an hour that sell for $35 a piece ... I suppose the capitalists just like the principle of keeping people down in the dirt, and making people merely survive on wages makes them less of an issue. If they suddenly have extra time to think, or extra income to change their lives -- that only leads to trouble for Big Business.


>> I don't doubt that there is opportunity -- but the ability of governments to know what we eat and think, has never been greater. It's far easier to discredit people and ruin them, and distract the public at large with the next shiny think or emergency.

What do you want to bet that the plan to "invest" billions into nuclear power plants goes ahead as scheduled -- even though 50 tons of Plutonium waste is a few hundred feet from raging forest fire. If they hadn't been scared into some sort of cleanup earlier this year -- we'd be getting a Chernobyl style event in the midwest merely from the burning of waste in a forest fire -- no melt down required.

Our system of checks and balances is being subverted by large checks.
What enforcement? -- absolutely everywhere, ENFORCEMENT only applies to the middle class and poor, or people trying to make things better. But any corporation can get away with NOT providing insurance on home loans (AIG) while a homeowner who illegally fell short on PMI would be in jeopardy. We have people who protested our terrorist training camps at the "School of the Americas" -- ministers, who are in prison to rot for ten years. But BP can flood the Gulf with oil.

Libya looks like the beginning of YET ANOTHER resource war -- and we cannot hold anyone accountable for the last two.


... the future looks bright if you can afford it. But I'm afraid unless people really get active -- this nation is going to be full of wage slaves by any other name.



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 09:21 AM
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Don't think for a SECOND that the U.S. Government,Chinese or any other Governement, along with Monsanto, aren't hiring private hackers to subscribe to Anonymous, to act as one of them, for the purpose of infiltration and monitoring.

Seriously,It's Anonymous.

MOST drug dealers are caught by an undercover sting operation,believing someone they were doing business with is one of THEM. And the undercover cops engage in lieing,dealing,and anything else necessary to gain trust for LONG periods of time.

I don't know how the heck Anonymous can avoid that "web" of deceit.

Once they bust a couple of members, and walk them through town like the slaying of the dragon,there WILL be mistrust and misguided fingerpointing,which is exactly what the governement and Monsanto will want.

THAT will teach them..Public lynchings always deter crime right?

Good luck you guys. Watch your backs. I know someone else is.

Me? I'm already paranoid just coming on ATS.

It wouldn't surprise me if there was a little round up to dose us with a little "Round Up."



posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 01:55 PM
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Originally posted by niceguybob
Don't think for a SECOND that the U.S. Government,Chinese or any other Governement, along with Monsanto, aren't hiring private hackers to subscribe to Anonymous, to act as one of them, for the purpose of infiltration and monitoring.

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Once they bust a couple of members, and walk them through town like the slaying of the dragon,there WILL be mistrust and misguided fingerpointing,which is exactly what the governement and Monsanto will want.

THAT will teach them..Public lynchings always deter crime right?

[...]

It wouldn't surprise me if there was a little round up to dose us with a little "Round Up."


It may be true, that the majority of citizens will cheer to see Anonymous hackers punished, and will cheer Monsanto's new genetic folly, in the same breath.

But, this world is nobody's to destroy. And that is the true principle of Earth: It wants to live, in spite of humans. So the humans who get right with it, will stand a better chance, than the evil ones.

Yes, I understand the fear behind your words here, but really, everyone knows seeds are great, and I guess dying for seeds is not enough to make one a Catholic saint, but in my church, it's enough.

Fighting for seeds, means fighting for future generations, grandchildren you do not yet have. This is obvious.

Shall we eat soylent green instead? Because I am sure all those soylent green folks wish they could go back in time and die like men, rather than live like guppies in a cannibalistic future. Messing with seed genes and creating terminators, is death-as-religion. So I for one will fight to free the seedlovers, and I will not see them hung in the public square. No, I would prevent that. But many people show up for a hanging, just to see the hanging. So I guess I'd be outnumbered if I tried to defend some brave souls against a corporation which wanted to infiltrate and make an example of them. We all choose our battles, and that means: Choosing what you defend. A coward dies a thousand times, as they say, but a hero dies only once.



posted on Jul, 11 2011 @ 05:45 AM
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What about Gates giving Monsanto the money to obtain Blackwater?

