request for Anonymous

Discussion in 'Iran' started by Anonymous, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    hello all

    The people of Iran will not change the system without assistance and without being heard around the world and the major television channels are not talking about the revolution he hardly speaks. This is very troubling to me it seems a bit strange maybe the U.S. does not spineless as the regime changes due to their own goal, but is the people of Iran that sulfur and pay the price.

    So I ask the member of Anonymous to launch attacks against these big televisions channels such as CNN (USA) TVA (Canada) FOX NEWS (USA) and all other channels that do not talk enough.

    That might change something.

    Thank you.
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  2. Anonymous Member

    I don't see how launching an attack against news station will help them notice the atrocities in Iran. Won't that jst focus them back on "those cyber terrorsists Anonymous?"
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  3. johnybravo Member

    they will maybe start talking more about it and people will realize that U.S news dosent care about it
  4. i think we need to treat this the way we treat a church raid
    just flood all the mediums with links, videos, new articles etc showing the utter lack of support the usa shows for the irani people, sooner or later they're bound to notice.
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  5. Anonymous Member

    Rafsanjani has ties to Obama, so the US news does not report enough about Iran?

  6. no i meant that the us does not pressure the Iranian government to leave the people alone cuz of the vast oil wellls that are located there.
  7. none given Member

    Hello to person who start thread here.
    I must be telling you; Anonymous is not personal army of any one or country.
    Yet is still with understanding, compassion and moralfaggotry Anonymous see Iraqi problem and have much rage.
    Please to be bringing all Iraqi people to this site to learn how protest and movement may be created with internets and computer.
    This is answer. Not attack television.
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  8. LocalSP Member

    It boggles the mind how Herro didn't get on the welcoming committee.
  9. Anonymous Member

  10. Herro Member

    OMG I know!
  11. To start, FOX News is on the entertainment side of the news/entertainment equation, and the only real reason I see to bother attacking them is in the form of a trolling campaign to convince Glen Beck that Islamic extremists have tunneled under his house and are broadcasting commands to his dog to shit in his shoes. I might be late on that though, as he might have already presented that conspiracy on his show.
    As for the rest, go attack them yourself and have fun.

    You'd have better luck doing a one-man email campaign to get more coverage from those networks than trying to get the kind of people who involve themselves in normal Anonymous raidz to jump on your knee-jerk, waste-of-time plan. It would be bad PR, for one, and anyone who could do more than DDOS and get the FBI running up their asses like there are Christmas presents hidden up there would have talents better-applied where they might actually help someone.

    Quick note: Don't DDOS servers in countries friendly to your own. It's we tall did.

    Frankly, the way you presented it causes me to be indecisive between whether you are an idealistic and naive lurker or an incompetent plant.

    There is a lot going on in the world right now, and it's pretty easy for MSM to miss some details in favor of stories about Libya, where a new official seems to resign every hour. Hell, they've had whole embassies defect.

    On top of that, protests and uprisings in Iran aren't new anymore. A civil war in Libya hasn't happened in a few decades. Guess which one they'll cover?

    Iran's not the top one getting noticed, but there is news about Iran if you look for it.

    That said, LastOneStanding's idea both has merit and promise. Editors are inherently lazy and always looking for content. If you feel so strongly about coverage of Iran, go out there and find the news, video and everything else you can, and barrage the MSMs with them.

    Start with content from or
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  12. johnybravo Member

    yes there is news but not as much at it should be last year when iranians did manifestation they was 3 million people on the streets in the first day and CNN talked about it only 2 days but when egyptians did the revolution they was only 5 000 people on the streets in the first day and CNN never stop talking about it ........ what im saying is that U.S news talk only about what can profit them and there gouvernement.
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  13. Anonymous Member

    So you're saying the US media wanted to report on Egypt and not Iran because a revolution in Egypt is profitable for the US government but a revolution in Iran isn't profitable for the US government? Mubarak's Egypt was the second largest recipient of military hardware from the United States and Mubarak was a longtime strategic ally of the West. In contrast the US has essentially no economic relationship with Iran and has had very poor relations with the Iranian government since the Revolution. But you're saying that a revolution in Egypt is more profitable to the US government than a revolution in Iran. Ok. Well allow me to say that you are fucking retarded.
  14. coskilla Member

    Did u run this idea past the leader of anonymous?
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  15. Anonymous Member

    A regime change in Iran is certainly in the interest of the U.S. government.
  16. hey be nice to the noob he doesn't know any better! :p
  17. Anonymous Member

    Who cares? Not me.
  18. Anonymous Member

    This thread is now about trombones.

