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    I've been reserving judgment about Anonymous for a while now. However,........

    This language in this latest on-line hack, is a dead give-a way, that "Anonymous" is a predictive programing Psyop. It is just more fear mongering to steal more rights.

    setting us up for a A cyber terrorist attack on the internet/ banking system that will mean the government would have to take control of it (under the guise of "keeping us safe").

    Following the clampdown, The Internet as we know it today is going to be dead.

    the 2nd highest number of hackers in world are from Israel (who had a Rothschild on the 500 shekel note)

    Guy Fawkes (anonymous symbol) was a Jesuit fighter for Spain and the Catholic Church .....

    See: Counter Reformation/restoring Catholic Dominion over the Anglo-Saxon Protestants (who had broken away from Rome's authority) .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainmaker View Post
    I've been reserving judgment about Anonymous for a while now. However,........

    This language in this latest on-line hack, is a dead give-a way, that "Anonymous" is a predictive programing Psyop. It is just more fear mongering to steal more rights.
    Anonymous has been around for years, and you decided to reserve judgment... until they decided to expose KKK members? Strange coincidence, don't you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Jones View Post
    Anonymous has been around for years, and you decided to reserve judgment... until they decided to expose KKK members? Strange coincidence, don't you think?
    @Rusty Jones the language in the release exposes them as leftist agitprop.

    The latest "hack" kills 2 birds with 1 stone (racist right wing extremists meme and the internet needs more surveillance)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainmaker View Post
    I've been reserving judgment about Anonymous for a while now. However,........

    This language in this latest on-line hack, is a dead give-a way, that "Anonymous" is a predictive programing Psyop. It is just more fear mongering to steal more rights.

    setting us up for a A cyber terrorist attack on the internet/ banking system that will mean the government would have to take control of it (under the guise of "keeping us safe").

    Following the clampdown, The Internet as we know it today is going to be dead.

    the 2nd highest number of hackers in world are from Israel (who had a Rothschild on the 500 shekel note)

    Guy Fawkes (anonymous symbol) was a Jesuit fighter for Spain and the Catholic Church .....

    See: Counter Reformation/restoring Catholic Dominion over the Anglo-Saxon Protestants (who had broken away from Rome's authority) .

    Well, that would be a very shitty psyop because Anonymous is easily thwarted by network administrators that do their jobs.

    I'm sure that the hacking of the KKK scares the hell out of you, but the rest of us don't care.

    Besides, I doubt that the Klan is known for having impressive computer security skills.

    Keeping software updated and using common sense security practices stops the vast majority of their attacks.

    During the 2010-2011 timeframe, they had a few people who had some impressive skills. However, the FBI had little trouble rounding them up.

    The recent email hack of CIA Director Brennan's personal email was the equivalent of him leaving his wallet on the front seat of his car with the window open. That wasn't even an Anonymous effort, but it illustrates that is more an issue of people exploiting poor security practices, than a sophisticated threat.

    Even hackers that are sponsored by Nation-state entities are mostly stopped by good security.

    When you start hearing about a group using a large number of Zero Day exploits, that is when you know they are sophisticated.

    A Zero Day exploit is one that was previously unknown, and it usually indicates a level of sophistication that goes beyond those groups like Annonymous who troll for poorly secured web servers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post

    I'm sure that the hacking of the KKK scares the hell out of you, but the rest of us don't care.
    I don't give a shit about the kkk clownshow and I don't fuck around on my wife.

    But, I am open-minded.

    So, as soon as anonymous starts posting the names (and associations) of the socialist Atheist Jew oligarchy behind the funding of the open borders, cop killing and transgender faggot agendas then I'll reconsider.

    P.s. your hasbara game is weak!
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    Rainmaker,

    Where did you pick up the fact that Jews being number 2 in the list for hackers? From what I have read, China is the second most hacker filled country in the world, while the US is number 1.

    Maybe we should ask Mjolnir about the true figures. He is the XO for the Navy's Cyber War Command, or whatever it is named.

