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thats ok for every man we lose we gain 10 moew
Are the people getting arrested, those who are actually participating in the hacking? I don't mind being arrested for a cause, I just want to know if they are only targeting the big guns or the little guys too? even tho we are all one thought, some tend to think louder than others.
Here comes the Gestapo...i wonder if these *censored* know by now its past hacking
I love how they think we're all 15-20 year old teens
they took a couple of use down but we are many so it wasnt rly that big of a hit
This is why you turn TOR on when you're using Slowloris or some other script to DoS boxes.
There's really nothing they can do anyways i suppose. If coming together to form a peaceful resistance gets me jailed...than so be it.
Exactly just like they demonized us on the news as "hackers on steroids" just because some people who belive in the idea of anonymous are hacktivists doesn't mean we all are. It's just like saying all mexicans are lazy, total bull but sadly most sheople belive it.
For me if it means that I can help change the world, or even create freedom for 1% of the people then I am happy to be arrested, plus even 'bad' publicity can be good publicity.
Originally posted by TinfoilTP
How many threads we need about the same news event?
Originally posted by Taupin Desciple
reply to post by CREAM
Any law enforcement agency in the world who tries to bring these people down are soon going to realize that they are in way over their heads. There simply are not enough resources to do it. The mindset and the technical capabilities of Anonymous are more than anyone on the other side of the fence can handle. What's sad to watch is the people from agencies like the F.B.I even trying. So they took down 16 I heard. That's just a drop in the bucket to the numbers that are out there now.It's an exercise in futility to say the least. There are new generations of computer users constantly learning the ropes who see big government and big business as the entities that keep us mentally, emotionally and socially retarded as a human race, and all Anonymous is doing is slowly bringing them to their knees. Where's the harm in that to the common man?
What Anonymous is doing, basically, is a peaceful revolution for the sake of good. Unlike other such activities in the past though, Anonymous has the intelligence, resources, intestinal fortitude and perseverance to actually bring about positive change for the common man realistically. They have proven they can do it in the past and they will continue to do it in the future.
One raid, or even 10, isn't going to do it boys, sorry.
edit on 19-7-2011 by Taupin Desciple because: (no reason given)