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Real Anonymous embarrassed by S’pore branch’s antics

Posted on 14 November 2013

Cites “irreconcilable artistic difference” as reason for distancing themselves.


The Real Anonymous has revealed that they are embarrassed by the antics of the Singaporean branch of the decentralised hacktivist collective.

So much so that the Real Anonymous is distancing themselves.

This after the Real Anonymous were shown a picture of what the self-proclaimed local group of the Anonymous hacktivist collective did in Singapore during Nov. 5: Nothing but poorly executed graffiti that lacked finesse and artistic integrity.

The alleged perpetrators have been hauled to court yesterday for their questionable talent.

Upon viewing the graffiti, the Real Anonymous initially said: “Oh my god… This is.. they are not really Banksy, aren’t they?”

He then continued: “I mean like, what the hell is this? Anonymous is a sophisticated network of decentralised hackers who took down entire credit card companies, the FBI and CIA.”

“What in the blue hell is this supposed to be? ‘Oh look, we got a bad ass over here because I like to live dangerously cos I spray-painted the floor?'”

“We are Anonymous. Not We are Michael Fay.”

“Jesus Christ.”





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