Sadly, I can....
... say this easily.
I am not, to the best of my knowledge, personally likely to suffer retaliation for any expressed view.
Even more sadly, there is indeed logic to the view that Anonymous should keep their keyboard fingers to themselves and their mouths shut. It is logical, it is reasonable, and it is an excellent way of ensuring that those who do not just threaten but are seen to inflict violence and fatality take ownership of their society.
It is a logic that has been ignored by those who, in any specific situation, will inevitably be called freedom or resistance fighters by those with one view, and terrorists or criminals by those with another.
I do not express, condone or support either name in this specific case, or in respect of Anonymous in general. I do, however, remember Edmund Bourke. Not the somewhat disputed matter of evil, and it's victory through the inaction of those good (though that would be valid), but more:
"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle."
Of course, once more, the definition of 'good' seems to depend more on both the face of the coin set uppermost, and the hands giving and receiving that very coin more than any absolute reckoning.