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#1 vic

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 02:27 PM

http://www.tgdaily.c...-bohemian-grove

The hacker collective Anonymous is planning a peaceful occupation of a very mysterious place. Have you ever heard of Bohemian Grove?

According to a video posted on the 2ndRevoltDotCom YouTube channel, Anonymous is urging their supporters to gather at Bohemian Avenue and Railroad Avenue on the dawn of July 13th. These roads lead to the entrance of Bohemian Grove.



So what is Bohemian Grove and why should you care?

Bohemian Grove is a 2700 acre redwood forest, located in Monte Rio, CA. It has enough space for 2000 people to "camp" in luxury, it is owned by the Bohemian Club.

There are many rumors and reports about what Bohemian Grove actually is, and most of them say the same thing. It is allegedly a place where the world

#2 TakeAStepBack

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 02:40 PM

Bohemian Grove isn't even a mystery anymore. It was exposed years ago....

Why is Anonymous so late to the party here?

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 03:18 PM

well, anon is kind of a new thing itself and it seems their intention is to up the pressure a little bit...just bc it's been exposed doesn't mean it's gotten a lot of attention...and why let up? especially at times like this

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 03:28 PM

I just think there are better ways to stimulate people to investigate information and become aware of what is going on.

Bohemian Grove is just one of those secret society deals that people can't get their head around.

Support the anti-war movement and get behind the people who are on Pennsyltucky Ave DAILY, pushing for change in washington, for example.

:dunno:

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 07:17 PM

I just think there are better ways to stimulate people to investigate information and become aware of what is going on.

Bohemian Grove is just one of those secret society deals that people can't get their head around.

Support the anti-war movement and get behind the people who are on Pennsyltucky Ave DAILY, pushing for change in washington, for example.

:dunno:


anon isn't in the business of standing around and protesting...seems more like their goal is to infiltrate and expose



seems like they're ready to start getting busier

#6 TakeAStepBack

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 07:59 PM

Who is paying attention though?

I saw one where they made a 4 minute vdeo aksin' viewers to crowd their elected officials offices and demand such and such.

I can make videos for that too. But i guess I dont have to do anything else after..... :dunno:

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 08:25 PM

so should they stop?:dunno:

gotta just keep chippin away. brehm

#8 TakeAStepBack

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 08:39 PM

No, they should pool their power and really hammer down on these guys if this group is for real. I feel like this group is the same type that caused the 1999 Seattle situation if you get my meaning.

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 08:47 PM

http://www.whatis-theplan.org/

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 08:52 PM

I sawr it, mang. I sawr it.

I still have my suspicions.

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Posted 13 July 2011 - 01:11 PM

July 12, 2011 5:48 PM PDT
Anonymous targets Monsanto, oil firms
by Elinor Mills
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This tweet and a separate statement indicate hackers are planning a campaign against Exxon.


Military contractor Booz Allen Hamilton today confirmed that it was the victim of an "illegal attack," one day after hackers posted what they said were about 90,000 military e-mail addresses purloined from a server of the consulting firm.

"Booz Allen Hamilton has confirmed today that the posting of certain data files on the Internet yesterday was the result of an illegal attack. We are conducting a full review of the nature and extent of the attack. At this time, we do not believe that the attack extended beyond data pertaining to a learning management system for a government agency," the company said in a statement after refusing to comment yesterday.

"Our policy and security practice is generally not to comment on such matters; however, given the publicity about this event, we believe it is important to set out our preliminary understanding of the facts," the company added. "We are communicating with our clients and analyzing the nature of this attack and the data files affected. We maintain our commitment to protect our clients and our firm from illegal thefts of information."

Meanwhile, the Anonymous online activist collective, which is part of the AntiSec campaign that claimed it had attacked Booz Allen Hamilton, said today that it had attacked Web servers of Monsanto and released data on employees to protest the company's lawsuits against organic dairy farmers for stating on labels that their products don't contain growth hormones.

"Over the last 2 months we have pushed the exposure of hundreds of pages of articles detailing Monsanto's corrupt, unethical, and downright evil business practices," Anonymous said in a statement on the Pastebin site. "We blasted their Web infrastructure to **** for two days straight, crippling all three of their mail servers as well as taking down their main Web sites worldwide. We dropped dox [released information] on 2,500+ employees and associates, including full names, addresses, phone numbers, and exactly where they work. We are also in the process of setting up a wiki, to try and get all collected information in a more centralized and stable environment."

