MasterCard website taken down by WikiLeaks supporters

After Amazon pulled the plug on WikiLeaks' hosting solution with the company, others soon followed suit. PayPal announced that they have cut off donation support for the whistleblowing site, and on Monday, MasterCard took the same stance as PayPal. Internet hacktivist group Anonymous decided to have their say in supporting WikiLeaks by DDoSing PayPal and MasterCard.

Neowin earlier today reported on several attacks to banking websites that were blocking donations to the WikiLeaks organization. Now, Anonymous has issued distributed denial of service attacks onto credit card site MasterCard after they stopped donation support for WikiLeaks as well. Attempts to reach MasterCard's main site are, at the time of this writing, met with either extremely long load times or a connection timeout.

Early this morning, the group Anon tweeted from @Anon_Operation this message: "WE ARE GLAD TO TELL YOU THAT http://www.mastercard.com/ is DOWN AND IT'S CONFIRMED." Twitter is also now a target for Anonymous as the social networking website reportedly are preventing the #wikileaks tag from showing up among trending topics.

While Anonymous is simply trying to get a point across, many innocent bystanders are getting caught in the crossfire. Users of MasterCard are not currently able to use the online services provided by the credit card company. With the arrest of Julian Assange, Anonymous has seemingly stepped up to fill in the hole and add support to the whistleblowing organization.

MasterCard does want to let users know that they "are working to restore normal speed of service. There is no impact whatsoever on Mastercard or Maestro cardholders' ability to use their cards for secure transactions." Anonymous has recently stepped up in number of attacks issued, from the recent takedown of the RIAA and MPAA websites, to the major banking and credit service websites highlighted in the past few days.

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I'm probably going out on a limb here, as I'm quite outspoken I think this is just outrageous ,what's wrong with these wa***rs... as far as I am concerned WikiLeaks is not just a threat to national security but its a threat to Global National Security as well. Julian Assange should be tried for treason as far as I am concerned because he leaked sensitive documents to the general public, he has compromised military installations around the globe and has also compromised servicemen and service women both in Afghanistan and Iraq. Libya's Col. Gaddafi is pi**ed about the US and the UK, I mean what's next. I am all for freedom of Speech, but there is freedom of Speech and there's releasing sensitive documents that Joe Public should never read and/or even be in the hands of the general public. Sensitive Government documentation should be kept classified for National Security and the safety of the general public.

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Jonessie said,
I'm probably going out on a limb here, as I'm quite outspoken I think this is just outrageous ,what's wrong with these wa***rs... as far as I am concerned WikiLeaks is not just a threat to national security but its a threat to Global National Security as well. Julian Assange should be tried for treason as far as I am concerned because he leaked sensitive documents to the general public, he has compromised military installations around the globe and has also compromised servicemen and service women both in Afghanistan and Iraq. Libya's Col. Gaddafi is pi**ed about the US and the UK, I mean what's next. I am all for freedom of Speech, but there is freedom of Speech and there's releasing sensitive documents that Joe Public should never read and/or even be in the hands of the general public. Sensitive Government documentation should be kept classified for National Security and the safety of the general public.

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Why should Joe Public never read the docs? What can/will Joe Public do with them?

Jonessie said,
I'm probably going out on a limb here, as I'm quite outspoken I think this is just outrageous ,what's wrong with these wa***rs... as far as I am concerned WikiLeaks is not just a threat to national security but its a threat to Global National Security as well. Julian Assange should be tried for treason as far as I am concerned because he leaked sensitive documents to the general public, he has compromised military installations around the globe and has also compromised servicemen and service women both in Afghanistan and Iraq. Libya's Col. Gaddafi is pi**ed about the US and the UK, I mean what's next. I am all for freedom of Speech, but there is freedom of Speech and there's releasing sensitive documents that Joe Public should never read and/or even be in the hands of the general public. Sensitive Government documentation should be kept classified for National Security and the safety of the general public.

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So, Julian Assange leaked those documents, did he?

I thought it was a US embassy official who leaked them to Wikileaks in the first place.

Personally as a UK citizen I feel outraged that a so-called "ally" would have scathing criticism of the UK PM, he's not perfect and neither is Obama, and UK military tactics in Afghanistan as well as spying on the UK government when they should be looking much closer to home.

FYI, he can't be tried for treason as he's not a US citizen, he's Australian in case you didn't know, you can only be tried for treason in your home country.

