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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by soulx, Nov 15, 2012.
Good grief, would someone tell the script kiddies to stop riding on the rep built up by chanology
these guys AGAIN
Oh...they're still around...?
I love how everybody who hears the phrase "Anonymous" seems to think they're the same seven or eight people, every time.
It's sort of like assuming that all New York Yankees are the 1965 New York Yankees.
Anonymous is the best organization in the world!!!!1!
Anonymous is everyone. So yeah, a lot of anonymous will burn in hell.
Credit where credit is due, that's a nice little background they made for the website.
In this situation, that doesn't work.
Meh, that's all I say
Whoooo Anonymous hacks website.
I'm SO freaking scared ;o;
Kids that have nothing better to do.
Nice move, nobody cares much about it.
edit: You know who I'm missing?
Coolness with his "A-non-e-moose is sooooo cool" attitude
Classy. A bunch of Anonymous are actually trying to do something that might actually matter, and that's all you can say.
Personally, this Israel-Palestine conflict is getting scary. We all know once they go all out, it's NOT gonna be just them -- allies will have a go at it too, and before you know it, World War III, end of the fucking world as we know it scenario.
We actually might make the 12/21/12 deadline for Apocalypse.
Ah, doesn't matter. Might be my rebel streak that makes me sympathize for whatever Anonymous does, but what I do know is that Israel is the aggressor on this one, and I have yet to see any sensible justification for their aggression. My sympathy goes to the underdog, and as Anonymous is actually sympathizing with them as well, I naturally like what they do (doesn't necessarily mean I approve of it though).
Also, as for the Sony hack, Sony was incredibly lax there. Anonymous might have been culpable, but Sony is no less guiltier than them. They had it coming. I mean, plain text! Who does that? Keep sensitive account information in plain text?
Anyways, I'm straying off topic. So yeah, woo Anonymous. Or something like that.
So how is a peaceful protest in your country going to help the people on palestine? I mean, if they can do something solid to support them, why shouldn't they do it? Taking down a site may look inoffensive, but just look at the reaction of people when they can't access a site they regularly use (like facebook, or hell, even the temp a couple of weeks ago). We don't even know if they have breached into the servers or something.
And you'll side with Israel just because your goverment has an alliance with them? Even if Israel is going to kill innocent people?
Let's say you are an italian in the WWII, would you side with germany just because you country has an alliance with them? going by that logic, you would.
and lastly, how do you know if these are the same people who hacked sony? anonymous takes on that name because anyone can take part of it (unfortunately). IF these are these are the hackers who hacked sony, then it could be more problematic than "trololol". Sony themselves stated they were: "victim of a very carefully planned, very professional, highly sophisticated criminal cyber attack.
Wow, someone had a bad day
is that slender on the top left of the huffington post?
One of these days Anonymous is gonna fuck with the wrong person/group/nation and have their shit wrecked.
Either way, agreed on this conflict being scary. I'm sure if something is gonna go down, the Middle East is gonna cause it. I was really hoping on 12/21 we'd all get hit by galactic super rays and get super powers.......not World War III thanks to Israel and Gaza