Recently the United States Bureau of Investigation has made a bold claim that they have taken down Anonymous. This shouldn’t be taken seriously and there are two reasons for this: first, the destruction of the global anonymous collective is a feat comparable to how the United States military successfully destroyed the Viet Cong; second, the FBI is just grasping at straws these days to inspire fear in the public, but more importantly, try to seem like they are capable of defeating people who aren’t criminally insane or commit crimes of passion–let alone state-hackers who easily hijack American drones. I have been saying this for a while, but part of the problem with the American Feds is that the skilled computer people do not pass security clearances, hence why there is a shortage of skilled people. This is why they recruited Edward Snowden as they did, he was a nerd with computer skills who broke both his legs in boot camp, he was desperate and the Feds basically trained him, thus had a tight grip on his loyalty. This didn’t work in the long run, hence why the US government is now making everyone who works for them a card carrying member of the Thought Police. Perhaps whistleblowers wouldn’t be a problem if the US government wasn’t violating international laws, violating the constitution, etc. Instead of addressing the root of the problem, the monster that is policy, Obama and friends deicide that, even after campaign promises to protect whistleblowers like Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden, not protecting whistleblowers is a better idea. They must be retarded to think that they are going to win the long fight in protecting policy that is about shameless economic imperialism under the guise of “freedom and democracy,” or by being anti-American by being against the US Constitution. Luckily, history will judge these people as they merit.
So what about the FBI’s claims, do they stand up to scrutiny? Lol no. According to “anonymous sources” cited in this article, they haven’t accomplished anything. While these are interesting claims made by a self-appointed representative of Anonymous, YourAnonNews, this newfag’s analysis on the anonymous collective should be taken with a grain of salt. The idea that Anonymous wouldn’t take out powerlines simply for the lulz, or political causes against an increasingly tyrannical government to make a point, goes to show these sort of people are New Anonymous. Old Anonymous (which still exists btw), have no problem with this sort of style of doing business, and they do this all the time. The FBI likes to brag about bringing down scriptkiddies that made up Lulzsec (who never did anything lulzy by Old Anonymous standards btw) and their informant Sabu was trying to give the shaft on another FBI informant (who was trying to do the same to Sabu). The FBI’s attempts to do anything in the world of cyberspace is comparable to a game of soggy biscuits. Instead of the loser has to eat the biscuit, the FBI, their informants, and people stupid enough to fall into honeypots are the ones eating the Jesus replicating semen laden grain products. While anyone of talent is simply refusing to get involved in such obvious traps and continue to conduct business as normal.
So why did the FBI say they did what they did? Cause they want a PR victory for the public to ignore the fact they are losing the greater battle. The US government is barely capable of beating thirteen year old boys, and they want to go to war with Syria or Iran, whom have some serious talent, is idiotic. Given how pathetically vulnerable America’s electronic infrastructure is (and will be for a while because of spending cuts), any further military incursions into the Middle East, is going to cripple America and cause her elites look more pathetically incompetent than they already do.
So what about the strength of the anonymous collective? Stronger than ever. Why? One thing the US government doesn’t understand, or cannot beat, is martyrdom. Whether it be Christians martyring themselves to the lions, jihadists fighting genodical imperialists, or hackers, the concept of martyrdom attracts the youth to a cause. If you have ever talked to professional hackers, they tend to be in many ways as fanatical and desiring martyrdom like a suicide bomber. The problem that the anonymous collective poses to the US government will never be defeated. Nice try FBI, but only the mentally deficient and NORPS believe your claims you have won the war against hackers who challenge your morally bankrupt status quo.