Edited by neo158, Dec 9 2010, 11:43am :

Mastercard, Visa, or any private entity for that matter has the right to discriminate who their customers are. They don't even need a reason, just as any other businessman can deny their business to anyone they wish (unless you live in an ass backwards society where your government forces you to provide your service to everyone). No way I am going to provide my services to someone I don't like - and sure as hell don't expect any of you to do so either.

Does no one see the irony that they're posting updates on Twitter even though "Twitter is also now a target for Anonymous as the social networking website reportedly are preventing the #wikileaks tag from showing up among trending topics."

I guess when you're rushing around with these attacks you lose sight of what you're really trying to accomplish. If it's sympathy for WikiLeaks this is not an effective way to do it. If it's because MasterCard, PayPal, Amazon, etc. took a stand on the issue, grow up and move along.

good stick it to them might join in at later date myself. As for saying their details are safe... wonder what they're thinking with 10,001+ credit card numbers that just showed up on pastebin etc.

Wikileaks and Assange have a personal agenda, and desire notoriety as much as anything else.

Anon has a personal agenda, and desires notoriety as much as anything else.

All involved are a bunch of immature, pompous, self-righteous jack-offs. Neither party is on the glorious crusade of good, that they pretend to be providing humanity. Neither party properly thinks through the responsibility of their own actions. Neither party is doing anything to improve our ways of life, no matter what the claims.

There really isn't much more to this story.

Quickly loosing support for Anon. Firstly I think that if Paypal/Mastercard etc want to pull support for Wikileaks in order to avoid association for whatever reason they should be allowed to without being attacked. Besides, what on earth is this going to achieve anyway? Get Mastercard back?

I think that Wikileaks are just leaking and sharing secret documents just for the sake of it. Just because you have the right to do something doesn't mean you should, the only way that freedom works is if everyone uses discretion and doesn't abuse this freedom, there is some information that not everyone should be privy to (how else can you keep a secret from potential enemies?).

Secrets are cool, no problem with secrets. Thing is, governments have been using the "Top Secret" card to actually keep the truth from its own citizens. Should I tell you that the government is supposed to work FOR you not AGAINST you ? They're not doing you a favor, you are by electing them ! So what Wikileaks is doing is actually showing proof to the world that governments have forgotten their main role (which is to serve the citizens) and are playing games with us, telling us lies about things that are important to us.

So until they get their act together and start doing their job we say : F*** secrets. You wanna play games ? Then let's play this game : no secrets anymore, everything you say or said will be published to the masses. Now you can try and deal with it in a violent way (and that's what's happening now) OR you can recognize your error and make an effort for more transparency, keeping secret only the documents that could be dangerous to national security.

Think about it, if all the secret documents were state secrets that were hidden only from potential enemies then no one would have even cared about all this wikileaks stuff. This is happening because the "Secret" word is being abused by the governments.

Who would have thought? A hacker breaking the law just like wikileaks? They have no business delving into diplomats and countries private affairs. Who is to say that this data has not been altered to make the Government(s) look bad?

DDoS all the sites you want, that won't change stances.

Mainer82 said,
Who would have thought? A hacker breaking the law just like wikileaks? They have no business delving into diplomats and countries private affairs. Who is to say that this data has not been altered to make the Government(s) look bad?

DDoS all the sites you want, that won't change stances.


Wikileaks hasn't broken any laws (:

Wow....the stupidity of the human race.....I'm so glad I live in a world with so many dissolute morons! A bunch of imbeciles fighting like kids in a playground! Yes, let's fight crime with more crime, yes, that's the answer, Anon, you ****ing bullies.

One would think that websites like PayPal and MasterCard (and NAB in Oz) would protect themselves against on all the variants of the oldie "Kiss of Death" based attacks!

Maybe one day the childish acts will stop, DDOS attacks are nothing more than a bunch of immature wan-a-be "hackers". This has long been the impression of the professional web-market. Your point is not getting made and MasterCard will not reimplement their account over a DDOS Attack. You all say way to go Anonymous when in reality it makes no point other than the childish behavior of these people.

Now if you want a REAL message to be made you join with the real IT hackers who make way more than these "DDOS" hackers and actually find exploits in the company, do social engineering, and cause actual chaos. Then you'll have the eyes and ears of the CEO and other legitimate tech experts.

With anon helping wikileaks this will just fuel the fire he's already in. If the Brits won't turn him over to the states it merely acts as a treasonous act against the states (since they are the closest allies with the states). I say WW3 here we come and we can nuke England and be done

Morisato said,
With anon helping wikileaks this will just fuel the fire he's already in. If the Brits won't turn him over to the states it merely acts as a treasonous act against the states (since they are the closest allies with the states). I say WW3 here we come and we can nuke England and be done

Wow, British hate, much!!!

