Million Mask March

Remember, remember the 5th of November
Have you seen any news reports of this event? Neither have I. I did catch a piece on Al Jazeera America about protests in Ferguson and Chicago but, nothing about the million mask march.
This march is sponsored and promoted by the group Anonymous Hacktavist in honor of Guy Fawkes Day.
A little background information here.
Anonymous is a loosely connected group of computer hackers, “Anonymous has no strictly defined philosophy.”
Some declare them to be “hackers on steroids”, “domestic terrorists”, and an “Internet hate machine”.
The group has attacked:
The Church of Scientology
Westboro Baptist Church
Paypal, Mastercard, Visa and Sony
They supported:
WikiLeaks and the Occupy Movement.
The quoted sections above come from wikipedia page on anonymous. For the complete, interesting page go here….. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anonymous_%28group%29
Guy Fawkes Day is the story that catches my interest.
Guy Fawkes was a man of the late 1500s that made an attempt at blowing up the house of parliament using barrels of gunpowder placed in the basement of the building. His goal was to kill the reigning Protestant King James of England and replace him with the King’s nine year old daughter as a Catholic head of state.
Guy Fawkes was declared to be a treasonous terrorist. Terrorist!? A Christian Terrorist, we all know terrorists are made up of Muslims, Christians are the good guys right?
Think about this my friends and get back to me.
For more details about Guy Fawkes go here…. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_Fawkes
In the meantime you can also help me in my search. I am trying to find instances where the evil Agnostics, Atheists and or Humanists were involved in terrorist actions.

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2 thoughts on “Million Mask March

  1. I am trying to find instances where the evil Agnostics, Atheists and or Humanists were involved in terrorist actions

    There is just one incident. After the Russian Revolution a proactive atheist group formed: The League of Militant Atheists. They mostly produced literature railing against the Russian Orthodox church and lampooning belief, but were connected with assisting the state in some killings. They didn’t do the killing, but were complicit in it.

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