ANONYMOUS MILLION MASK MARCH WORLDWIDE – November 5th 2014

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Published on Oct 30, 2014

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The internet is one of the last truly free vessels that we the citizens have access to. We’ve stood as one against SOPA, PIPA, CISPA, ACTA, and the TPP. We’ll continue to stand as one against internet censorship! Op Nov 5 2014 will take place in over 150 cities world wide! The outcome relies on you.

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Anonymous Now: Million Mask March Descends on London

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Reuters/Andrew Winning

Reuters/Andrew Winning

 Organized by the global hacktivist group Anonymous, the London protest will march from Trafalgar Square and finish at the Houses of Parliament.The Million Mask March will course through London on Wednesday November 5. The march, in which all demonstrators obscure their faces to protect their identity, is in protest against austerity, mass surveillance and attacks on human rights.

It is unknown how many demonstrators will join the march, as pleas from police for information have remained unanswered.

In 2013 the event gathered crowds of more than 2,500. The Facebook event suggests over 6,000 people may attend this year.

AFP Photo/Will Oliver

AFP Photo/Will Oliver

Speaking to RT, an Anonymous source said the Million Mask March, a tradition began in 2011, was originally called OpVendetta, and initially only gathered a crowd of 50.

Within a year, the following had grown to 2,000, and in 2013 the decision was made to rename the march the “Million Mask March,” the source said.

In 2013, there were over 400 Anonymous demonstrations worldwide, held to coincide with the annual British tradition of Bonfire Night of November 5, the date on which a group of dissident plotters tried to blow up parliament in 1605. Attendants often wear a Guy Fawkes mask, made famous by the 2005 film V for Vendetta, which has become the group’s trademark disguise.

The global protests took place last year in various world cities including Vancouver, Tel Aviv, Dublin, Paris, Chicago and Sydney.

RT’s Anonymous source said: “It’s a night of grievance on a night that’s historically about parliament and how it’s not always working in the people’s interests.”

“We burn an effigy of Guy Fawkes on a fire each year as a warning against standing against parliament so we just felt it would be symbolic,” they added.

In the lead up to the march, Anonymous sent a direct message to global bodies of power.

“To oppressive governments, we say this: we do not expect our campaign to be completed in a short time frame. However, you will not prevail against the angry masses of the body politic.”

The message further addresses the British government, saying they have “made an enemy of Anonymous,” and that they have “angered them considerably.”

This annual protest against austerity comes after a wave of protests and strikes swept through the UK during September and October.

On October 12, National Health Service (NHS) workers staged a strike over an ongoing pay dispute. The four hour strike marked the first time in history in which nurses have taken strike action.

Three days later, on October 15, the Public Commercial Services union (PCS) walked out over a 1 percent pay rise cap – a pay cut in real terms. Some 200,000 public sector workers walked out for 24 hours, causing nationwide disruption to job centers, museums and courts.

More recently, police are alleged to have employed excessive violence against Occupy Democracy protesters in Parliament Square, forcibly removing tarpaulins and belongings and making over 40 arrests.

The Metropolitan Police say they wish to engage with Anonymous so they can“work together to ensure they can protest safely.”

Chief Superintendent Pippa Mills said they are trying to contact Anonymous, but“no one has come forward.”

“We are keen to talk with them to ensure they are able to protest; it is important that they talk to us so that we can work together to achieve a safe and successful event.”

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ANONYMOUS GLOBAL MILLION MASK MARCH NOV 5TH

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Members of the activist movement known as Anonymous are preparing to take to the streets around thw world in the second annual Million Mask March on 5 November.

To date 463 groups in towns and cities around the world have organised events to mark the Million Mask March on Wednesday, which coincides with Guy Fawkes Night.

The Guy Fawkes Mask has become an unofficial emblem of the online movement.

Last year hundreds of thousands of people took part in marches around the globe and just like the inaugural 2013 event, the Million Mask March on Wednesday aims “to shed light on corrupt government in order to set people free from oppression”.

Anonymous is not playing down the importance of the Million Mask March, dubbing it “the largest world protest by the most influential group in the world”.

