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LadBible has broke down the details of Anonymous’s ‘anti-Isis day’, taking place on December 11.
Anyone is invited to take part in the piss-take of the jihadis and they’ve provided a few guidelines to enact the global troll operation.
When joining #OperationIsis, you can use all social media platforms to:
- Post mocking photos of Isis with the hashtag #Daesh and #Daeshbags
- Create memes of goats while mentioning members of Isis and talking about their wives
- Use hashtags that Isis members use so that they can see the mocking photos being tweeted
- Post photos of dead Isis members
- Find Isis accounts and out them to all of your friends asking to report
- Create mocking videos of Isis
Looking to make some action in real life? Anonymous has asked that you print any mocking photos of Isis and stick them up in places around your home town.
The hope behind the day dedicated to trolling Daesh is that they’ll see that we do not fear them nor what they stand for.
“You may be wondering why we are ‘trolling’ Isis and planning all these demonstrations against them. But to understand that you must first see how Isis works. They thrive off of fear they hope that by their actions they can silence all of us and get us to just lay low and hide in fear. But what many forget is that there are many more people in the world against them than for them,” they posted on Ghost Bin.
They go on to stress that we are stronger than ISIS, and actively opposing them could really make a difference: “On December 11th we will show them that we are not afraid, we will not just hide in fear, we are the majority and with our strength in numbers we can make a real difference. We will mock them for the idiots they are. We will show them what they really are, they do not stand for a religion, they do not stand for a god, they are brain washers teaching their propaganda against the “west”, when in reality they are just increasing the distance between countries by giving many a bad name. But we see behind their persona, we see them for who they really are.”