    Little known fact:

    Over the last couple of years, Mjolnir and I have banned spammers/spam bots/hackers from countries, worldwide. To date, we have removed about 800 of these bad boys.

    I am just too lazy to try to figure out, country by country, how many are from each country. China/Russia/Russian Confederacy/France/Canada, and a few other countries make up the larger part of this list. Part of this list does contain some bad guys from Pakistan, Iran, and Egypt.

    Number of bans for Israel, 0. We have yet to ban anyone from there. Why? Because the protocols which we identify the spammers and hackers with have not yet had any identified as having originated in Israel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncaRastus View Post
    Rainmaker,

    Where did you pick up the fact that Jews being number 2 in the list for hackers? From what I have read, China is the second most hacker filled country in the world, while the US is number 1.

    Maybe we should ask Mjolnir about the true figures. He is the XO for the Navy's Cyberwar Command.
    It's true uncle. Not counting us...

    But, Rainmaker must clarify for the recording because the j-mafia trolls ( @Absinthe Anecdote and @Bos Mutus) will start shrieking Anti Semite...in 3...2....1...

    Rainmaker said Israelies...Not "the Jews".There's a difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainmaker View Post
    I don't give a shit about the kkk and I don't fuck around on my wife.

    But, I am open-minded.

    So, as soon as anonymous starts posting the names (and associations) of the socialist Atheist Jew oligarchy behind the funding of the open borders, cop killing and transgender faggot agendas then I'll reconsider.

    P.s. your hasbara game is weak!

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    The Society of St. Pius X is a schismatic offshoot of the Roman Catholic Church. It was founded by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre (1905-1991), a former bishop of Tulle, France, in 1969. Originally established as a religious order within the Catholic Church, the Society, under the Archbishop's leadership, became increasingly strident in its opposition to various reforms of the Second Vatican Council and even to the very teachings of the Council itself.

    By 1987, the Society had so distanced itself from the mainstream Catholic Church that Lefebvre announced he would ordain bishops for his movement, a move historically seen by the church as formal schism. Lefebvre's stated reason for ordaining bishops was to preserve the priesthood, which he believed was in danger of dying out in mainstream Catholicism due to changes in the ordination ritual-changes secretly designed to prevent the actual ordination of priests, although to onlookers it would appear that such ordination had taken place. In 1988, the Vatican officially warned the Archbishop that he and the bishops consecrated by him would be excommunicated should he proceed with the episcopal ordinations.

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    Zzz...right out of the handbook.

    Suprised you didn't start yelling out loud at Jesus about his klling of an innocent fig tree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Jones View Post
    However... this is a bit different. If there's a white physician who's a member of the KKK, and he's performing surgeries on black patients... you might want to know that. Police officers, teachers, restaurant owners, judges, mayors, and so many others... those are things that they public has the right to now.
    Why would having a white doctor who is working on black patients, but is a KKK member, be 'public has a right to know'? Unless that doc is willfully giving those black patients a lesser level of service, i don't see it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bos Mutus View Post
    It is kind of like a Robin Hood deal or vigilante, I guess.

    Criminal, yes...but, attacking bad guys.

    I could see "Anonymous" being a good movie...the new Death Wish.
    But they are only 'bad guys' in the sense that these groups does stuff Anonymous dislikes..

    Quote Originally Posted by UncaRastus View Post
    Little known fact:

    Over the last couple of years, Mjolnir and I have banned spammers/spam bots/hackers from countries, worldwide. To date, we have removed about 800 of these bad boys.

    I am just too lazy to try to figure out, country by country, how many are from each country. China/Russia/Russian Confederacy/France/Canada, and a few other countries make up the larger part of this list. Part of this list does contain some bad guys from Pakistan, Iran, and Egypt.

    Number of bans for Israel, 0. We have yet to ban anyone from there. Why? Because the protocols which we identify the spammers and hackers with have not yet had any identified as having originated in Israel.
    Thank's for your and Mjolnir's work.

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