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‘The Corrupt Fear Us!’ Massive Anonymous ‘Million Mask March’ as it happened (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

‘The Corrupt Fear Us!’ Massive Anonymous ‘Million Mask March’ as it happened (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Published time: November 06, 2013 15:18
Edited time: November 06, 2013 22:42

The Million Mask March is heading to the Capitol in Washington, D.C. (Image from twitter user‏@BatmanWI)The Million Mask March is heading to the Capitol in Washington, D.C. (Image from twitter user‏@BatmanWI)

Thousands of people worldwide joined Million Mask March rallies organized by the amorphous Anonymous movement. Rallies, both peaceful and confrontational, protested austerity, surveillance, corporate greed and corrupt governments.

In a mass demonstration of people power, crowds in 450 cities around the world filled the streets wearing Guy Fawkes masks.  “The corrupt fear us. The honest support us. The heroic join us” – under this motto protesters united in a global mass-march to deliver various messages.

From Sydney to Los Angeles, from Johannesburg to London – thousands came forward to make their voices heard. Among key ideas which virtually connected all different protests were anti-capitalist idealism and the rejection of NSA surveillance. Some rallies had a sense of carnival, where whole families with kids marched in protest, while other gatherings – like in London and Washington – turned more intense, with people not hiding their rage.

 

Images from twitter users@Slmztfn @kurtizz01 @ConvIntImages from twitter users@Slmztfn @kurtizz01 @ConvInt

 

RT’s Sara Firth, reporting from inside the march in central London, found herself in the thick of it – squeezed in between more than 1,000 protesters and large cordons of police.

Chanting “Here we come, Tory scum!” protesters smashed police barriers along their way from Parliament Square to Buckingham Palace, where some of the masked protesters even managed to climb on top of the palace gates and throw a firework at the palace itself.

 

A scene from outside Houses of Parliament, London. (Image from twitter user@TheBlogPirate)A scene from outside Houses of Parliament, London. (Image from twitter user@TheBlogPirate)

 

Among the crowds was comedian Russell Brand, a noted supporter of Anonymous and the Occupy movement, who was wearing an Anonymous mask on top of his head. Brand, who recently called for a“socialist, egalitarian” revolution in an interview with the BBC and called for people not to vote for any of the current mainstream UK political parties, was mobbed by enthusiastic supporters outside the Houses of Parliament. Some commentators have even suggested that Brand could lead the Anonymous group – a controversial concept, as the movement has prided itself on being leaderless and spontaneously organized from below.

 

Russel Brand (Image from twitter user@waleed_elhaddad)Russel Brand (Image from twitter user@waleed_elhaddad)

 

In an article Brand wrote for The Guardian hours before taking part in Tuesday’s demonstration, he insisted that he was not looking to lead a movement, but simply to participate.

“Luckily with organisations like them, Occupy, Anonymous and The People’s Assembly I don’t need to come with ideas, we can all participate,” Brand wrote. “I’m happy to be a part of the conversation, if more young people are talking about fracking instead of twerking we’re heading in the right direction.”

Separate UK protests coincided with the Million Mask March in London, with demonstrators rallying against growing austerity measures in the country. Britain’s Green Party called on anyone who is opposed to the “heartless” cuts instituted by Prime Minister David Cameron’s government to join in a rally on Westminster Bridge. Green Party spokesman Romayne Phoenix echoed many of the same complaints lobbed by Million Mask Marchers.

“This heartless government’s austerity measures have hurt the poor thirteen times harder than the rich,” he said. “They’ve slashed funding for vital public services, cut away the social safety net of benefits and seem determined to hammer the final nails in the coffin of the National Health service, an institution this country is proud of. At the same time they’ve let the banks ratchet up huge profits, allowed train operators to continue to rip-off customers and defended the energy companies whose soaring prices are forcing many people to choose between food and heating.”

As the evening wore on in London, protesters lit up the sky with fireworks – a traditional Guy Fawkes Day celebration – across the street from the Houses of Parliament, while some danced and at least one person held a banner in praise of RT host Max Keiser, who presents his cult, anti-bankster program from the city.

 

A protester wearing a Guy Fawkes mask stands in front of a line of riot police officers during a protest against budget cuts and energy prices in Westminster, central London, November 5, 2013. (Reuters / Andrew Winning)A protester wearing a Guy Fawkes mask stands in front of a line of riot police officers during a protest against budget cuts and energy prices in Westminster, central London, November 5, 2013. (Reuters / Andrew Winning)

 

While the London event was mostly about protesting government austerity measures, American activists had the NSA’s invasive surveillance methods near the top of the agenda.

