The video starts with an ominous warning "all the signs of a looming war on the Korean Peninsula are surfacing, watching each country move strategic pieces into place...."
"...the citizens will be the last to know."
Because I've never watched a whole Anonymous Video before, I have a lot of questions:
How does an anonymous hacktivist group have a certified YouTube page?
In the description of the video, Anonymous has lots of points of access-
Mask (Modern): http://amzn.to/1U9q8ol
Mask (White): http://amzn.to/1TrNree
Mask (Black & Gold): http://amzn.to/1U9qc83
Why is an anonymous hacktivist group the voice of reason?
They aren't saying we should go to war, they are warning of the chess pieces being moved into place for a potential war, so the citizens should demand their governments that we NOT go to war.
Do you get red flagged for buying an Anonymous T-Shirt?
I know if you search The Anarchist Cookbook online, you get your ass flagged by the government.
Are you really a member of Anonymous if you're running their online store?
Say you order an x-large t-shirt but get a small, I assume that they have a customer service representative you can talk to, I can't imagine he/she is anonymous.
I don't get the impression that these guys are Americans...
Even with the Stephan Hawking voice modulator, I get the clear impression that these guys are European.
I googled ex-Anonymous members and actually found a few.
I was wrong, some are Americans. Apparently when they run afoul of the law some are unmasked. Read an interesting article at the Huffington Post from 2013 of former members.
I was surprised at the ease I could access the Anonymous message.
For a loose collective of unknowns without a leader, their webpage was surprisingly easy to navigate.
For the Record: I am not in Anonymous
Some of the information in the video, I already knew. Which begs the question: How close to World War III are we, really? The Anonymous Video succeeded...in making me more nervous about world events.