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Anonymous Project Mayhem 2012 | Leak it ALL
Project Mayhem 2012 ‘Dangerous Ideas #1 and #2’:
Project Mayhem 2012 Tyler: http://pastebin.com/Wt15GXTn
TYLER forum discussion:
TYLER pad discussion:
You are Anonymous.
You are Project Mayhem 2012.
On the 10 days that go from 12-12-2012 to 12-21-2012,
the World will see an unprecedented amount of Corporate, Financial, Military and State leaks that will have been secretly gathered by millions of CONSCIENTIOUS citizens, vigilantes, whistle blowers and insiders worldwide, dormant cells of a global ‘Fight Club’ from all countries, patiently waiting for the time to SWARM the Egregor’s Consciousness in perfect synchrony.
iMAGIne YOU purchase a USB drive.
iMAGIne YOU take it to your work place.
iMAGIne YOU collect evidence of illegally and corruption.
iMAGIne together we leaK it ALL.
And you know it because TYLER knows it.
(This dude with the hat is, sadly, not one of them.)
The statue of Civil War Major General James McPherson, adorned with a Guy Fawkes mask, is seen in McPherson Square in Washington January 31, 2012. [REUTERS/Gary Cameron]
As if you needed another reason to be skeptical of a Harvard B-school grad running for president:
GAFFNEY, S.C. — More than two decades ago, Mitt Romney’s business venture came to town with a bounty of highly anticipated manufacturing jobs. The new plant, just past the gas station off Interstate 85, needed skilled workers to churn out thousands of photo albums.
Four years later, the Holson Burns Group Inc. — the company controlled by Romney’s Bain Capital LLC — closed the factory and laid off about 150 workers. Some jobs were sent north, where months later many of those were also eliminated. Other operations went overseas.
But Bain walked away with millions in profits…
— “As Romney’s Firm Profited in SC, Jobs Disappeared.” A must-read.
It’s proved impossible for me to get this shot of former Philadelphia Police Cpt. Ray Lewis being arrested, published anywhere. I was adamantly rebuffed by the Philadelphia Inquirer, NYT, local NY papers, and Newsweek, before even looking at the photograph. One of the only published photos of this paradoxical and intense event is located here at the NYC Observer:
Glad this photo saw the light of day.