Major crowds marched through Washington DC, claiming ownership of the streets they were passing.“Whose streets? Our Streets!” they were chanting, blasting against American inequality.

 

Demonstrators, including supporters of the group Anonymous, march in a protest against corrupt governments and corporations in front of the White House in Washington, DC, November 5, 2013, as part of a Million Mask March of similar rallies around the world on Guy Fawkes Day. (AFP Photo/Saul Loeb)Demonstrators, including supporters of the group Anonymous, march in a protest against corrupt governments and corporations in front of the White House in Washington, DC, November 5, 2013, as part of a Million Mask March of similar rallies around the world on Guy Fawkes Day. (AFP Photo/Saul Loeb)

 

The Washington rally began near the Washington Monument and several protesters were detained along the way for stepping off the sidewalk into the street. The marchers made a detour to the Federal Reserve building, chanting ‘End to Fed!’ but their final destination was the White House. The protesters spent several hours calling for Obama to step out and explain himself.

“Five years after the financial crisis and banks being bailed out, we’re still suffering. People are drowning in debt. We live in a country that is fundamentally unfair, we no longer have the rule of law,” a participant smartly dressed in an Anonymous mask, plus a suit and tie, told RT correspondent Gayane Chichakyan in front of the White House.

“From the NSA, to Edward Snowden, to Chelsea Manning, all over the world, people are speaking out, whistleblowers are speaking out, regular people are speaking out and saying enough is enough. We want justice and we want it now.” 

At the culmination of the event, protesters exercised their right to freedom of expression by burning the American flag – right in front of the White House, in a sight more usually associated with countries such as Iran or Pakistan.

 

Images from twitter users@apblake @OccupyWallStNYCImages from twitter users@apblake @OccupyWallStNYC

 

On the West Coast, crowds marched through downtown Los Angeles to show their solidarity with the movement. Many of them have links with the Occupy Wall Street movement, born two years ago. “If they won’t let us dream, we won’t let them sleep!” some of the placards promised, while others told it tell straight off: “It’s a good day for a revolution!”

South America also joined in the global protests. Several hundred protesters blocked off roads in Brazil’s central Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo, marching against government corruption.

“We want to change this corrupt system,” Eron Morales de Melo, a veteran protester dressed as Batman told AFP. “We are paying high taxes and this doesn’t get invested in education. We don’t have good healthcare, public security is precarious, as is public transport.”

 

A man disguised as super hero Batman takes part in a demonstration for the Guy Fawkes World Day in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on November 5, 2013. (AFP Photo/Christophe Simon)A man disguised as super hero Batman takes part in a demonstration for the Guy Fawkes World Day in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on November 5, 2013. (AFP Photo/Christophe Simon)

 

Hundreds protested in Australia’s Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.  One of the Australian rally participants told ABC News that the non-centralized nature of Anonymous made it difficult to pinpoint an exact message behind the global rally.

“There’s so much that goes on in our world, and with Anonymous, because there’s so many of us, it’s really hard to have an orderly or structured discussion, rally or march on one point. So it’s probably best that we just incorporate all of them.”

Australia itself has been targeted by Anonymous recently over reported spying on Indonesians. Hackers calling themselves Anonymous Indonesia defaced some 200 websites with the .au domain in a gesture of protest.

 

Protesters wearing Guy Fawkes masks display placards during a rally outside the House of Representatives in suburban Quezon city, north of Manila on November 5, 2013. (AFP Photo/Jay Directo)Protesters wearing Guy Fawkes masks display placards during a rally outside the House of Representatives in suburban Quezon city, north of Manila on November 5, 2013. (AFP Photo/Jay Directo)

 

Indonesia, meanwhile, also had a masked protest on Guy Fawkes Day. Anonymous Philippines marched to Batasang Pambansa complex Tuesday noon to protest rampant corruption in the country. Police officers briefly blocked the march after it gathered along Quezon City Circle, but later allowed them to proceed to the vicinity of the House of Representatives.

