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Anonymous Launch ‘Operation UnManifest’

Following the horrendous terror attacks which struck Norway on Friday, the internet community has come out in support of the victims, and condemnation of the attacker – and this includes hacking group ‘Anonymous’.

The group who have in the past hacked large companies such as Visa and Paypal have shown their better side by organising a campaign which they call ‘Operation UnManifest’ in their attempt to make the cowardly who committed the attacks – Anders Behring Breivik – ‘look a joke’.

The aims of the campaign are for them to get hold of the 1500+ page manifesto he wrote regarding his planned attacks, and get people all over the internet to chop, change and republish it, full of humorous lines and jokes at Breivik’s expense, and then ‘vote up’ each and every copy of the changed manifesto, claiming it to be the real one, so that if anyone with similar beliefs to him were to find it, they would simply be met with page after page of jokes, and never find the real copy.

The plan of action ‘mission statement’ from anonymous regarding the operation is as follows –

Operation UnManifest:
As Anders Behring Breivik wants to use the cruel action of killing over 90 young people to promote his 1516-page manifesto, also with the help of the internet, Anonymous suggests following action:
1. Find the Manifest of Anders Behring Breivik : 2083 – A European Declaration of Independence
2. Change it, add stupid stuff, remove parts, shoop his picture, do what you like to…..
3. Republish it everywhere and up vote releases from other peoples, declare that the faked ones are original
4. Let Anders become a joke, such that nobody will take him serious anymore
5. Spread this message around the internet and real life, translate it
6. Have a moment for the victims of his cruel attacks
We all are anonymous,
We all are Legion,
We all do not forgive murder,
We all do not forget the victims.

What do you know, maybe when they aren’t taking down worldwide payment gateways and online gaming networks, these hackers aren’t so bad after all? Either way, be on the look out for some…’unique’ manifestos in the near future!

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