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Anonymous takes on the terrorists

AnonymousFaceThe hacker group Anonymous has vowed publicly to avenge the terror attack against Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

In a video message addressed to “al-Qaeda, the Islamic State and other terrorists” it said it was “declaring war against you, the terrorists”.

Because of the killing of innocent people and the “inhuman assault” on freedom of expression, Anonymous said it would track down the terrorists “everywhere on the planet”.

It added that the group will track down all the terrorists’ activities online and close all accounts on social networks related to terrorists in order to avenge those who have been killed.

“We will not let your stupidity kill our liberties and our freedom of expression”.

The video was presented by a figure wearing the group’s Guy Fawkes mask and with an obscured voice.

Anonymous are a group of hackers who have carried out a number of cyber attacks, including on governments, religious and corporate websites.

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-4 #4 RCK 2015-01-12 20:31
Quoting chez:
'Dave' Cameron stated that he too believes in freedom of speech, yet try calling a poof a poof in the UK and see what happens :-?

Maybe so Chez, but the 'Poof', as you so inelegantly put it, would be unlikely to come round to your house or place of work and start killing people. You may be prosecuted for homophobia however. and quite rightly.
Incidentally, I am not gay, but I have a gay niece who is a lovely girl. Fortunately, there are now laws in place in the UK to protect her from cruel comments by people like you
-7 #3 chez 2015-01-12 10:11
'Dave' Cameron stated that he too believes in freedom of speech, yet try calling a poof a poof in the UK and see what happens :-?
-6 #2 Sidney Crouch 2015-01-12 09:24
I it is total lunacy for any 'ordinary' Portuguese to be jumping on board the Charlie Hebdo Freedom of Expression bandwagon.

Portugal still does NOT have this basic freedom and just invites yet more ridicule !!

Remember that totally idiotic case with Serena Wylde. She had settled a dispute with her neighbour without going to court. But the neighbours lawyer, the son of a Salazar era judge smelt money so kept progressing the case. Ms Wylde understandably complains to the Society of Advogados who send the complaint to the advogado. Again smelling money he takes out a Defamation claim.

Many years of stress for Ms Wylde follow and tens of thousands in totally pointless expenses. For the case to be annulled as it had ran out of time.

Re-read ... this was the son of a Salazar era judge ! Not even the judge himself ! No relative even of Salazar !

Tens of thousands of northern EU citizens would have taken out cases against incompetent and/or dishonest Portuguese 'professionals' but for the certainty that it would trigger a Defamation claim. And the foreigner would lose !!!

Lets' get freedom here first !
-8 #1 Mr John 2015-01-11 20:17
WOW let's see the results.
Once was said "the pen was mightier than the sword"
Today we say,, .............................................
i don't know what to say, everyone is watching, listening :-* looking at me,,,DON'T LOOK AT ME
Paranoia setting in :D

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