That's the typical type of action i'd expect, kill everyone in the UK and claim that the innocent civillians were "collateral damage", just like the US Apache gunner who couldn't tell the difference between an AK-47 and a Digital SLR.

Assange was arrested in the UK for the alleged rape of two women in Sweden, nothing to do with the leaks from a US GOVERMENT official to wikileaks.

We Brits take it up the a** from the US since we have a "special agreement".

After what the US decided to do under the Bush administration the UK are the only allies the US has.

Edited by neo158, Dec 8 2010, 7:36pm :

Morisato said,
With anon helping wikileaks this will just fuel the fire he's already in. If the Brits won't turn him over to the states it merely acts as a treasonous act against the states (since they are the closest allies with the states). I say WW3 here we come and we can nuke England and be done

Just a little FYI, Treason only applies with in the US. Other countries have no obligation to do what you tell them.

Subject Delta said,

Just a little FYI, Treason only applies with in the US. Other countries have no obligation to do what you tell them.

Unless it's the UK with our "special agreement" !!!

Hardcore Til I Die said,
Wow.. DDoSing the mastercard website which doesn't affect its payment systems in the slightest... way to send a harsh message!

F'ing idiots.


I don't think that's the point of the attack...

DPyro said,

I don't think that's the point of the attack...

Just saying that attacking the website of a company that is very much non-web based isn't going to do much.

Hardcore Til I Die said,

Just saying that attacking the website of a company that is very much non-web based isn't going to do much.


Obviously you haven't noticed that SecureCode isn't working...and that's very much web based...

technikal said,

Obviously you haven't noticed that SecureCode isn't working...and that's very much web based...

I said very much non-web based not entirely non-web based. Minor disruption to services.. big woop.

Hardcore Til I Die said,

I said very much non-web based not entirely non-web based. Minor disruption to services.. big woop.

Kinda is a big woop for anyone interested in buying something online, with it being xmas time and all, only to find you can't because your card can't be used with securecode (which lots of banks and their customers use these days)

technikal said,

Kinda is a big woop for anyone interested in buying something online, with it being xmas time and all, only to find you can't because your card can't be used with securecode (which lots of banks and their customers use these days)

Those people will either just go out and buy said item or call the store they're trying to order from instead.

I'm personally on the "if this hadn't even started" side of things. I don't care about WikiLeaks or Mastercard myself, but I personally would have loved it if none of this had happened to start with.

Tanshin said,
I'm personally on the "if this hadn't even started" side of things. I don't care about WikiLeaks or Mastercard myself, but I personally would have loved it if none of this had happened to start with.
wikileaks would also like it if this hadn't even started. But they know they can't go back in time and stop it from starting, so they have to do what they can in the present to try to stop it.

Down for me. Good.

No real comment on the leaks scandal as i don't know enough about its affects but I hate companies that jump on the bandwagon without evidence.

apollos84 said,
Wow, this is pretty cool.

Very cool, just make sure you never promote anything that may draw their wrath....or the next group like them who decides you are wrong...

Safari version 5.0.3 (6533.19.4) said,
Safari can't open the page.

Safari can't open the page “http://www.mastercard.com/” because the server unexpectedly dropped the connection. This sometimes occurs when the server is busy. Wait for a few minutes, and then try again.

Isn't a cyber attack on a web site considered a crime? Do you think the U.S. Government will step in and start arresting the hackers?

WV2MJR said,
Isn't a cyber attack on a web site considered a crime? Do you think the U.S. Government will step in and start arresting the hackers?

Like what happened to the WikiLeaks site?

WV2MJR said,
Isn't a cyber attack on a web site considered a crime? Do you think the U.S. Government will step in and start arresting the hackers?

I vote for your comment as the number #1 dumbass comment out of the couple on here. I don't know if you're being sarcastic or not, but even so it's still stupid considering how insane it would be to have the right to arrest violators while the fed commit their own.

.Neo said,
Not much the US government can do if the hackers aren't in the United States...

What about Gary McKinnon the guy from the UK who got into some US government computer systems looking for alien info?

Doli said,

What about Gary McKinnon the guy from the UK who got into some US government computer systems looking for alien info?


No idea?

flexkeyboard said,

I vote for your comment as the number #1 dumbass comment out of the couple on here. I don't know if you're being sarcastic or not, but even so it's still stupid considering how insane it would be to have the right to arrest violators while the fed commit their own.

