Anonymous Retaliates: Massive Information dump released on Senators who Passed NDAA

This year’s National Defense Authorization Act passed quickly through the Senate and as expected President Obama signed the bill. 86 Senators in a bipartisan move, signed off on this controversial bill, which opens the door to invasive acts against Americans.  Almost everyone has felt the effect of Anonymous’ presence online and off and now, the 86 Senators will feel their ubiquitous presence as well.

 

The collective activist group just released a massive dump of information, which begins with, “Robert J. Portman is a Republican Senator from the state of Ohio. He has made himself a target as an advocate of the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act), but we are truly disturbed by the ludicrous $272,853 he received from special interest groups supporting the NDAA bill that authorizes the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens on U.S. soil. Robert J. Portman, we plan to make an example of you.”

 

Also included in the dump are Twitter accounts for each Senator who use the social site. Feel free to tweet your grievances:

@senjohnbarrasso @senronjohnson @senrockefeller @sen_joemanchin @pattymurray @us_sen_cantwell @markwarner @senatorleahy @orrinhatch @kaybaileyhutch @senalexander @senbobcorker @johnthune @senronjohnson @grahamblo @senwhitehouse @sentoomey @senbobcasey @jiminhofe @robportman @sensherrodbrown @senjohnhoeven @kayhagan @senschumer @sengillibrand @tomudall @SenatorMenendez @senatorlautenberg @jeanneshaheen @senatorayotte @senatorreid @deanheller @mike_johanns @senbennelson @clairecmc @rogerwicker @stabenow @sencarllevin @johnkerry @scottbrownma @senatorsnowe @senatorcollins @davidvitter @senlandrieu @mcconnellpress @moranforkansas @senatorlugar @sendancoats @senatorkirk @daniel_inouye @senatorakaka @senatorisakson @saxby08 @senbillnelson @chriscoons @senatorcarper @joelieberman @senblumenthal @markudall @mbennet @barbaraboxer @johnboozman @senjohnmccain @lisamurkowski @senatorbigich @senshelbypress @senatorsessions @johncornyn @marcorubio @chuckgrassley @senatorburr

 

In addition, look over the information, which includes, home phone numbers, cell numbers, family members, addresses, websites, contributors, promises made, promises broken, as well as a ton of other interesting tidbits – go see for yourself before SOPA gets pissed off. 

Update:

To give credit where credit is due, a faction of Anonymous (or cell) were the geniuses behind this revealing dump of information on our hypocritical politicians. You can follow them on Twitter and/or here as well as here.

Bravo @doxcak3 and cabincr3w !

Big thanks to RemainAn0nymous.org 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jessica-Naomi/1643508752 Jessica Naomi

    but NDAA was DINObama’s idea so why didn’t Anonymous dump him

    • http://twitter.com/OtakuOtoko Joe Leonard

      Huh? McCain (R) of Arizona and Levin (D) of Michigan came up with it and wrote it…

      • BDix420

        Yeah but Obama is the one that signed it into law, so he should be slaughtered brutally….

        • Anonymous

          Yes, death threats on the President of the United States are always a good idea.

          Obama could’ve asked for all money in the world to be put into his bank account, but that doesn’t mean anything if the Congress says “no.” But Congress didn’t say “no” here; they didn’t even say “yes”: they said “OH FUCK YES”

        • Aname

          He had no choice — a veto would be overridden since they had enough votes.

          • Yggithalatyr

            But it would have at least been a symbolic show of dissent. Instead he put his seal of approval on this horrible bill, making it law with his own hand.

          • john

            They did not have 2/3rd in the house a veto could not have been over ridden..

          • Anonymous

            He could’ve vetoed it and that would have sent the message to the people of this country that he did not agree with this bill.
            Oh and Obama had threatened to veto it only because the original bill had the language that American citizens were not included as those who can be detained indefinitely without charge. He demanded that American Citizens could be held indefinitely so if you peeps are supporting Obama, don’t. He doesn’t deserve your support.

            Oh and here’s a video of Sen Levin discussing that provision that Obama wanted in the bill…

            http://youtu.be/q6ARkiJM2bA

          • Anonymous

            That is incorrect estetika. Senate Republicans wanted to include American Citizens. The President threatened to veto it So Senate Democrats removed that. But HE STILL HASN”T SIGNED IT YET.

            Please do some reading.

            http://pleasecutthecrap.typepad.com/main/2011/12/indefinitedetentionbs.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+PleaseCutTheCrap+%28Please+Cut+the+Crap!%29

          • Anonymous

            Mark, did you watch the video I posted? If not, you should and you should listen what Sen Levin says. Also, the senate didn’t remove that. If so, why did Franken & 5 others switch their votes from yays to nays when it came to the final version of the bill? I’ll tell you why…because it was the same evil bill! Oh and Obama’s advisors have said that he will sign it.

        • Anonymous

          National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 has so far not been signed by President Obama and so far is not the law.

      • Anonymous

        McCain (R) of Arizona and Levin (D) of Michigan came up with the amendment to National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 that relates to the issue of so-called “indefinite detention.”

    • TimfromLA

      NDAA has been around since we had a military or some form of it. Obama’s exposure is fine, but ultimately, it’s the Congress, all 193 members of the Republican Party and 93 Democrats who control the purse string…they determine where your money goes.

    • TimfromLA

      Again Jessica, instead of going back and forth, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yex7ZIqHv2Q watch and go to thomhartmann.com. When you have a question, like NDAA, Google Thom Hartmann NDAA

      • Mr Robj89

        And I just got a tweet 2 hrs ago about the troops have left the war and are coming home, you people do realize that the army and marines are on standby to handle OWS PROTESTERS RIGHT? Would be nice if I had a group just as dangerous and as large as the. NWO, i would have every last one shot in the head, EVERYONE WHO EVEN HAD PART OF THIS CATASTROPGE GOING against us Americans, troubled times are coming at us fast folks… I’m really worried for our lives, we’re at the point of no return, my advice to all and OWS, if you do t want to become FEMA food, LOCK AND LOOAD, it’s downhill from here, take care of yourselves…..

        • Mvwindsor

          This is crazy. Our soldiers would never turn their guns on American citizens, especially not after risking their lives for us overseas…. trust me, I have several veteran friends and veteran family members. And guess what, most of them are fed up with the bail-outs and corruption and being used as meat in the endless meat grinder of our wars and are voting for Ron Paul in 2012. And even if I wasn’t very familiar with the military, I’d still know that this sort of paranoia defies all logic. Did you realize that Ron Paul is the candidate with the most support and backing from our soldiers? Probably not, because the media doesn’t report it. Anyways, the fact that we are “bringing the troops home” is also why we’re starting a war with Iran and opening various other new bases around the world. We’ve got to put all those bodies and all that equipment somewhere… certainly can’t have them coming home to a job market like this. It would flood the terrible job market even more than it is right now…. And then they have to deal with a bunch of angry vets who are trained as killing machines milling around who can’t find the jobs and the prosperous society that the Establishment promised them… the America that the Establishment told them they were fighting for… And if these soft target suits aren’t shitting their pants by now, they outta be… either that, or buying islands with a lifetime’s supply of food storage.

          • Cotatikid

            The oft repeated propaganda that the US Army, etc., are “risking their lives for us overseas” is an obvious lie!

            They are being slaughtered, and slaughtering innocents, for the 1%.

            We citizens of the USA gain nothing from all of these wars “fought in our names”, absolutely zilch! Never have, never will…

            The military/industrial complex corporations are making record profits manufacturing munitions, etc. for the USA empire and it’s costly maintenance in a world that is throwing off the shackles of colonialism, and “neocolonialism”.

            Hoping these soldiers, even though horribly exploited, will stop being mercenaries for the 1% when ordered to round-up, incarcerate, torture, and murder those of us who aren’t “drinking the kool-aid” is wishful thinking, I am afraid.

            All through history, and around the world today, there are examples of soldiers being used to oppress and brutally murder their compatriots.

            Never forget Kent State, James Rector, even JFK, RFK & MLK…

          • Satyrblue

            F**k you… I signed and served and support my brothers and sisters in the forces. We are doing our job. I also remember my OATH… to protect and defend america and the constitution of the united states against all enemies foreign and DOMESTIC. Don’t slander the ones who would protect you. Many of these men and women will NOT allow this to happen, it is not why we joined. Many of the service members joined to protect what makes this country great. Our freedom and rights as guaranteed by the constitution and the Bill of rights. One national gaurd member is allready facing military court for refusing to even consider firing on fellow americans…. his whole company followed suit and they will make an example out of him. We service members and ex-service members will not stand for this. We are the 99%… we do not forget… We do not forgive

          • Cotatikid

            I am going to ignore your uncalled for, and rude, pejorative, Satyrblue, because I can!

            I do hope you are correct about how our military troops will stand-down, mutiny or revolt when the orders are given to round-up, incarcerate, torture and murder those of us who are outspoken. Patriots across the political spectrum, with critical thinking skills, are primary targets for the forces of ignorance. Particularly those who dare to tell the truth about the deadly terrorism the USA inflicts on innocents at home, and abroad. Sharing information about the crumbling empire our fate is inexorably tied to, is also dangerous.

            I wonder how the issue arose of a National Guard soldier saying that they were unwilling to participate in “firing on fellow americans(sic)”? In what context? At some time were they queried as to their willingness to shoot their fellow Americans? Do you have any links or other corroboration of this story, like names or units? I don’t doubt it although I hadn’t heard anything like this being reported before.

          • Mvwindsor

            How dare you glamorize your own “martyrdom” when all you do is type your dissent from the comfort of a laptop in your warm home, probably sitting on a couch with a cup of coffee by your side. How dare you belittle death and true martyrdom, when soldiers who take the oath have to be willing to stare Death straight in the face on a daily basis, and conquer it. You’ve never been on a combat field where your head is a constant target for bullets…. that’s right, REAL BULLETS AND BOMBS, not hypothetical govt conspiracies to lock up whiny sissy intellectuals with pens in hand. And guess what, I vehemently disagree with our foreign policy and am voting Ron Paul for 2012 so that our troops don’t have to put their lives at risk for less-than-worthy causes. But F*CK YOU for claiming to be a martyr…. ass…

          • Anonymous

            true martyrdom is when you stare death in the face for less-than-worthy causes?

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gains-Wayne/100001225639329 Gains Wayne
          • Zumatribe

            I’m an activist not a hacktivist. Anonymous videos are inspiring but it’s about time to wreck some databases like Monsanto research.. it;s the only way to take out GMO’s. If i knew how , i’d do it & not give a crap about getting killed for it.At least the next generation won’t be mutants. As for all this bullcrap talk, well They can and will charge marshall law like they did in hawaii in WW2… when they come for me they’ll meet my friends Colt & Wesson. Peace brothers!

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000042630524 Facebook User

            Don’t be so sure. I made a comment about taking my oath of enlistment seriously as it pertains to upholding and defending the constitution, and received a private message from an active duty Marine who said he would not hesitate to shoot me if given the order, for my involvement in OWS protests.

          • Mvwindsor

            Yeah, but traitors are the minority. Most soldiers do not join the military because they want to be shot at and have a high likelihood of getting killed. Because it’s one of the most difficult jobs on the planet, most do it for patriotism and higher order meaning and beliefs. Also, ranking plays a very large role in who is likely to become a traitor. The higher up an officer is, the more he has to lose as far as personal profit and gain…. luckily high ranking officers are in the minority, and your salt-of-the-earth types who come from working class backgrounds are in the majority…. Also luckily, psychopaths as a percentage of the general population also happens to be exceptionally low.

          • Maurywh

            As far as our govt. not firing on it’s own people, I refer you to the bombarding of N.Y.C. (3 days). The underprivileged refused the Civil War draft. They rioted etc. and were slaughtered by Union Troops.

          • Pattyaitch

            Yep~~~remember Kent state?

          • Tim

            I support Anonymous, but the Pac and financial information is public information, or would be soon. opensecrets.org and other sites give this information out. The private info is another story.

          • Mvwindsor

            Kent State is not the same as mass roundup and genocide of one’s own people. Such comparisons are ludicrous. The number of dissidents in America today is simply far too large to be able to either shoot them all or lock them up. The FEMA camp conspiracies are hilariously loony…. you obviously don’t have a head for logistical thinking if you believe that an orderly mass roundup of American citizens would even be feasible… if attempted, it would result in sheer anarchy, not a controlled police state.

          • Mvwindsor

            stop listening to Alex Jones and conspiracies about the lizard race trying to take over the world already. Yes, there are bad people out to get us everyday. No, they are not around every corner, simply waiting in the wings to sink their fangs into you – as was their vast and evil plan for many a millennia… my god, is this what Americans have sunk to? time to turn off the boob tube and stop melting our brains with cheap entertainment and loony toons conspiracies… Every time I watch the History Chanel they’re showing some “documentary” about the Hitler-Alien-Nostradamus-New Age conspiracy and/or return of the ancient aliens to save the human race in 2012… Suffice it to say that television and mainstream media have destroyed the average American’s capacity for rational, organized thinking.

          • Cotatikid

            Your absolutely loony response to my post(s), earlier in this thread, doesn’t inspire much confidence in your abilities when it relates to “rational, organized thinking”. Martyr? Me? I never claimed to be a martyr! If you can’t respond on point, then why bother?

      • Mr Robj89

        And I just got a tweet 2 hrs ago about the troops have left the war and are coming home, you people do realize that the army and marines are on standby to handle OWS PROTESTERS RIGHT? Would be nice if I had a group just as dangerous and as large as the. NWO, i would have every last one shot in the head, EVERYONE WHO EVEN HAD PART OF THIS CATASTROPGE GOING against us Americans, troubled times are coming at us fast folks… I’m really worried for our lives, we’re at the point of no return, my advice to all and OWS, if you do t want to become FEMA food, LOCK AND LOOAD, it’s downhill from here, take care of yourselves…..

        • Mvwindsor

          This is crazy. Our soldiers would never turn their guns on American citizens, especially not after risking their lives for us overseas…. trust me, I have several veteran friends and veteran family members. And guess what, most of them are fed up with the bail-outs and corruption and being used as meat in the endless meat grinder of our wars and are voting for Ron Paul in 2012. And even if I wasn’t very familiar with the military, I’d still know that this sort of paranoia defies all logic. Did you realize that Ron Paul is the candidate with the most support and backing from our soldiers? Probably not, because the media doesn’t report it. Anyways, the fact that we are “bringing the troops home” is also why we’re starting a war with Iran and opening various other new bases around the world. We’ve got to put all those bodies and all that equipment somewhere… certainly can’t have them coming home to a job market like this. It would flood the terrible job market even more than it is right now…. And then they have to deal with a bunch of angry vets who are trained as killing machines milling around who can’t find the jobs and the prosperous society that the Establishment promised them… the America that the Establishment told them they were fighting for… And if these soft target suits aren’t shitting their pants by now, they outta be… either that, or buying islands with a lifetime’s supply of food storage.

          • Cotatikid

            The oft repeated propaganda that the US Army, etc., are “risking their lives for us overseas” is an obvious lie!

            They are being slaughtered, and slaughtering innocents, for the 1%.

            We citizens of the USA gain nothing from all of these wars “fought in our names”, absolutely zilch! Never have, never will…

            The military/industrial complex corporations are making record profits manufacturing munitions, etc. for the USA empire and it’s costly maintenance in a world that is throwing off the shackles of colonialism, and “neocolonialism”.

            Hoping these soldiers, even though horribly exploited, will stop being mercenaries for the 1% when ordered to round-up, incarcerate, torture, and murder those of us who aren’t “drinking the kool-aid” is wishful thinking, I am afraid.

            All through history, and around the world today, there are examples of soldiers being used to oppress and brutally murder their compatriots.

            Never forget Kent State, James Rector, even JFK, RFK & MLK…

          • Satyrblue

            F**k you… I signed and served and support my brothers and sisters in the forces. We are doing our job. I also remember my OATH… to protect and defend america and the constitution of the united states against all enemies foreign and DOMESTIC. Don’t slander the ones who would protect you. Many of these men and women will NOT allow this to happen, it is not why we joined. Many of the service members joined to protect what makes this country great. Our freedom and rights as guaranteed by the constitution and the Bill of rights. One national gaurd member is allready facing military court for refusing to even consider firing on fellow americans…. his whole company followed suit and they will make an example out of him. We service members and ex-service members will not stand for this. We are the 99%… we do not forget… We do not forgive

          • Cotatikid

            I am going to ignore your uncalled for, and rude, pejorative, Satyrblue, because I can!

            I do hope you are correct about how our military troops will stand-down, mutiny or revolt when the orders are given to round-up, incarcerate, torture and murder those of us who are outspoken. Patriots across the political spectrum, with critical thinking skills, are primary targets for the forces of ignorance. Particularly those who dare to tell the truth about the deadly terrorism the USA inflicts on innocents at home, and abroad. Sharing information about the crumbling empire our fate is inexorably tied to, is also dangerous.

