posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 04:39 PM
Okay going off-topic for a bit:
I'm having a little bit of cognitive dissonance in publicly discussing anonymous, mossad practices, nazi-hunting, and repercussions in this thread,
it's a little creepy for some reason, hmmmm maybe its the ELF.
(back on topic)
It's interesting that IDF and Hamas both use twitter and/or facebook to announce war plans and numerous posters in numerous threads have pointed out
it doesn't seem credible or is silly. Regardless, Anonymous choosing to play in the game brings a new variable we really haven't seen before in the
US - a non-affiliated non-governmental intervenor, acting completely outside theater.
One would expect cyber warfare ops from a combatant nation or ally - or another country - but it seems very different coming from an unanticipated
adversary, tangentially ("off the wall"). I wonder whether the Israelis will feel compelled to retaliate and whether the damage inflicted will have
much effect. A deleted online database hardly seems worthy of calling out a special ops team.