In a statement, the hacktivists named it as The Humanity Party (THumP), and have registered it as an official party in the US. They reported that they will not use “the tactics of fear and intimidation” that the current system allows to flourish.
A masked spokesperson in their video said: “These destructive and threatening means have never worked to unite the people. The use of Anonymous for revolution and change must also be accompanied by the proper solutions for the change that we expect.”
Anonymous admitted that, in the past, they were a “loosely associated international network” with no defined philosophies or goals. Its aim now is to create a “one-world government” and establish a constitution that champions fundamental human rights to housing, security, food and water, health care and education.
Though they aren’t taking donations because they fear the corruption of money, they hope to spread their message across all social media.