What they are doing is a violation and is considered a crime so yeah, the government should go after them. I know what it was like to have a website and forums taken down. And you are an idiot if you think my post is dumb because it's really a good debatable topic.

Doli said,

What about Gary McKinnon the guy from the UK who got into some US government computer systems looking for alien info?

The UK government are huge suck ups to the US gov.... :<

WV2MJR said,

What they are doing is a violation and is considered a crime so yeah, the government should go after them. I know what it was like to have a website and forums taken down. And you are an idiot if you think my post is dumb because it's really a good debatable topic.


thank you. hope the government chase down whoever DDoSes Wikileak at first...

Edited by Richteralan, Dec 8 2010, 7:21pm :

Doli said,

What about Gary McKinnon the guy from the UK who got into some US government computer systems looking for alien info?

Because the here in the UK we have a rather one sided extradition policy which favours the USA. If we wanted anyone from the USA we'd be tolled to sod off.

So imo the extradition policy should be torn up with McKinnon left here in the UK and be tried in a London court instead. He would not get a fair trial in the USA because their legal system is biased towards who has the most money. Their "Democratic" legal system is frankly, very crap.

Richteralan said,

thank you. hope the government chase down whoever DDoSes Wikileak at first...

I am against taking down web sites and forums all together regardless if it's the Wikileaks or the Mastercard web site. I am neutral in this argument, however I know what it was like to have my own web site and forums taken down and I believe all those hackers should be prosecuted on both sides.

WV2MJR said,

What they are doing is a violation and is considered a crime so yeah, the government should go after them. I know what it was like to have a website and forums taken down. And you are an idiot if you think my post is dumb because it's really a good debatable topic.

Let me correct that for you "What they are doing is a violation and is considered a crime so yeah, the government should go after themSELVES."

LOL, I gave the doubt of being sarcastic, but now I think for sure you're the number #1 ignorance and troller for this non-issue discussion you engaged. The fed started it and it ain't gonna end whether you think someone need to be arrested it or not. And LOL @ your low brain activity for asking such a self-fulfilling prophecy question. So intelligent, yes you are.

Edited by flexkeyboard, Dec 8 2010, 7:37pm :

StevenNT said,

Because the here in the UK we have a rather one sided extradition policy which favours the USA. If we wanted anyone from the USA we'd be tolled to sod off.

So imo the extradition policy should be torn up with McKinnon left here in the UK and be tried in a London court instead. He would not get a fair trial in the USA because their legal system is biased towards who has the most money. Their "Democratic" legal system is frankly, very crap.

it is not democratic as you claim. hell no part of America is democratic! its at least nicely called a "Representative Democracy" which is close to the words republican democracy. remember Rome? They had a senate that was corrupt but a republic none-the-less. And IMO the justice system is nothing but legal retribution. It's a place of public sordid affairs to do what is "right" for people and "society" as a whole. while sometimes its beneficial such as locking up serial murderers sometimes and often it is not.

WV2MJR said,

I am against taking down web sites and forums all together regardless if it's the Wikileaks or the Mastercard web site. I am neutral in this argument, however I know what it was like to have my own web site and forums taken down and I believe all those hackers should be prosecuted on both sides.

You're missing the point... The government is the one attacking taking down websites, so they need to be punished for it.

flexkeyboard said,

Let me correct that for you "What they are doing is a violation and is considered a crime so yeah, the government should go after themSELVES."

LOL, I gave the doubt of being sarcastic, but now I think for sure you're the number #1 ignorance and troller for this non-issue discussion you engaged. The fed started it and it ain't gonna end whether you think someone need to be arrested it or not. And LOL @ your low brain activity for asking such a self-fulfilling prophecy question. So intelligent, yes you are.

Shame on you! I try to have a civil debate and you go ahead and start talking **** about me. I don't even know you and your trying to pick a fight with me. What is your problem?

Beaux said,
You're missing the point... The government is the one attacking taking down websites, so they need to be punished for it.

I am neutral on this topic regarding Wikileaks but I will say this, having people such as flexkeyboard is surely not helping your cause. In fact, it's having the opposite effect. People don't like immature aggressive people who attack others even if they are neutral like myself. I have done nothing to this person and he attacks me.

Zeek18 said,
Well I tried to access mastercard when I read this and it doesn't show any delay.

Checked their site just now after reading the article and your comment, and it's barely loading for me. Still loading, but very... very slow.

