Million Mask March – Guy Fawkes Night
“Be careful out there guys. They are stepping up the false flags and I hope they don’t plan to take advantage of tomorrow. Patriots keep your eyes open.“
Acording to one poster on the Anonymous Facebook page, LAX, the shooting at Garden State Plaza Mall and others are False Flags. “A false flag describes covert military or paramilitary operations designed to deceive in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by other entities, groups or nations than those who actually planned and executed them.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_flag)
In the LAX shooting, some are insinuating that because Los Angeles Airport Police Chief Patrick Gannon stated that security teams had practiced such a scenario, this is reason to suspect a false flag.
The reason teams had practiced such a scenario is because they rightly recognized a vulnerability that put citizens in harm’s way and drilled in preparation – as they should.
The opening quote to this article is taken from the Anonymous Movement Facebook page, as the movement prepares itself for the Million Mask March. Today, Nov 5, 2013, protestors aligned with the hacktivist movement Anonymous are demonstrating at political landmarks and institutions around the world on Guy Fawkes Night. The page urges “Remember who your enemies are: billionaires who own banks and corporations who corrupt politicians who enslave the people in injustice,” and calls for Anonymous, WikiLeaks, The Pirate Party, Occupy and Oath Keepers to Defend Humanity.
According to The Daily Dot, “the Million Mask March is unlikely to draw a million people worldwide, but the name is certainly a nod to the group’s rising popularity and strength in numbers. The collective made a push earlier this week to rally support in Southeast Asia, and there have already been reports of masked demonstrators gathering in Australia, the Philippines, Japan, Indonesia and Thailand.”
Other than tie up traffic and create a commuting headache for many, perhaps members of the movement could all learn CPR or donate blood instead, in preparation for the next Tsunami or earthquake.
Or maybe they could leverage all of that computing power to create apps and tools that could help raise funds, save lives and improve living conditions in cities that are still reeling from floods and natural disaster aftermath. Cities in Colorado and Oklahoma come to mind.