Anonymous – the Cyber-Terrorists

Here’s part of a statement issued by the Church of Scientology relating to the U.S. Department of Justice announcing last week the filing of federal criminal charges against Dmitriy Guzner of New Jersey, a member of the cyber-terrorist group known as Anonymous

“Since January, 2008 Anonymous has been responsible for 3.6 million harassing emails and 141 million malicious hits against Church websites, as well as 41 death threats, 56 bomb and arson threats, 103 threats of other violence and 40 incidents of vandalism against Church of Scientology staff, executives, parishioners and/or facilities. A documentary describing these acts of violence can be seen at”

If you want to see what Anonymous has been busy doing while pretending to be a bunch of harmless pranksters and recruiting people who should know better into their ranks, click that link above.

Let’s not forget the purpose of Anonymous, as they so proudly put on the Fox News site when they hacked it a while back:

“We are the face of chaos– We ruin the lives of other people simply because we can — Hundreds die in a plane crash. We laugh. The nation mourns over school shooting, we laugh. We’re the embodiment of humanity with no remorse, no caring, no love, or no sense of morality.”

And let’s not forget that it when the hacker cracked into Sarah Palin’s email account at Yahoo a few weeks ago, he was doing so as part of Anonymous (despite their claims to the contrary, that’s fairly obvious.)

A bunch of vicious little dweebs, Anonymous, out to get their lulz (“jollies”) at the expense of anyone they can. When they gather they always seem to carry signs defaming my religion — here’s what they really mean:

Anonymous - Psychiatry is the only allowed religion

3 Responses to Anonymous – the Cyber-Terrorists

  1. Grahame October 30, 2008 at 7:14 pm #

    Another thing that annoys me about them is their use of masks while “protesting”. The masks are purposely intimidating and show that they can’t really believe in what they are protesting about, else why are they afraid to show their faces?

    Also the masks are from the movie “V for Vendetta” which is about a guy standing up for human rights, and one of the right highlighted in the movie is freedom of religion. It is one of my favorite films of all time and I find it abhorrent that these anti-religious creeps are using something that is pro-human rights to push their anti-human rights agenda.

  2. Scientologist January 18, 2009 at 3:31 pm #

    Anonymous is a very dangerous cult and should be stopped by the law. More has to be done by bringing these criminals to justice and send them to jail and file lawsuits against them. They’re only intent is to cause harm and chaos. They are criminals simple as that. Anybody who supports the cult of Anonymous should also be thrown in jail and get the *** kicked out of them. Big mouth on the internet but in person they’re as quiet and docile as a sheep.

  3. patrick April 13, 2009 at 8:09 pm #

    The fact that they call themselves Anonymous is just a true commentary on how cowardly they are, they want to spread destructive lies but do not have the ……………to show their real identity. This is how all cowards operate.


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