A threatening movie by anonymous — an international hacking collective — targeting Elon Musk, has garnered more than 20 lakh views in a couple of days of being submitted. “You might think you’re the smartest person on the planet, but now you have met your match.
We’re anonymous, we’re legion”, were the concluding remarks of this narrator. The reason? The internet-based team of team said they planned to target the Tesla and SpaceX CEO for affecting the cryptocurrency market much too often and readily throughout his tweets.
Shortly after the movie was released, people on the world wide web, especially on Twitter, wondered whether this message to Musk (watch video) was really from the infamous group.
@YourAnonNews, among the largest accounts of Anonymous, refused to release the movie and instead guided users to @BscAnon, yet another anonymous account with almost 15,000 followers.
“While we provide our many new #Crypto and #Bitcoin followers all the very best in their continuing spat with @ElonMusk, we believe the account you seek is @BscAnon. (who is not @YourAnonNews),” @YourAnonNews tweeted.
While we offer our many new #Crypto and #Bitcoin followers all the best in their ongoing spat with @ElonMusk – we believe the account you seek is @BscAnon .. (who is not @YourAnonNews) .. #YAN #BanksterGames pic.twitter.com/OO2MoVVqKo
— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) June 5, 2021
@BscAnon was the next to deny they had been supporting the”threats” to Musk. “This is not our movie to Elon Musk for the record,” @BscAnon tweeted.
That Is Not Our Video To Elon Musk for the record.
— Anonymous (@BscAnon) June 5, 2021
But a third Anonymous account, which goes by the name @YourAnonCentral, tweeted the YouTube link to the video message.
The account has 5.7 million followers on Twitter. “It seems your quest to save the planet is more rooted in a superiority and savior complex than it’s in real concern for humankind,” it said, quoting the narrator from the video.
#Anonymous Message to Elon Musk. (subtitles added)
"It appears that your quest to save the world is more rooted in a superiority & savior complex than it is in actual concern for humanity." cc: @elonmusk
— Anonymous (@YourAnonCentral) June 6, 2021
In its video, the anonymous seemed extremely miffed with Musk due to the power he wields within the cryptocurrency marketplace.”Reading the comments in your Twitter articles, it would appear that the matches you have played the crypto markets have ruined lives,” Anonymous said. ”
Millions of retail investors were really counting on their crypto gains to increase their own lives. This is something which you will never understand because you were born to the stolen wealth of a South African apartheid emerald mine and have no clue what battle is like for most of those working people in the world,” the group said addressing Musk.
It doesn't have to be from either in order to not be a spoof video. As others have said, they are not the voice of anon, they aren't some authority on anon matters. Anyone can be anon.
— Nathan Palmer (@IAmNathanPalmer) June 6, 2021
The team acknowledged that individuals who spent in crypto did that of their accord” however, your Tweets this week reveal a clear disregard for the average working individual.” As hardworking individuals have their dreams liquidated over your mood tantrums, you continue to mock them with memes from among the million-dollar mansions,” it said.
While no Anonymous account, barring @YourAnonCentral that shared the message on its own handle, has claimed responsibility, others pointed out that this doesn’t mean that the hacker’s collective isn’t involved, or won’t get involved.
Musk, a cryptocurrency enthusiast, tweets about the electronic assets almost on a daily basis and has referred to himself as”Dogefather” in the past. Of late, the billionaire has tweeted more and more about Dogecoin, the Shiba Inu dog-themed electronic currency that started as a meme joke.
Dogecoin price in India has jeopardized after endorsement by Musk and other actors.On Thursday, Musk once more made a cryptic tweet that many translated as the billionaire’s split with the cryptocurrency, which had a direct impact on Bitcoin cost in INR. The tweet contained the Bitcoin emblem and also a broken-heart emoji.