The Most Dangerous Types Of People (Can You Guess?)


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Hackers' group Anonymous shuts down websites after declaring cyberwar |  South China Morning Post
WE ARE ANONYMOUS. WE ARE LEGION. WE DO NOT FORGIVE. WE DO NOT FORGET. EXPECT US

Type Of Article: Research/Evidence Based Unbiased

Short Version: The most dangerous people are viral hackers, whistleblowers and gas lighters. This article primarily discusses different events of viral hacking and surprising outcome of WikiLeaks “criminal” sentence. At the very end of the article I put the front page of THE SUPPOSED wikileaks page as well as the SUPPOSED youtube videos leaked on and site to link. I then follow with the website to the original Anonymous youtube video and one that was posted 3 hours ago today 10/26/2020

Full Article: The masked viral hacker, collectively known as Anonymous, came into being in the late 2000s. 

<p class="has-drop-cap has-large-font-size" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="36" max-font-size="72" height="80">Anonymous' anarchistic or anti-government hacking activity peaked in the summer of 2011 when an offshoot of the group known as<strong> LulzSec</strong> went on a month-long rampage, hacking security firms, defense contractors, media, government, and police organizations. New research notes that young hackers with no backing from the government or a comfortable geographic remove from their victims aren't precisely a reliable form of protest. Most of the Anonymous hackers were arrested. Like Jeremy Hammond, some received lengthy prison sentences, while others like Hector Monsegur became informants against their former colleagues. Since then, Anonymous has mostly faded out as a movement. Active hackers are slowly fading from the news feed headlines, more often used as a cover story for state-sponsored hackers than a tool for idealistic agents of chaos.Anonymous’ anarchistic or anti-government hacking activity peaked in the summer of 2011 when an offshoot of the group known as LulzSec went on a month-long rampage, hacking security firms, defense contractors, media, government, and police organizations. New research notes that young hackers with no backing from the government or a comfortable geographic remove from their victims aren’t precisely a reliable form of protest. Most of the Anonymous hackers were arrested. Like Jeremy Hammond, some received lengthy prison sentences, while others like Hector Monsegur became informants against their former colleagues. Since then, Anonymous has mostly faded out as a movement. Active hackers are slowly fading from the news feed headlines, more often used as a cover story for state-sponsored hackers than a tool for idealistic agents of chaos.

Crime and violence are major political issues. Surveys indicate growing public support for more punitive approaches to offenders, and populist governments worldwide, be they left, right, or third way leaning, fall over themselves to respond to law and order agendas.

Section 2 of the Crimes (Sentencing) Act has already provided discretionary life sentences for those convicted a second time for severe violence or a sexual offence in England and in Wales. However, the courts have shown a signal lack of enthusiasm for imposing such penalties, frustrating the government’s carceral spirit. The purpose set out in this document openly acknowledge the hope that the judicial reluctance to sentence based on predicted future behaviour will be reduced if courts are provided with medical evidence that offenders have a dangerous severe personality disorder.

Some point to dangerous people. In an interview with CNN, the father of one of the journalists who was murdered last week called for “sensible laws so that crazy people can’t get guns.” In a radio interview after the shooting, Sen. John McCain argued that the government needs to identify mentally ill people and more effectively keep them from obtaining guns.

Donald Trump Jr. was even more egregiously boastful after the U.S. this month killed Qassim al-Rimi, an al-Qaeda leader in Yemen. The president’s son praised and thanked his father for the killing on Twitter while simultaneously levelling a political attack at U.S. Democrats over the Iowa caucuses (and maintaining a family tradition by misspelling “Qaeda”).

“‘With more than 65,000 Americans shot in an attack last year, we have to do something to keep dangerous guns off our streets,’ said Kim Jones, the spokesperson for the group. One proposal currently being considered by Congress is a good start, Jones said. Congress is considering legislation to ban large ammunition clips, which are military-style high-capacity magazines that can shoot 30, 50, or 100 bullets without requiring the shooter to stop and reload. According to Kim Jones, ‘Getting this law in place is one way to protect the public from dangerous guns.’ “

About an inept janitor gets fired for repeated offences, which triggers a brutal kind of revenge. He takes out his revenge with all the female workers.

These outlets also misrepresent immigrants in other ways, consistent with a threat narrative. In a working paper, we find that like the photos depicting only boys in detention, immigrants’ media portrayals similarly highlight Latino men. Only half of the immigrants to the U.S. were of Latino descent in 2005; approximately three-quarters of those in the images we analyzed were identified as Latino.

Enthusiastic advocates exist for actuarial methods of predicting future criminality, and some places considerable theoretical emphasis on the contribution of personality. In practice, however, the probability of future offending is predicting effectively by past offending. Variables such as being a substance abuser or having a history of being abused as a child have significant, if less consistent, associations with increased future violence rates.

Mental health variables contribute little to such predictive. A diagnosis of psychopathy, or antisocial personality disorder, often does little more than recycle the history of prior offending behaviors in a different form, producing a potentially spurious association between personality disorder and offending. Therefore, in practice, we would be identifying people with a dangerous severe personality disorder, not on mental health or even personality variables, but on their past offending, their history of victimization, and their current drug and alcohol habits. Except for substance abuse, none of these predictive factors is open to change.

