ANONYMOUS - EMERGENCY ALERT - 2015


camouflaging my bushmaster..



Ingredients.
I started off at my lowes and purchased the following:
Blue Nitrile Disposable Gloves (10 PK)…2.48
Scotch Blue 1.41″ Edgelock Painter’s Tape…3.93
Natural Sea Sponge…8.97
Rustoleum Spray Paint, Earth Brown or similar color…4.98
Rustoleum Spray Paint,  Forest Green or hunter green will work…4.98 
Valspar high Temp Spray Paint, Khaki…4.98
Grand Total…$30.32 (before tax)

Sorry about the low light , my garage needs more light .
Started with the pmags  by taping off the receiving ends and applying a base coat of
the high temp Khaki , once the khaki dried i pooled the green in a container and used
the sea sponge (tore it in half) to blot random patterns on the mag's.

With my little bushmaster i taped the serial number, the grip (my hand will cover anyways),
and to prevent paint from getting inside the gun i used cotton balls in the camber ,receiver and
flash suppressor.
And with the same procedure as the p mags this is the end result  :

The paint will dull more once it is fully cured.



My broken home,,

Even if you don't like the music, just listen to the lyrics for a minute, heheheheh....

yep .piece of shit alright..


Filmmakers Michael Moore and Seth Rogen's negative comments regarding the movie American Sniper — a contender for Best Picture at the Oscars next month — have evoked a rather colorful response from self-proclaimed "American Bad Ass" Kid Rock. The musician took particular umbrage with the Bowling for Columbine director's statement that Moore's uncle was killed by a sniper in World War II and that he was raised to believe snipers were cowards.
"Fuck you Michael Moore, you’re a piece of shit and your uncle would be ashamed of you," Kid Rock wrote on his website. "Seth Rogen, your uncle probably molested you. I hope both of you catch a fist to the face soon."

He also paid his respects to the deceased Navy SEAL whose story was the basis of the movie. "God bless you Chris Kyle," he wrote. "Thank you for your service."

On the movie's opening weekend, Moore tweeted his comments and added, "Snipers aren't heroes, and invaders are worse." He later claimed that his tweet wasn't about American Sniper in particular and posted a lengthy Facebook missive to clarify his thoughts.
link here

Just remember that celebrities and  the media are the tool of deception , they don't want people that realize  they have been getting fucked by a system that threw them overboard 30+ years ago, so in order to see the truth, don't believe anything the media or local news tells you, in other words ,this guy got paid alot of money just to make the tweet to take everyone's attention away from something else?.

 

This should piss her off....

Heh

Journalist Barrett Brown sentenced to 63 months in prison


Published time: January 22, 2015 20:28
Barrett Brown (Photo from Wikipedia.org)
Barrett Brown (Photo from Wikipedia.org)
A Dallas court has sentenced journalist Barrett Brown to 63 months behind bars for links to the hacktivist collective Anonymous.
In April the independent journalist entered a plea deal agreeing to charges of transmitting threats, acting as an accessory to hacking, and obstructing with the execution of a search warrant. In addition to the prison term, the 33-year-old has been ordered to pay nearly $900,000.
Brown had been facing a possible sentence of 8.5 years. His legal team and online supporters, however, argued that the more than two years the hacktivist had already spent in prison were enough.
The controversial case drew attention as a possible crackdown on free press when federal prosecutors charged Brown with fraud for merely sharing a link to a compilation of stolen credit card information from intelligence contractor Stratfor.
The charge was later dropped as part of plea deal he made in April.
The trove of data contained within the link related to subscriber data pilfered from Strategic Forecasting, or Stratfor, a private intelligence company, when it was hacked by Anonymous in December 2011. Thousands of emails obtained in that compromise were later given to the whistleblower website WikIleaks and were subsequently published online. 

Link here.

And he thought 2011-2012 was bad.


Obama : Increase prison sentences for hackers

Proposal also expands hacking definition. That's a "dangerous idea," expert says.


The Obama administration, currently engaged in a war of words with North Korea over the recent hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment, is calling on Congress to increase prison sentences for hackers and to expand the definition of hacking.
During next week's State of the Union address, the president is set to publicly urge increased prison time and other changes to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act—the statute that was used to prosecute Internet activist Aaron Swartz before he committed suicide in 2013.
At issue is the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), passed in 1984 to bolster the government's ability to nab hackers who destroy or disrupt computer functionality or who steal information.
In general, the CFAA makes it illegal to "knowingly and with intent to defraud, accesses a protected computer without authorization, or exceeds authorized access, and by means of such conduct furthers the intended fraud and obtains anything of value, unless the object of the fraud and the thing obtained consists only of the use of the computer and the value of such use is not more than $5,000 in any 1-year period."
Obama said Tuesday, "We want cybercriminals to feel the full force of American justice, because they are doing as much damage—if not more, these days—as folks who are involved in more conventional crime."
Among other things, penalties under Obama's plan would increase from a maximum five-year penalty to 10 years for pure hacking acts, like circumventing a technological barrier. What's more, the law would expand the definition of what "exceeds authorized access" means. A hacker would exceed authorization when accessing information "for a purpose that the accesser knows is not authorized by the computer owner."
That raised the eyebrows of researchers and scholars alike.

read more here

still adding

Yep the sites on the web , still adding to the pages, and adding more pages too , yeah it's pretty generic for now but when it comes to making a site catered to the elderly or disabled simple is probably better. if anyone knows anything about HTML you can always right click on any page and see what i had to write, yeah im sloppy about the css and javascript , anyways here's the link : http://www.afa-homes.com/index.html

Charlie Hebdo attack: Anonymous claims first victory in 'war' on jihadi websites

Hacking group announces on Twitter account @OpCharlieHebdo that it has taken down French terror-mongering website


The hacking group Anonymous has announced its first victory in its bid to target jihadists by disabling an extremist website. Anonymous boasted in a tweet that it had struck ansar-alhaqq.net, a French terror-mongering website, as part of its efforts to protect freedom of speech. The Twitter account, @OpCharlieHebdo, posted '#TangoDown' and the name of a French website associated with extremists. 

 

 

The page remains down, diverting to the search engine 'DuckDuckGo'. Related Articles Tories endangering British lives by risking EU withdrawal, Ed Miliband says 12 Jan 2015 Charlie Hebdo's Wednesday edition to include Prophet Mohammed cartoons 12 Jan 2015 BBC scraps ban on depicting Prophet Mohammed 12 Jan 2015 A Belgium offshoot of the group had previously warned of an attack on all social media sites in a video tribute to the Charlie Hebdo journalists and their families. In the clip, a figure wearing the group's symbolic Guy Fawkes mask says: "We are declaring war against you, the terrorists." The figure, who is seated in front of a desk with the hashtag #OpCharlieHebdo (Operation Charlie Hebdo) on the screen, adds that they will close all accounts on social networks related to terrorists in order to avenge those who have been killed. Over 6.5 million people have viewed the clip since it was uploaded on January 8, with 21,000 people "liking" it. On Friday, the group published a separate declaration stating: "We are legion. We will not forget. We do not forgive." The post on Pastebin also included a promise of a "massive" attack. "Expect a massive frontal reaction from us because the struggle for the defence of those freedoms is the foundation of our movement," it read. The precise method used in the cyber-attack remains unclear, but Anonymous have previously used a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) which floods the website with traffic. DDoS attacks were attributed to the problems with the PlayStation Network over Christmas.


 

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Why im not posting as much..........

Been busy and lazy over the holidays ........


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