A list of more than 2,550 names, addresses, and e-mail addresses--many that appeared related to Monsanto--were posted to the Pastee.org Web site.

Spokespeople for Monsanto, which is based in St. Louis, did not immediately respond to a phone call and e-mail seeking comment late today.

Anonymous also announced "Operation Green Rights/Project Tarmaggedon," against Exxon Mobil, ConocoPhillips, Canada Oil Sands, Imperial Oil, the Royal Bank of Scotland, and others.

"This week, activists are gathering along U.S. Highway 12 in Montana to protest the transformation of a serene wilderness into an industrial shipping route, bringing 'megaloads' of refinery equipment to the Alberta Tar Sands in Canada," the group said in a statement. "Anonymous will not stand by idly and let these environmental atrocities continue. This is not the clean energy of the future that we are being promised."

The group promised to "use the powers we possess to spread news about this scenario and the corporations involved" and said it was "seeking leaks" on the matter.



Read more: http://news.cnet.com.../#ixzz1RzTayXql

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Posted 13 July 2011 - 01:14 PM

I just wonder how effective these tactics are.....or if they will lead to more cyber police where the consequences will never be the same.

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Posted 13 July 2011 - 01:18 PM

it's gonna come anyway...

these guys seem to be pretty good at what they do and have managed to remain secretive for a while now

what i'm really waiting for is for them to find something good enough to get more people's attention

it's a baby...give it time

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Posted 13 July 2011 - 03:52 PM

Hacker Group "Anonymous" Gears Up for "Biggest Day in Anonymous's History"

Hackers’ collective "Anonymous" may have obtained “literally explosive” (or otherwise startling) information on Bohemian Grove, the annual gathering of power brokers from the U.S. and Europe to meet this week in California.


Given what has already been reported about Bohemian Grove – the strange, secret organization that excludes women-- the possibility of additional information is intriguing.


Reagan, Nixon, Clinton and the Bush’s have all been affiliated with the Grove.


Anonymous already announced plans to occupy the entrance to Bohemian Grove, but they may also be gearing up to leak information they call “literally explosive.” The leak, combined with the protest, may combine to create “the biggest day in Anonymous’s history."


To protest the treatment of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, the group says it is prepared to release “literally explosive” material from a number of organizations, including the London Metropolitan Police and agencies affiliated with the UK judicial system, according to The Guardian.

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Posted 13 July 2011 - 03:53 PM

OK, now my interest is peaked.

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Posted 13 July 2011 - 05:57 PM

good.

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Posted 13 July 2011 - 07:33 PM



this kinda gave me goosebumps...kinda

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Posted 13 July 2011 - 09:40 PM

great post. i'm dying to know how this all turns out

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Posted 14 July 2011 - 02:02 PM

Anonymous hacks Monsanto computers; posts employee infoBy Suzanne Choney
Hacking group Anonymous has posted information on 2,500 Monsanto employees and associates, and claimed credit for "crippling all three of their mail servers as well as taking down their main websites world-wide."

Monsanto, a U.S.-based global biotech seed company, Wednesday acknowledged the breach, saying it happened last month.

"Monsanto experienced a disruption to our websites which appeared to be organized by a cyber-group," said Tom Helscher, the company's director of corporate affairs, in an email to msnbc.com. "In addition, this group also recently published publicly available information on approximately 2,500 individuals involved in the broader global agriculture industry."

But, Helscher said contrary to initial reports, "only 10 percent of this publicly available information (was) related to Monsanto’s current and former employees. The list also included contact details for media outlets as well as other agricultural companies.

"Information on these attacks has been turned over to the appropriate authorities. We remain vigilant in protecting our information systems," he said.

Earlier this week, Anonymous posted online 90,000 military email addresses and passwords obtained from military consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, which Tuesday acknowledged the breach. The company said it is "conducting a full review of the nature and extent of the attack. At this time, we do not believe that the attack extended beyond data pertaining to a learning management system for a government agency."

Anonymous cited Monsanto's business practices as "corrupt, unethical and downright evil." The hacking group also said in a press release it plans to go after companies Exxon Mobil, ConocoPhillips, Canadian Oil Sands, Imperial Oil, the Royal Bank of Scotland "and many others" involved in development of Alberta's oil sands.

"We will, over the course of the next few days, use the powers we posses to spread news about this scenario and the corporations involved. We are actively seeking leaks to expose the corruption that we all KNOW is beneath this," Anonymous said in the statement.

