|Anonymous attacks Israel|
"AnonymousPress" tweets about attacking the websites of the Jews, Nov 2012.
Most hackers are scum.
Jihadi hackers attack the website of a primary school in England, Jan 2015, and scare the children and parents with their revolting message of hate and terror.
Most hackers are scum like this.
After the massacre of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists, Anonymous, 8 Jan 2015, attacks anyone who blasphemes against Islam.
Anonymous are just right-wing totalitarians.
Anonymous has made threats against the free, open, liberal democracy of Israel for some time. They finally came out as open supporters of the Palestinian jihad during the Gaza war, 2012. Anonymous are enemy fighters, on the same side as Iran.
This video, allegedly from Anonymous threatening Israel, was posted on 4 Feb 2012 on the AnonymousSolution channel, which was created on the same day.
It uses language about Israel similar to the language of the Iranian regime: "You are unworthy to exist in your current form."
It seems likely this is Iran, not Anonymous.
But Anonymous are such scum that it seemed alright to them, and they reposted it on the real TheAnonPress channel in Feb 2012, where many of their supporters approved of it. Eventually they removed it.
Anonymous threatens Israel again, Mar 2012.
This is found on the main TheRealAnonMessage channel.
Some "Anonymous" fan includes me on his/her Israel hatred video (later removed).
They like my page on Scientology, but don't realise I hate Anonymous, love Israel, hate Wikileaks, and think "Collateral Murder" was a lie!
"Anonymous Indonesia" promotes Islamic terror.
"Anonymous Northern Ireland" stands for reactionary statist tyranny.
V for Vendetta mask at anti-Israel demo, Dublin, Jan 2012.
V for Vendetta mask at anti-Israel demo, Dublin, Nov 2012.
The mask of nazis and anti-semites:
V for Vendetta mask and Hezbollah flag at anti-Israel demo, London, Sept 2015.
German neo-Nazis use the V for Vendetta mask.
Poor Norsefire! The neo-Nazis prefer V!
Hilarious: V masks being made at a sweatshop in Brazil.
"When it comes to privacy, the only thing more creepy than government is Anonymous. Who elected them?"
- David Burge, 4 Feb 2013, sums up the problem.