            I wonder how the issue arose of a National Guard soldier saying that they were unwilling to participate in “firing on fellow americans(sic)”? In what context? At some time were they queried as to their willingness to shoot their fellow Americans? Do you have any links or other corroboration of this story, like names or units? I don’t doubt it although I hadn’t heard anything like this being reported before.

          • Mvwindsor

            How dare you glamorize your own “martyrdom” when all you do is type your dissent from the comfort of a laptop in your warm home, probably sitting on a couch with a cup of coffee by your side. How dare you belittle death and true martyrdom, when soldiers who take the oath have to be willing to stare Death straight in the face on a daily basis, and conquer it. You’ve never been on a combat field where your head is a constant target for bullets…. that’s right, REAL BULLETS AND BOMBS, not hypothetical govt conspiracies to lock up whiny sissy intellectuals with pens in hand. And guess what, I vehemently disagree with our foreign policy and am voting Ron Paul for 2012 so that our troops don’t have to put their lives at risk for less-than-worthy causes. But F*CK YOU for claiming to be a martyr…. ass…

          • splinterfoot

            true martyrdom is when you stare death in the face for less-than-worthy causes?

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gains-Wayne/100001225639329 Gains Wayne
          • Zumatribe

            I’m an activist not a hacktivist. Anonymous videos are inspiring but it’s about time to wreck some databases like Monsanto research.. it;s the only way to take out GMO’s. If i knew how , i’d do it & not give a crap about getting killed for it.At least the next generation won’t be mutants. As for all this bullcrap talk, well They can and will charge marshall law like they did in hawaii in WW2… when they come for me they’ll meet my friends Colt & Wesson. Peace brothers!

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000042630524 Facebook User

            Don’t be so sure. I made a comment about taking my oath of enlistment seriously as it pertains to upholding and defending the constitution, and received a private message from an active duty Marine who said he would not hesitate to shoot me if given the order, for my involvement in OWS protests.

          • Mvwindsor

            Yeah, but traitors are the minority. Most soldiers do not join the military because they want to be shot at and have a high likelihood of getting killed. Because it’s one of the most difficult jobs on the planet, most do it for patriotism and higher order meaning and beliefs. Also, ranking plays a very large role in who is likely to become a traitor. The higher up an officer is, the more he has to lose as far as personal profit and gain…. luckily high ranking officers are in the minority, and your salt-of-the-earth types who come from working class backgrounds are in the majority…. Also luckily, psychopaths as a percentage of the general population also happens to be exceptionally low.

          • Maurywh

            As far as our govt. not firing on it’s own people, I refer you to the bombarding of N.Y.C. (3 days). The underprivileged refused the Civil War draft. They rioted etc. and were slaughtered by Union Troops.

          • Pattyaitch

            Yep~~~remember Kent state?

          • Mvwindsor

            Kent State is not the same as mass roundup and genocide of one’s own people. Such comparisons are ludicrous. The number of dissidents in America today is simply far too large to be able to either shoot them all or lock them up. The FEMA camp conspiracies are hilariously loony…. you obviously don’t have a head for logistical thinking if you believe that an orderly mass roundup of American citizens would even be feasible… if attempted, it would result in sheer anarchy, not a controlled police state.

          • Mvwindsor

            stop listening to Alex Jones and conspiracies about the lizard race trying to take over the world already. Yes, there are bad people out to get us everyday. No, they are not around every corner, simply waiting in the wings to sink their fangs into you – as was their vast and evil plan for many a millennia… my god, is this what Americans have sunk to? time to turn off the boob tube and stop melting our brains with cheap entertainment and loony toons conspiracies… Every time I watch the History Chanel they’re showing some “documentary” about the Hitler-Alien-Nostradamus-New Age conspiracy and/or return of the ancient aliens to save the human race in 2012… Suffice it to say that television and mainstream media have destroyed the average American’s capacity for rational, organized thinking.

          • Cotatikid

            Your absolutely loony response to my post(s), earlier in this thread, doesn’t inspire much confidence in your abilities when it relates to “rational, organized thinking”. Martyr? Me? I never claimed to be a martyr! If you can’t respond on point, then why bother?

    • Mark_mnc1

      If anyone wants to trace this back this all started with not only the Patriot Act of 2001 but the U.S. Military Commissions Act back then. Unfortunately, very few Americans seen to not care much about habeas corpus and the entire due process system abolished and a totalitarian government can now, LEGALLY, kidnap people, send them to wherever, and do whatever to them. Im guessing most Americans wouldnt even know or care if and when it happens to people they know.

      • Xander Arena

        From my research, this began before the patriot act. FEMA’s mandate essentially allowed all sorts of internment camps and social reorganization, based on national emergency.

      • Freedom Bell

        Habeas Corpus was ended by the AEDPA of 1996. Since then, state and federal courts have ingnored the habeas corpus part of the federal and state constitutions for American citizens. Our courts are corrupt.

    • Anonymous

      NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012) was not President Obama’s idea. It is a bill that passes through congress every couple of years ti fund the military. It is usually introduced by a member of the House of Representatives. If it passes there, the Senate passes a version. At that point, the president can either sign it into law or veto it. National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 has so far not been signed by President Obama and so far is not the law.

      • Anonymous

        NDAA doesn’t have a provision every year authorizing US troops to act against US citizens on US soil and it doesn’t normally include provisions for turning US Citizens over to military custody and for indefinite detentions.

        • Anonymous

          This one doesn’t either. I challenge you to find the language in it that says it does.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jessica-Naomi/1643508752 Jessica Naomi

    but NDAA was DINObama’s idea so why didn’t Anonymous dump him

    • http://twitter.com/OtakuOtoko Swifty

      Huh? McCain (R) of Arizona and Levin (D) of Michigan came up with it and wrote it…

      • BDix420

        Yeah but Obama is the one that signed it into law, so he should be slaughtered brutally….

        • Anonymous

          Yes, death threats on the President of the United States are always a good idea.

          Obama could’ve asked for all money in the world to be put into his bank account, but that doesn’t mean anything if the Congress says “no.” But Congress didn’t say “no” here; they didn’t even say “yes”: they said “OH FUCK YES”

        • Aname

          He had no choice — a veto would be overridden since they had enough votes.

          • Yggithalatyr

            But it would have at least been a symbolic show of dissent. Instead he put his seal of approval on this horrible bill, making it law with his own hand.

          • john

            They did not have 2/3rd in the house a veto could not have been over ridden..

          • estetika

            He could’ve vetoed it and that would have sent the message to the people of this country that he did not agree with this bill.
            Oh and Obama had threatened to veto it only because the original bill had the language that American citizens were not included as those who can be detained indefinitely without charge. He demanded that American Citizens could be held indefinitely so if you peeps are supporting Obama, don’t. He doesn’t deserve your support.

            Oh and here’s a video of Sen Levin discussing that provision that Obama wanted in the bill…

            http://youtu.be/q6ARkiJM2bA

          • http://markhalfmoon.blogspot.com/view/sidebar Mark Halfmoon

            That is incorrect estetika. Senate Republicans wanted to include American Citizens. The President threatened to veto it So Senate Democrats removed that. But HE STILL HASN”T SIGNED IT YET.

            Please do some reading.

            http://pleasecutthecrap.typepad.com/main/2011/12/indefinitedetentionbs.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+PleaseCutTheCrap+%28Please+Cut+the+Crap!%29

          • estetika

            Mark, did you watch the video I posted? If not, you should and you should listen what Sen Levin says. Also, the senate didn’t remove that. If so, why did Franken & 5 others switch their votes from yays to nays when it came to the final version of the bill? I’ll tell you why…because it was the same evil bill! Oh and Obama’s advisors have said that he will sign it.

        • http://markhalfmoon.blogspot.com/view/sidebar Mark Halfmoon

          National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 has so far not been signed by President Obama and so far is not the law.

      • http://markhalfmoon.blogspot.com/view/sidebar Mark Halfmoon

        McCain (R) of Arizona and Levin (D) of Michigan came up with the amendment to National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 that relates to the issue of so-called “indefinite detention.”

    • TimfromLA

      NDAA has been around since we had a military or some form of it. Obama’s exposure is fine, but ultimately, it’s the Congress, all 193 members of the Republican Party and 93 Democrats who control the purse string…they determine where your money goes.

    • http://markhalfmoon.blogspot.com/view/sidebar Mark Halfmoon

      NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012) was not President Obama’s idea. It is a bill that passes through congress every couple of years ti fund the military. It is usually introduced by a member of the House of Representatives. If it passes there, the Senate passes a version. At that point, the president can either sign it into law or veto it. National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 has so far not been signed by President Obama and so far is not the law.

      • casprd

        NDAA doesn’t have a provision every year authorizing US troops to act against US citizens on US soil and it doesn’t normally include provisions for turning US Citizens over to military custody and for indefinite detentions.

        • http://markhalfmoon.blogspot.com/view/sidebar Mark Halfmoon

          This one doesn’t either. I challenge you to find the language in it that says it does.

  • Tom

    There is no Snelling, senator from LA. Where are the two dirt bags from LA who voted for it?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2MAEAFAAWBZAHFKC5FZNKGMJ4A Parrotman

      Snellings is Mary Landrieu’s husband. She usually goes by her maiden name, which has a long political history in Louisiana. Her father and brother were/currently is Mayor of New Orleans.
      Landrieu and Vitter both voted for NDAA.

    • therealme

      There are 2 senators from the STATE of California. NOT Los Angeles. Before you start calling people names, KNOW what you’re TALKING about!

      • CC Sungirl

        Um, I believe Tom was referring to Louisiana (LA), not Los Angeles…

        • Migraine

          Oh SNAP !

      • Fredonia99

        Haha. What a fucking dope!

    • Anonandonandon

      @davidvitter @senlandrieu – David Vitter & Mary Landrieu

  • Tom

    There is no Snelling, senator from LA. Where are the two dirt bags from LA who voted for it?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2MAEAFAAWBZAHFKC5FZNKGMJ4A Parrotman

      Snellings is Mary Landrieu’s husband. She usually goes by her maiden name, which has a long political history in Louisiana. Her father and brother were/currently is Mayor of New Orleans.
      Landrieu and Vitter both voted for NDAA.

    • therealme

      There are 2 senators from the STATE of California. NOT Los Angeles. Before you start calling people names, KNOW what you’re TALKING about!

      • CC Sungirl

        Um, I believe Tom was referring to Louisiana (LA), not Los Angeles…

        • Migraine

          Oh SNAP !

      • Fredonia99

        Haha. What a fucking dope!

    • Anonandonandon

      @davidvitter @senlandrieu – David Vitter & Mary Landrieu

  • Ssharpbiz

    I support what you’re doing, BUT… Senator Al Franken voted against the bill. This kind of action needs to be squeaky clean.

    • Lisa James

      He voted for it in the earlier incarnation, and voted against the final draft – ck the senate roll call. Ssharpbixz is right, many of us really flooded his staff with angry letters only to find he did not approve the final bill. We really need to applaud those that stand up for us. Franken is a 1st term senator. I am not sure why he voted yes the first time. He is a yea on sopa I hear tho – not ok.

      • http://FreakoutNation.com Anomaly 100

        Franken has really disappointed me.

      • Keilsomebody

        He voted that way so that he could support the party and his constituents by being for it AND against it. Im not voting for him again.

        • rainkitten

          Yeah but here is the problem with that, we barely elected him, I guarantee you if we had a repub there would have been no question of a yea on both.

          It is a pretty awful group we are saddled with in both house and senate atm. We gotta stop looking for star power and start looking for ethics and smart power in our elected officials.

          The SOPA debates are a good example. They have nfi what they are doing, and they joke about it. Like that is some how ok.

  • Ssharpbiz

    I support what you’re doing, BUT… Senator Al Franken voted against the bill. This kind of action needs to be squeaky clean.

    • Rainkitten

      He voted for it in the earlier incarnation, and voted against the final draft – ck the senate roll call. Ssharpbixz is right, many of us really flooded his staff with angry letters only to find he did not approve the final bill. We really need to applaud those that stand up for us. Franken is a 1st term senator. I am not sure why he voted yes the first time. He is a yea on sopa I hear tho – not ok.

      • http://FreakoutNation.com Anomaly 100

        Franken has really disappointed me.

      • Keilsomebody

        He voted that way so that he could support the party and his constituents by being for it AND against it. Im not voting for him again.

        • Rainkitten

          Yeah but here is the problem with that, we barely elected him, I guarantee you if we had a repub there would have been no question of a yea on both.

          It is a pretty awful group we are saddled with in both house and senate atm. We gotta stop looking for star power and start looking for ethics and smart power in our elected officials.

          The SOPA debates are a good example. They have nfi what they are doing, and they joke about it. Like that is some how ok.

  • D.Wallgreen

    Obama requested it. His veto threat was because he didn’t think the provisions in it didn’t go far enough.
    http://www.salon.com/2011/12/16/three_myths_about_the_detention_bill/singleton/

    • Clarifier

      Didn’t think they didn’t?????

      • Douchefier

        Five question marks?

        • Zip

          NEEDS MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

          • Bezeluchi

            more what????? cowbell????

          • http://www.facebook.com/jedwalls Jedediah Walls

            From what I have seen, the NDAA has not been signed yet. Care to help me confirm this?

    • Clarifier

      Didn’t think they didn’t?????

      • Douchefier

        Five question marks?

        • Zip

          NEEDS MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

          • Bezeluchi

            more what????? cowbell????

  • Gleduke123

    I am ashamed of my government, I am ashamed of my country, but most importantly, I am ashamed of myself for not doing everything in my power to stop this. I should have flown to D.C. to protest, I didn’t, I regret this wholeheartedly.

    • Anonymous

      so wholeheartedly that you’re writing a comment about it, then continuing on with what you were doing while it was all happening. Bravo.

    • http://twitter.com/trayNTP traydevon

      Like that would’ve made a different. Physical activity doesn’t mean squat when they’ve made up their mind about taking your rights away and it won’t until you get money out of politics. They only listen to dollars and cents, not what makes sense, because they already know what does.

      This is a plutocracy. It’s government of, by and for the wealthy, and it’s proliferating all over the globe. They want to control things, and they’re making sure it’s codified that they can. When the bottom falls completely out, they want all tools at their disposal, like using military to control the rabble.

      Govt will continue to be unresponsive to all of the rest of us until we take back the federal government, starting movements at the local/state level to amend the constitution to say that corporations aren’t people if the amendments proposed at the federal level fail, which they probably will.

      • Vrstupar

        I agree. This is the way of thinking most of the well intended people are missing – strategical, global observation. There needs to be seen and defined the essence of the problem, and with that you can go and analyze the details.

    • Udofa

      You sound like a little bitch

      • mm

        Sexist comment. This is no better than saying his ideas “are so gay”.

    • romana doorgeest

      never too late to follow your heart, every single individual helps in growing the numbers to make a difference. goodluck from the netherlands, we are with you on this! EU is taking shape and is being eaten by corruption just as you people are, we are all fighting the same fight. let’s grow strong and stand up to this unjust sick system. solidarity! <3

    • M Rocha_k

      I feel the same…like I should have done more…what to do now?

      • Anonymous

        It’s good that people are waking up. I had been telling people that Wall Street was going to crash due to FRAUD in about 10 years A DECADE before it did!

        I warned about the housing being a bubble-& our economy with NO foundation because of outsourcing our jobs, before that I tried alerting people of the dangers of all the corporate mergers-
        I was just called names- crazy was a nice one- even when I voiced my concerns to my so-called elected reps. the tone in their voices sounded like they thought I was crazy!

        I started noticing some disturbing things starting in the 1980’s. BEFORE home computers & internet were easily available. I’d talk to people I’d meet wherever I was- nobody paid attention!
        I wasn’t able to get a computer until 2005 or internet access.

        People should have listened to Ralph Nader and others- HE WARNED US of the dangers of our corporate controlled government for many years. So did many others- But people were more interested in American Idol or (un) reality shows!!
        Before I had a computer I read! Most of it was NOT part of MSM or MSN!
        Project Censored, The Nation & other publications like Mother Jones are good sources of info.

        I helped campaign for Ralph Nader- WE ALL TRIED to STOP the bailout after the crash! There was A SOLUTION that would not have cost taxpayers the $29 TRILLION in bailouts, if you don’t count the $159 TRILLION in derivatives of BofA & JP Morgan are being allowed to stick to the taxpayer!
        The solution was called “The No Bailout Act” by Marci Kaptur (OH) & Peter DeFazio (ORE).

    • Oiamono

      don’t beat yourself up to badly. we have all been asleep for way to long,now that we are awake unite and act.

  • Gleduke123

    I am ashamed of my government, I am ashamed of my country, but most importantly, I am ashamed of myself for not doing everything in my power to stop this. I should have flown to D.C. to protest, I didn’t, I regret this wholeheartedly.

