Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Anonymous adds fuel to Greek Fire by threatening to delete all citizen debts

If the modus operandi of the banking elites is to get nations and citizens into debt so they have no choice but to give up their rights and sovereignty, then the best response of course is to wipe out all that debt.

Hacker group Anonymous appears to realize this, and has joined in on the Greek bailout debate by threatening to delete all citizen debts with the stroke of a key.

If there is one war that Greece could not afford to join, that is with the global computer hacking collective known as Anonymous. Yet as of minutes ago, that is precisley what happened, after Anonymous, as part of what it now calls Operation Greece, took down the Greek Ministry of Justice (http://www.ministryofjustice.gr/). While the pretext for the hacking appears to have been an arrest of the wrong people, is seems to have angered Anonymous to the point where they have left an extended message of demands on the Greek website, warning that unless the IMF withdraws from the country and the government resigns, all debts of Greek citizens will be wiped clean. - Zerohedge

When politicians choose bankers over their citizens, the public needs a superhero to save them.  In this case, it is an anti-hero who's modes and methods don't always correspond with the needs of the people, but when they do, it can go a long way to evening the playing field.

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