Pupik said,

Checked their site just now after reading the article and your comment, and it's barely loading for me. Still loading, but very... very slow.

Odd well it's loading slow again, they must have taken a 5 min break lol.

And what this annon group wins by doing this? they've been ddosing since September and I can't tell anything they have acquired.

kachie said,
And what this annon group wins by doing this? they've been ddosing since September and I can't tell anything they have acquired.

Are you kidding? DDoS attacks against sites like MasterCard result in a revenue lost for them. They didn't make the website because they felt like it. They made the website to help generate revenue. When that website is down they aren't generating revenue.

Shadrack said,

Are you kidding? DDoS attacks against sites like MasterCard result in a revenue lost for them. They didn't make the website because they felt like it. They made the website to help generate revenue. When that website is down they aren't generating revenue.

And who fits the bill for this lost revenue? Bet it wont be the banks but normal customers will pay with increased charges. Sure that will be welcome by everyone.

efjay said,

And who fits the bill for this lost revenue? Bet it wont be the banks but normal customers will pay with increased charges. Sure that will be welcome by everyone.

I agree with you. But wasn't a swift kick in the pants to MasterCard and their customers what the group was trying to accomplish? I'd argue they accomplished that goal.

My response was directed to kachie who's post downplayed the consequences of the attack.

efjay said,

And who fits the bill for this lost revenue? Bet it wont be the banks but normal customers will pay with increased charges. Sure that will be welcome by everyone.

All the more reason to hurt the credit card companies. If they keep doing that to their customers, eventually, they won't have customers anymore.

Ka74ever said,
I don't know if I'm with them or against them...

I'm with 4chan on VISA & Mastercard, because Wikileaks haven't been ruled of doing anything illegal. These companies are just being jerks, just like PayPal. The US Gov't like to claim they're doing illegal things, but fact remains that they're still looking how exactly to make this become a criminal act. Assange a traitor? No, since he's not a US citizen. Assange a spy? Not really, since he's releasing leaked material, not leaking it himself. Other guys doing the same are BBC and NY Times. Assange is a PR guy for Wikileaks, and there's not much wrong in that.

I'm however NOT with 4chan on the attack against the Swiss bank site. They were fully within their rights to freeze the account on the grounds of Assange having provided false address information. I can completely understand that, and think 4chan was very childish (I mean -- more than usual) and thoughtless in attacking those. Name a business that's serious and don't care for proper info about the customers.

Ka74ever said,
I don't know if I'm with them or against them...

I am divided myself.Some parts of me say Go man Go!
Other parts think of the innocent people affected.

apollos84 said,
I am divided myself.Some parts of me say Go man Go!
Other parts think of the innocent people affected.
Stop kidding yourself. Nobody is affected. If their payment systems are not robust, they will get their money late from their customers. And this article only states that their "websites" are down, which is NOT their payment systems.

You say that crap as if Visa and Mastercard haven't been looting their customers for several decades.

Jebadiah said,
And this article only states that their "websites" are down, which is NOT their payment systems.
But one has to wonder about anyone that pays their bill online directly through the Mastercard site that will end up being late because of this?

Other than the people that are visiting trying to get a new card offer, I'd say this probably hurts their customers more than them.

apollos84 said,

I am divided myself.Some parts of me say Go man Go!
Other parts think of the innocent people affected.

Why not think of the innocent people affected by visa's and mastercard's decisions?

Northgrove said,

I'm with 4chan on VISA & Mastercard, because Wikileaks haven't been ruled of doing anything illegal. These companies are just being jerks, just like PayPal. The US Gov't like to claim they're doing illegal things, but fact remains that they're still looking how exactly to make this become a criminal act. Assange a traitor? No, since he's not a US citizen. Assange a spy? Not really, since he's releasing leaked material, not leaking it himself. Other guys doing the same are BBC and NY Times. Assange is a PR guy for Wikileaks, and there's not much wrong in that.

I'm however NOT with 4chan on the attack against the Swiss bank site. They were fully within their rights to freeze the account on the grounds of Assange having provided false address information. I can completely understand that, and think 4chan was very childish (I mean -- more than usual) and thoughtless in attacking those. Name a business that's serious and don't care for proper info about the customers.

then your just as big a tool as 4chan and anon. Soon as they released innocent peoples CC numbers i jumped sides and cant wait till anon and all his tinfoil head followers are lined up and shot.

Jazket said,
And then the release of the following cable:
http://m.guardian.co.uk/ms/p/g...tercard&cat=top-stories
What's wrong with that? That's the role of a country's diplomats: to ensure that your country is not unfairly hurt other national laws.