    • the616kid

      so wholeheartedly that you’re writing a comment about it, then continuing on with what you were doing while it was all happening. Bravo.

    • trayNTP

      Like that would’ve made a different. Physical activity doesn’t mean squat when they’ve made up their mind about taking your rights away and it won’t until you get money out of politics. They only listen to dollars and cents, not what makes sense, because they already know what does.

      This is a plutocracy. It’s government of, by and for the wealthy, and it’s proliferating all over the globe. They want to control things, and they’re making sure it’s codified that they can. When the bottom falls completely out, they want all tools at their disposal, like using military to control the rabble.

      Govt will continue to be unresponsive to all of the rest of us until we take back the federal government, starting movements at the local/state level to amend the constitution to say that corporations aren’t people if the amendments proposed at the federal level fail, which they probably will.

      • Vrstupar

        I agree. This is the way of thinking most of the well intended people are missing – strategical, global observation. There needs to be seen and defined the essence of the problem, and with that you can go and analyze the details.

    • Udofa

      You sound like a little bitch

      • mm

        Sexist comment. This is no better than saying his ideas “are so gay”.

    • M Rocha_k

      I feel the same…like I should have done more…what to do now?

    • Oiamono

      don’t beat yourself up to badly. we have all been asleep for way to long,now that we are awake unite and act.

  • http://twitter.com/backstreetpoet robert stagemyer

    so is it extreme to suggest that The Bill Of rights & The Constitution are now scrap paper?

  • http://twitter.com/backstreetpoet backstreetpoet

    so is it extreme to suggest that The Bill Of rights & The Constitution are now scrap paper? sorry bout the duplicate posts

  • http://twitter.com/backstreetpoet robert stagemyer

    so is it extreme to suggest that The Bill Of rights & The Constitution are now scrap paper?

    • http://www.facebook.com/GroundedInnerChild Tim Martin

      Extreme? No.
      Incorrect? More likely, at least with the constitution.
      Isn’t the Constitution now scrap parchment?

  • http://twitter.com/backstreetpoet backstreetpoet

    so is it extreme to suggest that The Bill Of rights & The Constitution are now scrap paper?

    • http://www.facebook.com/GroundedInnerChild Tim Martin

      Extreme? No.
      Incorrect? More likely, at least with the constitution.
      Isn’t the Constitution now scrap parchment?

  • http://twitter.com/backstreetpoet robert stagemyer

    so is it extreme to suggest that The Bill Of Rights & The Constitution are now scrap paper?

    • Anonymous

      They’ve pretty much been scrapped since the signing of the Patriot Act. This will just seal the deal.

  • http://twitter.com/backstreetpoet backstreetpoet

    so is it extreme to suggest that The Bill Of Rights & The Constitution are now scrap paper?

    • lberns

      They’ve pretty much been scrapped since the signing of the Patriot Act. This will just seal the deal.

  • http://twitter.com/ianaschneider Ian A Schneider

    don’t you all see that congress is a group of extorted
    (lindsay Graham, et al) gays that will vote for ANYTHING to hide their dirt????? do you think I’m joking?

  • http://twitter.com/ianaschneider Ian A Schneider

    don’t you all see that congress is a group of extorted
    (lindsay Graham, et al) gays that will vote for ANYTHING to hide their dirt????? do you think I’m joking?

  • Clarifier

    I don’t know. Thanks for all this, I suppose, but it appears to be public information that could be gathered by anyone with the time. I’m not going through it any more to see if I can find scandalous “tidbits.” I’m not sure any of them will be quaking in their boots seeing this information public.

  • Clarifier

    I don’t know. Thanks for all this, I suppose, but it appears to be public information that could be gathered by anyone with the time. I’m not going through it any more to see if I can find scandalous “tidbits.” I’m not sure any of them will be quaking in their boots seeing this information public.

  • Mvwindsor

    I don’t see what the big deal is…. the vast majority of this information can be retrieved from publicly available sources. I mean, sure they’ve saved people lots of research time, but none of these facts are particularly incriminating of anything.

    • http://twitter.com/Joe2PointOh Joe

      The money trail is not public information. The votes are easy to find.

  • Mvwindsor

    I don’t see what the big deal is…. the vast majority of this information can be retrieved from publicly available sources. I mean, sure they’ve saved people lots of research time, but none of these facts are particularly incriminating of anything.

    • http://twitter.com/Joe2PointOh Joe

      The money trail is not public information. The votes are easy to find.

  • jonsey

    Isn’t it our job at some point to stop our government from destroying the Constitution….. All of these people listed about should be tried for treason!

    • http://twitter.com/ballofhair ball of hair

      no fool, why do you put so much faith in the constitution? it’s not flawless you moron, it was conceived a long time ago, for a different time

      things are vastly different now

      • Dong

        No fool, why do you put so much faith in the constitution? It’s not flawless you moron. It was conceived a long time ago, for a different time, dipshit.

        Things are vastly different now, cunt.

        • http://www.facebook.com/milesstephens83 Miles Stephens

          Hahah Dong, your name fits your show of intelligence here. The Constitution is not flawless but even TODAY it acts as an excellent guideline for this country. This bill skirts past that and ignores the voice of the American people. Most people didn’t even know this was happening. This was done under the radars to avoid waking up the sheep.

          Police State or Freedom you choose. The Constitution only supports one of them and I am sure you can figure it out… maybe.

      • Okrawimfry

        You don’t understand the value of it then….moron.

  • jonsey

    Isn’t it our job at some point to stop our government from destroying the Constitution….. All of these people listed about should be tried for treason!

    • http://twitter.com/ballofhair ball of hair

      no fool, why do you put so much faith in the constitution? it’s not flawless you moron, it was conceived a long time ago, for a different time

      things are vastly different now

      • Dong

        No fool, why do you put so much faith in the constitution? It’s not flawless you moron. It was conceived a long time ago, for a different time, dipshit.

        Things are vastly different now, cunt.

        • http://www.facebook.com/milesstephens83 Miles Stephens

          Hahah Dong, your name fits your show of intelligence here. The Constitution is not flawless but even TODAY it acts as an excellent guideline for this country. This bill skirts past that and ignores the voice of the American people. Most people didn’t even know this was happening. This was done under the radars to avoid waking up the sheep.

          Police State or Freedom you choose. The Constitution only supports one of them and I am sure you can figure it out… maybe.

      • Okrawimfry

        You don’t understand the value of it then….moron.

  • Candace

    why were the ppls familys put on these documents? they cant help his views and will theyre children be given backlash 4 there actions?

    • Fredonia99

      Crack a fucking book. That was painful to read.

      • Anonymous

        Yeah, but what about the question?

    • Anonomoose s

      Families were involved because OUR families are involved. The choices made in government today will have a backlash spanning generations to come.

  • Candace

    why were the ppls familys put on these documents? they cant help his views and will theyre children be given backlash 4 there actions?

    • Fredonia99

      Crack a fucking book. That was painful to read.

      • http://markhalfmoon.blogspot.com/view/sidebar Mark Halfmoon

        Yeah, but what about the question?

    • Anonomoose s

      Families were involved because OUR families are involved. The choices made in government today will have a backlash spanning generations to come.

  • Mr Red Colour

    America the New Russia … Welcome the USSA

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ahh-Biz/1503510397 Ahh Biz

      America is not the new Soviet Union. The Soviet Union (USSR) had unlimited free medical care for all it’s citizens; everyone was given a place to live by the government; and a free college education.

      What we have in America (with NDAA) is the beginning of a Military Dictatorship; but with none of the advantages of the Soviet Union. The only thing America has in common with the former USSR; is that the government can arrest you for no reason, hold you without trial and make you disappear in the middle of the night.

    • Maryinbantry

      tell us that when you have to stand in line for a loaf of bread.

  • Mr Red Colour

    America the New Russia … Welcome the USSA

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ahh-Biz/1503510397 Ahh Biz

      America is not the new Soviet Union. The Soviet Union (USSR) had unlimited free medical care for all it’s citizens; everyone was given a place to live by the government; and a free college education.

      What we have in America (with NDAA) is the beginning of a Military Dictatorship; but with none of the advantages of the Soviet Union. The only thing America has in common with the former USSR; is that the government can arrest you for no reason, hold you without trial and make you disappear in the middle of the night.

    • Maryinbantry

      tell us that when you have to stand in line for a loaf of bread.

  • justin noffsker

    Ron Paul

  • justin noffsker

    Ron Paul

  • Unklwally

    With just under 100,000 G.I.’s returning to home soil, it is just a matter of time before Martial Law will be declared, as Posse Commitatus has been suspended. Then the detention centers will spring up… sound like 1939 to anybody?

    • Stewie

      They’re already here. Google FEMA camps.

  • Unklwally

    With just under 100,000 G.I.’s returning to home soil, it is just a matter of time before Martial Law will be declared, as Posse Commitatus has been suspended. Then the detention centers will spring up… sound like 1939 to anybody?

    • Stewie

      They’re already here. Google FEMA camps.

  • Haleem1

    I don’t like what my government does a lot of the time however there are ways to protest, etc. that does not make you the protester just as dirty as the government culture we find ourselvs fighting against sometimes. I do not agree with exposing family members, personal cell phones, etc. of those in office. You could be exposing these people to harm. This is not right! Two wrongs do not make a right. I would not want it done to me. “Never Forgive” is not a just and spiritually uplifting motto is if hate filled and serves no positive end.

    • Vj

      You can’t play fair against people who don’t even know the meaning of fair. The government doesn’t give a shit about your family and this is the only way to make them sit up and take notice. Protesting just gets you pepper sprayed and new bills passed to scare you into shutting up. Yes, it’s too bad families are involved, but ours always have been. I am ALL for Anonymous leveling the playing field a little bit. And they aren’t done yet. So if you want to worry about their families while Anonymous fights YOUR battle against people who don’t give a flying fart about yours, you’re part of the problem. We need to back them up and stand united to get the changes made.

      • Anonomoose s

        Thank you Vj. America could use more people who care.

        • Andrea Hennessey

          But isn’t that the point? How do we not turn off the people whose consciences we are trying to awaken? How do we make the best, I mean the really *best* use of information?

          We don’t have to respect careerist, corporate-puppet politicians. We owe it to everyone to do civil disobedience in defiance of corrupt laws.

          And I think that we have to hold ourselves to our values, *be* more just, by *doing* more just. We won’t be anything more and we won’t get more involved if we’re just a bunch of morons without values.

          Don’t play into into their hands. Don’t dismiss, and don’t be dismissive.

    • Anonymous

      Good governments don’t need to fear their citizens. If throwing US citizens under the bus for daring to speak out against corruption isn’t a reprehensible act, they have nothing to fear.

    • Larry

      Forgive is a meme pounded into religious neophytes.

    • Bengt

      government officials can find out who’s posting here and anonymous probably knows this. if you or I make comments someone wants to use to make you sound dangerous, no doubt they can find out who you are and who your family is. govt. can find out a whole lot more about you very easily. It’s wrong to attack legislators or their families, but a phone call or letter to them expressing your opinion is hopefully still protected speech. politicians’ friends and families often participate in unsolicited mailings and phone calls to advise you who to vote for. Why is it so wrong to contact them to criticise their vote? If this comment offends them, they have far more resources at hand to get revenge than I ever will. Multiple contacts, tweats, blogs, etc. can make msm coverage unavoidable, even if it’s slanted.

      • Xander Arena

        Agreed wholeheartedly

  • Haleem1

    I don’t like what my government does a lot of the time however there are ways to protest, etc. that does not make you the protester just as dirty as the government culture we find ourselvs fighting against sometimes. I do not agree with exposing family members, personal cell phones, etc. of those in office. You could be exposing these people to harm. This is not right! Two wrongs do not make a right. I would not want it done to me. “Never Forgive” is not a just and spiritually uplifting motto is if hate filled and serves no positive end.

    • Vj

      You can’t play fair against people who don’t even know the meaning of fair. The government doesn’t give a shit about your family and this is the only way to make them sit up and take notice. Protesting just gets you pepper sprayed and new bills passed to scare you into shutting up. Yes, it’s too bad families are involved, but ours always have been. I am ALL for Anonymous leveling the playing field a little bit. And they aren’t done yet. So if you want to worry about their families while Anonymous fights YOUR battle against people who don’t give a flying fart about yours, you’re part of the problem. We need to back them up and stand united to get the changes made.

      • Anonomoose s

        Thank you Vj. America could use more people who care.

        • Andrea Hennessey

          But isn’t that the point? How do we not turn off the people whose consciences we are trying to awaken? How do we make the best, I mean the really *best* use of information?

          We don’t have to respect careerist, corporate-puppet politicians. We owe it to everyone to do civil disobedience in defiance of corrupt laws.

          And I think that we have to hold ourselves to our values, *be* more just, by *doing* more just. We won’t be anything more and we won’t get more involved if we’re just a bunch of morons without values.

          Don’t play into into their hands. Don’t dismiss, and don’t be dismissive.

    • kkresc

      Good governments don’t need to fear their citizens. If throwing US citizens under the bus for daring to speak out against corruption isn’t a reprehensible act, they have nothing to fear.

    • Larry

      Forgive is a meme pounded into religious neophytes.

    • Bengt

      government officials can find out who’s posting here and anonymous probably knows this. if you or I make comments someone wants to use to make you sound dangerous, no doubt they can find out who you are and who your family is. govt. can find out a whole lot more about you very easily. It’s wrong to attack legislators or their families, but a phone call or letter to them expressing your opinion is hopefully still protected speech. politicians’ friends and families often participate in unsolicited mailings and phone calls to advise you who to vote for. Why is it so wrong to contact them to criticise their vote? If this comment offends them, they have far more resources at hand to get revenge than I ever will. Multiple contacts, tweats, blogs, etc. can make msm coverage unavoidable, even if it’s slanted.

  • Anonymous

    Dear anonymous, whatever happens, don’t ever stop them from using email

    http://www.senderbase.org/senderbase_queries/detailorg?search_string=U.S.%20House%20of%20Representatives

  • the616kid

    Dear anonymous, whatever happens, don’t ever stop them from using email

    http://www.senderbase.org/senderbase_queries/detailorg?search_string=U.S.%20House%20of%20Representatives

  • http://twitter.com/stillonline sharon stillson

    “home phone numbers, cell numbers, family members, addresses”
    THIS is over the limit. This is what was done to Democrats who passed the Health Care Reform. This is why VA Congressmen’s brother’s (wrong address) gas line was cut. This is wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong.

    • Anonomoose s

      How is it wrong? These people damn you. Throw you into a giant heap labeled “chicken shit voters” and take millions of dollars in corporate payoffs to push a law through. These people do it NOT because it’s what they want. They do it because they are paid to. These “people” take your constitution from you. They lie to you. Because of them and people like them our children will have nothing. No retirement. They’ll make minimum wage if lucky and when they talk they will be bullied into submission and censored. Hand me the choice to roll over and take it or to get down and dirty and I’ll get dirty. For our future your damn right.

    • twothreeskidoo

      Whateva, they got your address and info. Let’s all share.

  • http://twitter.com/stillonline sharon stillson

    “home phone numbers, cell numbers, family members, addresses”
    THIS is over the limit. This is what was done to Democrats who passed the Health Care Reform. This is why VA Congressmen’s brother’s (wrong address) gas line was cut. This is wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong.

    • Anonomoose s

      How is it wrong? These people damn you. Throw you into a giant heap labeled “chicken shit voters” and take millions of dollars in corporate payoffs to push a law through. These people do it NOT because it’s what they want. They do it because they are paid to. These “people” take your constitution from you. They lie to you. Because of them and people like them our children will have nothing. No retirement. They’ll make minimum wage if lucky and when they talk they will be bullied into submission and censored. Hand me the choice to roll over and take it or to get down and dirty and I’ll get dirty. For our future your damn right.

    • twothreeskidoo

      Whateva, they got your address and info. Let’s all share.

  • indy

    awesome work by anonymous. cheers to you guys.

  • indy

    awesome work by anonymous. cheers to you guys.

  • http://twitter.com/stillonline sharon stillson

    Retaliate is the correct word. If any government was this retaliatory we would seek to overthrow them. To single out the family members of an elected official for harassment and possibly death – as with Gabby Giffords – is over the limit. This is terrorism.

  • http://twitter.com/stillonline sharon stillson

    Retaliate is the correct word. If any government was this retaliatory we would seek to overthrow them. To single out the family members of an elected official for harassment and possibly death – as with Gabby Giffords – is over the limit. This is terrorism.

  • Massvocals

    MassVocals I and many other now at war with what is been establishes by not representatives of our republic but are clearly been acting as terrorist . spendig trillion of dollars and hooking the people starting wars without declaring such given power to agency other then 3 given limited power allowing massive bills to be file and voted which are not read m establishing to violate constitutional limitation in rights of the people by way of statutory law under war powers and violation of oath in every sense therefore we are and call for people right to revolution and to throw off all such powers contrary to the constitutional republic of the united States of America and by treason we hold all
    massvocals

    • http://www.facebook.com/GroundedInnerChild Tim Martin

      Care to put this in English?

