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Stop TTIP!

Dear friends,

One year ago who could have foreseen that opposition to mega murky free trade agreements would see the birth of a global movement; mobilising tens of thousands of people onto the streets around the world? Well that’s what happened first on 11 October 2014 and again just now on 18 April 2015!

From places as diverse as Hawaii to Argentina, the USA, Europe, Senegal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Japan, Korea and even Fiji, citizens in 46 countries or across 5 continents expressed a vehement, creative and insisting no
to TPP, TTIP, CETA and their siblings.

In Europe alone tens of thousands of people marched in Madrid, Munich, Paris, Vienna and many other cities. Globally 734 actions were organized and roughly 650 of them took place in Europe. Compared to the global day of action in October, the number of events increased, as did the number of participating countries.

On 18 April citizens and volunteers collected thousands of signatures for the Stop TTIP ECI. Between 8-10 June the European parliament will vote on a TTIP-resolution and it would be both; great and important if we could reach our target of two million signatures by the time of the vote.

And apropos gathering momentum: thank you for supporting the Giant Pencil Tour! Your generous donations have turned the idea into reality! Two Giant Pencils are ready for action and on their way to Romania and Danemark where they will premier on 1 May! At the time of writing the pencils have been booked in several countries with more reservations on their way. We also received a great amount of invitations to take one of the Giant Pencils to your home town and at various summer events. As we plan each tour we will visit as many as possible and will report back to you via our blog-space and social media.

Thank you for your support and
Best wishes,
Your Stop TTIP campaign team
(Michael Efler, Stephanie Roth and Cornelia Reetz)

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Protests against TTIP in Spain

Global Day of Action… and Inspiration!

On April 18th, Europe felt more united. Citizens all over Europe organized in hundreds of activities, flooded the squares of their cities to send a common and clear message to European politicians: No more trade agreements at the expenses of the environment and human rights!

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The Giant Stop TTIP Pencil

Ready, steady & go for the Giant Stop TTIP Pencil!

Your support and response for the giant pencil has been incredible: it turned the idea into reality! Your generous donations have come to cover 25 percent of the entire project budget; so we decided to go for it and do it! Hurrahhh here comes the giant StopTTIP Pencil!

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The European Parliament

European Parliament to vote on a TTIP resolution

The European Parliament is currently working on a resolution on TTIP. A vote in the plenary assembly is scheduled for early June. And although it will be considered a non-binding decision, it could have important implications for the TTIP negotiations. On the table are a multitude of hot issues such as public services, data flow, labour rights, regulatory cooperation…

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#ChargeSheet #Mugshot | Chris Dodd – CEO of #MPAA – and master of #Copywrong

Booking_Chris_DoddJ’accuse Christopher John “Chris” Dodd, born May 27, 1944! Former senator and CEO of the #MPAA.

You stand before us accused of being an Enemy of Humanity and all things good. We will now read the charges. You are accused of the following:

  • Inciting, aiding and abetting corruption
  • Taking part in the US Financial loan controversy, including subprime mortgage crisis that lead to the federal takeover of Fannie Mae in 2008
  • Subverting democracies around the world by pushing laws that the voters in their countries have had no say in
  • Creating censorship across the world
  • Paying state prosecutors to attack Google, when what they should be doing is serving the people that elected them
  • Using your political position to facilitate bonuses to corporate friends, namely the AIG federal assistance and bonuses controversy
  • Meddling in Free Trade Negotiations
  • Having a connection to insider trading, namely the Irish Cottage controversy
  • Perpetual greed – by stealing from content creators around the world
  • Creating a system of world wide mass surveillance
  • For extortion of poor people globally by way of copywrong notices
  • For pressuring the FBI to lie about the #SonyHack “North Korea did it!”
  • pirate-flagPutting kids in jail for sharing culture
  • For being a two faced SOB – saying one thing in public and another during FTA negotiations
  • For ddozing the country of Sweden after the #SonyHack and the #TPB take down, disrupting all business and personal comms
  • For trying to silence the “free press” using scare tactics

How do you plead, *sir*? and remember —>
(Just know that you can plead as much as you want, it is too late to expect us!)

Further evidence:

#GuardiansOfPeace #Anonymous #AnonPirates #PirateSec #TheScene #TheWorld #Pirates #Occupy #TPB #FileSharers #Wikileaks

About trolls, newbloods and continuous drama – draining all of us

pirate-flagHere is @ro0ted with an important message to The Collective

Excerpt: “We do not wish to engage in this childish manner. We choose to keep the peace even though after I post this we will be attacked by trolls who will say we lost. Let me BE very clear we didn’t lose anything. The government is probably sitting behind a desk laughing at us. They want Anonymous to fight with each other. They want us to destroy each other.”

