Ugh. I read the whole thing. Trying to justify being a parasitic tick living off the back of society by spouting a lot of fancy philosophical ideals. Do they actually think that being "guided by the ethics of the classic Greek philosophyers" translates to making a living by "spam and produce[ing] tools to facilitate the actions of Internet criminals".
I think their real reason for behaving they way they do is that they like making a living by being a high tech thief, and they rationalise this by deceiving themselves into believing that their actions are a strike back against those corporate fat cats who they believe are morally inferior to them - even though a lot of the impact of Internet crime and the annoyance of spam affects regular people and not the fat cats.
While I may have some issues with capatilism too, at least the fat cats help stimulate the economy and give people jobs. Apart from the money they "claim" to give to charities, what good does the antisec movement do for society exactly?