  19. johnybravo Member

    you guys watch too much CNN and how the fuck you know that the actual Iran regime is not profitable to U.S are you in relation with Obama ?
    and tell me why the biggest power of the world (U.S) dint help iranian people to take out this regime after 30 years ? but after 5 days the Egyptian regime have been taked down because all the world and the news was talking about it and Obama told to Egyptian army to not touch the civilian and last year when iranian people did manifestation in Iran streets and was asking for help U.S dint do shit. I think you guys are noob in this and dont know shit except what you see and hear on the news .
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  20. Anonymous Member

    word of advise before you get torn apart by the politicalfags, the moralfags and the just plain fags in this forum:
  21. Anonymous Member

  22. Anonymous Member

    Guess thats kinda what all the ppl here are trying to say
    And that should be a reason why cnn and all should be full of iraqi revolution
    Its odd that its not that way
  23. Zak McKracken Member

    Hey now.

    So, he's a moderate conservative cleric. And a former Iranian President. Probably a total jerk.
    Apparently in opposition to Ahmadinejad. He's probably the most influential guy *not* aligned with Mr Trollface right now.

    Is it a good thing or a bad thing that the US Administration has diplomatic ties and contacts with this guy?
  24. Anonymous Member


    The OP might be a highly intelligent person who happens to live in the Middle East (or downtown Madison) and his views and understanding about America's "interests" might be affected by propaganda and the reality of not living in the US.
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  25. Anonymous Member

    Iranian. Iranian.
  26. Anonymous Member

    We won't watch your boring revolution unless you can get us some hot Iranian martyr chicks protesting in the front row.
  27. Anonymous Member

    I meant to say Ahmedinejad, thanks for correcting my error.
  28. Anonymous Member

  29. Anonymous Member

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  30. Anonymous Member

    You are an idiot. Trombones.
  31. MsOrangensaft Member

    CNN & MSNBC cover Iran, but not much at the moment because it's really heating up in Libya. What you may not realize is that the media follows what's "hot" at the moment, for the most part. They pay very close attention to social media (twitter, facebook) & what people are talking about & report on those topics. It's one way for them to get good ratings, or viewers. Yes, Iran is a very important issue to many people, including myself, and believe it or not, people ARE paying attention and watching the situation very carefully. My advice to you is to follow people on Twitter & befriend people on FaceBook who have the same concerns as you and help spread the word. Make #Iran trend again on Twitter - the media WILL respond. Be active and talk to people who share your concerns regarding Iran. Iran will very soon be the topic on several of these forums once, God willing, the rabid dog, Gadhafi, is overthrown. So be active and help spread the word about Iran via social media. If you know people there who can send you photos & videos of what's happening, you could be a very valuable asset to the cause. You will someday be called upon to share the information you have and until then, POST the pictures and videos you have or link them with your FaceBook and Twitter account. Like-minded people will find you, and the media will be forced to take notice. So, in this case, I say, "Don't shout about it, BE about it." :)

  32. There, I fixed it for you.

  33. Anonymous Member

    IMO America being as powerful like this, we should just mind our business. If it were me, I would deploy troops to evacuate American Citizens out of the ocuntry during a revolt. But I wouldn't support either side. Oh and while we are in, we would probably film whats going on for a michael bay movie later.
    (btw that last bit was a joke)
  34. Anonymous Member

    Do NOT, under any circumstance, attack media.

    It will backfire.
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  35. Anonymous Member

    But, but, they're not using their free speech in the exact way I want them toooooooooo. *stomps foot*
  36. Silly433 Moderator

    seventy six of em
  37. Zak McKracken Member


    When Anon attacks, its not a pretty site.

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