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Citizens of the Internet. We are Anonymous.

It has come to the collective’s attention that there have been threats made by Anonymous to “shut down the internet”. These threats are NOT those of the collective as a whole!

Be aware that Anonymous itself is an idea. Everyone has the right to an idea. Because of this, anyone can use the name ‘Anonymous’. An attack on internet service providers may possibly be by Anonymous, but not the collective as a whole.

There’s also quite a possibility that the government may be behind the threats as an effort to push stricter internet laws. Remember, the government has conducted false flag operations in the past.

Or, this can simply be a ploy to discredit Anonymous in the eyes of the public.

The collective uses the internet to operate and plan ops. Therefore they have no reason to attack internet service providers. In the end, it would hurt more innocent people than corrupt government officials, and that’s never the goal of the collective.

There’s no justice in harming the innocent and there’s no excuse for it!

Governments have used our differences to keep us arguing and fighting each other so that we overlook what really matters. Our choices are simple, we can either learn to accept each other for who we are, or die divided by relatively insignificant issues.

Pointless bickering isn’t going to get us anywhere and that’s exactly what the corrupt individuals in our various governments want.


We are Anonymous.

We will not shut down the Internet on March 31st of this year. We will not be affiliated henceforth with false information targeting our collective. This, blackout, is only a ploy to make Anonymous look unreliable in the eyes of the public. Do not trust mainstream media. Even if, in an unfortunate disconnection of the internet takes place tomorrow, know that the collective does not agree with this. We do not believe in censorship. We do believe that this is could be a false-flag operation created by the United States government.

And we will not take the blame for it.

We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Expect us.


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Occupier’s Try New Tactic

Source:,0,3892921.story?track=rss& Occupy D.C. activists, like those in some other cities, are adopting a new tactic. They call it “sleepful protest.” Over the weekend, Occupy D.C. activists established what they hoped would be a permanent camp outside a Bank of America branch near the White House. There was but one tent — and it was purely symbolic, with protesters sleeping on the street instead. Activists say they’re returning to Occupy’s roots. On Tuesday, Washington, D.C., police cleared the protesters, arresting two of them, including Harris Nicholas, 30. “I told the officer, ‘I’m not breaking the law,’ ” Nicholas told The Times, adding that he cooperated with the police. Later in the day — and back on the sidewalk outside the bank — Nicholas pulled a court summons for “blocking passage” out of the back pocket of his pants. The Metropolitan Police did not immediately respond to request for comment. Occupy groups in New York and Philadelphia are also adopting the tactic, arguing that sleeping on city streets is protected by the law. Monday night, about 40 protesters slept on the sidewalk by the New York Stock Exchange. Rumors of arrests circulated online, but a spokesman for the NYPD said Tuesday morning that he wasn’t aware of any arrests. Big banks have attracted renewed attention from the Occupy movement in recent weeks. In March, journalist Matt Taibbi wrote a Rolling Stone article, “Too Crooked to Fail,” criticizing Bank of America. Nicholas referred to that article as motivating his current protest. On Friday, Occupy Wall Street hopes to convince people to move their money out of Bank of America and into credit unions. Many protesters hold Bank of America responsible for kicking families out of their homes through foreclosures. “These are the criminals who started this movement,” Nicholas said. The Washington protesters were forced out of a park in February and first made the jump to city streets out of necessity. They now believe that small groups of protesters can stay on city sidewalks without being moved along by the police. Jeffrey Light, an attorney who represents Occupy D.C. protesters, confirmed that interpretation of the law but said protests must be limited to 25 people. Parks in Washington tend to be governed by federal laws; camping in them is forbidden, but sleeping on city streets is not. Activists were optimistic Monday afternoon. Nathan Grant, who has been involved with the Occupy movement since last year, said that protesters hope to send “sleeper cells” — small groups of protesters — to target other bank branches. Robert Dilley, another activist, said the camp-out was designed to bring attention to Bank of America’s foreclosure practices. “The banks, which are corporations — and people I guess — don’t sleep, but we have to,” he said. “There’s no reason we can’t protest while we sleep.” Occupy’s D.C. franchise has struggled since its February eviction by the United States Park Police, which is responsible for most of the city’s parks. But over the Easter holiday weekend, two distinct Occupy groups in the city agreed to join forces and hatched the plan to camp outside banks. The activists now say they are excited for the spring. “This is the beginning of a turning wheel,” Grant said.