There's nothing else you need, just ideas, because everything starts with an idea.
EDIT: Ok look, if you're gonna comment about why YOU think Anonymous is bad just consider this: 1. Don't flip your shit and whine over how PSN is down. 2. Anonymous did NOT hack PSN, it's a rumor. (Got to Pg. 3 of the comments and their is a detailed comment explaining it to me). 4. Please be civil about it, give actual points about it. 5. I in no way represent Anonymous, I simply based the image off an article titled "Interviews Anonymous", and the Anon interviewed said something about how you don't need skills with computers but all you need it ideas. 6. To my fellow Anonymous supporters, We Are Legion.
Anonymous or Anon was originally an icon used to represent a user without an account on 4-chan (don't go there unless you know what you're getting into). It was a green faceless guy in a tuxedo. Since then, Anonymous has become the tag of an organization of individuals who believe in freedom of internet with absolutely no regulation. Anonymous uses extreme methods to promote its views, such as hacking and taking down websites; but, not much can be concluded considering that anyone doing any of this can claim to be anonymous.
Inspired by an outed Anonymous hacker who I saw in an online video recently. I love his quote as it fits in nicely with a recurring fantasy of mine; if everyone just did as they willed, regardless of law, how many people would be breaking it? And assuming that the majority of the population would be breaking the law, what would the police do about it? Arrest everyone? And no doubt there will be those of you crying out 'what about the murderers?!' 'what about the rapists?!' etc, but I firmly believe that there would be a drastic decline in those sorts of people with the increase of liberties.
I also enjoy how this quote highlights, very blatently, that the law does not make sense. So much of the law makes no sense whatsoever - not in benefit to the masses and the individual anyway.
One of the most potently idiotic laws I find is the illegalisation of marijuana and even more importantly, magic mushrooms! I mean, how the fuck do you work that one out?! Don't take away my right to consume the gifts of god. Don't then go on to tell me that you take away this right in the interest of my own fucking safety!... I could go on like this for a while, but that's a pretty picture for another day. Just don't believe what you are told kids, go research it for yourselves. Here's a good place to start.
I continue to pray for the day we begin to live by our own laws, our own will and be free of the shackles that have been put in place to impede our liberation.
Before you get the flamethrower out with anything along the lines of: "but if people live by their own law they will kill and rape and pillage and all the rest of those nasty things", save your little fingers the unnecessary work and go and read Nietzche's Beyond Good and Evil, then get back to me.
"Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law" - Aleister Crowley
Anonymous suit vector - widely available Font: Reboard - widely available Texture: straw 1 by ~Bakanika
I do not watch movies, I really don't, name a movie and I probably haven't seen it or at least didn't get through it. I just don't get into them. However, the movie V for vendetta has impacted every part of me significantly. I really love this movie. I love Anonymous, The unknown vigilanty of the world working to make the world/internet a better place.
I would like to do anything possible to bring awareness to police corruption and get people to take action. A popular way the government would get people motivated in world war II was to create these "Propaganda posters".
Let's us the people use propaganda desktop wallpapers! Spread the word of V, and Anonymous!