It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.
- Henry Ford
'Masks of the Anon',Free after David Macks 'Skin Deep' issue from the Kabuki Series
Half of the internet has been blacked out, and the other half is busy talking about it. One would think that such an event would send a clear signal to the powers that be. Allowing corporate forces to control the free flow of information is not, I repeat not a good idea. How many times do we have to repeat ourselves before we learn that corporations and industries don’t act in the best interest of ‘the people’.
learn more at wikipedia
help to stop it
#Update: Explenation of the implication of SOPA at Khan Academy
Posted: January 18th, 2012
, david mack
, skin deep
Comments: 1 Comment
The only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta,
held as a votive, not in vain,
for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous.
- V in V for Vendetta
And so it came about that the internetz went to War with the rest of the world, and governments and corperation got a serious hadeache while teens and script-kiddies bombarded their servers and molested their homepages.
And then this may be a bit childish, but it is out there nonetheless.
What to do then? — well, you can go down to Sourceforge and download something called an “Low Orbit Ion Cannon” (when Nukes fail). Or go down on IRC and see the kids play; irc.annonops.net, #wikileaks and #operationpayback. Spread the word, read the cables, pubish.
Also, you might want to give my new tooly a spin; easy web based hammering of services, and monitoring if the current targets are still up. Wait? Wut?
Operation Avenge Assange Monitor
Now this isn’t fully functional yet, and especially the web based version needs to use a terribly slow proxy of my own design; but when downloading the .exe, and using it stand alone works just fine. And no, I didn’t pack it with a nasty virus or a terrible trojan to f*ck your system. … yet.
So get out of here and try the Operation Payback Monitor
#UPDATE 12/14/2010 through overwhelming succes, and the fact that I actually DDoSsed myself by accident, the page has been taken offline. Operation Payback is over for now. Gentlemen, silence your weapons.
Posted: December 9th, 2010
, avenge Assange
, Operation Payback
, paypal api
, post finance
, sarah palin
Comments: 1 Comment
Assange was arrested today and I got no key for my 1.4 gig insurance file. I am however hosting a ip-link to the cables ( http://188.8.131.52/cablegate ) and I’m almost ashamed to admit that, that is all I can do from here. For now.
I was going to write a short on the companies I’ll never do business with again, namely those that refused or refuted the wikipages to be associated with them, but the Guardian beat me to the punch.
Still, here they are:
- ableau Software
- OVH, france (how can you be afraid of a little man like Sarkozy, for all intend and purposes he is a midget, I hate the French)
- Twitter (omitting trending topics, terrible bastards)
On the upside, these organisation are actively supporting the Leaks, so praise and joy be upon them (Google them if you want the links, you lazy fuck) :
- Switch (Swiss)
- The Pirate Party
- The Guardian (yey!)
and in Holland:
- E-dot, Byte and XS4ALL
- Powned (mirror)
- VPRO (mirror)
- Geenstijl (mirror)
More important links here and of course here
Some random cables, I do have a day job, but these titles got my attention: “XXXXXXXXXXXXX” catchy non? Referring to an article stating that the american government is acting on behalf on Google in China: 09BEIJING1336 . Google, which, I might add, has not censored any Wikileak pages from it’s index (or have they?)
Also this cable 08FREETOWN389; “COCAINE BUST: MINISTER OF TRANSPORTATION SACKED”, because Cocaine always gets my attention.
Ow , and here is a tip for journalists: use the fucking tag for a cable, so we know what you are talking about.
Another pro-tip: search cables here through the nifty cable search engine (beta)
Posted: December 8th, 2010
, julien assagne
, state department
Comments: 1 Comment