  • Massvocals

    MassVocals I and many other now at war with what is been establishes by not representatives of our republic but are clearly been acting as terrorist . spendig trillion of dollars and hooking the people starting wars without declaring such given power to agency other then 3 given limited power allowing massive bills to be file and voted which are not read m establishing to violate constitutional limitation in rights of the people by way of statutory law under war powers and violation of oath in every sense therefore we are and call for people right to revolution and to throw off all such powers contrary to the constitutional republic of the united States of America and by treason we hold all
    massvocals

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1127971822 Mark Wilmoth

    Ron Paul 2012

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1127971822 Mark Wilmoth

    Ron Paul 2012

  • Dee

    You can still protest. This is far from being over…

  • Dee

    You can still protest. This is far from being over…

  • http://www.facebook.com/pmcintyre1212 Pat McIntyre

    The GREED continues………………

  • http://www.facebook.com/pmcintyre1212 Pat McIntyre

    The GREED continues………………

  • Mark_mnc1

    If anyone wants to trace this back this all started with not only the Patriot Act of 2001 but the U.S. Military Commissions Act back then. Unfortunately, very few Americans seen to not care much about habeas corpus and the entire due process system abolished and a totalitarian government can now, LEGALLY, kidnap people, send them to wherever, and do whatever to them. Im guessing most Americans wouldnt even know or care if and when it happens to people they know.

    • Xander Arena

      From my research, this began before the patriot act. FEMA’s mandate essentially allowed all sorts of internment camps and social reorganization, based on national emergency.

    • Freedom Bell

      Habeas Corpus was ended by the AEDPA of 1996. Since then, state and federal courts have ingnored the habeas corpus part of the federal and state constitutions for American citizens. Our courts are corrupt.

  • Rose Welsh

    This is useless. Anonymous… do something really big please. I’m tired of the dramatic vids that threaten the bad guys and then no action, or action, like this, that does nothing in the long run. These jackasses don’t care what we know about them as long as it isn’t that they are a closet homosexual. Everyone knows that these creeps take money from special interests. DO SOMETHING BIG! Turn off the lights and power to the building where they are voting on crap like this bill. Shut them down. Info dumps go nowhere. Wipe their computers at work and home. Find a way to take over a tv broadcast and show damning video of them. Make it big, make is supremely bold and do it soon. They are not afraid of you yet. Make them terrified.

    • gli7ch

      info dumps are useless? Why such an uproar on wikileaks then?

      • Anonymous

        The problem is that Anonymous is here to do what they need to, not what will get them arrested.

        • http://twitter.com/ballofhair ball of hair

          anonymous is here to contribute to their baby uncyclopedia and grief people into suicide

          it’s all about having fun and causing chaos

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WYDSH3KRQ55K5OO2YV4OIKPMOI Andrew Pease

            If their lives become so miserable they put the pistol in their mouths and pull the trigger, I hope cable news covers it. NBC CBS and ABC already got in trouble the last time someone stood at the press release and painted the wall behind him. Mass suicide of those clowns would not be a loss.

          • bob

            Timeline of governors that committed suicide http://politicalgraveyard.com/death/suicide.html

          • Si mang

            you’re a dumbass.

          • PJ

            sorry if yer manic depressive/or schizo you’d find something to worry about… if you were really sane you’d know how many things could go wrong,right? ever meet any of the anonymous people? might change yer mind.~PJ

          • http://twitter.com/ballofhair ball of hair

            Yes, I have met some, many are autistic, and many others are sociopaths.
            ignorant morons

        • Curious

          How can they be arrested, the Police would’nt know whom to arrest as these ones are Anonymous are’nt they ?

        • PJ

          this stuff is public info…it’s just obfiscated for the average person…the question should be why you have to ask someone where to find out where your state representatives vote record is at and even worse..who they are and how to email them/or write grampy.

    • Joshua

      information is never useless. your talking personal home numbers and address’s of people. its not JUST the job of Anonymous. Why are THEY the only ones fighting? iv called my local news station every other day asking them to report on this issue. iv also asked several others to do the same. Anonymous cant be the only ones willing to fight.

      • http://FreakoutNation.com Anomaly 100

        Amen to that!

      • DragonLady

        Al Franken did not, in fact, vote for the final bill. He did vote for a previous draft, saying he hoped it would be improved, which it was not.

    • Joybuzzard

      “This is useless. Anonymous..” do you know how dumb you sound? If you got a plan, carry it out or just admit it’s you who’s useless. This info dump is pretty cool, a lot of work went into it, and obviously none of it by you.

    • Bill

      The Finest comment I’ve heard in 75 years!!!

      • Slayne

        Which comment pleased you so, Bill?

    • lori

      useless? they give the information so that we the people can ACT. So act instead of complaining for someone else to do it for you. Sheesh.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Hagbard-Celine/1026484845 Hagbard Celine

      Secrecy is the first essential in affairs of state.
      Cardinal Richelieu

    • justa guy

      Useless? Call their home number,pickett their homes,e-mail them.What have you done? You have been given the information, use it

    • Betsy Toll

      You are suggesting Anonymous do what you should be doing. Ideas are cheap, the ability to execute them is another matter. Your ideas are “big” but to simply post them in a gripe about someone else’s action is very puzzling. These are your ideas, and it is your job to make them happen, not complain that someone else isn’t doing your ideas. Anonymous has provided information for those who choose to pick it up and do something further with it. If you think the next step is to shut off the lights and power, do it. You should wipe their computers, or take over a TV broadcast and air a damning video. Probably best not to criticize others who are taking action by piping in from the sidelines about what others “should” do instead.

      • gumby

        But I thought the whole point of anonymous is that they have technical abilities far above average…. I thought it was the reason why they often pose themselves as our saviors. Ordinary people don’t have the ability to remotely wipe computers or interrupt power grids. If they want to make bold claims against the existing power structure, suggesting that they are the internet rebels and technical geniuses capable of helping humanity win the cyber war, then maybe they ought to attempt to live up to it. If not, then stop making the bold claims and getting everyone’s hopes up. Of course I don’t want any of them getting arrested and facing life imprisonment or torture…. but from what they’ve already accomplished up to this point, it looks like their days are numbered anyways. In fact, how do we even know this is the same group anymore?? I remember hearing about a string of arrests in the UK of some of the core members. How do we know whether the number of arrests weren’t greater than reported, and that there are now agents planted in there to pose as Anonymous and trick us into believing that we’re still winning? Or even to collect information on people sympathetic to Anonymous? I don’t trust anything anymore… By the way, Wikileaks is a fake. Its purpose is to make us feel as if we have some measure of protection and that there is a rebel out there fighting for us… Assange is just another CIA concoction… so, in a round about way, the end of my argument actually validates your point: that we should all be fighting the fight ourselves rather than putting blind trust into “heroes”.

        • Usedtobesupermom

          It’s up to us! If you have payed any attention they NEVER said they were our saviors – we are all anons if we want to be- if we want change it’s up to us! Anon helps- but it’s up to us to carry through!
          If you are complacent or apathetic or are just waiting for someone else to do it- you are an enabler- accomplice – or …….

        • Oiamono

          this is the most thought out,reasonable,logical&common sense statement i have heard on this subject thus far. language like shut this down or break into that could be construde as some form or other as possible terrorism and would allow the powers that be to use the new bill to lock ones ass up forever! so my advice to those who wish to accept it is, do your own research on each congressman,senator,govenor or anyone else in power who can affect our lives and vote them the f**k out. i know your thinking more of the same a- holes will just take their place. well as long as we are willing to settle for what we get nothing changes, so let them know from the start if they don’t toe the line they will be shone the door as well. my final word is get the money out of politics, period!!!!!!!!!

    • http://twitter.com/MizFurball MizFurball

      In the words of the Beatles: “You say you’ve got a real solution, well, you know, we’d all love to see the plan.”

      • Oiamono

        here here!!!

    • Guest

      “I’m tired of the dramatic vids that threaten the bad guys and then no action”

      I suspect many of those dramatic vids are created by people who have no connection to Anonymous, and who do nothing but create dramatic vids.

      I agree that it doesn’t take a cracker to get the info found here, but the info is still useful to activists.

      • Jermaine

        lets stop using words like cracker bra, im sure your african american like I am, but its good white people on this very same site we stating our comments on, be respectful to them, and lets work together to bring a resolution to a BIG problem we all are facing, this is not a typicle black problem, but ALL american citizens are in danger. Blk. Wht. Mex. And the list continues.

        • Joe

          LOL you should put hacker and cracker into Google…

    • Helena Handbasket

      What are you doing, Rose? I’ll bet it’s not a damned thing compared to what anonymous does. Make use of the information they spread. Make the government terrified of YOU.

      Anonymous empowers the people. They’re call to Occupy has certainly made the government nervous enough to censor MSM reports and use chemical agents and flash grenades on the people. They’re vids get people looking up information on stories they didn’t know existed because MSM refuses to mention them. I’ll bet all YOU do is whine on message boards.

      Get crackin’ girl. Practice what you preach. If you expect them to do all the work, you’re STILL a sheep, just as if you blindly relied on the government to make your decisions and wipe your ass for you.

    • Aliciasilver65

      Occupy Congress is taking place on January 17th – come and make it big!

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kevin-Morgan/1627535377 Kevin Morgan

      I see them doing a great deal more than Rose Welsh is doing.

    • Bpunk41

      Rose, your rant was useless. ACT. This is information….feel free to do what you wish with it. Anonymous is part of a movement but people need to work with him. In order for the change we want to manifest, we must come together and take action. Complaining about someone to do something is partially the reason this country is in the state its in.

    • Usedtobesupermom

      It’s YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to do SOMETHING!

    • Korlav

      Although I don’t think it’s “useless” I can kind of see Rose’s point. Nothing really is going to change until they get hard on several fronts, and even with the majority of us doing our part, not all of us have the skills to “ACT” in the exact way they can.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Rivera/100002289571367 Robert Rivera

      NICELY SAID Rose, I feel the same way too!

    • Senator Lulz

      Rose, it’s always easier to do nothing and critique what others are doing wrong. You think the info Anons pull out is “useless”, well it might be to people who have no idea what to do with it, people like you. Anons work hard and it’s a lot more difficult than you think, lots of tedious time and work. They are not getting paid to do this, they are risking jail time and getting tailed by the feds. Do yourself a favor and get involved. Be part of history. Don’t just watch on the sidelines, help out. You seem to be full of Ideas, if you are actually confident in your ideas and think people will listen then do something, please.

    • Sllloth

      You can do something as well Rose. Everyone has to do their part, or not. It seems everyone is always waiting for someone else to do something.

      • jermaine

        Good reply directing to ROSE welsh. Ur absolutely correct. People have more to quote about a problem than bringing a helpful solution to the problem. Good reply. Keep that going for the next nuccle head.

    • Anonymous1991july

      They will be terrified, it has just begun Rose Welsh :p

      • Jermaine

        Thanks for the VOICE. I appreciate you. Keep the awakening going even tho the people who your trying to help is confused to whats really going on behind the senes.

    • Anonymous

      Your right on point! Some of these politicians have the people of their states by the a** because of their power. You need to find out why. Everything they do is kept quiet and covered up. In my state I have heard everything from murder to their kids being pulled out of busts just because they are their family members but everyone else pays the price! Citizens are sick of it! Not to mention the trumped up charges they hem people up with. This needs to stop so people can be FREE from their tyranny not just on a state level but on a national one too.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Loki-Freign/727404650 Loki Freign

      who is it that you think Anonymous is? “They are not afraid of you yet”?

      Who is “they” and who is “you”?

      think carefully

    • Jermaine

      Rose, do something big is easy said than done, first lets not be negative among our selves, or there will be no big thing to do, this is serverly bad for all people in this country, giving them a personal ph. Call is a start, they dont know us personally, letting them know we are watching and awakened, and will protech our freedoms no matter what, even if it takes us to slap them in the face with the palm of our hands we STAND to protech freedoms.

  • Deasn79

    Well as the Declaration of Independence says and I quote “Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.” The time will come soon to throw off the present government and institute a new one. Time for the new revolution.

  • Rose Welsh

    This is useless. Anonymous… do something really big please. I’m tired of the dramatic vids that threaten the bad guys and then no action, or action, like this, that does nothing in the long run. These jackasses don’t care what we know about them as long as it isn’t that they are a closet homosexual. Everyone knows that these creeps take money from special interests. DO SOMETHING BIG! Turn off the lights and power to the building where they are voting on crap like this bill. Shut them down. Info dumps go nowhere. Wipe their computers at work and home. Find a way to take over a tv broadcast and show damning video of them. Make it big, make is supremely bold and do it soon. They are not afraid of you yet. Make them terrified.

    • gli7ch

      info dumps are useless? Why such an uproar on wikileaks then?

      • Anonymous

        The problem is that Anonymous is here to do what they need to, not what will get them arrested.

        • http://twitter.com/ballofhair ball of hair

          anonymous is here to contribute to their baby uncyclopedia and grief people into suicide

          it’s all about having fun and causing chaos

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WYDSH3KRQ55K5OO2YV4OIKPMOI Andrew Pease

            If their lives become so miserable they put the pistol in their mouths and pull the trigger, I hope cable news covers it. NBC CBS and ABC already got in trouble the last time someone stood at the press release and painted the wall behind him. Mass suicide of those clowns would not be a loss.

        • Curious

          How can they be arrested, the Police would’nt know whom to arrest as these ones are Anonymous are’nt they ?

        • PJ

          this stuff is public info…it’s just obfiscated for the average person…the question should be why you have to ask someone where to find out where your state representatives vote record is at and even worse..who they are and how to email them/or write grampy.

    • Joshua

      information is never useless. your talking personal home numbers and address’s of people. its not JUST the job of Anonymous. Why are THEY the only ones fighting? iv called my local news station every other day asking them to report on this issue. iv also asked several others to do the same. Anonymous cant be the only ones willing to fight.

      • http://FreakoutNation.com Anomaly 100

        Amen to that!

    • Joybuzzard

      “This is useless. Anonymous..” do you know how dumb you sound? If you got a plan, carry it out or just admit it’s you who’s useless. This info dump is pretty cool, a lot of work went into it, and obviously none of it by you.

    • Bill

      The Finest comment I’ve heard in 75 years!!!

      • ScottLayne

        Which comment pleased you so, Bill?

    • lori

      useless? they give the information so that we the people can ACT. So act instead of complaining for someone else to do it for you. Sheesh.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Hagbard-Celine/1026484845 Hagbard Celine

      Secrecy is the first essential in affairs of state.
      Cardinal Richelieu

    • justa guy

      Useless? Call their home number,pickett their homes,e-mail them.What have you done? You have been given the information, use it

    • Betsy Toll

      You are suggesting Anonymous do what you should be doing. Ideas are cheap, the ability to execute them is another matter. Your ideas are “big” but to simply post them in a gripe about someone else’s action is very puzzling. These are your ideas, and it is your job to make them happen, not complain that someone else isn’t doing your ideas. Anonymous has provided information for those who choose to pick it up and do something further with it. If you think the next step is to shut off the lights and power, do it. You should wipe their computers, or take over a TV broadcast and air a damning video. Probably best not to criticize others who are taking action by piping in from the sidelines about what others “should” do instead.

      • gumby

        But I thought the whole point of anonymous is that they have technical abilities far above average…. I thought it was the reason why they often pose themselves as our saviors. Ordinary people don’t have the ability to remotely wipe computers or interrupt power grids. If they want to make bold claims against the existing power structure, suggesting that they are the internet rebels and technical geniuses capable of helping humanity win the cyber war, then maybe they ought to attempt to live up to it. If not, then stop making the bold claims and getting everyone’s hopes up. Of course I don’t want any of them getting arrested and facing life imprisonment or torture…. but from what they’ve already accomplished up to this point, it looks like their days are numbered anyways. In fact, how do we even know this is the same group anymore?? I remember hearing about a string of arrests in the UK of some of the core members. How do we know whether the number of arrests weren’t greater than reported, and that there are now agents planted in there to pose as Anonymous and trick us into believing that we’re still winning? Or even to collect information on people sympathetic to Anonymous? I don’t trust anything anymore… By the way, Wikileaks is a fake. Its purpose is to make us feel as if we have some measure of protection and that there is a rebel out there fighting for us… Assange is just another CIA concoction… so, in a round about way, the end of my argument actually validates your point: that we should all be fighting the fight ourselves rather than putting blind trust into “heroes”.

        • Usedtobesupermom

          It’s up to us! If you have payed any attention they NEVER said they were our saviors – we are all anons if we want to be- if we want change it’s up to us! Anon helps- but it’s up to us to carry through!
          If you are complacent or apathetic or are just waiting for someone else to do it- you are an enabler- accomplice – or …….

