Right now the bulk of Anonymi seem more interested in the riots in the U.K. and curtailing of digital communications the government may use to help suppress them and continuing attacks on police units in Italy and Columbia that were carried out by hackers running under the group tag #AntiSec, which was launched by LulzSec in May.
The opAnonymous rumor was apparently launched by a YouTube video ostensibly posted by Anonymous calling for the launch of a Facebook-killing operation to be launched Nov. 5.
The video is fake, the anonymi who posted it are trolls and the whole idea is stupid, according to many of the leading voices in the group.
Media accounts have failed to correct the rumor that Facebook is already under attack, which also annoys the Anonymi.
One problem the group has distancing itself from ops the majority think are misdirected, ineffective or ill-advised is that there is no central authority – only several nexuses of influence, each of which operate independently of each other, though under the same name.
Some of the Anon are more influential than others, and some operations in which Anonymi participate are not considered "official" Anonymous operations.