Read more posts by @anonworker at anonworker.com

By: @anonworker

To:                  My Dear Brothers and Sisters, the young and enlightened Resistance

I am your servant.

For some time I have felt the weight of the present economic system and the government that supports it with legal violence.   I will watch silently no longer.

I bear personal witness to these concerns that you have:

  • I have watched students experience with dismay a financial aid system that is not designed with their interest in mind, but is instead designed to make corporate banks rich through tuition costs that are conveniently matched to loan availability.
  • I have watched very many single mother students struggle to better themselves by getting an education despite the barrier of staggering child care costs. The system stands in the way of these mothers improving their lives and then blames them for their condition of poverty. This is an outrage.
  • I have watched the young and old struggle to find affordable housing.  I observe the fact that a person is not able to work 40 hours a week and pay his or her rent.  A person can work 40 hours a week and still be unable to afford a place of shelter.  This too is an outrage.
  • I have watched violent men and women steal our Patriotism and Spiritual life.  They have made our true Peace a wrathful, immoral, and capricious monster and superimposed the symbol of a rifle on the Stars and Stripes.  I will seek to reclaim both god and country for myself and for the comfort of the people; I will attempt to strip god and country out of the hands of people who want to use these comforts as a weapon against others.
  • I have been a prisoner the jail and talked with the people inside.  There I observed only the poor, the ill, and the powerless.  We were stuck together inside a place made of stone, designed for efficiency and excessive cruelty, run by many people who love violence—though not all of them.
  • I have been to war.  I have observed the pain grief on the faces of soldiers whose “battle buddies” would never return from their posts again.  I have also personally felt the pain of loss on the battlefield.   I have noted in my heart the fact that I have more in common with my enemy them with my government.

What I witness will be my focus of my struggle on our behalf and this blog.

Welcome to THE PLAN.
WE ARE ANONYMOUS.
UNITED AS ONE.
DIVIDED BY ZERO.
EXPECT US.

3 Responses

  1. ◦I have watched students experience with dismay a financial aid system that is not designed with their interest in mind, but is instead designed to make corporate banks rich through tuition costs that are conveniently matched to loan availability.
    ~~~~~ Nobody forced you to get a loan. You signed a contract, so pay up. Who in the hell would loan out money for no return??

    ◦I have watched very many single mother students struggle to better themselves by getting an education despite the barrier of staggering child care costs. The system stands in the way of these mothers improving their lives and then blames them for their condition of poverty. This is an outrage.
    ~~~Maybe they should have left their legs closed. If they were not sleeping around, there wouldn’t be a problem with paying for child care. The way to fix the cost of child care is to not get pregnant outside of marriage. This way a spouse can work to help cover the costs.
    Personal responsibility….they need to grasp it and own it.

    ◦I have watched the young and old struggle to find affordable housing. I observe the fact that a person is not able to work 40 hours a week and pay his or her rent. A person can work 40 hours a week and still be unable to afford a place of shelter. This too is an outrage.
    ~~I work 40 hours a week and pay my rent just fine. Maybe they should have worked harder in school or got a marketable degree than Art History..I am sure their parents told them it was a stupid choice. If the cost of living in an area is to high, you could always move.

    ◦I have watched violent men and women steal our Patriotism and Spiritual life. They have made our true Peace a wrathful, immoral, and capricious monster and superimposed the symbol of a rifle on the Stars and Stripes. I will seek to reclaim both god and country for myself and for the comfort of the people; I will attempt to strip god and country out of the hands of people who want to use these comforts as a weapon against others.
    ~~What is this “violence” you speak of?

    ◦I have been a prisoner “in?” the jail and talked with the people inside. There I observed only the poor, the ill, and the powerless. We were stuck together inside a place made of stone, designed for efficiency and excessive cruelty, run by many people who love violence—though not all of them.
    ~~Wow, you broke the law and were punished. “Excessive cruelty”…really? Did the jail not have the channel you really wanted to watch available? Were you not fed for days? What did you expect the jail to be made of? Plywood? Efficiency is a good thing. It keeps the costs down. That equals less taxes on people that lead productive lives.

    ◦I have been to war. I have observed the pain grief on the faces of soldiers whose “battle buddies” would never return from their posts again. I have also personally felt the pain of loss on the battlefield. I have noted in my heart the fact that I have more in common with my enemy them with my government.
    ~~Thank you for your service.
    ~What in the world could you have in common with the enemy? Do you want to force the world to convert to your belief? Do you want women to be second class citizens? Do you want to terrorize your countrymen?

    Joe

  2. Joe,

    Your response shows a reckless disregard for others, your brothers and sisters.

    Peace,

    Anonworker

  3. In that I read Noam Chomsky, I understand that my United States is engaged in gathering the worlds natural resources for its own corporate energy greed through its police force the department of defense and CIA. With that said it should be pointed out that the people inhabiting parts of the world with energy natural resources have a basic desire to keep greedy interlopers/conquerors away from their lands and keep their people safe from violence, death, and destruction. We the people of the USA do not see for instance, Russian, Venezuelan, or Australian energy companys drilling for popular in demand energy natural resources in the USA proper. We won’t stand for it. Why should the people inhabiting energy rich lands let the US drill and or plunder their lands? And why then should the US, my country, force the people living on energy rich lands to stand down and just let the US, my country, plunder or pirate their resources despite having been notified not to come take their natural resources?

Comments are closed.