Graphic courtesy of @team_riddler
This is a shout-out to those anonymous activists who yesterday targeted Chinese government websites in action to support Tibetan Independence Day. Your active solidarity with the just cause of Tibet is greatly appreciated. That you chose to take a stand for justice, human rights and national freedom for the Tibetan people, against the the Chinese regime, is an action which would resonate in the hearts of Tibetans living under the shadow of that tyranny.
The operation you carried out not only disabled a number of official sites, causing disruption and delay to the Chinese authorities, but more importantly sent a resounding message. Namely, that people around the world care about the plight of Tibetans and are willing to expose and oppose the dark realities of Chinese rule in Tibet. In addition, thanks to your actions the issue was given wide exposure across the digital maelstrom of social media.We were greatly assisted in receiving news about events by the following, who deserve special mention: @AnonymousTibet @team_riddler @anonymzmeduza @BodhiAnon @anonriddler @ProjectInject
Print Screen of Tweet from @anonymzmeduza
Looks like Anonymous is set to strike against Chinese government websites this February 13, an action of solidarity (on Tibetan independence day) which is being reported across Twitter. We’d like to thank @AnonymousTibet for sharing news of this and to all those hacktivists who will be taking part, including #teamriddler #Op_Tibet and #BlackHat. Your active support for Tibet’s just cause is greatly appreciated. Thanks to @anonymzmeduza for her graphic.
Breaking news received from the Anonymous collective #blackhat reports that some 1500 China-linked usernames and passwords have been hacked as part of the ongoing #Op_Tibet action. This latest strike, taken in support of Tibet’s cause for human rights and national freedom has left many Chinese websites exposed and vulnerable to further attacks. Sincere thanks to all, who know who they are, that contributed and for sharing news of this action.
Image: print-screen from tweet by @AnonymousTibet
There’s a been a number of reports coming out of Tibet’s eastern regions of Kham and Amdo about Tibetans protesting against Chinese mining corporations that are causing environmental pollution and destruction of ecology. One such company is mining for gold at a mountain considered sacred by Tibetans, now it has attracted the attention of Anonymous hacktivists who have been all over social media in the past few days to notify folks that the website of that Chinese company is to be targeted. Today our Twitter account received further information on this and what’s been called ‘Operation Goldfucker’ has been launched. Many thanks to @AnonymousTibet and @teamriddler for sharing updates on this ongoing action.
Image:courtesy of tweet from @AnonymousTibet
Utterly amazing action by Anonymous, what a day they have unleashed on Chinese regime websites..way to go! The statement above was just tweeted to our Twitter account by @AnonymousTibet
An anonymous statement has just been posted across Twitter from activists #teamriddler #Op_Tibet & #anons4TIBET which reports that 10 Chinese regime websites have been taken offline in operations today. The list maybe seen here: http://pastebin.com/4AL46tje
Image: courtesy of @team_riddler
Our Twitter team received a rare view into the strategic center for today’s anonymous operations supporting Tibetan Independence Day (February 13) Thank you @team_riddler for sharing your photo, appreciation also to @AnonymousTibet for the updates, the most recent of which is a statement released in the pasty hour signed by #teamriddler and #Op_Tibet which lists those Chinese regime websites that have been attacked. More here: http://pastebin.com/7JmuFCJg
Chinese regime websites continue to be targeted by anonymous activists in an operation timed to support Tibetan Independence Day, earlier this morning three sites were taken offline, see our previous post.
In the past hour two more (see print-screens above) have been attacked by #teamriddler and #Op_Tibet. Grateful thanks to @AnonymousTibet for reporting on these actions.