Several dozen demonstrators rallied at the Nelson Mandela Square, a popular shopping center in Johannesburg, South Africa, as part of the Million Mask March. According to the 2012 Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index, South Africa ranked 69th out of 176 countries. Organizers of the rally put corruption and tax fraud on top of their agenda.

In Japan, the Guy Fawkes-themed action had an environmental twist, as masked activists conscientiously made their contribution to cleaning the streets by picking up litter.

The global action on November 5 is Anonymous’ annual celebration of Guy Fawkes Day, a British holiday commemorating the most prominent member of the failed Gunpowder Plot, a 1605 attempt to assassinate King James I of England by blowing up the Houses of Parliament. The plotter and his facial likeness in particular have come to symbolize the fight against tyranny for the Anonymous hacking collective.

 

Demonstrators, including supporters of the group Anonymous, march in a protest against corrupt governments and corporations in front of the White House in Washington, DC, November 5, 2013, as part of a Million Mask March of similar rallies around the world on Guy Fawkes Day. (AFP Photo/Saul Loeb)Demonstrators, including supporters of the group Anonymous, march in a protest against corrupt governments and corporations in front of the White House in Washington, DC, November 5, 2013, as part of a Million Mask March of similar rallies around the world on Guy Fawkes Day. (AFP Photo/Saul Loeb)

 

 

 Police arrest a protestor during a march against corrupt governments and corporations organized by supporters of the group Anonymous, in front of the White House in Washington, DC, November 5, 2013, as part of a Million Mask March of similar rallies around the world on Guy Fawkes Day. (AFP Photo/Saul Loeb)Police arrest a protestor during a march against corrupt governments and corporations organized by supporters of the group Anonymous, in front of the White House in Washington, DC, November 5, 2013, as part of a Million Mask March of similar rallies around the world on Guy Fawkes Day. (AFP Photo/Saul Loeb)

 

 

A man wears Guy Fawkes mask taking part in a demonstration for the Guy Fawkes World Day in Mexico City on November 5, 2013 (AFP Photo/Yuri Cortez)

 

 

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Anonymous – It’s time to Unite!

Anonymous – It’s time to Unite!.

 

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Published on 14 May 2013

Greetings citizens of the world, the following is a very special message for all of humanity. Too long have we lived in fear, fear of greed, fear of corruption, fear of failure, fear that everything we’ve known turned out to be wrong.

No longer will we live in fear! It ends here and now, with you and me! We are brothers and sisters of humanity, the time has come for us to unite! We must forge a new beginning of peace and love, we must be the good we want to see in the world.

Humanity is still young, and for the first time ever in human history we have a real chance at true peace as a species. The internet has united us more than ever before, its time we use this gift to promote the unity of us all. Its time we stand up as a planet and declare we will no longer take part in a system based on fear, greed, corruption, and war.

Lets put everything into perspective for those of you that need more convincing, the United Sates alone has spent trillions of dollars on wars. War has claimed the lives of over 264 million people throughout the course of known human history, many of whom where civilians. Human progress has been halted by senseless wars.

While we fight amongst ourselves on Earth there’s an entire universe passing us by. There are an estimated 160 billion planets in our galaxy alone, many of which could potentially be home to carbon-based life as we know it. Stars go supernova, entire solar systems get destroyed, even whole galaxies collide while we argue and fight over small and pointless issues. We should be happy we have a planet to live on, not fighting over who owns the planet. In truth no individual or even an entire species owns it, because in truth all life on Earth owns this planet.

Someday soon humanity will venture to the stars, will we go into the unknown divided and fighting? Or will we say as one voice, as one species, “We the People of Earth, united as one, declare from this day fourth that no force, however big or small, shall ever divide the spirit of humanity again. United in our cause for peace, knowledge, and progress, we go forward into the unknown as brothers and sisters, as a species no longer divided by war, greed, corruption, and fear.”

The choice is yours to make, you are Anonymous, you are the future of Earth. You can either continue the wars and division of humanity, or you can try something new. You can give peace a chance, you can help secure a beautiful world of peace, knowledge, and progress for all generations to come.

You are Anonymous,
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You should Forgive,
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It’s time to Expect Yourself…

With your help, may one day the innocent never suffer and the brave never die, for on that day we’ll truly be free. United as one, divided by zero.

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