Chester Wisniewski, Sophos Canada's senior security advisor, said on the Sophos blog that in the Monsanto case, Anonymous "mentioned port 6666 being open on a Monsanto server, implying that they might set up an IRC channel on the compromised host. Anonymous also stated they intend to create a wiki for sharing and organizing their stolen information."

"Computer networks have services that listen on certain numbered ports," Wisniewski said in an e-mail to msnbc.com "Port 80 is used by websites, port 25 is used to send email. When they referenced port 6666, that port is most commonly used for IRC chat servers, which is largely how Anonymous organizes and communicates."

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Anonymous gained notoriety for its denial-of-service attacks on Visa and MasterCard late last year. Those attacks were retribution, Anonymous said, because the companies halted online donations during the WikiLeaks controversy, blocking contributions to Bradley Manning, the accused document leaker now in custody.

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Posted 14 July 2011 - 02:54 PM

unrelated but related:


Alright you 90,000 redeemers, rebels and radicals out there,

A worldwide shift in revolutionary tactics is underway right now that bodes well for the future. The spirit of this fresh tactic, a fusion of Tahrir with the acampadas of Spain, is captured in this quote:

"The antiglobalization movement was the first step on the road. Back then our model was to attack the system like a pack of wolves. There was an alpha male, a wolf who led the pack, and those who followed behind. Now the model has evolved. Today we are one big swarm of people."

— Raimundo Viejo, Pompeu Fabra University
Barcelona, Spain
The beauty of this new formula, and what makes this novel tactic exciting, is its pragmatic simplicity: we talk to each other in various physical gatherings and virtual people's assemblies … we zero in on what our one demand will be, a demand that awakens the imagination and, if achieved, would propel us toward the radical democracy of the future … and then we go out and seize a square of singular symbolic significance and put our asses on the line to make it happen.

The time has come to deploy this emerging stratagem against the greatest corrupter of our democracy: Wall Street, the financial Gomorrah of America.

On the 17th of September, we want to see 20,000 people flood into lower Manhattan, set up tents, kitchens, peaceful barricades and occupy Wall Street for a few months. Once there, we shall incessantly repeat one simple demand in a plurality of voices.


Tahrir succeeded in large part because the people of Egypt made a straightforward ultimatum – that Mubarak must go – over and over again until they won. Following this model, what is our equally uncomplicated demand?

The most exciting candidate that we've heard so far is one that gets at the core of why the American political establishment is currently unworthy of being called a democracy: we demand that Barack Obama ordain a Presidential Commission tasked with ending the influence money has over our representatives in Washington. It's time for REPRESENTATION NOT CORPORATION, we're doomed without it.

This demand seems to capture the current national mood because cleaning up corruption in Washington is something all Americans, right and left, yearn for and can stand behind. If we hang in there, 20,000-strong, week after week against every police and National Guard effort to expel us from Wall Street, it would be impossible for Obama to ignore us. Our government would be forced to choose publicly between the will of the people and the lucre of the corporations.

This could be the beginning of a whole new social dynamic in America, a step beyond the Tea Party movement, where, instead of being caught helpless by the current power structure, we the people start getting what we want whether it be the dismantling of half the 1,000 military bases America has around the world to the reinstatement of the Glass-Steagall Act or a three strikes and you're out law for corporate criminals. Beginning from one simple demand – a presidential commission to separate money from politics – we start setting the agenda for a new America.

Post a comment and help each other zero in on what our one demand will be. And then let's screw up our courage, pack our tents and head to Wall Street with a vengeance September 17.

for the wild,
Culture Jammers HQ


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Posted 19 July 2011 - 02:21 PM

http://www.anorak.co...ath-story.html/

Anonymous Hack The Sun Front Page With Fake Murdoch Death Story
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THE hackers have been hacked. Hacking group LulzSec – blamed for hacking the CIA and Sony earlier this year – have turned on News Corp and hacked the front page of the Sun Online with a fake story about Rupert Murdoch’s death. LulzSec and related hacker group Anonymous also claim to be sitting on a gold-mine of emails they’ve stolen from News Corp detailing illegal dealings inside The Sun and The News of The World. They threaten to release them tomorrow.

The email claims were made on the Twitter accounts of Anonymous leader @AnonymouSabu and on @LulzSec, both accounts that have served as mouthpieces for the hacking groups before.

For the past hour anyone visting www.thesun.co.uk has been redirected to www.new-times.co.uk/sun/ – a fake site set up by Anonymous which splashes on a fake news story about Rupert Murdoch’s death. The text relates a gruesome account of a suicide.