    • http://twitter.com/MizFurball MizFurball

      In the words of the Beatles: “You say you’ve got a real solution, well, you know, we’d all love to see the plan.”

    • Guest

      “I’m tired of the dramatic vids that threaten the bad guys and then no action”

      I suspect many of those dramatic vids are created by people who have no connection to Anonymous, and who do nothing but create dramatic vids.

      I agree that it doesn’t take a cracker to get the info found here, but the info is still useful to activists.

      • Jermaine

        lets stop using words like cracker bra, im sure your african american like I am, but its good white people on this very same site we stating our comments on, be respectful to them, and lets work together to bring a resolution to a BIG problem we all are facing, this is not a typicle black problem, but ALL american citizens are in danger. Blk. Wht. Mex. And the list continues.

    • Helena Handbasket

      What are you doing, Rose? I’ll bet it’s not a damned thing compared to what anonymous does. Make use of the information they spread. Make the government terrified of YOU.

      Anonymous empowers the people. They’re call to Occupy has certainly made the government nervous enough to censor MSM reports and use chemical agents and flash grenades on the people. They’re vids get people looking up information on stories they didn’t know existed because MSM refuses to mention them. I’ll bet all YOU do is whine on message boards.

      Get crackin’ girl. Practice what you preach. If you expect them to do all the work, you’re STILL a sheep, just as if you blindly relied on the government to make your decisions and wipe your ass for you.

    • Aliciasilver65

      Occupy Congress is taking place on January 17th – come and make it big!

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kevin-Morgan/1627535377 Kevin Morgan

      I see them doing a great deal more than Rose Welsh is doing.

    • Bpunk41

      Rose, your rant was useless. ACT. This is information….feel free to do what you wish with it. Anonymous is part of a movement but people need to work with him. In order for the change we want to manifest, we must come together and take action. Complaining about someone to do something is partially the reason this country is in the state its in.

    • Usedtobesupermom

      It’s YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to do SOMETHING!

    • Korlav

      Although I don’t think it’s “useless” I can kind of see Rose’s point. Nothing really is going to change until they get hard on several fronts, and even with the majority of us doing our part, not all of us have the skills to “ACT” in the exact way they can.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Rivera/100002289571367 Robert Rivera

      NICELY SAID Rose, I feel the same way too!

    • Sllloth

      You can do something as well Rose. Everyone has to do their part, or not. It seems everyone is always waiting for someone else to do something.

      • jermaine

        Good reply directing to ROSE welsh. Ur absolutely correct. People have more to quote about a problem than bringing a helpful solution to the problem. Good reply. Keep that going for the next nuccle head.

    • Jermaine

      Rose, do something big is easy said than done, first lets not be negative among our selves, or there will be no big thing to do, this is serverly bad for all people in this country, giving them a personal ph. Call is a start, they dont know us personally, letting them know we are watching and awakened, and will protech our freedoms no matter what, even if it takes us to slap them in the face with the palm of our hands we STAND to protech freedoms.

  • Deasn79

    Well as the Declaration of Independence says and I quote “Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.” The time will come soon to throw off the present government and institute a new one. Time for the new revolution.

  • guest

    This is scary drop. 1. You may or may not like the job these senators are doing, but there are other ways then giving out the information to traumatize their families. there have been many write in, phone in and sit in protests. Maybe we need to work more on this and 2. VOTE – we need to remember and fight but as Americans we need to NOT use threating and terrorist techniques

    • Bitmyass

      As you have seen (hopefully). Protesting has done nothing. It has only gotten worse. The only thing that these people understand are threats.

  • guest

    This is scary drop. 1. You may or may not like the job these senators are doing, but there are other ways then giving out the information to traumatize their families. there have been many write in, phone in and sit in protests. Maybe we need to work more on this and 2. VOTE – we need to remember and fight but as Americans we need to NOT use threating and terrorist techniques

  • Dale Cassidy49

    Can’t wait to vote these fools out of office……..

  • Dale Cassidy49

    Can’t wait to vote these fools out of office……..

  • Kimdragottapd

    I have to agree with Rose W, below. What has Anonymous done of substance lately? A little less talk, a little more action. You were a source of hope, at the least, It seems you’ve become a source of rhetoric. We’ve always had rhetoric. That doesn’t solve anything. I’m still expecting you. Where are you? Inspire me with action, not creative You Tube videos.

    • Afroman

      Anonymous is not your personal army.

      • guest

        well then they need to stop claiming that they are…

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Marble-Caking/100003268747370 Marble Caking

          That’s the main thing we say. NYPA. So either take action yourself or quit bitching. You know you’re Anonymous right?

      • guest

        well then they need to stop claiming that they are…

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Marble-Caking/100003268747370 Marble Caking

          That’s the main thing we say. NYPA. So either take action yourself or quit bitching. You know you’re Anonymous right?

    • faceless

      Then do something yourself you lazy twat. I’m sick and tired of, “Oh, I’m so pissed at my Government.”

      Well then, DO SOMETHING.

      This is why we are fucked. Everyone else is just waiting for everyone else to fucking do something.

    • Betsy Toll

      What have you done of substance lately? What action rather than talk? Who have you inspired lately, by your actions?

    • Anonymous

      Typical shill/troll replies. Personal insults … how old is everyone? [rhetorical] The only (imo regressive) action Anonymous has accomplished (w/ proof) is releasing a database of personal email of active enlisted soldiers. Which coincidentally fit the NewsCorp wire-tapping scandal. Oh, and called for a shut down of Facebook, which coincidentally fit Dave Cameron’s agenda a day or two later.

      Anonymous (again imo) is a distraction/pacifier for the kinders. What’s better than having a faceless ally while fighting a faceless enemy in perpetual war? Glad to see both you (Kimdragottapd) and Rose W are remaining vigilant.

  • Kimdragottapd

    I have to agree with Rose W, below. What has Anonymous done of substance lately? A little less talk, a little more action. You were a source of hope, at the least, It seems you’ve become a source of rhetoric. We’ve always had rhetoric. That doesn’t solve anything. I’m still expecting you. Where are you? Inspire me with action, not creative You Tube videos.

    • faceless

      Then do something yourself you lazy twat. I’m sick and tired of, “Oh, I’m so pissed at my Government.”

      Well then, DO SOMETHING.

      This is why we are fucked. Everyone else is just waiting for everyone else to fucking do something.

    • Betsy Toll

      What have you done of substance lately? What action rather than talk? Who have you inspired lately, by your actions?

    • spunkalunk

      Typical shill/troll replies. Personal insults … how old is everyone? [rhetorical] The only (imo regressive) action Anonymous has accomplished (w/ proof) is releasing a database of personal email of active enlisted soldiers. Which coincidentally fit the NewsCorp wire-tapping scandal. Oh, and called for a shut down of Facebook, which coincidentally fit Dave Cameron’s agenda a day or two later.

      Anonymous (again imo) is a distraction/pacifier for the kinders. What’s better than having a faceless ally while fighting a faceless enemy in perpetual war? Glad to see both you (Kimdragottapd) and Rose W are remaining vigilant.

  • Ibrenda42

    What is sad is the fact that so many people don’t even know what the NDAA or SOPA or S510 is

  • Ibrenda42

    What is sad is the fact that so many people don’t even know what the NDAA or SOPA or S510 is

  • Austinmediadesigns

    I thank you for all your efforts. Indeed, it is a hard road you travel my friend. Please, release information on these secret bunkers and their locations. Everyone should know where they are. This is a great way to out them. Also, I here they could be grounding our power grids, but are not doing anything to protect us from the coming solar flare storm. And, could HAARP be used to help our electromagnetic sphere around the planet. :D God Bless and God Speed Anonymous. Thank you once again. :D

  • Austinmediadesigns

    I thank you for all your efforts. Indeed, it is a hard road you travel my friend. Please, release information on these secret bunkers and their locations. Everyone should know where they are. This is a great way to out them. Also, I here they could be grounding our power grids, but are not doing anything to protect us from the coming solar flare storm. And, could HAARP be used to help our electromagnetic sphere around the planet. :D God Bless and God Speed Anonymous. Thank you once again. :D

  • Noreply

    shut em down…….lockem out o their own accounts(financial not twitter)..that would be a start

  • Noreply

    shut em down…….lockem out o their own accounts(financial not twitter)..that would be a start

  • Guest

    It isn’t @senschumer, his is @chuckschumer

  • Guest

    It isn’t @senschumer, his is @chuckschumer

  • http://hdmikabel.narod2.ru/ hdmi

    As both a libertarian and economist, I think it is great that anonymous is stepping in at the moment. Our politicians are elected officials that are to serve us. If they are not serving us then they don’t really deserve the power they have. We do then have the right to elect them out. Anonymous is taking a proactive stance for the 21st generation to keep the politicians in check. I think if the politicians know that they are vulnerable it would be a wonderful checks and balances system. No more free cake for them!

  • Equalrevolution

    I’m all for equality. I appreciate people exposing bachman for the bitch she is but there are bigger fish to fry w/Obama, Gingrich or Romney who are perfectly fine with letting free speech, protest, or the right to due process come into sabotage when arrested or “detained” without evidence or trial burning the bill of rights and constitution yet more people are concerned with marriage/education/healthcare should be governed? What good are any of those things coming from a corrupted dictatorship instead of presidential? They want absolute control taken away from congress forming these select few “SUPER COMITTEES”, “Fema camps” are set up, and are physically assaulting and arresting people for the OCCUPY protests, one guy was put in the hospital, another woman peppersprayed in the eyes…This is AMERICA and wether u agree with what they are protesting about or not it’s their right to be there as long as they want preaching what they want if the likes of Westboro baptist church can protest at the funerals of my fellow marines. We need Ron Paul elected so we show our government they’re being way too arrogant and pissing off too many people this time. Revolution! Dare to truly end foreign wars and actually fight for your own civil liberties before you sacrifice your own and send your troops to “liberate” other countries. Ron Paul was only one in a handful that voted against this recent bill that took more of our civil liberties away…It’s a pathetic holiday season in America, but there is a movement for Ron Paul that’s stronger than what the media allows people to see…they’re scared of losing their grip on the brainwashed zombies in this country who favor the “establishment’ as people are calling it lately…We’re fucked if u don’t vote Ron Paul!

  • http://hdmikabel.narod2.ru/ hdmi

    As both a libertarian and economist, I think it is great that anonymous is stepping in at the moment. Our politicians are elected officials that are to serve us. If they are not serving us then they don’t really deserve the power they have. We do then have the right to elect them out. Anonymous is taking a proactive stance for the 21st generation to keep the politicians in check. I think if the politicians know that they are vulnerable it would be a wonderful checks and balances system. No more free cake for them!

  • Equalrevolution

    I’m all for equality. I appreciate people exposing bachman for the bitch she is but there are bigger fish to fry w/Obama, Gingrich or Romney who are perfectly fine with letting free speech, protest, or the right to due process come into sabotage when arrested or “detained” without evidence or trial burning the bill of rights and constitution yet more people are concerned with marriage/education/healthcare should be governed? What good are any of those things coming from a corrupted dictatorship instead of presidential? They want absolute control taken away from congress forming these select few “SUPER COMITTEES”, “Fema camps” are set up, and are physically assaulting and arresting people for the OCCUPY protests, one guy was put in the hospital, another woman peppersprayed in the eyes…This is AMERICA and wether u agree with what they are protesting about or not it’s their right to be there as long as they want preaching what they want if the likes of Westboro baptist church can protest at the funerals of my fellow marines. We need Ron Paul elected so we show our government they’re being way too arrogant and pissing off too many people this time. Revolution! Dare to truly end foreign wars and actually fight for your own civil liberties before you sacrifice your own and send your troops to “liberate” other countries. Ron Paul was only one in a handful that voted against this recent bill that took more of our civil liberties away…It’s a pathetic holiday season in America, but there is a movement for Ron Paul that’s stronger than what the media allows people to see…they’re scared of losing their grip on the brainwashed zombies in this country who favor the “establishment’ as people are calling it lately…We’re fucked if u don’t vote Ron Paul!

  • Anonymous

    I love these people. If I weren’t so for Ron Paul, I’d pencil in Australia’s Julian Assange in next election.

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, the guy who can’t figure out who was writing all of those racist articles in his newsletter, for years, under his name, in the first person — he’d make an awesome President.

  • wesmantoddshaw

    I love these people. If I weren’t so for Ron Paul, I’d pencil in Australia’s Julian Assange in next election.

    • ElRonbo

      Yeah, the guy who can’t figure out who was writing all of those racist articles in his newsletter, for years, under his name, in the first person — he’d make an awesome President.

  • Elhilan

    guys I feel you are playing an important role in the evolution of mankind and the elimination of corruption, but eliminating forgiveness is, unfortunately, not part of the evolved world of future that is paradise. yes, be firm, yes, be assertive, yes, hold people accountable, but please maintain compassion and help those who are stuck in negative/destructive behavioral patterns to adapt in ways that contribute to the whole in a beneficial manner.

    • Anonomoose s

      We understand this which is exactly why we urge the people to protest non violently however the fact remains that you can not fix a broken system through hugs.

  • Elhilan

    guys I feel you are playing an important role in the evolution of mankind and the elimination of corruption, but eliminating forgiveness is, unfortunately, not part of the evolved world of future that is paradise. yes, be firm, yes, be assertive, yes, hold people accountable, but please maintain compassion and help those who are stuck in negative/destructive behavioral patterns to adapt in ways that contribute to the whole in a beneficial manner.

    • Anonomoose s

      We understand this which is exactly why we urge the people to protest non violently however the fact remains that you can not fix a broken system through hugs.

  • http://profiles.google.com/damotclese Too Much

    Love seeing Anonymous doing the job that the United Nations is supposed to be doing. Why are we spending tax dollars to fund the UN when they don’t impose sanctions against the Christian terrorists and Wall Street traitors that commit war crimes and treason?

    • Franktruth

      Christian terrorists? Where – Sudan, Communist China, Cuba, North Korea, Iran, Egypt, Pakistan, Indonesia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Algeria, Vietnam, Laos, India, Nepal, Columbia, Yemen, the Maldives? In all those nations Christians have been beaten, robbed, raped, tortured, murdered and executed simply because they are Christians. The United Nations backed Lumumba’s mad slaughter of Congolese Christians in 1960. I agree the United Nations is not worthy of one red cent of taxpayer money, but not because they are soft on Christian terrorism.

      And it sounds like the NDAA may be used against the “Christian terrorists” in this country once the Technocracy proponents take over the military and the DOJ.

      http://www.persecution.com/

    • Franktruth

      Christian terrorists? Where – Sudan, Communist China, Cuba, North Korea, Iran, Egypt, Pakistan, Indonesia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Algeria, Vietnam, Laos, India, Nepal, Columbia, Yemen, the Maldives? In all those nations Christians have been beaten, robbed, raped, tortured, murdered and executed simply because they are Christians. The United Nations backed Lumumba’s mad slaughter of Congolese Christians in 1960. I agree the United Nations is not worthy of one red cent of taxpayer money, but not because they are soft on Christian terrorism.

      And it sounds like the NDAA may be used against the “Christian terrorists” in this country once the Technocracy proponents take over the military and the DOJ.

      http://www.persecution.com/

  • Anonymous Guest

    Anonyous, how about showing some women in that graphic otherwise love it!!!

    • Anon

      if anonymous had a gender then they would no longer be anonymous now would they?
      imbecile.

  • Anonymous Guest

    Anonyous, how about showing some women in that graphic otherwise love it!!!

    • Anon

      if anonymous had a gender then they would no longer be anonymous now would they?
      imbecile.

  • http://twitter.com/RateDermatology Rate Dermatologist

    Info dump? there are wiki’s that produce more info

    • Anonymous

      Dragging in family members and publishing home phone numbers, that’s just childish. Contributors – already in the public record if its over, I think, $250. Promises made, promises broken – already out there. While this bill is awful, and Anonymous has done some good stuff, this is a lame move. You really think forcing someone to change their cell number will make them bite the hand that feeds them?

  • http://twitter.com/RateDermatology Rate Dermatologist

    Info dump? there are wiki’s that produce more info

  • Paulfenn

    I disagree. It is perfect action – civil, simple, illustrative.

  • Paulfenn

    I disagree. It is perfect action – civil, simple, illustrative.

  • Legerdemain5

    You have to use tweet, most of us older folks dont tweet. Good luck. Occupy Elk Has Your Back. You guys should probably start trying to get your cities money out of the banks into a local Credit Union or Community Bank

  • Legerdemain5

    You have to use tweet, most of us older folks dont tweet. Good luck. Occupy Elk Has Your Back. You guys should probably start trying to get your cities money out of the banks into a local Credit Union or Community Bank

  • ElRonbo

    Dragging in family members and publishing home phone numbers, that’s just childish. Contributors – already in the public record if its over, I think, $250. Promises made, promises broken – already out there. While this bill is awful, and Anonymous has done some good stuff, this is a lame move. You really think forcing someone to change their cell number will make them bite the hand that feeds them?

