Thursday, June 25, 2009

Anonymous Declares War on Chinese Internet Censorship

The hacker group 'Anonymous' has issued a manifesto. In it they declaring a cyberwar on China to fight the internet censorship. That battle royal is set to begin July first. That day every computer sold in China must have 'Green Dam Youth Escort' installed. While others are choosing to mark that day with protest (, 'Anonymous' instead is refusing to accept what the Chinese government is imposing on its citizens on their behalf.

"It is now clear as day: what you want is the complete control and censorship of the Internet. We hereby declare that we, the Anonymous Netizens, are going

to launch our attack worldwide on your censorship system starting on July 1st, 2009.

For the freedom of the Internet, for the advancement of Internetization, and for our rights, we are going to acquaint your censorship machine with

systematic sabotage and show you just how weak the claws of your censorship really are. We are going to mark you as the First Enemy of the Internet. This is

not a single battle; it is but the beginning of a war. ...

NOBODY wants to topple your regime. We take no interest whatsoever in your archaic view of state power and your stale ideological teachings. ...

We are the Anonymous Netizens. We are the sum of the world’s entire online population. We are coordinated. We are dominant. We are innumerable. For every

one of us that falls, another ten joins. We are omnipresent. We are omnipotent. We are unstoppable. We have no weaknesses. We utilize every weakness. We are

the humanity under every mask. We are the mirrors of conscience. We are created equal. We are born free. We are an army. We do not forgive. We do not




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