Anonymous to Launch Overthrow of EU
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Sep 25, 2012, 05:41 PM
Anonymous Spain.jpgA Far-Left terrorist organization calling itself, ‘Anonymous,’ has issued a press release on Tuesday declaring a bid to overthrow governments in the European Union. They are already taking credit for deploying militants to “have completely surrounded the Parliament Building in Madrid.”

The press release said, “Anonymous sends it’s solidarity to our brothers and sisters in Spain at this very moment have completely surrounded the Parliament Building in Madrid. They are calling for the resignation of the government that like so many in the world today has failed to serve the needs of its people. We encourage our comrades in Spain to remain steadfast until their demands are met, and we promise to do al we can to assist them.”

Anonymous announced they have shut down the communications’ network of the Spanish National Police. Accordingly, people will not be able to call the cops in dire emergency situations. Anonymous intends to ignite a massive crime wave in Spain and elsewhere to succeed with their revolutionary goals.

Anonymous also pledged to “bomb” the Parliament Building in Madrid, by saying that, “We Are Anonymous. We Are Everywhere. We Are Legion. We Do Not Forgive. We Do Not Forget. Government of Spain, it’s too late to expect us.”

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written by oneofmany , September 26, 2012

If you intend to keep calling yourself a "journalist", stop feeding into the fear mongering and lies spread by those who wish to keep the citizens of this planet under their thumb. We ARE Everywhere, We DO NOT Forgive, or Forget. Those who oppress, EXPECT US....

written by flyinpoptartcat , September 26, 2012

EXCUSE ME? "A Far-Left terrorist organization"??? they strike terror into the hearts of the corrupt. they strike terror into the hearts of those who seek to destroy YOUR liberty and YOUR rights .

written by steve , September 27, 2012

they didn't say "bomb" they said "E-mail bomb" witch would remove "the Parliament of Spain from the Internet entirely."
i invite everyone to see for themselfs what they wrote.

written by Anonymous Global , September 27, 2012

OMG I am lulzing so hard I am not even pissed.

SIGNED -- Anonymous Global

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