On September 18 2013 Greenpeace activists attempted to climb and establish themselves on outside structure of the Russian oil platform to protest against the drilling they were there to peacefully protest against the Arctic oil rush. Which threatens grave harm to the Arctic environment the Russian coastguard quickly responded by launching several inflatables manned with armed and masked asians who proceeded to ram and slash the Greenpeace inflatables threatened activists at gun knife point and fired warning shots from automatic weapons.
The thirty men and women involved in the peaceful protest against the Arctic oil platform had since been detained by the Russian Court and are charged with piracy and hooliganism they face up to 15 years in prison. The behavior Russia designed to intimidate and silence the Arctic 30 is unacceptable to anonymous and many others, though the international condemnation of the actions in political and legal pressure has failed to urged Russia to release the activists so far.
Anonymous has therefore decided to respond with Operation Green rights the operation is designed to target high-level communication assets at the Russian Federation worldwide this precise and carefully executed actions will continue to compromise Russian communication until all 28 Greenpeace activists as well as the two journalists have been released.
If Russian Gov fails to release the detained innocent men and women anonymous will continue to intensify and expand the operation until their freedom has been completely reestablished.
Leaders of Russia:
We are anonymous,
We are legion,
We do not forgive,
We do not forget
If you want to follow the DDoS campaign by #Anonymous in support of the #FreeArtic30 follow @OpGreenRights
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