Just doesn't seem like their normal MO.
Latest Anon Actions:
Beginning in January 2011, Anons took a number of actions known initially as Operation Tunisia in support of Arab Spring movements.
In Operation Egypt, Anons collaborated with the activist group Telecomix to help dissidents access government-censored websites.
Tflow, Sabu, Topiary, and Ryan Ackroyd (known as "Kayla") collaborated in February 2011 on a cyber-attack against Aaron Barr, CEO of the computer
security firm HBGary Federal, in retaliation for his research on Anonymous and his threat to expose members of the group.
Several attacks by Anons have targeted organizations accused of homophobia. In February 2011, an open letter was published on AnonNews.org threatening
the Westboro Baptist Church, an organization based in Kansas in the US known for picketing funerals with signs reading "God Hates Fags"
In August 2012, Anons hacked the site of Ugandan Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi in retaliation for the Parliament of Uganda's consideration of an
anti-homosexuality law permitting capital punishment.
In April 2011, Anons launched a series of attacks against Sony in retaliation for trying to stop hacks of the PlayStation 3 game console.
When the Occupy Wall Street protests began in New York City in September 2011, Anons were early participants and helped spread the movement to other
cities such as Boston. In October, Anons attacked the website of the New York Stock Exchange while other Anons publicly opposed the action via
Twitter. Anonymous also helped organize an Occupy protest outside the London Stock Exchange on May 1, 2012
Anons launched Operation Darknet in October 2011, targeting websites hosting child pornography
On January 19, 2012, the US Department of Justice shut down the file-sharing site Megaupload on allegations of copyright piracy. Anons responded with
a wave of DDoS attacks on US government and copyright organizations, shutting down the sites for the RIAA, MPAA, Broadcast Music, Inc., and the
In response to Operation Pillar of Defense, a November 2012 Israeli military operation in the Gaza Strip, Anons took down hundreds of Israeli websites
with DDoS attacks.
On 5 November 2013, Anonymous protesters gathered around the world for the Million Mask March, Demonstrations were held in 400 cities  around the
world including Washington D.C., London, Rio De Janeiro and Tokyo to coincide with Guy Fawkes night.
This latest one just doesn't seem to fit their pattern.