[ posted /wo explicit permission from not one word has been changed ]


#ro0ted #OpNewblood Our response to the drama you’ve had to witness /w @sagehack @Samurai_Lucy

My thoughts on the drama our readers have had to witness in these past few days
As an Anonymous Collective “Cyber Guerrilla AnonNexus” we work with many different activists/hacktivists and other organizations around the world. We are all trying to help mankind in unique methods. These are my thoughts about this drama concerning Lucy and her friends trying to make us look like a bad collective.

Fact is we don’t care who likes us or who dislikes us as Collective. I was wrong not to post her update on her tutorial concerning Jabber. I am not saying this as a coward. I can very well play her game. She runs to accounts on twitter with big followers. If I wanted to make a cyber war, I could easily run to our allies which are Redhack, Anonymous Worldwide, DPS (Dead Protocol Society) LulzSec, Sector404, n01d (n0 1dentity), The Unknowns, Cult of a deadc0w, PLF (Peoples Liberation Front), ex UGNazi and so on.

We do not wish to engage in this childish manner. We choose to keep the peace even though after I post this we will be attacked by trolls who will say we lost. Let me BE very clear we didn’t lose anything. The government is probably sitting behind a desk laughing at us. They want Anonymous to fight with each other. They want us to destroy each other.

If we wanted to we can easily datamine Pastebin and post Lucy’s true identity. As many people know detailed information on the poster is saved on the servers even for non registered users. We have been DM’d by big accounts saying he/she said this also with information on several people that would most definitely hurt them if this intel got out. We have intel from both sides in this situation but I do not wish to engage in this lil high school kid fight. You can say whatever you want about me but don’t disrespect our collective. Cyber Guerrilla has and will continue to help the activist movement. We are more than a website. We are no different from you.

We fight the same battle as you do. We do not wish to fight other Anons. By continuing to fight each other we are doing the governments work. We will not fall as a collective or a movement in the Anonymous culture. We ask our friends to stand down. Let the trolls have their fun.

I apologize about me not updating your tutorial Lucy but that’s as far as I will say sorry because I don’t really care how you think of me as a person. I will not change my opinion on the tutorial. #OpNewblood has enough basic tutorials #OpNewblood has became so repetitive with the same info in different words. It’s basically a lost n found for learning how to use Jabber, IRC, DDoS/DoS, Dox’ing, etc. It’s to the point where I can’t even browse that hashtag because it makes me want to vomit on how repetitive it has became.

We are spoon feeding the new bloods the same shit on a daily basis. We should strive to hand them unique content. It’s true you and I like different topics but instead of fighting each other; we should make our education a drug to the reader; we should strive to keep them addicted. It’s true all new comers start somewhere, however that doesn’t mean they should stay there. In society, college courses tell us it takes months to learn some of these topics, that’s bullshit our readers have learned how to Reverse Engineer among other topics in just 1 week. It isn’t about what we have taught and/or gone over in the past; Fuck the past, it’s dead anyways. It’s about what we are teaching NOW.

I know you have done much for beginners but even the novice evolve into advance users. I agree with you not everyone knows SSH/SSL techniques but I disagree about my tuts being too advanced. You never know who’s behind the computer screen. We apologize to our readers who have had to witness this kid drama. No one asked me to post this if anything they wanted to expire your online presence.

I don’t see what that would accomplish. You can keep talking trash but we won’t engage into it. We have better things to do. We have brothers in AnonInsiders such as @Sagehack which is good friends with members in our Collective. We don’t wish to start a war with them just because one of them supports you. That’s all I have to say.
Afterall Anonymous is just 1 big dysfunctional family; there will be fights. People will disagree. That’s just how life is.

As humans we are given two options agree or disagree. This isn’t a communist movement where everyone must agree. You are entitled to your own opinion people may disagree but no one can change your opinion. That’s the beauty of mankind. We all see things in a different light. We all contribute in different styles. We are the new architects, thinkers, artists, etc. of this age. Being apart of the Anonymous movement is extraordinary; we are making history brothers and sisters. Forget what you read about in school as a kid. They are going to write about our movement one day in text-books. All secrets will be revealed. All censorships will fall. All dictatorships will collapse. We are the new era. We are Anonymous.
– ro0ted
I did not, nor will I ever take part in this drama. This is simply posted because it has quite a few really important messages in it. – Ray

“A Modest Memory” by Alex Freeman of The Fifth Column • April 25, 2015

TFCThe chair of the senate finance committee sits alone in a large hall of the Dirksen Senate Office Building.  Why are we meeting in here?  He scratched his head, nervously.  Tall double doors opened, and the US Trade Representative, Director of the FBI and Secretary of Homeland Security walked into the hall.

