Anonymous Takes On Pedophile Websites, Causes Massive Outages

Believe it or not, a “holiday” just passed you by and you didn’t even realize it.

There are dozens of websites where disturbing pictures and videos of underage girls and boys are frequently posted, and that are used to distribute and encourage child pornography and the victimization of kids. There are also websites like the one for NAMBLA (North American Man Boy Love Association – and no, we’re not putting a hyperlink to that here) which encourage these kinds of things.

April 25 is a whispered “holiday” among pedophiles, also known as “Pedophile Pride Day” (I seriously wish I was kidding about that).

It’s also when Anonymous decided to attempt to get them offline or at least disturb their traffic, as a sign to pedophiles who use the Internet to victimize children that they are being watched.

Was it successful? Yes. The NAMBLA site was taken down, as well as many others, by using various methods. It’s not a permanent takedown, unfortunately, but at least it calls attention to this extremely unsavory underbelly of the Internet.

Greetings World,

We are Anonymous.

April is child abuse awareness month, and coincidentally it is also a month in which child rapists, molesters and abusers celebrate a particular holiday. On April 25th, Abusers worldwide celebrate the holiday Alice Day, named after Alice Liddell and, “Alice In Wonderland”, originally Pedophile Pride Day.

We call upon all Anonymous Operatives to come forward and march with us as legion. To deface and cause chaos within the pedophile networks.

We Are Anonymous,

We are legion,

We do not forgive,

We do not forget,

Expect us!


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