No, you should not join anonymous

Perhaps you have heard of anonymous. Anonymous is a hive of cyber-dissidents located on the AnonOps chat service. Speech, news, and opinion is thoroughly and strictly controlled. Anonymous claims that what it does is civil disobedience. However, ‘anonymous’ is synonymous with the fear of being caught in the act. Even their most influential leaders describe their actions as “information war.” Anonymous has been responsible for outages in video game networks and protests against the Free Expression of religious belief. The anonymous culture is joined at the hip to violent and hateful imagery. The words rape, faggot, and nigger are used in normal discussion as if hateful and violent connotations carry no meaning. Their spokesperson, Barrett Brown, has used homophobic slurs to insult our writers. The targets of anonymous “activism” are often innocent individuals. Anonymous has the potential for terrorism.

The Great Collective is a concept and not a group that can be joined. The term ‘anonymous’ was once used to describe the Great Collective. ‘Anonymous’ has since been corrupted to serve the leaders of the AnonOps IRC service.

The Great Collective is the Collective Voice of Cyber-Humanity.

I only speak of the Great Collective and not for it.

The Great Collective is decidedly non-violent.
The Great Collective commits acts of civil disobedience in the light of day and not like criminals in the night.
The Great Collective supports the Freedom of Religion.
The Great Collective cries out for a secure Internet where corporations are held accountable for privacy failures.
The Great Collective wants leniency for those who are victims of both drug addiction and cruel punishment.
The Great Collective wants a political system that is less influenced by Corporate interests and more open to public scrutiny.
The Great Collective does not crave an absolute truth.
The Great Collective is the effective truth.

Anonymous generally lacks the scope of vision to recognize the Great Collective. However, the Great Collective is very aware of anonymous. Anonymous troubles the Great Collective. Anonymous has done many things the Great Collective respects quite highly, and many things that it has found reprehensible. The Great Collective is the only power on Earth that can decide the fate of anonymous.

Do not believe the lies of anonymous. There has never been a need to censor others with DDoS or wear a Guy Fawkes mask. The Great Collective knows there is a better way. Do not join anonymous. Remain an individual. Help anonymous only when anonymous is willing to help the Great Collective.

34 comments to No, you should not join anonymous

  • anonymous sucks

    Good bye anonymous! Hacking Israel is a death wish! U guys are stupid!

  • Commonly Censored

    First, this article is completely biased, and I would say in many ways untrue. Was this written by the government or something? The statement about slurs is untrue. I am subscribed to many anaon Twitters and rarely if ever see those words. Anon is an organization of individuals, and though I am not part of it, it has every right to say how they feel. Get your facts straight.

  • SonySucks

    Anonymous, thanks for hacking Sony. They deseve to pay for pressing charges against GeoHot. They also deserve to pay for patching some/all hacks in MW2. You should be able to jailbreak your own ps3 if you want to.

    • iLuvSony

      jump on the bandwagon cowboy

    • @smokie_da_blunt

      May 5, 2011, 9:54 pm Sony Chief Says PlayStation Network to Return Soon
      Sony posted a series of announcements on its PlayStation blog Thursday, answering customer questions about a cyberattack that brought down the entire PlayStation Network and other services last month.

      In one of the blog posts, Sir Howard Stringer, Sony’s chief executive, said that the PlayStation gaming network and Qriocity Network, which is carries streaming video and music to customers, would be back online in the coming days.

      Although Sony said it is unsure if customers’ information and credit card data was stolen during the attack, Mr. Stringer said Sony had implemented a program for its customers that offers a “$1 million identity theft insurance policy per user.” He also said Sony plans to announce identity theft programs for other regions soon.

      Sony also laid out plans to try and reimburse customers who have been without access to services for almost three weeks.

      “As we have announced, we will be offering a ‘Welcome Back’ package to our customers once our PlayStation Network and Qriocity services are up and running,” Mr. Stringer wrote, trying to quell customer frustration and dissatisfaction with the slow response to get services back online. The free package will include one month of free PlayStation Plus membership.

      Sony has come under increased pressure from Congress, United States Senators and international courts to explain why the company took over a week to notify its 77 million customers of the security breach.

      Mr. Stringer defended the company’s response time, saying “forensic analysis is a complex, time-consuming process.”


    • @smokie_da_blunt

      sony shut down camp for couple weeks to save a little money and install some major security and other shit on the network. they used good timing and media to make it seem as though it was anonymous. this did two things for sony. it increased traffic to their websites increasing ad revenue, and they worked out contracts with government run web-security companies. sony can give away playstation plus and a few downloads for pretty much nothing, and they have come out looking pretty good

  • right cause you guys never say rape or faggot in any articles here

  • Anonymous

    Get this fucking fail nigger out of here. What a faggot. Get run over by a niggers dick. Faggot.