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posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 12:56 AM
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Down with the bankster scourge and may the palaces burn

Long live or Anon brothers and sisters



fyi websites have been getting trashed all weekend many lulz were had #Satansec #Antisec #Anonymous

Anonymous isn't done , Anon has just begun



When Anonymous refers to itself as a hydra it literally is a hydra, for every blow dealt to anonymous attracts more to the collective. They thought the same would work with alqueda and got the opposite results. However Anonymous is NON VIOLENT. Yes the people are uprising and are tired of the BS! And the the elites are scared for they live in the moment without concern for reprisal. I think of them as very bad children... like in lord of the flies. Greedy self centered ego maniacal power mad irresponsible children @ elites. Well it's time to be held responsible accordingly. And they will surely stab each other in the back throwing each other under the bus just like they did when they turned on the American people, dominoes.


Gonna make popcorn now


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posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 01:08 AM
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That is really great they should do more of this, not to hurt anyone or threaten them, but the thing is you could write these good people a,letter or go knock on their door and ask if they would be kind enough to speak with you about problems in the banking system, one on one.

This would work really well with some of the really low profile ultra rich people and politians that are have lost contact or areout of contact with the real world and the people's of this great dust particle called Earth.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 01:26 AM
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Originally posted by inj3ct0r
Anonymous is a very evil group. People think they are cool just because they go after the government. But what about the 1000's of people that become victims in the process.
Seriously I can give you many reasons why 'Anonymous' is evil but it will probably break the tnc's.



What groups such as LulzSec and Anonymous do is attempt to stop the average person having a choice at all. In engaging in a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack against a business, so-called hacktivists are not promoting freedom: they are using force to promote their views, and removing the choices other people would have made.

It’s one thing to attempt to convince people to change their view – but there are many ways of doing this. Some of the recent non-violent rallies against Walmart (in response to a sexual discrimination lawsuit) in the US are examples of one, non-dogmatic approach.

Force and coercion do not create freedom – they only create fear, uncertainty and doubt.




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You mean like the force that the US and other corporate governments use on their populations every day? I see anonymous as fighting fire with fire. Not good, not evil, but determined.

You worrying about your illusory choices is part of the problem. You have one choice. Take it the big man's way or die. I'll die, thanks!



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 01:39 AM
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Originally posted by TsukiLunar
Glad these people who i do not know and who have not hurt me, to my knowledge, are being harassed by a abstract group of lonely hackers in the name of (insert vague, but easy to get mad about, justification).

I encourage all readers of this post to grab the nearest keyboard and harass people who happen to be successful in a business that stereotypically is viewed as "villainy". Never mind any specifics or any actual results, just let loose on anyone that happens to have a job that you don't like!

After all, even though you do not know them, they must be evil and worth your ire simply because the have the job title of "Banker".



That is not what has been occurring though, this isn't poor against rich. This is about corruption having its dirty laundry aired out to the neighbors and all to see. Even if the list of those people whom had DOX dropped on the website had little to do with even nothing to do with what their handlers have been up to it's guilt by association. Most likely the majority of those people getting DOX'es dropped wont be affected unless they are guilty of something.


It's all fine and dandy when our personal information is handed over to the alphabet agencies from certain social media sites, it's perfectly acceptable to compromise our privacy with drones, street cameras and the police state without our consent. But when the table is turned and employees willingly working under such government entities are delivered over 900 pizzas they never ordered or get prank calls with the nyan cat theme playing
OH MY it's these inept puppets crying foul and cyber terrorism

Not my problem if they don't if have a sense of humor


Why would we care? It's not like these people are oblivious to the wrongs that have been done. they may look the other way when unethical means are practiced but not saying anything or doing anything puts them in the category of their masters. We are suppose to show empathy for organizations that cater to the corrupt instead of the people? No thanks, it's always protocol and business as usual. And the ol "we are just doing our jobs" cop out. Yeah well maybe choose another career instead of being accomplices would be my best advice to those poor victims


They are simply being humiliated , they will live to cry another day
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posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 01:58 AM
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Originally posted by TsukiLunar
reply to post by ~widowmaker~
 





nope but you can gather 500 people and block the entrance way in legally


No you can not. That is a lie.
www.aclufl.org...


You do not have the right to block a building entrance or physically harass people. The general rule is that free speech activity cannot take place on private property, including outdoor malls, without the consent of the property owner. You do not have the right to remain on private property after being told to leave by the property owner.



Or am i misunderstanding your sentence? Its not clear.


im pretty sure the 4000 bankers are not the "product"


I am pretty sure they are human beings i do not know.
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I would only classify them as human beings in the strictest sense of the word myself.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 02:03 AM
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Gosh ATS, you are right. What was i thinking. It is my right to harass people who i feel have wrong someone somewhere. Specific target? Pfff, no need. Every banker everywhere is a bastard. True story.

Thank you ATS for clearing this up.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 05:38 AM
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Personally I think that Anon is the government creating the chaos on the internet so that people will accept the coming censorship without whining too much. But what they don't seem to understand is that's all people do is whine, they don't do anything else and just keep voting the same criminal politicians back into office. If they're not government I would like to see them give out the addresses, phone numbers, etc of all Congress and Cabinet members of this crooked administration.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 07:38 AM
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Originally posted by TsukiLunar
I like that people think "dos attacks" are "peaceful protesting". I guess going into a McDonalds and nailing the doorway shut so customers cant get in is "Peaceful protesting" as well. Nice to know that i can block customers access to a product just because i don't like it. Make this whole "protesting" thing so simple!


