Sunday, October 30, 2011


A You Tube message purporting to be from the group Anonymous, the group of social justice activists credited with hacking into the most secure computer systems in the world and which is in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement. When a New York City police officer walked up to a group of women who were already being restrained by police and pepper sprayed them in the face, Anonymous hacked into the city's computers, found the officers personal information -- address, children's names, and so on -- and posted it on the internet.

The message, posted in August, is a statement about the group's raison d' etre.

Below is a message posted yesterday about how you can get involved in the Occupy movement, even if you can't go down and camp out and get arrested and have sex with college students.

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