A declaration of war

From Anonymous:

Declaration of War on the United States Government.

To the Citizens of the United States and the United States Government.
We are Anonymous.

In the past few months, our collective has been organizing the operation known as Operation Blackout. Part of the operation’s purpose was to alert the people of the coming bill that was to be called the Stop Online Piracy Act.

This Act would give Congress the power to censor any internet website they wish without consent from the Citizens of the United States. This act would’ve also had the power to jail any person who infringed on its new copyright law for an equivalence of five years. This copyright law would’ve had the power to destroy social networking sites such as Facebook and YouTube. Video gameplay and free movies would cease to exist.

However, Operation Blackout was a success. As a collective, we’ve managed to spread the word and alert the masses. Internet giants such as Google, Wikipedia, and Reddit became hand-in-hand with us as we all managed to make an impact on the decisions of our, “free government”. But as we’ve seen with Megaupload, the government may not need a bill to be passed to get their way. Other operations we’ve conducted over this time period have awaken the people to the nightmare that is the United States Government. Sections 1031 and 1032 of the National Defense Authorization Act have been ratified. Yet we face new threats.

The United States Government is seeking to pass the Cyber Security Act of 2012. This act is as Orwellian as it sounds; it will endanger our collective and we will not stand by and watch while this government of lies prepares to take away our freedoms. The National Security Agency insists on labeling us as a leaderless, terrorist organization. The question is, “who do we terrorize?”. Can it possibly be that the United States government is truly scared of us? Nevertheless, The time for action is now.

Our collective has realized, along with many United States citizens, that the current government is no longer functional. Our economy is unstable, our representatives uncooperative, and our system, destroyed.

We are not calling upon the collective to deface or use a distributed denial of service attack on a United States government agency website or affiliate. We are not calling upon the people to occupy a city or protest in front of a local building. This has not brought on us any legislative change or alternate law. It has only brought us bloodshed and false criticism. For the last 12 years, voting was useless. Corporations and lobbyists are the true leaders of this country and are the ones with the power to control our lives. To rebuild our government, we must first destroy it.

Our time for democracy is here.
Our time for real change is here.
This is America’s time, to have its own revolution.

Therefore, Anonymous has decided to openly declare war on the United States government. This is a call to arms. We call upon the Citizens of the United States to stand beside us in overthrowing this corrupted body and call upon a new era. Our allegiance is to the American people, because they are us, and we are them.

Operation V, engaged.

We are Anonymous.
We are Americans.
We never Forgive.
We never Forget.
To the United States government, it’s too late to expect us.

These are the fucksticks who started OWS.

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79 Responses to A declaration of war

  1. OldCoastie says:

    oh crap, what are they up to now?

  2. myiq2xu says:

  3. Lulu says:

    These pinheads are agitating for civil war. Life has not handed them what they think they deserve so they act out, exhibit transfer aggression towards females (or anyone handy they perceive as weaker which is a primate behavior) showing a stunted development. All of their social skills and most of their intellect were formed by reading comic books and playing video games where no one bled or died. Is this Obama’s election army? They remind me of him.

    • driguana says:

      This plus viral lying plus racial agitation plus civil disobedience equals Obama’s election plan….if there actually is to be an election when all of these socially disruptive and divisive activities collide at the same time….forget election trends and polling.

  4. DeniseVB says:

    Okay, if the Anonnies win their “war”, how would they run the country? Can you imagine? 😀

  5. lurker says:


    BTW, why America? What about China/Russia or the oppresive ME countries?

  6. votermom says:

    A C4P moderator has kids in Chardon HS (safe, thankfully) and posted what yesterday was like.
    He includes the emergency call that the principal sent out.
    I am just imagining how I would react to getting a call like that from my kids’ school…


  7. myiq2xu says:

    Lynn D. ‘Buck’ Compton dies at 90; attorney, judge also known for WWII service

    He was one of the Band of Brothers. He also prosecuted Sirhan Sirhan.

  8. Lola-at-Large says:

  9. HELENK says:

    maybe the figured out that if go to war with us, and go to a detention center you can get things like this.


    anybody old enough to remember the movie the mouse that roared?

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Owies back in action tomorrow….


    Going after corporations who buy politicians. Shouldn’t that be the other way around?

    • DandyTiger says:

      Liked this bit:

      So by the end of 2008, it was far more convenient for Schmidt to ride the media’s wave of false narratives than it was to learn from his mistakes of trying to script someone who didn’t need scripting. Palin took that pressure and wanted to campaign with that momentum. Schmidt and Wallace mishandled that gift and came out looking like dunces.

      My hunch is that McCain knows this. My hunch is that even Julianne Moore knows this. It’s just better for the sake of business as usual for them to ignore it all.

      It’s becoming clear that just like McCain’s campaign managers, or just like the creep who moved in next door to the Palin family, or just like Palin’s disgruntled former aide who was recently fined $11K for misusing state emails, these Hollywood folks who are supposed to be part of an “elite” are headed down the same path of irrelevancy.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Too little too late for Moore. When I found out she didn’t even read Sarah’s books, she lost all credibility to me as a serious actress. Portraying a living person without research screams hit piece. She’s merely playing Tina Fey playing Sarah.

    • HELENK says:

      Sarah Palin is a great voice for the American people. what is moore but a script reader, voicing words and thoughts of someone else. Did no research on her own. Why would anyone listen to her??

