Anonymous spreads a list of Syrian websites to take down

A few minutes ago we received a private message on facebook sent by @NoLibya4Syria advising us that the so called “Anonymous” group, is spreading a list of Syrian websites to penetrate and hack. You can all notice that the timing with the vast Nato misinformation campaign is perfect… Hence, if the genuine Anonymous group is behind this list, you can easily understand whose interests are Anonymous members serving…

Thanks to all of you to spread this message and help foiling Anonymous plans

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Salvo A Bordo
‎#OPFUCKSYRIANGOV
The people in syria are getting suppressed by their leader, attacking villages with innocent people and children by fighterplanes and tanks! And now also hacking and declaring war to anonymous we must avenge our self and the people of syria!

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Le siège de Hadopi repeint par les Anonymous

Les Anonymous ont encore frappé. Le siège de Hadopi, dans le 15e arrondissement parisien, a été tagué dans la nuit du samedi 28 au dimanche 29 janvier. Au petit matin, il est apparu griffé du logo du groupe peint au pochoir, et du slogan en lettres rouges “We are legion”. Le gendarme du téléchargement a confirmé “ces faits regrettables”. Une plainte contre X pour dégradations a été déposée.

Les militants pour un Internet libre se sont fait remarquer ces derniers temps, notamment en réagissant à la fermeture de Megaupload par une série d’attaques de sites officiels, auxquels n’ont pas échappé le FBI, le ministère américain de la justice, l’Elysée, Hadopi.fr ou encore la maison de disque Universal Music. Mais le tableau de chasse des hackers, varié, compte également les sites de cartes de crédit américaines Visa et MasterCard – pris pour cible en réponse à leur décision de bloquer les versements à WikiLeaks – ou encore le ministère syrien de la défense, et l’Eglise de scientologie.

The Anonymous striked again, this time in real life. The Headquarters of Hadopi, in the 15th district in Paris, have been splashed with the group logo stencilled on the front, and with the motto in red letters “We are Legion”. The French download police has confirmed and qualified “these events as regrettable”. A complaint against persons unknown (anonymous, sic -!-) has been lodged.

Activists for a Free Web have been known recently, by their reactions against the closing of Megaupload, when they simultaneously attacked several official sites, including the FBI, The US Department of Justice, the French Palace of Elysée, Hadopi.fr or the Major Universal Music. But they are also famous to have attacked the websites of US credit card Visa and MasterCard – targeted when those decided to stop the payments to WikiLeaks – or the Syrian Ministry of Defense, and the Scientology Church.

Editor Note: Personnally we don’t really understand what their motives are, when they attack the website of the Syrian Ministry of Defense, unless they are Dumbasses who do not understand that the Globalists are behind the Color Coups ‘so called Arabs Revolutions’ and the various attempts to overthrow the Syrian Government.

(Source: LeBlogLeMonde)