Sunday 19 May 2013
We are FreeAnons and until every Anon is free we will attest to the Anonymous creed,
Mistake our silence for surrender and we will inspire the masses to sing, "Bella ciao! Bella ciao! Bella ciao!"
Mistake our inaction for indifference and we will burn the prisons to the ground. Mistake our time of rest for weakness and we will never let you sleep again. If you believe that we have abandoned our brothers and sisters then you have mistaken who we are and what to us this cause means. We are FreeAnons and until every Anon is free we will attest to the Anonymous creed, "We do not forgive. We do not forget." The storm may have passed but so long as our comrades are held captive we will not allow the seas to be calm nor any ship to take refuge in still waters.
Our commitment to this cause orchestrates the ranks of an unorganized and leaderless collective to set sail under a common flag. The hope we sustain on our voyage rallies a fortifying sense of promise and peace within those that greet us as friends. Enemy vessels set their sails to the winds of deceit and dissent but to sink our ships will take more than a snitch. We are the Anonymous Solidarity Network. We have taken upon ourselves the cause of advocating on behalf of prosecuted hacktivists. We have taken our cause from IRC to social media. We have taken our cause from the internet to the streets. We have taken our cause from the prisons to the court houses. Our voices have been heard and our silence now, if any, is but the quiet steady beat of a drum!
A sound that soon will grow louder until accompanied by sounds of chanting, singing, dancing and prayer. In commemoration of all arrested Anons, we call ourselves FreeAnons. In solidarity with Jeremy Hammond we will always sail towards these troubled waters. In the name of Barrett Brown we will seek out the truth and rage to liberate it. In the spirit of what those amongst our ranks have sacrificed to continue this cause, we will not retreat and we will not surrender. We will not quit until every Anon is free. What we demand, we demand from the state. A corrupt state, infringing upon our world and unjustly prosecuting our brothers and sisters. What we want is simple. Free all hacktivists and information activists from prosecution. These are our terms. Comply or expect us.
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