Originally published here

“Senator, we have a problem,” the trade representative told him. “We’ve been compromised.”

The Senator, sitting in one of the side chairs of the dais, reserved for the less senior committee members, looked incredulously at the three men. “Compromised? Compromised how?”

The FBI Director hung his head, and spoke gravely. “All digital copies of the Agreement on Global Trade have been deleted. We’ve been hacked, Sir.”

The Senator, in his early 80s, rose slowly. In a show of reinvigorated youth, he grabbed a nearby chair and hurled it at the three men before him. “What the hell do we pay you for? All copies? Gone? How?”

The Secretary explained, “Sir, a coordinated attack emerging from over 20 countries yesterday, May 1 at 11pm eastern time, infiltrated the servers of your offices and mine, as well as the servers of every single participant in the negotiations. A Trojan was uploaded to each server. It contained a worm that destroyed all data pertaining to the agreement. The five years of work in negotiations has been destroyed.”
“This is why we need a cloud space,” the Senator said. “I told you we needed cloud storage for this. Who is responsible?”

“Not who, sir,” said the Director of the FBI. “What. That what is Anonymous, and probably several other terrorist groups.”

“Do they have copies?”

“We don’t know sir. A video on youtube has just been released claiming responsibility for the attack, but no further details. They say in the video that we were warned, and that they would not stand by while we implemented a globalist agenda.”

“There are over 1000 people involved in these negotiations. How big of an army did they use and why the hell didn’t you know about it? Isn’t this why we have the NSA and GCHQ?”

“We are estimating that over 2000 people participated in the hack, sir, between research, coordination, organization and implementation. The NSA has been unable to track the communications. We don’t know yet how they were able to coordinate the attack and get around our digital defenses. We’ve backtracked the youtube video to a new account created off a burner phone, but the phone appears to have been rooted and running through multiple VPNs. We can’t secure an exact location, as the phone seems to have been destroyed.”

“Did any of our partners break the rules and print off a copy? Please tell me that someone broke the rules. Tell me we have a hard copy.”

“Yes, we have backups. But the message is clear sir. If we pursue this further, the video says the attacks will escalate. The people are speaking.”

“These aren’t people! They are terrorists! I’ll have the President issue an executive order to search and destroy these digital insurgents. In the meantime, find a digital backup and reissue to all of our partners on the cloud. They will not defeat us. Economic globalization is happening, and I won’t see our government and corporations left on the sidelines while the rest of the world advances!”

The lights in the committee chamber darkened. The audio system came on, and, at full volume, a computerized voice delivered a message to the four men. “Gentlemen, and we use this term loosely, your conspiracy against the people of the world through this and other trade agreements has been found. Your crimes against humanity are now known. Senator, we have your email to the Prime Minister of Japan stating explicitly that he will be very handsomely rewarded for his quid pro quo cooperation during the austerity period. Director, we have your request to and answer from the President granting you immunity for certain extrajudicial acts carried out in the name of securing and policing this agreement. Secretary, we have the voicemail you left for the General, advising him to have his command ready to institute martial law when this trade agreement goes into effect. And to the Trade Representative, we even have your call with your priest asking for plenary forgiveness for your greed, and facilitation of greed at the expense of the masses. To answer your question, yes, we have retained a copy of the agreement and are analyzing it now. Your full crimes will be enumerated in time. The crimes of each participant will be enumerated in time. Enjoy your last few days of freedom. The internet police have now arrested you. We are everywhere. We are everyone. We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. You should have Expected us.”

The audio went silent, and the lights in the chamber turned back on.

The Secretary of Homeland Security, pale and pallid, said, “They finally declared war on us.”

“We are always declaring war on them,” the trade representative replied. “Did you think that they would remain silent forever?”

“I thought the FBI dismantled Anonymous,” said the Senator.

“With all due respect, Sir,” began the Director. “You can’t dismantle an idea, at least that’s what these terrorists claim.”
pirate-flagThe Secretary agreed. “We took out a few, and 100 stepped in to fill each void. Pirate groups have formed a coalition with Anonymous, it seems. We aren’t fighting one internet army, Sir. We are fighting an army of individuals at once connected and disconnected. They are calling themselves Guardians of Peace. They are uniting against us.”

“Who cares what they call themselves. Shut down the damn internet,” the Senator screamed.

“We can’t sir. Many are operating off of dark nets. To turn off the internet would do more harm to us than them.”

The Senator sat back down and scratched his head. “Gentlemen, let’s go wake the President and the Joint Chiefs.”

—————————————————————————————————————-Published with the concent of The Fifth Column 2015
Author: Alex Freeman –