  • Tomc5

    Post public information, oh noes.

  • Tomc5

    Post public information, oh noes.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001580445648 Karl Destroyerofworlds William

    Anonymous you guys are genius

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001580445648 Karl Destroyerofworlds William

    Anonymous you guys are genius

  • Cpu Write

    Best to concentrate on the future, which we can influence to some extent, rather than the past, which can’t be changed. We need to start organizing. We need to go into the primary campaign of EVERY member of Congress who voted for this disgusting, hypocritical excuse for a law and make sure the statement is made and the question is asked:

    This law is unconstitutional. It stands against the heart of American freedom. Are you going to sponsor a repeal,and, if not, why should any real American vote for you?

  • Cpu Write

    Best to concentrate on the future, which we can influence to some extent, rather than the past, which can’t be changed. We need to start organizing. We need to go into the primary campaign of EVERY member of Congress who voted for this disgusting, hypocritical excuse for a law and make sure the statement is made and the question is asked:

    This law is unconstitutional. It stands against the heart of American freedom. Are you going to sponsor a repeal,and, if not, why should any real American vote for you?

  • Anonymous

    Something is very very strange: 86 out of 100 elected senators supported the bill… that’s pretty much the government. The elected government. Somebody someplace must think this idea is somehow worth it… I wonder what argument they use. I’d really like to see a well developed statement in support of the bill that addresses what seems to be a serious downside as well as some totally serious upside that compensates.

  • gberke

    Something is very very strange: 86 out of 100 elected senators supported the bill… that’s pretty much the government. The elected government. Somebody someplace must think this idea is somehow worth it… I wonder what argument they use. I’d really like to see a well developed statement in support of the bill that addresses what seems to be a serious downside as well as some totally serious upside that compensates.

  • Zzzzzzz

    So dumb…

    The headline should be: Anonymous uses Google to Google Public Officials

    Whooooop dee doooo! What amazing hackers!

    • Anonomoose s

      It’s not hacking you twat its publishing information.

  • Zzzzzzz

    So dumb…

    The headline should be: Anonymous uses Google to Google Public Officials

    Whooooop dee doooo! What amazing hackers!

    • Anonomoose s

      It’s not hacking you twat its publishing information.

  • Vmassey

    Thank you for being a voice of reason amid all the denial among the Obamabots on this issue. The possibly mortal wounding of the Bill of Rights is too great a tragedy to handle alone. Your posts have helped bolster me.

  • Vmassey

    Thank you for being a voice of reason amid all the denial among the Obamabots on this issue. The possibly mortal wounding of the Bill of Rights is too great a tragedy to handle alone. Your posts have helped bolster me.

  • DragonLady

    Al Franken did not, in fact, vote for the final bill. He did vote for a previous draft, saying he hoped it would be improved, which it was not.

  • Anonymous

    Love what you’re dong

  • taylorjanegreen

    Love what you’re doing – BUT BEWARE that using phrases like “Never Forgive” is a part of the darkness and indeed the darkness WANTS this type of VIBRATION to feed itself with – those who truly lie behind this situation, see http://youtu.be/v0TkqrKtTLs IF YOU REALLY CARE and WANT TO MEET this like a truly SUCCESSFUL Gandhi or Martin Luther – SEE http://www.thrivemovement.com/ the Movie THRIVE – THAT is the way to truly BE THE DIFFERENCE AND “fight” this – other than that you are still just part of the problem and playing RIGHT into their hands – good luck, I admire your courage and chutzpah BUT DON’T WASTE IT!

  • Support Rose Welsh

    Rose Welsh, take the lead, you are so right, these people talk the talk, lets now see action. WALK the WALK and bring these people of power down..

  • Support Rose Welsh

    Rose Welsh, take the lead, you are so right, these people talk the talk, lets now see action. WALK the WALK and bring these people of power down..

  • Jurgenlinder

    Rose Welsh – they are damn scared right now – trust me on that #V.

  • Nikkie_elliott

    Amen to that statement

  • Nikkie_elliott

    Amen to that statement

  • Sakai

    Protesting makes you a terrorist. When will they stop crossing the line? Never. Soon you will be a terrorist for complaining about it on any site. How will you draw the line against this?

    • Xander Arena

      This is the power of this act… soon, anybody with notions of dissent may be detained. If I claim that the towers were allowed to fall, just as the u.s.s. Arizona was allowed to sink, does that make me a terrorist?

      It very well may. What a tragic state of affairs. What amount of money could have possibly made this ok to these people (our voting constituents)….

  • Sakai

    Protesting makes you a terrorist. When will they stop crossing the line? Never. Soon you will be a terrorist for complaining about it on any site. How will you draw the line against this?

    • Xander Arena

      This is the power of this act… soon, anybody with notions of dissent may be detained. If I claim that the towers were allowed to fall, just as the u.s.s. Arizona was allowed to sink, does that make me a terrorist?

      It very well may. What a tragic state of affairs. What amount of money could have possibly made this ok to these people (our voting constituents)….

  • Terry Bromm

    They are doing more than anyone else. This information is gold. get off you ass and use it. Make sure everyone named is followed constantly. Make sure they never go anywhere with out a shadow. Make them paranoid. Like the republicans said in 2009 about the democrats; make them afraid to leave their house. Never let up never let them have peace. Make them look over their shoulder every second. crash their web sites. Call them constantly. Make it impossible for them to conduct
    business. Fill their mail boxes with your thoughts and let them know how fond you are of them, while your at it remind them who they ate lunch with and what they ate at lunch. Make sure they know they are being followed and watched. Don’t sit there complaining get up and do something. One person can not do it all. But hundreds working in shifts can drive them insane. Be creative.

  • Terry Bromm

    They are doing more than anyone else. This information is gold. get off you ass and use it. Make sure everyone named is followed constantly. Make sure they never go anywhere with out a shadow. Make them paranoid. Like the republicans said in 2009 about the democrats; make them afraid to leave their house. Never let up never let them have peace. Make them look over their shoulder every second. crash their web sites. Call them constantly. Make it impossible for them to conduct
    business. Fill their mail boxes with your thoughts and let them know how fond you are of them, while your at it remind them who they ate lunch with and what they ate at lunch. Make sure they know they are being followed and watched. Don’t sit there complaining get up and do something. One person can not do it all. But hundreds working in shifts can drive them insane. Be creative.

  • http://twitter.com/swordbypen Weapon M D

    You are all too late, whilst you were all watching SOPA and NDAA the government had passed a bill banning all U.S citizens from growing and trading food even from their own homes,… wont enforce it you say, already dragging people from shops and houses “ON VIDEO” America is now officially the most communist country in the world, worse than china, marshal law under NDAA , internet censorship under SOPA and govt control of all food, same as King John, The french Nobles etc etc.

    You are too late to fight, your big mouth patriot groups with their Guns ……nothing, the KKK who mostly live in the south growing their own food being pissed on by a black man…….. nothing, all the big mouth rap artists i’ll shoot you if you even speak to me badly plastic gangsters…….. nothing. Your country is finished their is no one will the balls to start a civil war. The rest of the world must use the downfall and end of America to see what is coming, perhaps they can put down the NAZIS before it gets that far in their country.

  • http://twitter.com/swordbypen Weapon M D

    You are all too late, whilst you were all watching SOPA and NDAA the government had passed a bill banning all U.S citizens from growing and trading food even from their own homes,… wont enforce it you say, already dragging people from shops and houses “ON VIDEO” America is now officially the most communist country in the world, worse than china, marshal law under NDAA , internet censorship under SOPA and govt control of all food, same as King John, The french Nobles etc etc.

    You are too late to fight, your big mouth patriot groups with their Guns ……nothing, the KKK who mostly live in the south growing their own food being pissed on by a black man…….. nothing, all the big mouth rap artists i’ll shoot you if you even speak to me badly plastic gangsters…….. nothing. Your country is finished their is no one will the balls to start a civil war. The rest of the world must use the downfall and end of America to see what is coming, perhaps they can put down the NAZIS before it gets that far in their country.

  • Linko58

    Anonymous i salute you. And am proud to help you spread your excellent hard work of exposing these criminals that are trying to conquer humanity.Liberty is growing in leaps and bounds and largely in part by you

  • Linko58

    Anonymous i salute you. And am proud to help you spread your excellent hard work of exposing these criminals that are trying to conquer humanity.Liberty is growing in leaps and bounds and largely in part by you

  • Spanky McShitsalot

    Ha! Good! Thanks anonymous!

  • Spanky McShitsalot

    Ha! Good! Thanks anonymous!

  • Sean

    I think these guys are the only people with enough know-how to stand up the bureaucracy anymore. Way to stick it to these Fascists! I don’t have enough praise for Anonymous.

  • Sean

    I think these guys are the only people with enough know-how to stand up the bureaucracy anymore. Way to stick it to these Fascists! I don’t have enough praise for Anonymous.

  • Scarymee-laughing

    well done anonymous.. now to get the info out there.

  • Scarymee-laughing

    well done anonymous.. now to get the info out there.

  • http://www.facebook.com/KeaseyScott Scott Keasey

    Of course Obama signed it. He promised change and that’s what you’re getting. Change for the very fucking worse.

  • http://www.facebook.com/KeaseyScott Scott Keasey

    Of course Obama signed it. He promised change and that’s what you’re getting. Change for the very fucking worse.

  • Peacefroggylover

    WE ARE ANONYMOUS. The point of that group is that we are all part of it. If you want something done, why not get off your ass and do something, instead of complain when someone else doesn’t do it to your standards?

  • Peacefroggylover

    WE ARE ANONYMOUS. The point of that group is that we are all part of it. If you want something done, why not get off your ass and do something, instead of complain when someone else doesn’t do it to your standards?

  • http://www.facebook.com/DAWNIFFER Dawn Richards

    ANON HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT ISLAM??? IT IS TRYING TO TAKE OVER AMERICA…??? DO YOU SUPPORT IT???? AND IF NOT HOW ARE YOU GOING TO RAISE AWARENESS SO IT DOESN’T COME TO AMERICA????

    • Anonomoose s

      WTF?

  • http://www.facebook.com/DAWNIFFER Dawn Richards

    ANON HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT ISLAM??? IT IS TRYING TO TAKE OVER AMERICA…??? DO YOU SUPPORT IT???? AND IF NOT HOW ARE YOU GOING TO RAISE AWARENESS SO IT DOESN’T COME TO AMERICA????

    • Anonomoose s

      WTF?

  • Anonymous

    Unverified rumor as of yet. Started on FB, then sent to Oath-Keepers, but even the latter admits they’re looking for details/info to verify the validity. There’s gonna be so much misinfo flying around (more than past decade) as paranoia grows… or is the goal to grow paranoia?? I get confused w/ all the cointelpro myself.

  • spunkalunk

    Unverified rumor as of yet. Started on FB, then sent to Oath-Keepers, but even the latter admits they’re looking for details/info to verify the validity. There’s gonna be so much misinfo flying around (more than past decade) as paranoia grows… or is the goal to grow paranoia?? I get confused w/ all the cointelpro myself.

  • Revolutionnow

    computer hacking takes time, if you folks want to see some action get off your lazy asses, plan and execute an action your self and quit your bitching.

  • Revolutionnow

    computer hacking takes time, if you folks want to see some action get off your lazy asses, plan and execute an action your self and quit your bitching.

  • M Rocha_k

    Awsome! love it! keep up the work..hurry before SOPA tries to sensor you!

  • M Rocha_k

    Awsome! love it! keep up the work..hurry before SOPA tries to sensor you!

  • http://twitter.com/WatchFrogsBoil WatchingFrogsBoil

    Charge Congress with Seditious Conspiracy!

    Regardless of whether Bushbama signs the NDAA, charge Congress with Seditious Conspiracy for passing it:

    1. Sections 1031 and 1032 were renumbered to 1021 and 1022 in the final wording of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 (the “NDAA”). Here is the final wording (PDF page 81 of 371):

    http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CREC-2011-12-12/pdf/CREC-2011-12-12-pt1-PgH8356-5.pdf

    2. PLEASE read constitutional lawyer Glen Greenwald’s explanation of that final wording here:

    http://www.salon.com/2011/12/16/three_myths_about_the_detention_bill/singleton/

    3. Use NaSI SARs to charge Carl Levin, Howard “Buck” McKeon and your U.S. Representative and Senators who voted for NDAA (S.1867/H.R.1540) with “Seditious Conspiracy” under U.S. Code Title 18 Part I Chapter 115 Section 2384. Details here:

    http://corporategreedchronicles.com/

    DON’T BE AFRAID TO FIGHT CORPORATE FASCISM AND FIGHT IT ***NOW*** AMERICA!

    DON’T LET YOUR FEAR COST YOUR CHILDREN THEIR FREEDOM AND THEIR FUTURE!

    • Mvwindsor

      This is a great idea. A legal avenue through which to fight an illegal action… so how do we go about actually doing it? Where is the website where I sign up as a plaintiff? Once we get everyone who is interested to file as a plaintiff, how do we take it to the Supreme Court? Are you working on getting a legal advisory team together?

  • http://twitter.com/WatchFrogsBoil WatchingFrogsBoil

    Charge Congress with Seditious Conspiracy!

    Regardless of whether Bushbama signs the NDAA, charge Congress with Seditious Conspiracy for passing it:

    1. Sections 1031 and 1032 were renumbered to 1021 and 1022 in the final wording of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 (the “NDAA”). Here is the final wording (PDF page 81 of 371):

    http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CREC-2011-12-12/pdf/CREC-2011-12-12-pt1-PgH8356-5.pdf

    2. PLEASE read constitutional lawyer Glen Greenwald’s explanation of that final wording here:

    http://www.salon.com/2011/12/16/three_myths_about_the_detention_bill/singleton/

    3. Use NaSI SARs to charge Carl Levin, Howard “Buck” McKeon and your U.S. Representative and Senators who voted for NDAA (S.1867/H.R.1540) with “Seditious Conspiracy” under U.S. Code Title 18 Part I Chapter 115 Section 2384. Details here:

    http://corporategreedchronicles.com/

    DON’T BE AFRAID TO FIGHT CORPORATE FASCISM AND FIGHT IT ***NOW*** AMERICA!

    DON’T LET YOUR FEAR COST YOUR CHILDREN THEIR FREEDOM AND THEIR FUTURE!

    • Mvwindsor

      This is a great idea. A legal avenue through which to fight an illegal action… so how do we go about actually doing it? Where is the website where I sign up as a plaintiff? Once we get everyone who is interested to file as a plaintiff, how do we take it to the Supreme Court? Are you working on getting a legal advisory team together?

  • Anonomoose s

    It was done so people can act. So that it becomes public knowledge of where they live, how they live and how to REACH them. I don’t know of many people who would be industrious enough to find it themselves. Politicians like to hide behind the “no one cares enough” factor. We merely removed a road block between the people in power and the people as a whole. So now instead of randomly bitching about how unfair something is people who actually are interested in stopping it can go right on ahead and rally near the home or office of the person in question.
    To Rose Welsh:
    .”DO SOMETHING BIG! Turn off the lights and power to the building where they are voting on crap like this bill. Shut them down. Info dumps go nowhere. Wipe their computers at work and home. Find a way to take over a tv broadcast and show damning video of them. Make it big, make is supremely bold and do it soon. They are not afraid of you yet. Make them terrified.”

    Unfortunately acting to the extreme without trying the power of the people first is NOT in anyone’s best interest. If Anonymous were to do that we’d not be acting in the best interest of the public and would merely be strong arming it. And isn’t that what your government does already? Rose Welsh if you feel so strongly (and I rather like it) why not take an active role?

  • Anonomoose s

    It was done so people can act. So that it becomes public knowledge of where they live, how they live and how to REACH them. I don’t know of many people who would be industrious enough to find it themselves. Politicians like to hide behind the “no one cares enough” factor. Anonymous removed a road block between the people in power and the people as a whole. So now instead of randomly bitching about how unfair something is people who actually are interested in stopping it can go right on ahead and rally near the home or office of the person in question.
    To Rose Welsh:
    .”DO SOMETHING BIG! Turn off the lights and power to the building where they are voting on crap like this bill. Shut them down. Info dumps go nowhere. Wipe their computers at work and home. Find a way to take over a tv broadcast and show damning video of them. Make it big, make is supremely bold and do it soon. They are not afraid of you yet. Make them terrified.”

    It’s not anonymous they should be afraid of.. It’s the people. Unfortunately acting to the extreme without trying the power of the people first is NOT in anyone’s best interest. If Anonymous were to do that they would not be acting in the best interest of the public and would merely be strong arming it. And isn’t that what your government does already? Rose Welsh if you feel so strongly (and I rather like it) why not take an active role?

