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Anonymous Hacks Greek Ministry Website, Demands IMF Withdrawal, Threatens It Will Wipe Away All Citizen Debts

from ZeroHedge:

If there is one war that Greece could not afford to join, that is with the global computer hacking collective known as Anonymous. Yet as of minutes ago, that is precisley what happened, after Anonymous, as part of what it now calls Operation Greece, took down the Greek Ministry of Justice (http://www.ministryofjustice.gr/). While the pretext for the hacking appears to have been an arrest of the wrong people, is seems to have angered Anonymous to the point where they have left an extended message of demands on the Greek website, warning that unless the IMF withdraws from the country and the government resigns, all debts of Greek citizens will be wiped clean.

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4 comments to Anonymous Hacks Greek Ministry Website, Demands IMF Withdrawal, Threatens It Will Wipe Away All Citizen Debts

  • Julie

    These are Annual Reports. This is like YOU filing a Form 1040 for your taxes. Everyone accepts these numbers until there is a reason to doubt them or look for more information.

    If you get flagged by the IRS, they come to your house and want the SOURCE documents for all of the numbers you put on your 1040 form, receipts for expenses if you have a business, etc. This is an AUDIT. Have you ever been audited? I haven’t (yet, but since I’m posting on this site I probably will be… HA HA).

    And neither has the Fed – the Annual Report is THEIR published numbers generated by THEIR accountants. And the SOURCE info is part of what we as the American People should be somewhat worried about…

  • Julie

    What I meant to say to THIS one was that it would be a very interesting turn of events if they DID do this, erase the debts of the CITIZENS and the government still bankrupt… This concept would make an interesting short story or Sliders episode LOL.

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