F*ck Mcdonalds. Every time I go there it's fat people there.

Kinda like you see skinny people missing teeth at the crack house, you see fat people at Mcdonalds. Maybe the answer is to sell crack at Mcdonalds? No that doesn't sound right.
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posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 07:39 AM
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Originally posted by TsukiLunar
Gosh ATS, you are right. What was i thinking. It is my right to harass people who i feel have wrong someone somewhere. Specific target? Pfff, no need. Every banker everywhere is a bastard. True story.

Thank you ATS for clearing this up.


Matthew was a banker.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 07:41 AM
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Originally posted by tmeister182
Personally I think that Anon is the government creating the chaos on the internet so that people will accept the coming censorship without whining too much. But what they don't seem to understand is that's all people do is whine, they don't do anything else and just keep voting the same criminal politicians back into office. If they're not government I would like to see them give out the addresses, phone numbers, etc of all Congress and Cabinet members of this crooked administration.


Is there a single group/action that someone on ATS has not called a false-flag(ger)?



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 09:02 AM
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Originally posted by scriptd
I wish they would leak some funds into my bank account


You do realize that if they did this the government would immediately arrest you under suspicion of colluding with Anonymous right? Weather you are guilty or not, this very act could destroy your life.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 09:29 AM
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Originally posted by Krazysh0t

Originally posted by scriptd
I wish they would leak some funds into my bank account


You do realize that if they did this the government would immediately arrest you under suspicion of colluding with Anonymous right? Weather you are guilty or not, this very act could destroy your life.


There are many uncontrollable factors that could "ruin your life" (take away your school/work life).
Food for thought.

The system is twisted. People care about your money not your life.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 09:54 AM
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Originally posted by Swizzy
Right now they are in a tug-of-war for the opinion of the general public.



Public opinion is as powerful as toilet paper in the rain, and as durable.

THink about your average Joe on the Bus.

What does he know or care about beyond the NFL and NASCAR and the price of gas and cigarrettes?

What will Joe do if he finally "sees" that 911 was an "inside job"? (for example)

What did YOU do?

What did I do?

Nothing.

We went to work and bitched about it on the Web (after a few weeks of flag-waving before we started WATCHING the videos in slo-mo and saw the obvious demolition).

Public opinion?

Bah.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 10:45 AM
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Originally posted by NeoVain

Originally posted by Swizzy
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That's the beauty of computer security. There seems to be an antidote to almost everything. Look at countries with very strict internet laws such as China or North Korea. Even people there manage to keep the government on it's feet when it comes to this topic and this is no different to the situation in the western world.

They find a flaw, it gets fixed, they find another flaw, it gets fixed. It's a never ending game and the people in charge of security always seem to be a step behind.


The reason the security experts are always and will always be a few steps behind, is they get a salary. This means they have money to spend, a wife to "cuddle", children to take care of, a house and bills to pay etc. That takes up alot of time.

The hackers are mostly 100% commited to what they do, nolifers with very little money to spend as a consequence, giving them more time to find exploits and dig around on forums/irc with fellow hackers. More time to find the truth and educate themselves then the wage-slaves opposing them.



actually they know they can't keep up and if they do they are out of a job. I have a few friends who work in the internet security field and they don[t mind the job security



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 12:31 PM
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They know they can't keep up and if they do they are out of a job.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 01:16 PM
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krazysh0t: great avatar!! lol lol lol

i see anonymous as more of army or militia. That means war, in war there will always be innocent casualties. just facts.

to the hero/non hero issue.... well.... was robin hood a hero? revere? washington? jackson? guess it depends on who you ask.its all a matter of perspective. thats why i would prefer that law is not always airtight...because sometimes the criminals are not really criminals at all and need a little room to maneuver. same line of thought for "if your not doing anything wrong then you have nothing to hide". Who is deciding the right and wrong? Paul revere was doing something wrong and had something to hide? Or was he doing something right and had something to hide?

food for thought.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 01:58 PM
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This really bugs me. Sometimes Anonymous does some pretty cool stuff, but I am beggining to feel like they are a "one trick pony". I don't really think it is right to release personal information like that. Which seems to be what they mainly do these days. I would rather see useful information released.

Wouldn't it be neat of Anonymous put their collective skills together to find out information like, what North Korea is really up to, or help against the massive Cyber Attacks from China, or to help with Disclosure.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by jazzguy



But what about the 1000's of people that become victims in the process.


huh?

ill tell you what idiot people tell me when i talk about government tracking and monitoring.

"if you havent done anything wrong, you've got nothing to worry about"

i hope every last one of those crooked CEOs gets a nice sodomizing from their cellmates


In the process, many people have gotten their personal info exposed and had their credit card numbers stolen. I myself had my card number hijacked twice during the Christmas season and it was concurrent with one of their breakins. You can tell what kind of people they are when they use your card to go to a porn site.

That really made me mad.
It is not worth it to sacrifice all the lambs to slaughter to get a couple banksters.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 05:20 PM
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900 pizzas kinda funny but who paid for that prank? Why the taxpayers did.



posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 05:30 PM
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So does this mean that the United States Resistance now has at least 4000 names and addresses on its "to-guillotine" list?






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