Leader of the rebellion who Sabotaged the rebellion

While rallying the troops, for what was to be considered a David v. Goliath type battle, the leader is captured and taken behind enemy lines where, he becomes a turncoat and agrees to help in the fight against his own legions of warriors. Sounds like the summary of a work of fiction right? Well it’s not it’s the recent escapades of Hector Xavier Monsegur aka “Sabu” or anonymouSabu, who was arrested or “vanned” by the FBI and quickly agreed to work with them and provide intelligence on other LulzSec and Anonymous hackers. The entire time that Hector “Sabu” was rallying the troops and causing chaos, and turmoil on the the internet, “hacking” FBI related companies and gathering information on his friends and passing it along to the FBI, what was he promised exactly? Who knows, it was good enough for him to turn against everything that he believed in, and the people who called him a friend and those who looked up to his ideals of breaking the system down once piece at a time, during that entire time of preaching how he’s not a snitch and how snitch’s should be dealt with

Pot calling Kettle Black

Here is another fine example of Sabu’s hypocrisy

Maybe he was sending a message not to trust what he says? Maybe it was still a rouse to throw people off?  We may never know, how long til Sabu gets a book deal? Welfare Dad/Anonymous/LulzSec hacker spends 5 years in prison and writes a book and makes a 6 digit income? I have an idea for the title “Sabu my Life as the world most notorious Snitch”, I find this all VERY entertaining I wonder how long till he resurfaces.

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People…

This post has nothing to do with the Tech World. I have been thinking about how fake we as a people are, and how we try to deceive everyone around us, how we can’t be honest with ourselves or others, until we are forced into recognizing the hard truths. By that point in time is it too late? Do we push back who we are to the point that we won’t let anyone in? Let people see who we are on the inside? Why do we choose to only see what we want to see? Why can’t we see the truth before it’s smashed across our face like a sledgehammer? I think that we choose it to be that way because it is easier to live in ignorant bliss than make the tough choices in life that sometimes needs to be made. When the truth is presented to you by an outside source, do you run from it? Do you push it away? Is it forgotten and stowed away from our sight? That is all for now.

KARNAJ