While shells and interceptor missiles started flying between Israel and Gaza, Anonymous did what it does best: swore vengeance against a superpower. It had some swagger at first. But as the days go by, we’re seeing a weak, confused Anon, not a group of internet freedom fighters.
This was probably inevitable. As rockets fly back and forth between Israel and Gaza, Israeli infantry morale seems… a little too high?
We’ve seen NATO bicker with the Taliban, and even had Libyan rebels call in airstrikes in under 140 characters, but this has to be a first: Israel has announced its latest military offensive with a single tweet.