Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Anonymous On Brown Case

Anonymous video at the link.

What If Anonymous Is The Future of Protesting? - Esquire:

...Defeat spawns apathy. Anonymous, for all its double-standards and vaguery, has none of that. It's at least making an attempt to fight, which is more than most Americans have done right now. Even if Anonymous is foolish to try to bully a non-existent law's passing—overnight, too—Anonymous, with a capital or a lowercase "a," is right to speak up. It reminds us that we do, minimally, have a say over state laws. And we'll have even more of a say in a few months.

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