Originally posted by Xaphan
Originally posted by RadicalRebel
If the info was different i might think otherwise but publishing the personal info of the employees...givin our society today thay should have title
it as a hit list.
Implying it would matter if something bad happened to these people.
It doesn't matter if they are "just employees". They are knowingly working for a corrupt organization. That's like catching somebody running
coc aine deliveries for a big drug kingpin and saying "Nah, just let him go. He's just an innocent employee."
You have to start pruning from the bottom and work your way up. Anonymous wouldn't have let this information fly if they were innocent.
Blah blah...that is such bull. Your gonna tell me that the interns and the janitors and the paper pushers are all in collusion with the people at the
top who are the corrupt ones.
Dont be such a fool. They probably had never even heard of people
like Aaron Shwartz, or those involved in his death. To make this assumption is ignorant.
Most (i wont say all) of the names on that list are probably people like you and me who want to make a difference in the world, arent as suspicious of
our government as we are, and have famies to feed and protect.
I am always reading posts here about how angry people are with collateral damages. And innocent people getting hurt/killed (for example the recent
thread on drone strikes...)
How is conducting this type of op any better when it achieves nothing? In theory when our government conducts a strike it takes out an enemy who can
no longer strike back.
In Anons case when they conduct an op, not only do they leave thier intended target standing to strike back but they give reason for others to stand
against them as well.
What is to say that they did not have some supporters within the state dept., do you think they do now?
Until this "band of merry men" can come up with something more impacting and directed at thier intended target then i have no reason to think they
have anyones best interest in mind...still just a bunch of kids playing useless pranks...
They had a good cause in egypt but what about libya, bahrain, n. korea? Why not make thier actions really count here and use thier talents to continue
to make lasting changes and really make a difference that wont entail tighter restrictions.
Until i start to see thier action putting real criminals behind bars i have no reason to believe or trust in any of it...until i see them bringing to
light the darkside of our government for more people to know and see and learn fromand correct...they are just "jerky boys" on steroids at best,
government plants at worst.
edit on 22-2-2013 by RadicalRebel because: (no reason given)