Press Release: Activists Launch Campaign for Resistance Mobile Response Unit

Not Part Of Your System

For Release: September 30, 2015

Let’s get together and Hack the Planet!

Activists combining independent journalism and helping hands will break free from stationary constraints to serve as a nomadic support system for groups nationwide.

The Resistance Mobile Response Unit Project!

Activists, including Fifth Column journalist Alex Freeman are initiating a campaigns to raise funds towards the purchase of a mobile command center, the Resistance Mobile Response Unit.

The purpose of this unit will be to promote sustainable agriculture, energy, and community building as well as to facilitate on the ground, direct coverage of events as they occur, from a trusted independent news outlet.

Freeman and other activists plan to lend direct support to activists in need of transportation as well as communities in need of support to care for the homeless develop enclaves for off the grid living, in between protest and event stops.

The Press Release states:

“Having a movement is one thing. But the problem with movements is that most people don’t move. The Resistance Mobile Response Unit will take steps to move many movements forward with real alternatives and solutions to the social problems that we all face daily.

MRUAs the reach of the global police and surveillance state and corporatocracy continues to extend and permeate all aspects of living, these activists decided that more can be achieved to reestablish respect for individual liberty through the acquisition of a low cost RV. Itself a model for a possible solution to many of the major issues angering activists across the country, the Resistance Mobile Response Unit will be able to further unite local activist groups by strengthening the networks of solidarity and communication between them with more secure methods of communication than exist online.

In order to demonstrate this solidarity, the Resistance Mobile Response Unit will feature the signatures of groups it works with to achieve law enforcement and political accountability locally, as well as corporate and political accountability nationally. Already endorsed by The Fifth Column News, The Pontiac Tribune, The Free Thought Project, Unite Ohio, Awakened Cincinnatians, Houston Free Thinkers, The Chicago Anonymous and the Coffee Party USA, Freeman anticipates this idea will inspire many across the country.

“This is going to revolutionize activism, the way we connect and the way we communicate,” said Jeremy Deeter of Unite Ohio.

One member of the III% Militia expressed “so much like” for the idea.

Several others in Colorado, Texas, Ohio, Oregon and New Hampshire have expressed a desire to follow suit, making this campaign a beta-test for nomadic activists in the internet age.

When asked about comparisons to the Anon Mobile project, Freeman laughs, “Well this one certainly won’t be funded by the government!”

With more composure he adds:
“This campaign isn’t about one group or one person’s name. We flood the phones of Congress. We flood social media. We flood the streets in protest, but little changes. We can’t wait for someone to change how we live breathe and operate for us [SIC]. If we are going to regain control of our lives, and take back the power, the freedom and the rights that have been and are being stolen from us, then we have to have a workable solution. We have to reduce our consumption and increase our production sustainably. And I don’t mean producing Nike’s or IPhones. I mean natural foods, clean energies, and cooperative communities. If you look at how much remains in a consumer society, versus how much remains in a society built around supporting each other, it’s amazing how much is available when we share with each other and give where we can. The thing about helping people is that there is always more to pay forward than ever received.”

Freeman is optimistic that the goal of $7,500 can be reached relatively quickly. “Small contributions add up quickly. It takes fewer than 500 people to reach that goal if those few chipped in 15 or 20 bucks.” He also states that by going through, supporters can assist one time only, monthly or towards specific projects within the idea.

As for the renovations, the Resistance Mobile Response Unit will become a moving billboard for activist and community groups, as well as trusted independent media outlets, powered in small part by solar cells and in large part by the love of communities and individuals the world over. If ultimately successful, the renovations to the Resistance Mobile Response Unit will pale in comparison to the renovations done to rebuild American communities and societies without a police state, surveillance state, or corporatocracy, not by attacking it head on, but by proving that there is another way.”

Supporters of the Resistance Mobile Response Unit Project can contribute on the YouCaring site, and follow its progress and travels on Facebook.

Alternatively we ask you to visit Patreon to support the project.



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Press Release modified by Kitty Hundal.

Activists on Fast Track to #StopFastTrack | The Fifth Column

via Activists on Fast Track to #StopFastTrack | The Fifth Column.

Raymond Johansen, international coordinator for the Norway Chapter of the Pirate Party and advisory board member of FreeAnons, is part of the global movement connected by social media and the internet to oppose FTAs.  He points to the strength of a “network of connections on all continents” that will put an end to the trade deals that primarily benefit multinational corporations.

Profile pix largeI see international trade agreements as a form of economic imperialism where the large economies, such as the US, gets too much power and render democracies in our countries obsolete. From the standpoint of a European citizen and as a strong supporter of transparency I especially dislike the TPP. I also find it incredible that the US people are not more worried about what TPP will mean for them.

The Sony hack and the line between transparency and retribution – The Washington Post

read it here The Sony hack and the line between transparency and retribution – The Washington Post.

“But while the leaks are fundamentally different, there is a better question Apatow might have posed: how do we define the difference between a leak that offers us transparency, and one that feels more like retribution?”

The concept of transparency is simple, if governments practice it – we as a people – will be able to spot misuse of power, corruption and safeguard our democracy. When transparency becomes just a word, a smokescreen, and governments around the world use it as well as the alleged need for secrecy to keep us in the dark, something has to be done.

Hacking: The Transparency Grenade
Hacking, whistleblowing and journalism are very effective tools in this regard. That is why we call it #EnforcedTransparency.

#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