• Anonymous urges global protests
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[url]http://www.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/int/news/-/news/technology-12191486[/url]
too bad they are a bunch of neckbeards in their moms basements
Why BBC, Why
[QUOTE=Heidenreich;27409298]too bad they are a bunch of neckbeards in their moms basements[/QUOTE] And hipsters.
wow that video is fucking terrible. holy shit.
[QUOTE=Heidenreich;27409298]too bad they are a bunch of neckbeards in their moms basements[/QUOTE] and 12 year olds
Remember the church of Scientology? They are still around, aren't they? Just let this blow over--anon has no real power.
[QUOTE=TailsPrower;27409463]Remember the church of Scientology? They are still around, aren't they? Just let this blow over--anon has no real power.[/QUOTE] no they are the most powerful organization ever [editline]14th January 2011[/editline] :downs:
Actually Anon has power. Not becouse they actually do, but becouse people believe they do.
[QUOTE=Laserbeams;27409504]no they are the most powerful organization ever [editline]14th January 2011[/editline] :downs:[/QUOTE]They are not an organization though, they have no structure, therefore, they are worthless.
you can't stop legion
I wish Anon would fuck off and stick to protesting Scientology.
[QUOTE=TailsPrower;27409548]They are not an organization though, they have no structure, therefore, they are worthless.[/QUOTE] Organizations aren't defined by a structure, they're defined as a group of people who willingly co-operate with each other to achieve a common goal.
[QUOTE=TailsPrower;27409463]Remember the church of Scientology? They are still around, aren't they? Just let this blow over--anon has no real power.[/QUOTE] You can't really force something with protests but you can show support or opposition. Scientology doesn't care I think but a lot of other people do.
I guess this will only let people know more about Wikileaks and whats going on with it, more than anything
I think it's great that they're trying to do something but I don't think this will accomplish anything.
Attention seekers, doesn't matter. They won't win anything.
[QUOTE=Profanwolf;27409300]Why BBC, Why[/QUOTE] Because it's their job to report the news and this is news.
Well, they did really win against Scientology by alerting ex-members, and the like, and now they all they did was mostly sit back and enjoy the ride. Though they did it mostly for trolling and doing gay stuff, since they hate gay people.
What a stupid song to use on the video.
World governments versus a bunch of guys from the internet, place your bets.
[QUOTE=acds;27410125]World governments versus the citizens of their nations place your bets.[/QUOTE] Fixed it for you. [editline]14th January 2011[/editline] Protesting is an excellent way of getting word out, even if it doesn't change anything directly. Even if it does nothing, it's better than just sitting back and taking it.
What I don't get is how do they organise protests? I mean they have blogs but someone individual has to be running them. That sort of defeats the purpose of anonymous.
[QUOTE=Pavarotti;27410372]What I don't get is how do they organise protests? I mean they have blogs but someone individual has to be running them. That sort of defeats the purpose of anonymous.[/QUOTE] You don't need anyone to "run" a protest, everyone is there for the same reason. It isn't a war.
[QUOTE=TailsPrower;27409548]They are not an organization though, they have no structure, therefore, they are worthless.[/QUOTE] Not having a structure is their power smartass. I dunno why you can't see that.
While they're generally proactive, the many /b/tards going "HURR ANONYMOOS IS LEJUN" annoys me
Anonymous has decentralization going for them, sure, but I doubt that it'll really help them in the long run. Sure, you can't pinpoint a real leader, but they'll eventually drop out from their cause without a real goal set.
I would do this cause I support wikileaks. But the 15th is tomorrow fuck that shit call me next weekend or something.
[QUOTE=SystemGS;27411169]Anonymous has decentralization going for them, sure, but I doubt that it'll really help them in the long run. Sure, you can't pinpoint a real leader, but they'll eventually drop out from their cause without a real goal set.[/QUOTE] You seem to not know anyonymous existed before the whole wikileaks business.
[QUOTE=mobrockers;27411223]You seem to not know anyonymous existed before the whole wikileaks business.[/QUOTE] No, no, I remember the Scientology protests and before those, even. The fact of the matter is, they all lost steam pretty quickly.
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