Their masks may be quite creepy, their latest message even more so. Anonymous have given their opinion on the possibility of a Third World War.
The semi-organised hacking group (hacktivists) delivered the message in their typical hard-hitting fashion, with a computerised figure, wearing the infamous mask, speaking with a robotic voice (Microsoft SAM-esc).
In the video, the masked figure lists the recent geopolitical situations, mostly between the United States and North Korea, plus how other countries are dealing with the nervous times.
Japan (which obviously lies in between the land of the free and the land of anything but freedom), it states, are issuing warnings and instructions to its residents of what to do during a nuclear strike.
The groups arguments suggest a 'brutal and quick' war between the two countries but throw in that this will have repercussions for China, which will then result in World War Three.
"Watching, as each country moves strategic pieces into place," they say. "But unlike past world wars, although there will be ground troops, the battle is likely to be brutal fierce and quick. It will be also be devastating both on environmental and economical levels."
The video by Anonymous states that the Chinese will not want a war (and instead are asking the two verbally-warring states to negotiate), as it'll be economically devastating for them, but promote the Kim regime as it creates a buffer preventing the US from exerting it's influence fully over the Korean peninsula.
To stop this, Anonymous believe, China would potentially go to war, with Japan and Australia already preparing for such an outcome.
Anonymous, in the video, say: "The pragmatic Chinese, it seems, are losing their patience."
Credit: Anonymous Official
Finally, they chillingly conclude the video by telling us to brace for what may lie ahead. "Prepare for what comes next, we are anonymous, we are legion, we do not forgive, we do not forget, expect us."
This isn't the first message that Anonymous have sent in the direction of Donald Trump. Upon being elected as President of the United States, they compiled a video message asking for unity.
In that video, they told Trump: "This is your opportunity to make a difference and put peace above self-interests. To change and redesign the status quo."
But it's not all doom, gloom and mystery from the group. Earlier in 2017 they helped to take down over 10,000 hidden services on the dark web on sites which contained child pornography.