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What I See

I cry when I see the oppressed and among them – one man walking like a one-man-army. That man knows that he needs nothing but his voice to change the world, nothing but his beliefs and his ideas. And many times, that man inspires a movement and a revolution. I cry when I see that man – no fear of giving in, no fear of saying what he needs to say in order to encourage reform.

Even if your hand is out shaking, and your faith is broken, be the resistance with your heart and soul not your mind. The mind is the tool, the heart is the compass. You are all part of this because you see the grief and strife around the world and want to do something to change it. Anons: you have the power to change it. We are SO strong together. So to all of you, whether terrorist or anon: say what you fucking need to say in order to encourage reform and a better world. We can hope that there will be conversation, and whether we suffer alienation or oppression – we must remain passionate. Moderate people get moderately nothing done. And moderation will never slay the global giants of oppression. So stay strong and use your voice, not your weapons, to encourage reforms. Whether cyber or physical sit-ins, cyber or physical hacktivism/activism — it doesn’t matter, say what you need to say and do what you need to do. Anons: stay out of trouble, so many of us have gotten in trouble. Use your voice and just your voice and your technical skills and we can accomplish anything. Remember always, for I would be lying if I didn’t add this, together we are stronger than any oppressor or terrorist and all of them combined. Anons: stay strong, we will triumph.


About theroyalanon

A computer geek, software engineer, and Internet activist. This is my podium by which I taunt the general populace into rebellion. Retired from LulzSec, and supporting Anonymous.

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