Saturday, May 12, 2012

Anonymous: CommanderX

"Anonymous is the art of indignation"
"Anonymous is the art of being one and yet being nothing"
"Anonymous is what happens when governments and corporations screw up too badly".
--Commander X of Anonymous

If a terrorist is someone who objects to corruption and abuse of power and who engages in civil disobedience in order to expose that corruption and abuse of power then we live in a world which considers legitimate dissent and telling the truth a terrorist act.

Was Daniel Ellsberg, a terrorist? By the standards being applied by the US government today, he would have been considered one.

What terrorist act did Daniel Ellsberg commit? He released the Pentagon Papers. An act which exposed deception and corruption at the highest levels of the US government.

What terrorist act did Julian Assange of WikiLeaks commit? He has released numerous documents resulting in the exposure of deception and corruption at the highest levels of many governments.

What terrorist act did Commander X commit?

According to Jølly Anøn:
”Earlier tonight Commander X, founder of the PLF and Anonymous hacktivist, gave an interview on AnonPlus Radio. 

Commander X was indicted in September on federal charges of conspiracy to cause intentional damage to a protected computer, causing intentional damage to a protected computer and aiding and abetting. 

He’s accused of hacking into Santa Cruz County computers in 2010 as retribution for the breakup of a lengthy protest over the city of Santa Cruz’s controversial camping ban. 

He recently escaped custody and is currently evading arrest outside of U.S. jurisdiction. 

We were able to secure a recording of the interview thanks to phaded; a fellow anon. We strongly encourage you to listen to the interview. 

A recording of the interview should be made available on http://anonsource.org/ in the coming days. 

Many thanks to phaded and, of course, AnonPlus.”

YouTube version of the interview.



Interview with the Gazette from April:






“During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.”
--George Orwell


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