  • Msgmoney7

    maybe sit on their lawns and lets get personal…

  • Msgmoney7

    maybe sit on their lawns and lets get personal…

  • 1banditusa

    Information is useless by itself, alone. Action on information is powerful stuff. These idiots that were voted in should never hold public office ever again. They can, should and will be voted out. Everyone one of them took an “oath” to uphold the Constitution…to defend us against ALL enemies, foreign and domestic. They are the true enemies and need to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. And there is a way to do this…legally…in court. Listen to this man’s radio show, he has the answers on how to punish these bastards, and how to defend yourself if you get into trouble. His name is Rod Class…his website is rodclass.com. Learn what he has to teach us. I have been following him now for several months, he knows what he is talking about, I am learning all he has to teach me. Learn how to use their own rules against them and we can start to win the battles, and eventually the war. These bastards took an oath,…according to Title 8 USC 1481, they lose their citizenship and become foreign agents. Look up F.A.R.A on the Dept. of Justice website, They must be registered as a foreign agent. Listen to Rod Class, he will teach you this and we can overcome them with their own rules, laws, codes, and procedures. Information is a powerful weapon, if it is used properly in the right hands.

  • 1banditusa

    Information is useless by itself, alone. Action on information is powerful stuff. These idiots that were voted in should never hold public office ever again. They can, should and will be voted out. Everyone one of them took an “oath” to uphold the Constitution…to defend us against ALL enemies, foreign and domestic. They are the true enemies and need to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. And there is a way to do this…legally…in court. Listen to this man’s radio show, he has the answers on how to punish these bastards, and how to defend yourself if you get into trouble. His name is Rod Class…his website is rodclass.com. Learn what he has to teach us. I have been following him now for several months, he knows what he is talking about, I am learning all he has to teach me. Learn how to use their own rules against them and we can start to win the battles, and eventually the war. These bastards took an oath,…according to Title 8 USC 1481, they lose their citizenship and become foreign agents. Look up F.A.R.A on the Dept. of Justice website, They must be registered as a foreign agent. Listen to Rod Class, he will teach you this and we can overcome them with their own rules, laws, codes, and procedures. Information is a powerful weapon, if it is used properly in the right hands.

  • Guest

    Well done, this is the start. If things start getting crazy with OWS, proper actions can be taken to fight back. I want to know the crippling information that julian assange knows.

  • Tim

    I support Anonymous, but the Pac and financial information is public information, or would be soon. opensecrets.org and other sites give this information out. The private info is another story.

  • Alicia

    Come to DC on January 17th for Occupy Congress….we can’t wait until spring – here’s how to get there…..

    http://congress.occupybus.com/

  • Alicia

    Come to DC on January 17th for Occupy Congress….we can’t wait until spring – here’s how to get there…..

    http://congress.occupybus.com/

  • Antievrything4u2

    not really a retaliation, that will come from the people who know what to do with this useful information. but useful it is. people would be wise to use what ever info they have to create meaningful action.

  • Antievrything4u2

    not really a retaliation, that will come from the people who know what to do with this useful information. but useful it is. people would be wise to use what ever info they have to create meaningful action.

  • AnonRocket

    Don’t worry about the negative comments. Just counter-PR agents posing as public. Great work – awesome activism!!!!

  • AnonRocket

    Don’t worry about the negative comments. Just counter-PR agents posing as public. Great work – awesome activism!!!!

  • http://thestoryofagirl.com storygirl

    I hope some keep an eye on this next election process. If one could even stop the cheating, that’d be sweet. Just an idea!

  • http://thestoryofagirl.com storygirl

    I hope some keep an eye on this next election process. If one could even stop the cheating, that’d be sweet. Just an idea!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003219776135 Xguy Xfawkes

    when #refref comes out in September, we should try to crash all the major web browsers after we download a non popular browser, making it so almost everyone but us loses the ability to browse the internet -XguyXfawkes

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003219776135 Xguy Xfawkes

    when #refref comes out in September, we should try to crash all the major web browsers after we download a non popular browser, making it so almost everyone but us loses the ability to browse the internet -XguyXfawkes

  • http://www.facebook.com/mickeylearn Mickey Allen Johnson

    Thanks Anonymous!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/mickeylearn Mickey Allen Johnson

    Thanks Anonymous!!

  • Iamlove11

    Geez Rose Welsh what r u doin to save the world..dam…

  • http://www.expozium.com/ ExpoZium

    I hand delivered in depth reports of This year’s National Defense Authorization Act directly to our local sheriff, and his deputies. I also directed them to the Agenda 21 information of which they were not aware, but certainly are now. I interviewed Kirk McKenzie who hosted the 8 sheriff panel in Northern California on United We Strike Radio last month. Kirk’s site is defendruralamerican.com Working together we have now added our county to the list of those that swore an oath to uphold our liberties under the Constitution. County by county folks. If you are one to take baby steps, then I hope you take fast ones. :) Blessings to all in the good fight, continue to follow the Light, it will lead us ALL to the Inherent truth that is in all things.

  • Iamlove11

    Geez Rose Welsh what r u doin to save the world..dam…

  • http://www.expozium.com/ ExpoZium

    I hand delivered in depth reports of This year’s National Defense Authorization Act directly to our local sheriff, and his deputies. I also directed them to the Agenda 21 information of which they were not aware, but certainly are now. I interviewed Kirk McKenzie who hosted the 8 sheriff panel in Northern California on United We Strike Radio last month. Kirk’s site is defendruralamerican.com Working together we have now added our county to the list of those that swore an oath to uphold our liberties under the Constitution. County by county folks. If you are one to take baby steps, then I hope you take fast ones. :) Blessings to all in the good fight, continue to follow the Light, it will lead us ALL to the Inherent truth that is in all things.

  • Usedtobesupermom

    LOVE IT!

  • Usedtobesupermom

    LOVE IT!

  • http://twitter.com/OhNoYouDint Chuckles Hotzenpfeff

    I had hopes for Anonymous. They’ve become Wikileaks Light?

  • Theresa

    Thank you – I will put all this information to good use!

  • Theresa

    Thank you – I will put all this information to good use!

  • Monolith

    Publish their Social Security numbers. Identiy theft sure would shake them up.

  • Monolith

    Publish their Social Security numbers. Identiy theft sure would shake them up.

  • pzd-

    Some of you go about bashing Anonymous for the videos and info dumps and for not being out doing something big. That is not the purpose of Anonymous. Anonymous’ purpose is to release the information to the public so YOU ALL will stop FEARING the government and stand up for YOURSELF. They are not here to hold your hand. It is time everyone steps away from holding each others hands and takes care of themselves. YOU are the only master of your own destiny.

  • pzd-

    Some of you go about bashing Anonymous for the videos and info dumps and for not being out doing something big. That is not the purpose of Anonymous. Anonymous’ purpose is to release the information to the public so YOU ALL will stop FEARING the government and stand up for YOURSELF. They are not here to hold your hand. It is time everyone steps away from holding each others hands and takes care of themselves. YOU are the only master of your own destiny.

  • Princess_anna_j

    Keep it up the NDAA is insidious & evil u can arrest anyone without trial. What happened to the American Constitution, Bill of Rights. There is no war on terror they were chasing a man in a cave for 10 years. There is a war on people’s rights. What about the FEMA concentration camps they set up on military bases. This is Nazi Germany. This is IIlumanti.

  • Princess_anna_j

    Keep it up the NDAA is insidious & evil u can arrest anyone without trial. What happened to the American Constitution, Bill of Rights. There is no war on terror they were chasing a man in a cave for 10 years. There is a war on people’s rights. What about the FEMA concentration camps they set up on military bases. This is Nazi Germany. This is IIlumanti.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1234780140 Patricia Speer

    These Ignorant Bastards, do have a clue of what we are capable of thanks for the references much love to all…………

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1234780140 Patricia Speer

    These Ignorant Bastards, do have a clue of what we are capable of thanks for the references much love to all…………

  • http://www.facebook.com/lelandlehrman Leland Lehrman

    Here’s a few more tidbits on Portman:
    Top campaign contributor:
    Elliott Management
    http://www.votesmart.org/candidate/campaign-finance/27008/rob-portman
    Who is Elliott Management, the vehicle for ubervulture Paul Singer
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliott_Management_Corporation
    Top US Vulture Fund. What do they do?
    http://vtdigger.org/2011/12/06/in-fedora-and-trench-coat-palast-exposes-%E2%80%9Cvultures%E2%80%9D-who-profit-from-crisis/
    http://www.gregpalast.com/vulture-fund-threat-to-third-world/

    ‘Palast is after very big game, powerful figures like Gulf Coast billionaire R. King Milling, banker and former chair of both British Petroleum and Goldman Sachs International Peter Sutherland, Michael Sheehan (a.k.a. Goldfinger), who made millions on Zambia’s debt, and “uber-vulture” Paul Singer, another billionaire who is currently helping Mitt Romney run for president.

    Why are they called vultures? The name was actually bestowed – “with admiration” – by their banks, Palast notes. “They are international repo men who seize control of the finances of some of the poorest nations on the planet. They get old debts and collect hundreds of times of what they have spent,” he explains.

    “The No. 1 U.S. vulture is Paul Singer, an economic advisor to Mitt Romney,” he noted in an interview with VTDigger.org.

    In Vultures’ Picnic, Palast reveals that Singer, also a top donor to the Republican Party, “picked up bonds with a face value printed on them of $100 million” during the Congo’s civil wars. He paid about $10 million, but won a judgment to collect $400 million.”

    Earlier, Singer also made a killing on Owens Corning, buying the company cheap after revelations that its asbestos plants were linked to worker deaths.

    “Simply by cutting the amount paid to the victims, he could boost the company’s value,” Palast explains. Over time legal and public attacks on the workers “chiseled away the compensation expected to be paid by the asbestos companies, boosting the firms’ net worth. Singer then flipped Corning, selling it for a neat billion-dollar profit.”

    But what drove Singer to go after Palast, he thinks, was his report “from the Congos (there are two nations in Africa called ‘Congo’) where there’s a cholera epidemic due to lack of clean water. Singer paid we’re told about $10 million for some ‘debt’ supposedly incurred by the Republic of Congo. Congo would pay the $10 million, but Singer had begun seizing about $400 million in the poor nation’s assets.”

    A recent call to the BBC in London from Singer’s office conveyed a simple but chilling message: We have a file on Greg Palast.

    “They really want to smear me and implied that a lawsuit was coming,” he says. “So, these are not minor players. Singer makes his money by literally killing babies, according to the former Deputy Secretary of the UN. And what Singer wants is Palast off the air.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/lelandlehrman Leland Lehrman

    Here’s a few more tidbits on Portman:
    Top campaign contributor:
    Elliott Management
    http://www.votesmart.org/candidate/campaign-finance/27008/rob-portman
    Who is Elliott Management, the vehicle for ubervulture Paul Singer
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliott_Management_Corporation
    Top US Vulture Fund. What do they do?
    http://vtdigger.org/2011/12/06/in-fedora-and-trench-coat-palast-exposes-%E2%80%9Cvultures%E2%80%9D-who-profit-from-crisis/
    http://www.gregpalast.com/vulture-fund-threat-to-third-world/

    ‘Palast is after very big game, powerful figures like Gulf Coast billionaire R. King Milling, banker and former chair of both British Petroleum and Goldman Sachs International Peter Sutherland, Michael Sheehan (a.k.a. Goldfinger), who made millions on Zambia’s debt, and “uber-vulture” Paul Singer, another billionaire who is currently helping Mitt Romney run for president.

    Why are they called vultures? The name was actually bestowed – “with admiration” – by their banks, Palast notes. “They are international repo men who seize control of the finances of some of the poorest nations on the planet. They get old debts and collect hundreds of times of what they have spent,” he explains.

    “The No. 1 U.S. vulture is Paul Singer, an economic advisor to Mitt Romney,” he noted in an interview with VTDigger.org.

    In Vultures’ Picnic, Palast reveals that Singer, also a top donor to the Republican Party, “picked up bonds with a face value printed on them of $100 million” during the Congo’s civil wars. He paid about $10 million, but won a judgment to collect $400 million.”

    Earlier, Singer also made a killing on Owens Corning, buying the company cheap after revelations that its asbestos plants were linked to worker deaths.

    “Simply by cutting the amount paid to the victims, he could boost the company’s value,” Palast explains. Over time legal and public attacks on the workers “chiseled away the compensation expected to be paid by the asbestos companies, boosting the firms’ net worth. Singer then flipped Corning, selling it for a neat billion-dollar profit.”

    But what drove Singer to go after Palast, he thinks, was his report “from the Congos (there are two nations in Africa called ‘Congo’) where there’s a cholera epidemic due to lack of clean water. Singer paid we’re told about $10 million for some ‘debt’ supposedly incurred by the Republic of Congo. Congo would pay the $10 million, but Singer had begun seizing about $400 million in the poor nation’s assets.”

    A recent call to the BBC in London from Singer’s office conveyed a simple but chilling message: We have a file on Greg Palast.

    “They really want to smear me and implied that a lawsuit was coming,” he says. “So, these are not minor players. Singer makes his money by literally killing babies, according to the former Deputy Secretary of the UN. And what Singer wants is Palast off the air.”

  • Rootedeye

    Dont give up Hope. It starts within you. Then its spreads and forms the world. Thanks for this info anon

  • Rootedeye

    Dont give up Hope. It starts within you. Then its spreads and forms the world. Thanks for this info anon

  • Everymaniam

    One thing – leave the info on children out. There are enough attacks on our children. Do not proclaim them guilty for the sins of their fathers.

  • Yo Ma Ma

    ron paul is a closet fascist with very frightening hidden agendas.

    DO NOT TRUST this libertarian wolf in liberal’s clothing :

    • Jumphrey

      spam flagged.

  • Seven

    Something really big would be like taking control over the main stream media broadcasts and letting the truth out about the matrix !!! perhaps let these traitors in the media sweat it out !!

  • Seven

    Something really big would be like taking control over the main stream media broadcasts and letting the truth out about the matrix !!! perhaps let these traitors in the media sweat it out !!

  • Stacia1969

    Wow, I was up all night researching my senators financials and deciphering all the banking jargon to find out exactly where his millions are coming from, and his corporate campaign contributions are NOTHING compared to the MILLIONS he has in CitiBank and Bank of America stock!! Talk about a conflict of interest! He is voting to use MY tax dollars to bailout the corporations who pad his stock portfolio!

    Why won’t Americans WAKE UP? We must stand together to end this! Of the 99%, I feel only 10% actually know what the hell is actually happening! Once they take our Internet, we are really screwed! I feel so overwhelmed that I am about to just crawl back in my cave, hunker down, cry and thank god I don’t have children who will have to endure this!

  • Stacia1969

    Wow, I was up all night researching my senators financials and deciphering all the banking jargon to find out exactly where his millions are coming from, and his corporate campaign contributions are NOTHING compared to the MILLIONS he has in CitiBank and Bank of America stock!! Talk about a conflict of interest! He is voting to use MY tax dollars to bailout the corporations who pad his stock portfolio!

    Why won’t Americans WAKE UP? We must stand together to end this! Of the 99%, I feel only 10% actually know what the hell is actually happening! Once they take our Internet, we are really screwed! I feel so overwhelmed that I am about to just crawl back in my cave, hunker down, cry and thank god I don’t have children who will have to endure this!

  • http://www.facebook.com/luna.croft.xbox Luna Croft

    Rose how is this useless – did you click the link in orange

    ” go see for yourself before SOPA gets pissed off.”

    House addresses, phone numbers, websites, emails to contact each of the 86 senators

    Now I have all the information for NY’s Senator and I will make sure she knows I am not happy

    :)

    Thanks anonymous!!!!!!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/luna.croft.xbox Luna Croft

    Rose how is this useless – did you click the link in orange

    ” go see for yourself before SOPA gets pissed off.”

    House addresses, phone numbers, websites, emails to contact each of the 86 senators

    Now I have all the information for NY’s Senator and I will make sure she knows I am not happy

    :)

    Thanks anonymous!!!!!!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/jedwalls Jedediah Walls

    From what I have seen, the NDAA has not been signed yet. Care to help me confirm this?

  • Anonymous1991july

    They will be terrified, it has just begun Rose Welsh :p

  • S. Riley

    Will Congress Expand The Defense Authorization Act To Include YOU as a “Covered Person?”

    It is problematic U.S. Government in the future will want to expand the scoop of Section 1021 in the passed Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (to include as “covered persons” for Indefinite Detention, not only persons “suspected of substantially supporting al-Qaeda or the Taliban; or their associated forces engaged in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners” (but add to the list of “covered persons” (other) alleged terrorists and organizations foreign or domestic. Currently what constitutes (1) a terrorist act, (2) supporting terrorists or (3) being a “Belligerent” is broadly vague and not clearly defined? For example, Americans attending a protest demonstration against a U.S. Policy or U.S. Military Action could be charged with all (three) under the Patriot Act and The Defense Authorization Act of 2012.

