Here’s What’s Going Down On Anonymous’s Anti-ISIS Day On December 11th



I love that Anonymous have been ruthlessly trolling ISIS ever since the attacks in Paris and Beirut last month. It might seem like a pointless thing to do winding them up on the Internet but I bet it properly pisses them off. It’s a bit like the social media equivalent of making them listen to the CIA’s torture music playlist.

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Well Anonymous are stepping it up this week by hosting Anti-ISIS Day on December 11th – this Friday.

They’re using this page on Ghost Bin to recruit people to join in on the fun, which will basically be a full day of relentlessly trolling ISIS.

Here are some of the things they’re advising we all do:

-Post mocking photos of Isis

-While Using #Daesh and #Daeshbags

-Post photos of goats while @ing Isis members with captions talking about their wives

-Use #’s that many Isis members use and post mocking photos

-While again using #’s Isis members use call them out on being Daesh

-First @ Isis members call the attention of all your friends to them to suspend

-While using #’s known for Isis members to use post photos of dead Isis members

-Lets try to get #Daeshbags trending

-Post photos showing you are not afraid against them

-Openly call them Daesh

-Post photos of captured Isis members and mock them

-Find Isis accounts and out them to all of your friends asking to report

-Openly call them Daesh and Daeshbags

-Spread mocking photos of Isis

-Make mocking videos of Isis

-Spread photos of dead/captured Isis members

-Call to other youtubers to join in and to mock and belittle Isis members

-Find any Isis accounts and report them

If you’d rather be offline, you can also get involved with the following:

  -Print out photos that mock Isis and spread them around your city (be careful can be seen as bad if some don’t understand you aren’t supporting but mocking)

-Make stickers of mocking photos and put around your town

-Print out pages showing how Isis does not represent Islam


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They add:

You may be wondering why we are ‘trolling’ Isis and planning all these demonstrations against them. But to understand that you must first see how Isis works. They thrive off of fear they hope that by their actions they can silence all of us and get us to just lay low and hide in fear. But what many forget is that there are many more people in the world against them than for them.

On December 11th we will show them that we are not afraid, we will not just hide in fear, we are the majority and with our strength in numbers we can make a real difference. We will mock them for the idiots they are. We will show them what they really are, they do not stand for a religion, they do not stand for a god, they are brain washers teaching their propaganda against the “west”, when in reality they are just increasing the distance between countries by giving many a bad name. But we see behind their persona, we see them for who they really are.

I’m expecting some seriously jokes memes / photoshops this Friday and hopefully they wind up ISIS a treat. Even if they don’t understand the point of getting rick-rolled or trolled online, they’ll hate it because they hate everything about Western culture.

It’ll drive them crazy to see people laughing at their expense when their aim is to make those same people afraid. Maybe they’ll get trolled so hard that they’ll just pack this whole terrorism nonsense in and go home? Yeah maybe not, but it’s still worth it just to piss them off.

Hopefully Japan get involved too – they absolutely nailed it with their ISIS hostage memes last year.



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