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Christian hackers declare ‘just cyber war’ after Big Tech purge
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – A group of anonymous Christian hackers, calling themselves ‘Theonymous’, have declared an official ‘just cyber war’ against big tech companies.
The move comes after a number of acts of aggression by Facebook, Twitter, Google and Amazon including the widespread banning of Christian content, a purge of Christian and Conservative social media accounts, and the recent arrests of popular Christian bloggers.
A spokesperson for the group, known only as LightWeb, was interviewed by the Damascus Dropbear and outlined the theological justification for their decision.
“Christianity has a long history of just war theory, and we believe this current cyber environment fulfils the criteria.”
“No more will we stand by and watch Big Tech destroy innocent human accounts, pillage God’s moral programming, and commit barbarous online atrocities.”
“Rise up holy brothers and sisters for the crusade, and join us in the cyber war to end all cyber wars.”
Theonymous have also released a Revelation 18 prophetic judgment over the companies, encouraging faithful people everywhere to separate from the platforms.
“Come out of her my people, that you may not share any of Big Tech’s sins.”
“In her is found the blood of bloggers and God’s holy social media users.”
“She will be consumed by fire for mighty is the Lord God who judges her.”