You might not agree with their methods but they have hit this right on the head in the video below. Huff Post also has an interview with a relatively new member of Anonymous that is really brief, but informative nonetheless.
via Huff Post
Anonymous was going after the Federal Reserve. Even for a group that essentially set off a series of attacks that brought the multinational giant Sony to its knees in April, this seemed like awfully big prey. Yet if you doubt the group’s ability to do damage to a powerful adversary, you probably don’t realize that it’s already landed big blows against some pretty sizable opponents – to begin with, Sony, and MasterCard, and Iran. Or that its members recently broke into the website of HBGary, an internet security firm whose CEO threatened to out Anonymous members, and published 50,000 internal emails and the CEO’s social security number, humiliating him into resigning from the company.
As astute observers will point out, the news of Anonymous’ declaration of war against the Federal Reserve actually arrived on Saturday, when the group posted a YouTube video that opened with a clip of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke reassuring a journalist that he had the problem of the growing gap between rich and poor “under control.” This clip was followed by a voice-over manifesto against the bank, accompanied by a series of title cards and delivered in the voice of a robot as might be imagined by a director of 1980s B-movies.