#ILoveAnonymous Trending Worldwide In Support Of Hacktivist GroupBy: Zach Walton - March 25, 2012
Anonymous has always been a group that loves to get a lot of attention for their actions. They have hacked churches to make a statement, but to also get the attention. They got the bad kind of attention when members of LulzSec were arrested, but that didn’t get them down. Twitter is the latest conquest that sees the hashtag #ILoveAnonymous trending worldwide.
Twitter trends are finicky and don’t last very long. If you can get a trend to last for 10 minutes, then it’s a mind blowing success. Anonymous has kept #ILoveAnonymous trending for over an hour now. They moved from the US to a worldwide trend. While some of the tweets are jokes and attacks on the group, most are in support of the hacktivist group.
The Tweets keep flooding in and show no signs of stopping. I started writing this five minutes ago and there are 250 new tweets. If that’s not a massive trend, I don’t know what is. Here are some of our favorites:
#ILoveAnonymous trending and see how far it really goes — Get ur own message out or RT someone else’s!TODAY’S MISSION: Lets get
#ILoveAnonymous because only they tell the ugly truth.
#ILoveAnonymous because they are legion, because they do not forgive, because they do not forget, I love them because you can expect them.
#ILoveAnonymous because you can organize protests with Anonymous.
#ILoveAnonymous because it takes on evil governments & corporations. It encourages education & action against injustice. Now I have a voice.
#ILoveAnonymous because when I had no one else to turn to they listened
#ILoveAnonymous we invented LOLcats, Kicked Xenu’s ass, Make teh best cak3, Won the Internet with over 9000 l33t haxors & FIRING MAH LAZAR!
#ILoveAnonymous because is all of us & none of us – Anonymous is ageless, raceless sexless, timeless, genderless, w/out religion & ethnicity
#ILoveAnonymous because we kill servers, not people!
#ILoveAnonymous because unlike the government, they don’t kill people in the pursuit of freedom and justice.