I'm with Fenriz here but I see Chessnut's point, which I'm going to translate as: it would be cool to have this kind of mass-meme activity.
The problem is, as Fenriz points out, that such mass-memes only come about through finding a convenient target and attacking it, not constructive activity.
People want to blame any external thing like government instead of looking inward to see where we as people fail.
So we blame Australia for censorship when our real problem is so many lies truth is buried, and that most people don't want truth but want entertainment; two halves of the same cycle.
I can't imagine Anonymous getting their brains around even that relatively simple thought.
So Chessnut, yes, I agree with you: it'd be great if we had something like this.
But yes, Fenriz, I agree with you: in order to do that, we'd have to become part of The Crowd and that's definitely not what ANUS is about!