    Provisions in The Defense Authorization Act of 2012 govern the “Authority of the President and Armed Forces to Detain (Covered Persons) without trial pursuant to the (AUMF) Authorization for Use of Military Force.

    FYI: Glenn Greenwald recently wrote an article titled “Three myths about the detention bill” that deeply examine provisions of The Defense Authorization Act including wording that is broadly vague, that potentially could cause the indefinite incarceration of Americans without trial; and conflicting definitions of “Covered Persons” in provisions (A) & (B) of section 1021. You may read Glen Greenwald’s article at:
    http://www.salon.com/2011/12/16/three_myths_about_the_detention_bill/singleton/

    Is The Passed Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (retroactive) To Detain Americans?

    The Defense Authorization Act of 2012) appears more threatening to Americans than Hitler’s (1933 DISCRIMINATORY LAWS. Hitler’s laws set time limits that Germans could be incarcerated for e.g., Serious Disturbance of the Peace and Rioting. But Senators Carl Levin and John McCain’s bill broadly mandates holding Americans indefinitely in Military Custody for being a “Belligerent.”

    Why should anyone be surprised President Obama insisted on indefinite detentions of U.S. Citizens in The Defense Authorization Act? It was widely known that Obama gave a speech in May 2010 at a Security Conference that proposed, incarcerating anyone in indefinite detention without evidence of wrongdoing that government deemed a “combatant” or likely to engage or support a violent act in the future; including U.S. Citizens.

    Now that Obama has signed The National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, Obama like Hitler, will have the power to arrest members of Congress, drag U.S. Citizens off the street and from their homes to be imprisoned indefinitely based only on Government’s premise someone is a “Combatant” or Belligerent” having or likely to engage in or support a violent act in the future or do something that (might) threaten National Security.

    Now that Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, could millions of lawful U.S. activists be subject to indefinite military detention. When you examine Obama’s May 2010 speech, it appears Obama wanted (retroactive power) to incarcerate anyone that government alleged had (prior) committed or supported violent acts on the premise he or she is likely to engage in or support violent acts in the future: some U.S. activists may be vulnerable because no activist knows what other activists or groups they associated or networked did in the past or might do illegally in the future domestically or overseas. U.S. Government need (only allege) a person; group, organization current or former inmate—has committed or might commit a violent act or threaten U.S. National Security to order Indefinite Detention of Americans in military custody with no evidence whatsoever.

    Historically when countries have passed police state laws like S.1867, many Citizens abstain from politically speaking out; visiting activists websites or writing comments that might be deemed inappropriate by the Government, i.e. cause someone to be investigated or detained in Military Custody. Are some writers dead-meat with Obama’s signing of S. 1867? It is foreseeable any “American” who writes on the Internet or verbally express an opinion against any entity of U.S. Government or its coalition partners may under the Patriot Act and The Defense Authorization Act of 2012 be deemed by U.S. authorities a “Combatant or Belligerent” or someone likely to engage in, support or provoke violent acts or threaten National Security. U.S. Government can too easily allege an author’s writings inspired Combatant(s) or Belligerent(s) in the past; could in the future or currently, to order an author’s indefinite military detention.

    It is problematic that indefinitely detained U.S. Citizens not involved in terrorism or hostile activities, not given Miranda Warnings or allowed legal counsel that are interrogated, will be prosecuted for non-terrorist (ordinary crimes) because of their (alleged admissions) while held in Indefinite Military Detention. Obama will have the power to override the U.S. Constitution. Obama will have the power to detain indefinitely any American without probable cause or evidence. What American will dare speak out against the U.S. government now that Obama has signed The Defense Authorization Act of 2012.

    Obama appears to be centralizing the power of federal Government, by getting legislation passed that U.S. government can potentially use to intimidate and threaten any individual or corporation. Hitler got passed similar laws shortly before the burning of the German Parliament building blamed on the communists: immediately after the fire, Hitler used his prior passed police-state laws to coerce corporations and influential Citizens to support passage of fascist legislation e.g., the (1933 DISCRIMINATORY LAWS / DECREE OF THE REICH PRESIDENT FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE PEOPLE AND STATE that suspended provisions of the German Constitution that protected Citizens’ freedoms and civil liberties. Senators Carl Levin and John McCain’s (Defense Authorization Act of 2012) appears more threatening to Americans than Hitler’ (1933 DISCRIMINATORY LAWS. Hitler’s laws set time limits that Germans could be incarcerated for e.g., Serious Disturbance of the Peace and Rioting. But Senators Carl Levin (D) and John McCain’s ® bill broadly mandates holding Americans indefinitely in Military Custody for being a Combatant or Belligerent. A U.S. Police State Government can use The Defense Authorization Act; and Patriot Act that includes more than 350 civil asset forfeiture laws to threaten or seize the assets of any corporation or individual; to strong-arm U.S. corporations, institutions and others to support government actions including passage of more Police State (Fascist) legislation that will intimidate, threaten and curtail the civil liberties of Americans.

    Immediately Below: compare The 1933 Nazi Decrees with Senators Carl Levin and John McCain’s National Defense Authorization Act of 2012.

    1933. ROBL. I 83.

    DECREE OF THE REICH PRESIDENT FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE PEOPLE AND STATE

    Note: Based on translations by State Department, National Socialism, 1942 PP. 215-17, and Pollak, J.K., and Heneman, H.J., The Hitler Decrees, (1934), pp. 10-11.7

    In virtue of Section 48 (2) of the German Constitution, the following is decreed as a defensive measure against Communist acts of Violence, endangering the state:

    Section 1
    Sections 114, 115, 117, 118, 123, 124, and 153 of the Constitution of the German Reich are suspended until further notice. Thus, restrictions on personal liberty, on the right of free expression of opinion, including freedom of the press, on the right of assembly and the right of association, and violations of the privacy of postal, telegraphic, and telephonic communications, and warrants for house-searches, orders for confiscations as well as restrictions on property, are also permissible beyond the legal limits otherwise prescribed.

    Section 2
    If in a state the measures necessary for the restoration of public security and order are not taken, the Reich Government may temporarily take over the powers of the highest state authority.

    Section 4
    Whoever provokes, or appeals for or incites to the disobedience of the orders given out by the supreme state authorities or the authorities subject to then for the execution of this decree, or the orders given by the Reich Government according to Section 2, is punishable—insofar as the deed, is not covered by the decree with more severe punishment and with imprisonment of not less that one month, or with a fine from 150 up to 15,000 Reichsmarks.

    Whoever endangers human life by violating Section 1, is to be punished by sentence to a penitentiary, under mitigating circumstances with imprisonment of not less than six months and, when violation causes the death of a person, with death, under mitigating circumstances with a penitentiary sentence of not less that two years. In addition the sentence my include confiscation of property.

    Whoever provokes an inciter to or act contrary to public welfare is to be punished with a penitentiary sentence, under mitigating circumstances, with imprisonment of not less than three months.

    Section 5
    The crimes which under the Criminal Code are punishable with penitentiary for life are to be punished with death: i.e., in Sections 81 (high treason), 229 (poisoning), 306 (arson), 311 (explosion), 312 (floods), 315, paragraph 2 (damage to railroad properties, 324 (general poisoning).
    Insofar as a more severe punishment has not been previously provided for, the following are punishable with death or with life imprisonment or with imprisonment not to exceed 15 years:

    1. Anyone who undertakes to kill the Reich President or a member or a commissioner of the Reich Government or of a state government, or provokes to such a killing, or agrees to commit it, or accepts such an offer, or conspires with another for such a murder;
    2. Anyone who under Section 115 (2) of the Criminal Code (serious rioting) or of Section 125 (2) of the Criminal Code (serious disturbance of the peace) commits the act with arms or cooperates consciously and intentionally with an armed person;
    3. Anyone who commits a kidnapping under Section 239 of the Criminal with the intention of making use of the kidnapped person as a hostage in the political struggle.

    Section 6
    This decree enters in force on the day of its promulgation.

    Reich President
    Reich Chancellor
    Reich Minister of the Interior
    Reich Minister of Justice

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/John-McCarthy/1430411966 John McCarthy

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      Dear Mr. McCarthy:

      Thank you for your continued interest in the detention authorities that are part of National Defense Authorization Act. I understand that this is an important issue to you, so I am writing to update you on the status of the legislation and my effort to help defend Americans’ constitutional right to due process.

      As you know, the defense bill contains a provision authorizing the U.S. government to detain suspected terrorists until the end of hostilities. Although the defense bill calls for periodic reviews of their detention, I strongly oppose this detention provision. In our democracy, due process is a fundamental right, and it protects us from being indefinitely detained by the government without charge.

      For this reason, I offered an amendment to the defense bill to prohibit the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens without charge or trial. Unfortunately, on December 1, 2011, this amendment failed by a vote of 45 – 55.

      However, I did sponsor a compromise amendment that passed the Senate by a vote of 99 – 1 stating that the defense bill should not be read as providing any new detention authorities of U.S. citizens. Although I would have preferred to have restricted the government’s ability to detain U.S. citizens without charge, this compromise at least ensures that the defense bill does not expand the government’s authority in this area. As you may know, this amendment was included as section 1021(e) of the final version of the legislation as approved by Congress.

      Despite my longstanding opposition to the detention provisions, I voted in favor of the legislation. I did so because it ensures that our troops deployed around the world have the equipment, resources, and training they need to defend our nation.

      Please know that I remain dedicated to helping ensure that our detention authorities are consistent with our Constitution and our values. Accordingly, I introduced the “Due Process Guarantee Act of 2011″ (S. 2003) on December 15, 2011. This bill states that a Congressional authorization for the use of military force does not authorize the indefinite detention—without charge or trial—of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents who are apprehended domestically. The bill clarifies that such detention authority only exists in cases where the Congress specifically provides it, unlike the current situation where the general language of the Authorization for the Use of Military Force against al Qaeda is interpreted by some as providing detention authority. For your reference, I have attached a copy of the bill, and I ask for your support as it proceeds in the Senate Judiciary Committee and hopefully to the Senate Floor.

      Again, I am pleased that you remain engaged in this important issue. Like you, I am a firm believer in our constitutional rights, and I will continue my efforts to protect them. If you have any additional comments or questions, please do not hesitate to contact my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 224-3841.

      Wishing you a happy 2012.

      Sincerely yours,

      Dianne Feinstein
      United States Senator
      John McCarthy

      4:21 PM (42 minutes ago)

      Dear Senator Feinstein,

      If I am arrested and accused of supporting anti-American ideals because of the content of my website, the 3,000,000 site visitors from around the world will see my indefinite detention as a hypocritical bite out of the First Amendment. What ever happened to: “Congress shall make no law…..” ?

      Truth is Free! But will I be allowed a lawyer, bail and the Right to know what specific crimes I have been accused of? If not, 26,000,000 Veterans will certainly take exception. You cannot send us off to war to protect and defend the Constitution and then tell us our oaths no longer apply. The wounds suffered in combat, the families lost, those killed in combat still apply. The millions killed for the ideals of democracy still apply, don’t they?

      Those who voted for this NDAA may have justifiable concern about future pay checks for the military but also at the cost of violating their oaths of office. Lets think about that for a moment.

      Did you not swear to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, against all enemies foreign and domestic, so help you God, when you were sworn in as a US Senator? Has that oath deteriorated to the results of George Orwell’s Animal Farm?

      If due process is a fundamental Right, Senator, where do you draw the line so as not to violate your own oath of office? Did that thought cross your mind before voting for this bill?

      Bests,
      John McCarthy
      http://johnmccarthy90066.tripod.com/index.html
      vpocvs@gmail.com

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      • http://freakoutnation.com/ Anomaly

        Ack! Google censored you! ;-)

  • B1beanie

    Hey Find out about nobama’s REAL birth certifiacte!!!

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  • LetteAhhLicious

    Haha haters gonna hate. ANON FTW! Get em’!

  • Yyowza

    democracy has been forgotten about when corporate mobsters are allowed to threaten the lives and families our vulnerable elected officials if they dont follow thier commands and accept thier bribes. thank you

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001814981761 Granny Smith

    If one was to admire another It would indeed be thine Good Sirs.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001814981761 Granny Smith

    If one was to admire another It would indeed be thine Good Sirs.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Glenn-Stephens/896590471 Glenn Stephens

    People, people. Rise is right. Information dumps are useless.

    So Rise, give us all your private cell phone numbers and home numbers. So we can call you and discuss strategy and tactics.

    What would you recommend? Since you are wiser than we are?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Glenn-Stephens/896590471 Glenn Stephens

    People, people. Rise is right. Information dumps are useless.

    So Rise, give us all your private cell phone numbers and home numbers. So we can call you and discuss strategy and tactics.

    What would you recommend? Since you are wiser than we are?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Glenn-Stephens/896590471 Glenn Stephens

    People need to be more experimental and have some patience. Revolutions aren’t built in a day.

    I have sometimes remarked to my classes (I teach political science and law), that the period after the fall of communism is like a long post touchdown dance for capitalism. It won that game and was celebrating, taunting, dancing.

    The market was idolized, and there was little in the way of counter-movements. This is almost unheard of in the Western World (and much of the East); there has almost been one transformative or revolutionary ideology around for hundreds of years. In the last 20, there seemed to be no opposition.

    But the Arab Spring and the Occupy movement have ended what Marcuse called “One Dimenstionality” and twats like Frank Fukayam call “the end of history.” The victims of the market and plutocracy are pissed and fighting back.

    The movement is new. Some of our initial steps may be faulty or inefficient. But that doesn’t mean we should try anything and everything. We will only learn by doing, evaluating the actions we take, arguing, thinking, rethinking, trying something new. At least we are doing something.

    Yeah, sure, the information dump isn’t on the level of recalling these pigs, shutting down the government, or better still trying people like Bush and Cheney for torture and war crimes. But it is an annoyance and reduces their feeling of invulnerability.

    They thought they could strip out rights and nothing would happen. Anonymous proved them wrong. There are consquences for your calumny.

  • Anonymous

    All hail Anonymous! I am amazed at your work, sheer genius, ingenuity and pure guts! Thank you for supporting the under dogs, we need it!

  • jermaine

    We must help AWAKEN more and more and more people to this TOPIC none stop folks! This is theBIG thing to do to answer ROSE question, and there is more big thing we MUST do, we can only defeat them from the aspect of positive LITE ENERGY! and not becoming like unto them, a.k.a DARK ENERGY! think about it folks, their afraid by people of large numbers awakings, thats why they HATE RON PAUL so much, hes awakening people on a large scale from their slumbers. This is one big KEY move on the chess board.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KTKHE3TK6VMGJELWARWSTOCLKQ Leah

    i would like to know which “special interest groups” gave robert portman that bribe.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KTKHE3TK6VMGJELWARWSTOCLKQ Leah

    i would like to know which “special interest groups” gave robert portman that bribe.

  • clockworktramp

    first of all you got to get mad! mad as hell speech! we need to put our limbs on the machine and show who keeps this country going!1960’s Berkly style

  • clockworktramp

    first of all you got to get mad! mad as hell speech! we need to put our limbs on the machine and show who keeps this country going!1960’s Berkly style

  • Darksey

    Thank You Anonymous

  • A Random Being

    They are anonymously annoying… If only Cthulhu were here to clean up the worlds shit…

  • mr.jenkins

    sometimes we need to push the buttons for justice

  • concerned…

    Expose the voter fraud!

  • Yo Ma Ma

    ron paul is a closet fascist with very frightening hidden agendas.

    DO NOT TRUST this libertarian wolf in liberal’s clothing :

  • LetteAhhLicious

    Haha haters gonna hate. ANON FTW! Get em’!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Glenn-Stephens/896590471 Glenn Stephens

    People need to be more experimental and have some patience. Revolutions aren’t built in a day.

    I have sometimes remarked to my classes (I teach political science and law), that the period after the fall of communism is like a long post touch down dance of communism. The market was idolized, and there was little in the way of counter-movements. This is almost unheard of in the Western World (and much of the East); there has almost been one transformative or revolutionary ideology around for hundreds of years. In the last 20, there seemed to be no opposition.

    But the Arab Spring and the Occupy movement have ended what Marcuse called “One Dimenstionality” and twats like Frank Fukayam call “the end of history.” The victims of the market and plutocracy are pissed and fighting back.

    The movement is new. Some of our initial steps may be faulty or inefficient. But that doesn’t mean we should try anything and everything. We will only learn by doing, evaluating the actions we take, arguing, thinking, rethinking, trying something new. At least we are doing something.

    Yeah, sure, the information dump isn’t on the level of recalling these pigs, shutting down the government, or better still trying people like Bush and Cheney for torture and war crimes. But it is an annoyance and reduces their feeling of invulnerability.

    They thought they could strip out rights and nothing would happen. Anonymous proved them wrong. There are consquences for you calumny.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jordan.humphrey1 Jordan Humphrey

    spam flagged.