The clear goal of that Russian law was to head back toward communist rule of everything banking. If these huge businesses are deprived of that money, then they pay less in taxes, and they probably would stop employing as many people dealing with that region. While not all of those taxes would be paid in America--some would. Similar statements could be made about the jobs.

This is just the diplomats doing their job.

pickypg said,
What's wrong with that? That's the role of a country's diplomats: to ensure that your country is not unfairly hurt other national laws.
How would that be unfair?

Beaux said,
How would that be unfair?
That should have read: "to ensure that their country is not unfairly hurt by the other country's national laws."

pickypg said,
That should have read: "to ensure that their country is not unfairly hurt by the other country's national laws."
I still don't see the unfairness.

In any protest innocent bystanders are affected, an unfortunate event.

Like they say in war there is always death even on the innocent but the message of we will keep going sends messages far and beyond what plea for help can do.

JAB Creations said,
Anonymous and Wikileaks have my respect.

Wikileaks is clearly a threat to the communist jews as innocent people ARE the target of their racist genocidal war against western society; add attempted character assassination in to the mix such as the BS rape charges against the founder as one example or when someone points them out such as myself (notice none of the criticisms after this comment I'll receive for pointing out the jews have any actual weight (they're say racist or call names etc, it's so predictable)) though truth will always trump a lie. For those who aren't sure if what I'm saying has weight you can ID a jew by it's surname and you'll find that the ratio (they are only 1% of the American population) are VASTLY disproportionate in banking, media and politics.

Think reminds me of the whole Rick Sanchez moments xD, but still proves a point in a very bold way.

JAB Creations said,
Anonymous and Wikileaks have my respect.

Wikileaks is clearly a threat to the communist jews as innocent people ARE the target of their racist genocidal war against western society; add attempted character assassination in to the mix such as the BS rape charges against the founder as one example or when someone points them out such as myself (notice none of the criticisms after this comment I'll receive for pointing out the jews have any actual weight (they're say racist or call names etc, it's so predictable)) though truth will always trump a lie. For those who aren't sure if what I'm saying has weight you can ID a jew by it's surname and you'll find that the ratio (they are only 1% of the American population) are VASTLY disproportionate in banking, media and politics.

let us round them up! ... oh wait, is this still neowin?

JAB Creations said,
Anonymous and Wikileaks have my respect.

Wikileaks is clearly a threat to the communist jews as innocent people ARE the target of their racist genocidal war against western society; add attempted character assassination in to the mix such as the BS rape charges against the founder as one example or when someone points them out such as myself (notice none of the criticisms after this comment I'll receive for pointing out the jews have any actual weight (they're say racist or call names etc, it's so predictable)) though truth will always trump a lie. For those who aren't sure if what I'm saying has weight you can ID a jew by it's surname and you'll find that the ratio (they are only 1% of the American population) are VASTLY disproportionate in banking, media and politics.

I think you'd be more at home in 1940's Germany to be honest

JAB Creations said,
Anonymous and Wikileaks have my respect.

Wikileaks is clearly a threat to the communist jews as innocent people ARE the target of their racist genocidal war against western society; add attempted character assassination in to the mix such as the BS rape charges against the founder as one example or when someone points them out such as myself (notice none of the criticisms after this comment I'll receive for pointing out the jews have any actual weight (they're say racist or call names etc, it's so predictable)) though truth will always trump a lie. For those who aren't sure if what I'm saying has weight you can ID a jew by it's surname and you'll find that the ratio (they are only 1% of the American population) are VASTLY disproportionate in banking, media and politics.

JAB Creations said,
Anonymous and Wikileaks have my respect.

Wikileaks is clearly a threat to the communist jews as innocent people ARE the target of their racist genocidal war against western society; add attempted character assassination in to the mix such as the BS rape charges against the founder as one example or when someone points them out such as myself (notice none of the criticisms after this comment I'll receive for pointing out the jews have any actual weight (they're say racist or call names etc, it's so predictable)) though truth will always trump a lie. For those who aren't sure if what I'm saying has weight you can ID a jew by it's surname and you'll find that the ratio (they are only 1% of the American population) are VASTLY disproportionate in banking, media and politics.

100% correct and easily provable but the sheep will continue to wear their blinders out of pure fear of rejection by this politically correct and depraved society.

Subject Delta said,

I think you'd be more at home in 1940's Germany to be honest

hahahahahhahhaaha best comment response ever!