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Anonymous Declares WAR with ISIS!


It seems that most everybody else in the world is ready to take action to take up the fight against ISIS. Even the Hacktivist group Anonymous has announced that they will be bringing down the full weight of their cyber warfare upon the terrorist group after this last weekends Paris attack. They have already declared that they are at war with ISIS. As the Blaze reports:

In the wake of last week’s terrorist attack in Paris that left 129 dead, the hacker network Anonymous published a video describing their plan to unleash a cyber war on the Islamic State.

In an unverified video posted to YouTube, an apparent Anonymous spokesperson wearing a signature Guy Fawkes mask said in French, “These attacks cannot remain unpunished” and that they will “hunt down” those responsible.

“Anonymous from all over the world will hunt you down,” the video said. “You should know that we will find you, and we will not let you go. We will launch the biggest operation ever against you. Expect massive cyber attacks.”

The video went on to say “war is declared” on the Islamic State and to be prepared because “the French people are stronger than you” and will be even stronger after the recent attacks.

Anonymous first gained notoriety when it launched cyber attacks against organizations like PayPal, MasterCard and the Church of Scientology. Additionally, the hacker group has been committed to shutting down the social media accounts of those supporting the Islamic State since the January attack on Charlie Hebdo.

According to Anonymous, the group has successfully reported more than 39,000 Twitter accounts and led to the suspension of more than 25,000.

I must admit that as with any group or organization, that I do not agree with every operation that Anonymous has launched. But I do find that I find myself cheering them on in most of their Ops. They have a wide spectrum of issues that they have taken an activist role in and due to the nature of the make up of Anonymous, this makes sense as they are made up of a multitude of many groups and individuals. Like them or not Anonymous is a major player on the world stage. It seems to me with ISIS, the rest of the world has lead when it comes to action. Russia, Jordan, France and now even Anonymous all have lead by example with taking on the evil of ISIS. Much as I remember the United States doing …I am left to wonder when we will once again be a world leader.

What are your thoughts on Anonymous? Please let us know in the comments.



Jason Van Tatenhove


Stewart Rhodes

Stewart is the founder and National President of Oath Keepers. He served as a U.S. Army paratrooper until disabled in a rough terrain parachuting accident during a night jump. He is a former firearms instructor, former member of Rep. Ron Paul’s DC staff, and served as a volunteer firefighter in Montana. Stewart previously wrote the monthly Enemy at the Gates column for S.W.A.T. Magazine. Stewart graduated from Yale Law School in 2004, where his paper “Solving the Puzzle of Enemy Combatant Status” won Yale’s Miller prize for best paper on the Bill of Rights. He assisted teaching U.S. military history at Yale, was a Yale Research Scholar, and is writing a book on the dangers of applying the laws of war to the American people.



  1. Since ISIS was created by the CIA (an unAmerican organization) and paid for with our money does that mean they will be targeting the American TRAITORS?

    If so, as with some other targets they went after, Good!

  2. The march, organised by the group Anonymous to campaign against austerity measures an “the surveillance state”, began peacefully with songs and chants at Trafalgar Square.

    The UK Anonymous website describes the march on Parliament as a “protest against austerity … the infringement of our rights … mass surveillance … war crimes … corrupt politicians.”

    With placards and banners saying “One solution: one revolution”, they chanted “Whose streets? Our streets” during the march from Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square.

    My favourite sign tonight! Sorry for the inconvenience, we are trying to change the world.

    Anonymous said it was protesting against the “encroaching destruction of many civil liberties”, the “creation of a surveillance state” and the “government’s disregard for the poor, the elderly and disabled”.

    I’m here against all the spying and the austerity cuts. I’m here to protect people’s rights and support our fellow man.

    The Facebook event’s blurb decries “the abuses and malpractice of this Government, and governments before it”, citing the “encroaching destruction of many civil liberties we hold dear”, “profit and greed of the few put before the well-being of the many”, and “the Government’s disregard for migrants, for the poor, the elderly and the disabled”.

    “The Mask is a sign of equality”

    Ajacx UK, 45, is the founder of Anonymous’ radio station and has been at the protests every year since it started in 2011.

    He said

    Quote I’m here against all the spying and the austerity cuts. I’m here to protect people’s rights and support our fellow man.

    We’re not all about hacking anymore – it’s more about standing up for what’s right. It’s a peaceful collective – Anon is a non violent collective – that’s police propaganda. If anyone kicks off it won’t be anonymous people. The mask is a sign of equality.

    Founder of Anon radio station: “Russell brand is not our leader – if he turns up he will get egged!” mmm2015

  3. I don’t know what to think about them. Are they for real, are we watching a movie? Exciting times we live in.

  4. Is Anonymous and ISIS a UN creation to create chaos and confusion, so they can force us into a new world order?

    “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players”

  5. Sometimes it takes a nerd to stop the bullies. Rock on you nerds. I’m a geek, but not nerdy enough to do any real good

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