posted on Oct, 24 2012 @ 03:35 PM
There is no such thing as a group when it comes to Anonymous, it's nothing but the common name for every person using anonymous imageboards.
So if tomorrow you go on 4chan.org/b/ for example and post something, *puf puf*, you're Anonymous.
There has been people gathering and taking actions as a group in the name of Anonymous but it doesn't mean they are more "official" or "true" than the
guy posting Hello Kitty porn on some imageboard and for the most part it is nothing but raids on video games, youtube videos, myspace pages and
websites with the exception of Project Chanology which ended being a fail.
Most of the time it's a zerg rush strategy, ie : "overwhelm that #" which means that they use the fact that you can easily gather up to 50/100 anons
at the same time if your raid sounds good and spam whatever your want in the game/video comments/myspace pages, etc. add to that some "hacking"
(nothing fancy, mostly easy targets like myspace pages, personnal websites and such) and a widespread use of DDoS attacks with a LOIC to take down
websites for a few minutes/hours/days depending on the size of the target.
Anonymous is a bit like the sea, a big thing made of drops of water ; each of those looks like the other, and all seem to move in the same direction.
Yet, underneath the surface, there are flux and obstacles, scattering and divisions. And each time a wave hits the shore it ends up going back to the
sea not long after.
So I guess what I'm trying to say is that Anonymous can't do # except taking down sandcastles.
edit on 24-10-2012 by BobbyTarass because: (no