The Truth Will Set You Free .....
Why i joined Anonymous My story.. - For years i have been upset with our government & the way our system works it has always been very flawed. When i was a teenager i was very unhappy with what Bush was doing to our country & after the 911 false flag i quickly realized that there is something terribly wrong with this world. I really wanted to go out into the streets & speak out & have my voice heard but for a long time i felt trapped as i come from a bad family. & long ago i was treated poorly with disrespect. In late 2010 one day when i was just randomly searching YouTube i came across a video by the Anonymous movement. The video was about OP.PayBack. when Paypal cut off the funding for Wikileaks. After watching the video i was fired up as i have always hated censorship both on the internet & in real life. After checking out more Anonymous YouTube pages because of my curiosity and interest i subbed a few profiles & got hooked on the videos. As i knew someday i would help change the world. In 2012 2013 i started a movement to legalize the file sharing of copyrighted content such as movies music games ect. witch its still going on today. The reason for this was i was fed up with the current copyright laws & like i said i have always hated censorship & my videos i was doing for YouTube kept getting taken down by Viacom & other corporations. In late 2014 i joined in the Anonops chat room. That was really when i first met some real anons on the web. We would discuss upcoming events & current on going OPs. one day i was told by someone about V For Vendetta someone had recommed it to me & said i should watch it they said it was the film that inspired Anonymous after watching it to my amazement i loved it i bought the DVD The very first V mask i ever got was a hard resin mask from Blackblok for my birthday earlier this year then as time whent on i got more November 5th. 2015. was the first time ever i had taken to the streets. When i was out there at the time i did not know anyone & i was kind of shy to be honest. But however at the same time i felt proud to be out there marching with the 55 other people who were there that day it really was the first time i had ever felt like i belonged in the Anonymous family & i cant wait to be apart of more events i love you all my brothers & sisters.