further proof that these "hackers", these leaking websites, the supposed grassroot movement "anonymous", are nothing but agency-run operations with precise political agendas.Anonymous claims control of Iranian gov’t servershttp://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/06/03/a ... t-servers/
the oh-so-ironic standard of "Anonymous"
In a chat with Raw Story, members of Anonymous on the #OpIran server said they were leading the charge because they want Iranians to know they're not alone in their struggle against the regime of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Iran: what a preposterous, weird priority, considering that all these anonymous characters obviously belong to the rich, hegemonic areas of influence that bomb the shit out of other countries. Why not start by taking upon themselves the responsibility of such affiliations? But no: "Anonymous" wants to free Iran, and maybe Lybia, Yemen. How coincidental.
But it is pointless to question what "anonymous" do: what would be the point to criticize and question the unassailable? That's the brilliancy behind this invention, a brilliancy transparent to all the instrumental tools that get sucked into it: The anonymity declared as a statement, as a front cover, cannot ever be about taking responsibility as it is about acting impudently, and never have to account for whose interests you're working for.
Anybody can do anything and claim to be "Anonymous": this would be enough to drop this thing here and now -- and yet there are individuals out there convinced that this is all tremendously "cool" and so "against" the power. Sweet dreams...