Anonymous Declares “Day of Solidarity” with BlackLivesMatter

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Anonymous Declares “Day of Solidarity” with BlackLivesMatter

July 15 is to be a day of solidarity between Anonymous and BlackLivesMatter in protests around the country against “police brutality.” They pieced together selected portions of the police shooting videos that went along with their narrative against police. They are planning a day of violent demonstration and cyber attacks.


Cyber attacks and violent demonstrations are planned this Friday. The demonstrations are set to begin in cities such as San Francisco, Baton Rouge, St Anthony, Falcon Heights, Washington DC, Orlando, Los Angeles, Miami, and others.

According to the International Business Times,

Referencing its cyber-operations, Anonymous said the attacks have already started. Indeed, following the death of Sterling, 37, who was shot by a Baton Rouge police officer on 5 July, a hacker leaked a file of 50,000 allegedly stolen police records from the local station’s database.

“To the St Anthony and the Baton Rouge Police Departments, we’ve already launched attacks on your virtual infrastructure,” the statement added. “We are prepared to release every single piece of evidence that will expose your corruption and blatant disregard for human life.”

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Confused Anarchists

Back in April, one faction of the Anonymous hacker group, The Ghost Squad Hackers, went after BlackLivesMatter, calling it a hate group. BLM called Anonymous the “new KKK.” Everyone appears to be confused. reported,

Though some anons have thrown critical and obnoxious barbs at the BLM cause, social media accounts for Anonymous, like @YourAnonNews and @YourAnonCentral, often share news stories and media supportive of BLM actions and causes.

“Black Lives Matter is moving against anonymous members and we don’t like that,” Ghost Squad Hackers founder Sc0rp10n Gh0s7 told Mic in a private chat, warning us that we should “brace [ourselves] for our next attacks.”

Anonymous is using the recent deaths by police as incitement to bring about violence. If there was ever any doubt in your mind that Anonymous are anarchist bad guys, this should show you the truth:

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