This is about as obfuscated as I can imagine; but then I cannot begin to grasp the motives of a mercenary for hire.

Does this have any possibility of tipping the balance at an opportune time? or am I just wondering through my hat?



posted on Jul, 11 2011 @ 03:06 PM
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Originally posted by Serendipity7
What about Gates giving Monsanto the money to obtain Blackwater?

This is about as obfuscated as I can imagine; but then I cannot begin to grasp the motives of a mercenary for hire.

Does this have any possibility of tipping the balance at an opportune time? or am I just wondering through my hat?


Oh you mean XE or Fuzzybunnies Inc. or whatever that head dude calls it now? I prefer the psuedo-name given to the mercs by the A-Team movie; They call them "Black Forest" ...Haha, that A Team movie is just so awesome. Loved it.

When you say "Gates" do you mean Billgatus of Borg, or former SECDEF Gates? I had not heard of XE being bought by Mudsento. Tell us more.

But yeah, assasins are useful, history has proven that. Surely the Dutch East India company had rules for putting down mutinys on their ships, and surely the rules applied no matter if the cargo were above board like sundries and goods, or below board like rum and slaves.

Hmm, maybe a lot of the dirtwater dudes are also great farmers? I mean you need to have a gun to scare varmints off your cabbage patch so I would expect a good farmer to be prepared to defend his crop, no matter if that crop be medicine or food, you know? Maybe "the people" (not the soulless-shareholder-people represented by Mudsento, but actual humans) can hire their own mercs to farm their own crops and defend those crops against poachers and carrot stealers? Your post raises some intriguing questions.



posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 04:09 AM
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Not SECDEF Gates, but the Software Architect and lately philanthropist Gates ... and it was a couple years back .. and I was just dumbfounded ... I had images of black vans, and Humvees with automatics aimed at farmers and families while the dog hid behind the tractor and the 3-pices suit guy was pulling out legal papers.

They've made some bad blunders .. suing people who never bought their stuff, and only had wind drift "evidence" in the genes of their crops. .... So .. they are not only walking on the wrong side, they are making a general muss up of it .. which I won't say is bad ... after all.

I just don't have the insight to the XE mindset .. that is what I was pondering.

How is it that people who are left over from the second and third ages of mankind (??? --supposition!) and did not evolve too well morally .. can pull down the cash to manage such grandiose things? .. Their buddies are really well off as well, and the tech is fairly well developed.



posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 07:07 AM
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Originally posted by Serendipity7
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Not SECDEF Gates, but the Software Architect and lately philanthropist Gates ...

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How is it that people who are left over from the second and third ages of mankind (??? --supposition!) and did not evolve too well morally .. can pull down the cash to manage such grandiose things? .. Their buddies are really well off as well, and the tech is fairly well developed.


I am recalling the biblical Joseph whom God told to store up seven years' grain.

So the enemy of God, are grain-destroyers. That's a priori, true.

The dude who makes a buck off the game, like Billgatus, is just a money seeking whore. Bill has never done one impressive thing except use daddy's money to buy other people's software.

Ohhhhh, now he's the seed master too!?! Whoop de frikkin doo. What a joke. He inserts the virus called MS Windows into America then positions himself to profit off starvation. Awesome [thumbs up]. It's like putting Helen Keller at the controls of a B-52.

The world could not be stupider. I am shocked, awed, and truly impressed by these levels of stupidity, heretofoe unimagined. It is something wondrously dumb to behold, this current world. Stupi-tastic!



posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 08:29 PM
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You may scare some of the weaker and more fearful ones here. But know that some of us that frequent this website are not so fearful and will fight to the last breath and die if necessary when the time comes. Some of us are not only ex-military but are also killers and won't hesitate to die for our cause whether the foe is from within or without. So instead of me opposing you and your defeatist philosophy , how about you join us instead of pointing out all of the negative "What might happen" scenarios and at least try to support someone that is actually trying to do something beneficial for a change which is a helluva lot more than 99% of us here are doing. Right?



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