nah, it's cool bro. What I was saying wasn't about the anonymous groups, but rather the individuals. A couple examples come to mind, but when you're supposed to be anonymous, stay anonymous.
Homer Simpson as Mr. X is a perfect example. He basically did the same thing as Anonymous
, which is exposing the hidden truth to the public.http://cdn.static.ovimg.com/episode/55706.jpg
Another common problem in Anonymous is all the people who want recognition. A dumb example comes to mind: Agent T (Patrick Warburton)
in Men in Black 2 joined MiB because he wanted to be viewed by the public as a hero, but MiB cannot operate with people who do things for recognition (the public cannot know!).http://www.wearysloth.com/Gallery/ActorsW/21125.gif
In an organization that's against the government itself, you don't want them to know who/where you are.