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Anonymous Calls for Worldwide Wave of Action #www

Via: Anonymous The modern paradigm may still seem insurmountable “because it possesses an outward front, the work of a long past, but is in reality an edifice crumbling to ruin and destined to fall in at the first storm.” — … Continue reading

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Jeremy Hammond Speaks Out on FBI Entrapment

By Sparrow Media and Jeremy Hammond Nov 15, ’13 12:01 PM [NEW YORK, NY] Jeremy Hammond, a 28-year-old political activist, was sentenced today to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to participating in the Anonymous hack into the computers … Continue reading

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Remember, Remember, the 5th of November

In honor of Guy Fawkes Day I’d like to bring attention to a few intriguing statements from Alan Moore (writer of the graphic novel V for Vendetta) on the connections between his fictions and reality from an interview he did … Continue reading

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A Bad Week For U.S. Diplomacy

Granted, most weeks are bad weeks for U.S. diplomacy, but this week was particularly rocky because it marked the 68th session of the U.N. General Assembly. On Tuesday, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff pulled no punches in a speech highlighting how … Continue reading

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