“Rupert Murdoch, the controversial media mogul, has reportedly been found dead in his garden, police announce.
“Murdoch, aged 80, has said to have ingested a large quantity of palladium before stumbling into his famous topiary garden late last night, passing out in the early hours of the morning.

“We found the chemicals sitting beside a kitchen table, recently cooked,” one officer states. “From what we can gather, Murdoch melted and consumed large quantities of it before exiting into his garden.”

The story winds up with a blatant reference to LulzSec’s trademark icon – the monocled top-hat wearing gentleman:

“Officers on the scene report a broken glass, a box of vintage wine, and what seems to be a family album strewn across the floor, containing images from days gone by; some containing handpainted portraits of Murdoch in his early days, donning a top hat and monocle.”

In case we hadn’t got the message, they paste a cartoon at the bottom of the page:


The hackers have been hacked. Expect more dramatic revelations tomorrow when these stolen emails leak online. Follow the Twitter accounts above for the links.

In the meantime – we’ve got even more hackers than we thought we had, and nobody knows what’s going on.


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Posted 27 July 2011 - 08:26 PM

Anonymous urges PayPal boycott, condemns FBI
by Lance Whitney
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Anonymous is lashing out today at the FBI and especially at PayPal, urging users of the electronic payments site to dump their accounts.

In its latest "official communique" on behalf of itself and Lulz Security, the hactivist group condemned the FBI for its recent arrests of those charged in connection with hacking attacks by Anonymous in December against PayPal and a host of other companies.

Complaining that the Anonymous "suspects" may face a fine of $500,000 and a possible 15 years of jail time, the group criticized the FBI for equating "adding one's voice to a chorus" with "controlling a large botnet of infected computers" and charging both as crimes subject to the same fines and sentences.

But Anonymous saved some special wrath for PayPal, which it called one of the "corrupt and greedy organizations" that were hit by the group's distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Claiming that the online payment service continues to withhold funds from WikiLeaks, the group has launched OpPayPal to drive people away from the service.

Shortly after the new post hit the Web today, Anonymous claimed through its Twitter account that PayPal had lost more than 9,000 accounts in just a couple of hours. The group also claimed that PayPal had taken down its Web page where people can cancel their accounts, though the site seemed to be up and running normally.


Related stories:
• FBI arrests 16 in Anonymous hacking investigation
• LulzSec, Anonymous announce hacking campaign
• ZDNet: Anonymous, LulzSec vs. PayPal: eBay's cash cow in the crosshairs
• With Anonymous and LulzSec, is anyone believable?


A spokesperson for PayPal told CNET that "we haven't seen any changes to our normal operations (including account opening and closing)."

By about 10 a.m. PT, Anonymous was claiming that 35,000 PayPal accounts had been closed.

WikiLeaks was quick to crow that Anonymous' campaign dealt a "$933M stock crash" this morning for PayPal parent eBay. Shares in eBay did drop about 3 percent at the market open, but have since recovered somewhat.

Last December, PayPal released to WikiLeaks all existing funds in its account up to that time but cut off the ability of the whistleblowing site to receive future funds from supporters via its PayPal account.

By caving into the law enforcement establishment in freezing the WikiLeaks account, PayPal doesn't deserve the business or respect of its customers, says Anonymous.

Lashing out at the FBI and PayPal, Anonymous issued a warning:


Quite simply, we, the people, are disgusted with these injustices. We will not sit down and let ourselves be trampled upon by any corporation or government. We are not scared of you, and that is something for you to be scared of. We are not the terrorists here: you are.

The FBI, meanwhile, may not be done with Anonymous-related arrests. Wired's Threat Level blog, citing an affadavit made public yesterday, says the agency may be on the trail of additional suspects, "working from a list, provided by PayPal, of the 1,000 Internet IP addresses responsible for the most protest traffic" during the December attacks.

And in the U.K., police this morning said that they've arrested a 19-year-old nicknamed "Topiary" whom they believe to be a key member of LulzSec.

Updated 10 a.m. PT with comment from PayPal, and again shortly thereafter with further claims by Anonymous on alleged PayPal account closures and with word of a LulzSec arrest in the U.K.



Read more: http://news.cnet.com.../#ixzz1TL6bhjEq

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 08:28 PM

"Shortly after the new post hit the Web today, Anonymous claimed through its Twitter account that PayPal had lost more than 9,000 accounts in just a couple of hours. The group also claimed that PayPal had taken down its Web page where people can cancel their accounts, though the site seemed to be up and running normally."


winning.