    • DandyTiger says:

      I think Moore has been a really good actor in some parts she has played. But sadly she’s a stupid propaganda puppet happy to be used. Which makes it even sadder. Use people up and then toss them under the bus. It’s a familiar pattern.

      I think she knew very well this was a cartoon character hit piece for petty propaganda reasons, but for her own political motives, she went along with it. It’s interesting that now she seems to feel the need to defend what happened, or even better, admit she agrees there’s more to the story.

      I bet she bought into the propaganda that no one likes Palin and there would be little or no blowback. That’s the problem of living in the elite bubble, you actually start believing some of the propaganda.

    • DandyTiger says:

      I also like this bit from the article:

      But in researching Palin, didn’t Moore research everything-Palin pre-2008? You’d think she’d have been interested in why it was Palin took on an incumbent Republican Governor in Alaska and trounced him in an election. Wasn’t she in the least bit curious as to why Palin achieved an 80% approval rating as Governor?

      Of course not. Why would she?

    • driguana says:

      Posted this earlier on the Conservatives 4 Palin site:
      Yes, I agree with you Steve. People who watch these kind of movies “believe” they are real and factual and make up their minds about what they will then believe based on a movie. It is a very sad aspect of our society Ms. Lorna, but true. Movies are movies, they are stories regardless if they are “based on a true story” or not. An actor or director needs to accept that when they take on a project. Ms. Moore had to have known, or refused to do the homework to know, that the screenplay they were given was just that, a screenplay and not actual fact. I for one would not go to see this movie for those reasons and to not contribute to this aspect of the 1%….which is what Hollywood is. I find it rather amusing that the Hollywood 1% has an entire evening of trumped up glitterization to give each other little golden statues. I personally have come to like and admire Ms. Palin because I have taken the time to read and investigate pretty deeply. I’ve come away with a very positive opinion.

  11. DandyTiger says:

    Don’t know if it means anything, but 100% of the techies I know that like anonymous are Obama worshipers.

    Of course we are all scared shitless about the erosion of rights and what’s been going on lately, obviously mostly from the Dem party of late, sadly. And we want to disrupt that and battle against that. Unfortunately the owsies and anonymous efforts have the opposite effect. They tend to rally people to oppose them and support the government (and corporations). I suspect that’s the plan from the real organizers.

    I think some of what we see from owsies and from anonymous is this weird sense of entitlement coming from the 20 something’s and even some 30 somethings. If you spend your entire childhood getting gold stars for showing up, or even not showing up, you tend to think you deserve a house, car, and big salary for just showing up. They want it now, and by god they’ve learned very well all their lives that they deserve it no matter what. I’m taking that park, house, whatever, because I deserve it.

  12. HELENK says:


    this twerp makes you want to slap his face for insulting your intelligence.

    maybe things like this where the lies are always there and truth is so lost makes the owies believe the deserve what the do not.

  13. Erin says:

    This line from the Declaration of War just tells you all you need to know about this group

    “Video gameplay and free movies would cease to exist.”

    Afterall how could anyone go on living without free movies and videogame play. I am sure that even Thomas Jefferson would have agreed to amended the preamble to say “… life, liberty and the pursuit of free movies and videogameplay” if he were alive today.

  14. DeniseVB says:

    A war of a different nature:


    It’s been a while, what do condoms cost these days? How many would $1,000 buy (a year’s worth per co-ed) ? Isn’t Georgetown a private Catholic university, so in chosing that school I’d say they knew it wasn’t covered.

    As Jim Treacher said, Congratulations to the men of Georgetown Law. 😀

  15. HELENK says:

    I really do not understand the reasoning on actions like this.


    do no make the kids responsible for their actions, sue the store?????

  16. HELENK says:

    The Associated Press ‏ @AP

    · Open

    BREAKING: Republican U.S. Sen. Olympia Snowe of Maine says she won’t seek re-election.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Markos launched #operationhilarity on twitter yesterday calling on all Dems to vote Santorum in Michigan. If Rick wins, you know he’ll take credit.

  17. myiq2xu says:

    Koolaid comes in many flavors:

  18. DandyTiger says:

    Final results were Mitt won both states. Yawn. I have a feeling any excitement in the Repub. race just went down the drain. I’m sure there will be bumpy bits here and there, but it’s hard to imagine Mitt not taking it now. This was make or break for Santorum the Crazy, and he blew it this week. All self inflicted I think.

    Next political stop, Zzzzzzz. Wake me when there’s a real candidate running in either party. Seriously, that’s the best the Repub could scrape together.

    Either way, we get ObamaRomney. How special.

    • votermom says:

      Apparently, Santorum is not the anti-Mitt after all.

      Will the TP shut up & fall in line now? Magic 8-Ball says “check for porcine aviation”

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  21. Three Wickets says:

    Had dinner last night with an Anonymous activist, Google supporter, Chomsky worshipper, OWS protester, MMT promoter, rabid Obot who believes that race baiting is a very good thing. The stupid is like a brain cancer.

    • yttik says:

      Uhg, I hate it when that happens.

      Recently I’ve had the “pleasure” of dining with some very well off Obots. I’ve had to resist the urge to tell them that I don’t live in a bubble and really can’t afford the kind of “change” they want to bless “my kind” with. Nah, nothing racist or condescending about their attitude at all.

  22. votermom says:

    New open thread up!

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