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'Anonymous' names Saturday a global day of protest to defend free speech

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posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 05:45 PM
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There is a listing of towns and cities where protests are taking place, but that won't be comprehensive. Just follow the link and check it out.
And don't be worried about there only being three or four confirmed as attending. Those are only the ones who are registered members, and usually one person brings another ten.
One of the Anon protests against the cult was expected to draw about 15 protesters, but when all the videos started to appear it was obvious that those 15 had become more like 150.

Remember, Anonymous is everyone. There is no club, no organization, no sites to join.




posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 05:51 PM
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Thanks that really helped out

But why is it that the only rallies I ever hear about here in new york are scientology rallies



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 05:57 PM
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Open letter to the Department of Justice
To Whom It May Concern

We are regretful of your actions to attempt to retrieve information from Twitter about the account belonging to "Wikileaks", as by doing so you are attempting to remove the anonymity of the poster and by extension, their right to speech. We are confused as to why you have brought such a subpoena against Twitter, as there is little information you will gain from these details, leaving comments and observations on the world are to our understanding; not a criminal offence

Is this not the same type of action that you, DOJ, find reprehensible in other countries? How do you justify the same action in the US? No crime has been committed yet you assume that the populace at large will just "roll over" as always and allow this intrusion.

The time has come for the people of the world to take an active part in governing their own lives and freedoms. The world must become aware that its freedoms are in jeopardy. Today, Twitter, tomorrow, what? Recent events have shown that people are becoming tired of being treated this way. Why push an unwinnable confrontation when working for the same goal is always more productive (learn from history).

The US Government expressed concern over the Tunisian Government's actions when they attacked protesters' Facebook accounts. Is there a difference here? They attack and you use the "law" (loosely defined) to in essence do the same thing. What's the possible difference? Your motives are the same.

Yours Faithfully

Anonymous
We do not forgive. We do not forget.

If like myself you have subscribed to Wikileaks on Twitter, It is your information that "they" want!



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 06:14 PM
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I started a topic on this earlier today. www.abovetopsecret.com...

I found their video to be a very good one. I just wished that people would have heard about this sooner than the day before it took place in my case. The first I heard of it was today. In the thread I started I was trying to find out more info on anon and who they were. Coming and reading this thread, I have found all my answers...



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 06:26 PM
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Originally posted by kennylee
I started a topic on this earlier today. www.abovetopsecret.com...

I found their video to be a very good one. I just wished that people would have heard about this sooner than the day before it took place in my case. The first I heard of it was today. In the thread I started I was trying to find out more info on anon and who they were. Coming and reading this thread, I have found all my answers...


I'm glad you found the thread useful. And I'm with you, it would seem to make more sense if there was more warning. But maybe they want the element of surprise. I have thought about it, and that seems like the only sensible explanation for the short notice. That, or incompetence, which can't be ruled out either.



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 06:46 PM
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Thank You for the Heads Up!
Haven't had my eye on what's going on since the French took over 4Chan, been busy lately and i'd have missed that if you haden't posted here



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 10:14 AM
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This is the only article I found in a follow up, on Examiner.com.

It seems a protest will be held in downtown San Diego today.



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