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Anonymous Hackers Take On Westboro For CT Picket: VIDEO


Incensed over Westboro Baptist Church's plan to picket the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, a hacker or group of hackers called KY Anonymous, one of the many organizations under the collective Anonymous umbrella, published the names, email addresses and phone numbers of the hateful church's leaders.

The campaign against Westboro is being called #OpWestBoro, according to CNET.

In addition to hack job, KY Anonymous also released a video and message telling Westboro Baptist, "We will not allow you to corrupt the minds of America with your seeds of hatred."

They went on, "We will not allow you to inspire aggression to the social factions which you deem inferior. We will render you obsolete. We will destroy you. We are coming."

Watch KY Anonymous' video message for Westboro AFTER THE JUMP.

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  1. godhatesfags site is still up and running???

    Posted by: aj | Dec 17, 2012 9:51:48 AM

  2. godhatesfags site is still up and running???

    Posted by: aj | Dec 17, 2012 9:51:49 AM

  3. I say congratulations to the anonomous hackers. Ignoring the Westboro Mutants doesn't work, Mabye the hackers can help.

    Posted by: andrew | Dec 17, 2012 10:20:04 AM

  4. Where in Christianity is hate-mongering an involved practice? What are Fred Phelps and the WBC afraid of anyhow? Rainbows? Unicorns? A flaming pink queer apocalypse? I attempted to address this with a portrait of the good reverend on my artist’s blog at Drop in and let me know what you think!

    Posted by: Brandt Hardin | Dec 17, 2012 5:09:39 PM

  5. You are my heroes!!!!!

    Posted by: elaine | Dec 17, 2012 5:28:16 PM

  6. I personally believe the west boro church went way to far.Self righteous and misguided they are.What you guys have done is justice, against corrupted hate mongers like that church.How can any one so sick say its Gods way.Kids were massacred in a place of innocence and education, and these freaks have the nerve to say its an act of God. Thx Anonymous! you have my vote, its good to see we still have smart heroes around in this corrupted and post apocalyptic society.
    sincerely , D

    Posted by: sean DeCastro | Dec 17, 2012 9:36:21 PM

  7. I'm torn... I think the Westboro Baptist folks are the lowest form of ignorant subhumans that ever walked the face of this earth. However their hatred and bigotry provide the exact opposite of what they are trying to accomplish. Think of how their hatred and bigotry unifies the left and the LGBT community against them. The right is running away from them and trying to diminish their exposure because they have the same point of view. The difference between the right and the Westboro Baptist church, is that the right keeps their views "in the closet" now. Believe me the hatred and bigotry exposed by Westboro Baptist will prove to be such a turn off that more and more folks will turn to support LGBT equality.

    Posted by: Javier | Dec 17, 2012 10:20:00 PM

  8. LOVE IT!

    Posted by: jhr459 | Dec 17, 2012 11:03:16 PM

  9. I'm all for anonymous (or anyone else for that matter) f*cking with the WBC to their heart's delight. Be careful though, because as others have said they WILL sue. That's how they make their money.

    But IMO, in general the WBC has actually helped the gay community more than they've hurt it. Only by accident, but still.

    Here's my evidence: You could get Adam Lambert, Lady Gaga, and Ellen DeGeneres giving a concert and it still wouldn't get almost the entire student body of a school to stand up against homophobia and for gay rights. Yet the WBC unites schools and people AGAINST their virulent homophobic bullying all the time. Not just in support of that day's protest target, but against their anti-gay signs and words.

    As the Right has known for a LONG time, negative emotions like hate (and fear, which the Right plays like a violin) unite people faster than positive emotions. People really really HATE the WBC and since their primary message is anti-gay they end up rejecting, or at least moderating, their own homophobia rather than agree with them or sound like them. Fox News Anchors have gone on pro-gay tirades thanks to Shirley Roper but you can bet your @ss that gay activists or celebrities couldn't have gotten them to do the same.

    Posted by: Caliban | Dec 18, 2012 12:02:30 AM

  10. I am sorry to all the people on here who say ignore them, they get money from suing folks, that Anonymous is not doing anything helpful here. I have a question? How much crap has to happen in the US before you are willing to take action?

    - Ignore them - They will just make themselves more noticable but what ever other acts of hatred they can think of until they are noticed.

    - Sue them - A group just like Anonymous cant be tracked, so who is there to sue. If you personally are going to use the information and contact them, you open that door yourself. That information in the right hands, can ruin a person with out getting caught, which I think is the point they made by posting that.

    - Let them go there to protest so they can get there butts kick - Has that town not been through enough already, just to see that would be even more devistating. The goal is keep them from going in the first place to save the family from having to see that.

    When is enough going to be enough America? Obviously waiting for the Gov't and our politicans to makes changes is not going to happen as long as those in the higher chairs are making the larger paychecks. "For the people, by the people!" is no longer the focus it seems. There are times when action is needed and words can do no more good.

    Posted by: ClearMindedMan | Dec 18, 2012 1:55:21 PM

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