A decade ago, Facebook was worth $50 billion—what seemed at the time like a staggering sum for the startup social media firm. Today, Mark Zuckerberg’s company is worth roughly 11 times that amount and has swallowed other promising startups like Instagram, WhatsApp, and Oculus. No other company has transformed more dramatically this decade. And that explosive growth has been built on the rubble of scandal after scandal: As early as 2011, the Federal Trade Commission settled with Facebook over charges that it gave third party apps far more access to user data than it claimed, among other privacy failures. Over the following years, the company would be rocked by one data mishap after another, from Cambridge Analytica’s invasive data mining on behalf of Donald Trump’s election campaign in 2016 to a breach discovered in 2018 in which hackers gained access to 30 million users’ data.

Tania Lombrozo is a psychology professor at the University of California, Berkeley. She writes about psychology, cognitive science and philosophy, with occasional forays into parenting and veganism. You can keep up with more of what she is thinking on Twitter: @TaniaLombrozo.

Julian Assange first came on the general public’s radar in a 2010 WikiLeaks video called Collateral Murder. It presented a discussion for a revolutionary new secret-spilling model that empowered whistleblowers by offering them a digital dead drop, one that protected their anonymity with strong encryption. WikiLeaks would follow up with one blockbuster leak after another, with hundreds of thousands of classified files from the war in Afghanistan and then Iraq, followed by a quarter-million secret cables from the State Department.

But Assange would have another, the unexpected second act in 2016 when Russian agents would exploit WikiLeaks to launder documents stolen from the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign. After all, Assange never cared much for distinctions between whistleblowers and hackers. Throughout those years, Assange always maintained that the U.S. intended to imprison him—that U.S. hegemony considered him too dangerous to be left free. When Assange was pulled out of the Ecuadorean embassy in April and put in a British prison awaiting extradition to face U.S. hacking and espionage charges, he was proven right.

REFERENCES:

The Most Dangerous People on the Internet This Decade – ANITH. https://anith.com/the-most-dangerous-people-on-the-internet-this-decade/

Dangerous People | Impact News. https://dangerousbehaviour.wordpress.com/tag/dangerous-people/

Is Gun Violence Due To Dangerous People Or Dangerous Guns …. https://www.npr.org/sections/13.7/2015/08/31/436264866/is-gun-violence-due-to-dangerous-people-or-dangerous-guns

The news media usually show immigrants as dangerous …. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2018/06/27/the-news-media-usually-show-immigrants-as-dangerous-criminals-thats-changed-for-now-at-least/

Dangerous People | Impact News. https://dangerousbehaviour.wordpress.com/tag/dangerous-people/

WIKILEAKS 2010 https://collateralmurder.wikileaks.org/

THE FOLLOWING IS A REPLICATION/ COPY OF THE FRONT PAGE OF THE MOST KNOWN VERISON OF THE WIKILEAKS 2010 EXPOSURE. I DID NOT, AND CANNOT VERIFY THE INFORMATION AS IT IS NOT MY WRITINGS. THE THINKING CHAIR BLOG IS IN NO WAY SHAPE OR FORM AFFILIATED WITH ANY OF THE MENTIONED GROUPS

WIKILEAKS FULL VERSION

“Collateral Murder

Overview

5th April 2010 10:44 EST WikiLeaks has released a classified US military video depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad — including two Reuters news staff.

Reuters has been trying to obtain the video through the Freedom of Information Act, without success since the time of the attack. The video, shot from an Apache helicopter gun-sight, clearly shows the unprovoked slaying of a wounded Reuters employee and his rescuers. Two young children involved in the rescue were also seriously wounded.”

On Wikileaks Page under “short version”
WIkileaks Second Front Page Video
3rd and final video on the “wiki leaks website”


The military did not reveal how the Reuters staff were killed, and stated that they did not know how the children were injured.

After demands by Reuters, the incident was investigated and the U.S. military concluded that the actions of the soldiers were in accordance with the law of armed conflict and its own “Rules of Engagement”.

Consequently, WikiLeaks has released the classified Rules of Engagement for 2006, 2007 and 2008, revealing these rules before, during, and after the killings.

WikiLeaks has released both the original 38 minutes video and a shorter version with an initial analysis. Subtitles have been added to both versions from the radio transmissions.

WikiLeaks obtained this video as well as supporting documents from a number of military whistleblowers. WikiLeaks goes to great lengths to verify the authenticity of the information it receives. We have analyzed the information about this incident from a variety of source material. We have spoken to witnesses and journalists directly involved in the incident.

WikiLeaks wants to ensure that all the leaked information it receives gets the attention it deserves. In this particular case, some of the people killed were journalists that were simply doing their jobs: putting their lives at risk in order to report on war. Iraq is a very dangerous place for journalists: from 2003- 2009, 139 journalists were killed while doing their work.” [Second and ending paragraph of the first page of https://collateralmurder.wikileaks.org/ ]

THE FOLLOWING IS A REPLICATION/ COPY OF ANONYMOUS’ POPULAR YOUTUBE VIDEO. I DID NOT, AND CANNOT VERIFY THE INFORMATION ACCURACY AS IT IS NOT MY VIDEO. THE THINKING CHAIR BLOG IS IN NO WAY SHAPE OR FORM AFFILIATED WITH ANY OF THE MENTIONED GROUPS IN THIS ARTICLE

“Anonymous Declares total war on Donald”

https://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/nation-world/article66442277.html <- ORIGINAL VIDEO HERE

VIDEO POSTED ON YOUTUBE 10/26/2020 at 4:18PM BY THE “ANONYMOUS OFFICIAL” NEWER VIDEOS FROM ANONYMOUS – with a statement claiming the video will get deleted.

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By: E Ridyard; October 25th, 2020


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