Friday, June 23, 2017


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World War

The notorious hacker groups Anonymous has a message to the citizens of the world, and it is not good.

Anonymous Official’s YouTube channel released a video on Sunday that spells out the reasons why we are literally on the doorstep of world war three.

As the video starts with the chilling computer voice, the narrator outlines why we are going to war and when it will start.

In the video, one thing that was pointed out was the American perception of “Russian aggression”.

Every time there is any hack on any agency, the DNC or Hillary, the Democrats are very quick to blame the Russians. In many cases, literally as the story breaks, news agencies claim a source that says, “The Russians may be involved in the attack”.

Anonymous also mentions the Chinese in the video regarding trade agreements.

Over the weekend when Obama met with the leader of China there were obvious tensions and they did not make any headway.

There is a tremendous amount of issues rising in the world right now. Everything from the economy to civil rights to terrorism to hunger is threatening our future.

While Obama is attending his last #G20, America looks weak right now. In the eyes of the world, Obama is out of office in the coming months and America is deeply divided in the election.

Americans don’t receive truthful news from American media and most people are too busy arguing about Colin Kaepernick to pay attention to real news.

Right now, it would be wise to pay attention to what is happening in the world, because if Anonymous is correct, then things could get very ugly, very fast.

Just make sure you are prepared for whatever comes next.

Do you believe that Anonymous is right or are they flat out wrong? Let us know in the comments below.

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The hacking group, Anonymous, released a video yesterday featuring a man in a Guy Fawkes mask who announced a “call to arms” against Donald Trump.

The group called for hackers to shut down his Web site and dig up any dirt on the GOP frontrunner.

The reasoning for the action, according to Anonymous, is that “Trump stands for nothing.”

The hashtag associated with the hacking campaign, #OpTrump, has already caught on with hackers on Twitter and has a launch date of April 1st . . . April Fool’s Day.

Given that Trump does not rely on his site to fund his campaign and does the majority of announcements via email and text message, while maintaining direct communication with supporters through Twitter and Facebook, Anonymous may not be able to do much harm.

Watch the video here:

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Hacker group “Anonymous” claims to have released a membership list of high-powered politicians from both parties who are members of the white-supremacist Ku Klux Klan.

These names most prominently include four Republican Senators: Sens. Dan Coats (R-IN), John Cornyn (R-TX), John Hardy Isakson (R-GA), and Thom Tillis (R-NC). But the list is, overall, bipartisan: it also includes five mayors, four of whom are Democrats and one is Republican.

However, another list, released Thursday, did not include any of these elected officials.

Anonymous, without retracting their initial list, explained the Thursday list was released because they would “rather have a smaller, accurate list that we are comfortable with,” which could mean that the earlier list wasn’t completely credible.

For their part, the four Senators—along with the mayors—have denied their membership in the Ku Klux Klan.

Coats slammed the report on Twitter as “baseless Internet garbage of the worst kind.” He later wrote, “For those who are asking—I have never had any affiliation with the Ku Klux Klan and deplore all forms of racial discrimination.”

The other named Senators and mayors also slammed back, claiming that the report was absolutely false.

The Ku Klux Klan, which a century ago commanded tremendous political power in the South, now only has about 6,000 estimated members. Which makes it highly unlikely that this many politicians would be members.

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Jessica Chambers Anonymous

Individuals claiming association with the infamous “hacktivist” group, Anonymous, have thrown down the gauntlet to find the killer or killers who sadistically took the life of 19 year-old Jessica Chambers in Mississippi.

Anonymous is all too often associated with online pranksters, punks or simply the dark side of the net.

However, the group has engaged in acts that most Americans would praise . . . unless you’re the Church of Scientology, the KKK or the sympathetic of the Chinese Government.

Those three above have been victims of Anonymous’ massive reach.

In the case of Jessica Chambers who was burned alive in her small Mississippi town, the group has already presented the public and law enforcement with obvious leads that all point to unbridled gang activity.

Anonymous has focused in on the gas station where she was last seen.

The convenience store appears to be cozy, if not part of, rampant gang activity.

See for yourself in the pictures uncovered by Anonymous below. An individual who is reportedly an employee of the store, Ali Alsanai, is seen “throwing gang signs” with local hoodlums.

Jessica allegedly dated a member of the “Black Squad” which is a gang that is noted to “rule” the area at night where Jessica was last seen.

Whether or not the research by Anonymous leads to the capture of Jessica’s killer, they have already uncovered disturbing information that alleges the local Sheriff’s office open dealings and employment of at least one known drug dealer and gang member.

The Federal Bureau of Investigations recently announced its involvement in the case.


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