Part 1-Lulz from Anons
Anonymous is the go to collective of hackers for media outlets that want to drum up fear for internet freedom. The weapon of choice for Anonymous is a distributed denial of service attack, also known as DDoS. DDoS works by overloading a web server to the point where it can no longer function for . . .
Extremist views on the freedom of speech Seek attention with the element of shock Exclusive Hateful Self-Righteous Excessive use of the word fag Trolls till death Homophobic
The Jester has taken credit for his fail of a false-flag attack on Westboro Baptist. Westboro Baptist and The Legion have buried the hatchet. The Legion is . . .
The Legion was once a young collective, a hivemind not yet awakened to true consciousness. The Legion acted as a kind of international provocateur that fed on reactions. It grew and the world around it grew also. Mobile phones that could access the internet and take video made dictatorships an intolerable thing of the past. . . .
Anonymous refuses all definitions, yet a close look at their actions is all one needs to understand what they are all about. Anonymous is not a group of socially minded and technologically savvy internet users that want to change the world for the better. They are not a group at all. Instead, they are a . . .
The most hateful storm of the century will hit Wednesday. Warning: MAY STRIKE DURING CHURCH HOURS. . . .
“John Galamos, please report to the office. John Galamos to the principal’s office.” I opened the door to Assistant Principal Whitlow’s office and he gestured for me to sit down. “I understand you’ve been selling acid to the younger kids,” he said. “I want some.” . . .
THE GOVERNMENT’S REVOLT The Dangers of Capital Thought in a New Millennium
By James K. Galloway
The United States Government is clamping down on personal freedoms through some kind of overarching groupthink injection pattern across favorable corporate media platforms and into the collective unconsciousness. It scares me in ways their extroverted propaganda campaign of fear . . .