Love Them Or Hate Them

Love them or hate them.

The Federal Police have repeatedly, created a media free zone and then killed.

That’s a reality. It is also the reality that the US has a militarized police with a long-standing trigger habit.

71 people have been killed by US police already in 2016.

Not sure if that includes Mr. Finicum.

1139 Last year.

They are asking for a 3rd party mediator, a witness. (see video)

This is not unreasonable given the state of our nation.

Getting these people out alive should be 1st priority.

They are four people. That have good and just cause to be afraid.

They have not been blind to what’s been happening in cities.

There is cause for fear.

This is one of the best quotes I have seen so far explaining what we are seeing:

This is the way it goes. The Corporate PR got you angry at a whole subset of people. So that, extrajudicial killings were OK, but the ones that were yelling then, “Wait! Wait. This is not OK.”

Will be the one’s cheering your death, now.

Got to mend some bridges.

It is not OK just because they are whitey to say, “Oh see we told you so…” and not help.

Please Help.

Here is ways to reach out to Franklin Graham

This is not an endorsement of Franklin Graham. This is a request to stop what you are doing, contact him, and ask him to mediate. Please, do it now. Share this request.


We Are Against Rape And The Rape Culture.

Moral Compass

Use your Moral Compass

All names are changed or excluded, except mine: 

Apparently. I need to make an statement that I am against the normalization of rape.

Recently, I was invited to a group chat. One of the participants made a apathetic comment about rape fantasies being normal. I responded in dismay. Their reply was “their best friend was a sexologist.” implying that they were knowledgeable in sexual studies because of their best friend’s degree. I pointed out “The full understanding and scope of sexual studies also includes predatorization.”

Instead of apologizing for being apathetic about rape, they condescendingly apologized about “triggering me.” Triggering, in case you do not know, is a term used to describe events that cause emotional distress in victims of trauma.

At that time, I decided to not bet the reputations of my peers, and vet this person myself.

And when I questioned the person. They took a “cop shot” by saying, “Are you really a cop lover Julia? “

The rancor of the query, “Are you really a cop lover?” is appalling to me. Almost as appalling as being flippant about rape.

To attempt a cowing by shaming someone as “cop lover” is wrong.

To imply that I, or anyone, should be ashamed of being a “cop lover” is wrong.

I have a Bachelor of Arts in Fraud Examination, Justice Studies, and Writing. Fraud Examination, Justice Studies are law enforcement related.

Justice Studies, Law Enforcement Studies, and Criminology are important academia.  

Addressing Fraud and corruption requires the research of and the application of such knowledge.

The very basis of my Organization includes law enforcement.

For 22 years, The JC Organization has spoken out against corruption, acted against corruption and assisted others in addressing and acting on corruption. The JC Organization has quietly promoted an ethics campaign inclusive of all tenets by giving encouragement and support to people, so they can make their own stances for good ethical choices

We do not discriminate against  police departments in addressing fraud and corruption. And addressing fraud and corruption within police departments is one of the most dangerous areas of activism.

Moreover, one of the most noble men I knew was my Step-father. He was Sheriff of the county where I grew up. Am I a cop lover? Absolutely, I loved my Step-father dearly and still miss him to this day.

My law enforcement background aside;

When lobbying the drug cartels for support on the campaigns against corruption, rape and murder as part of the vice trade did come up. We took a strong ethical stance. Rape and murder are not to be a part of the vice trade. People should not be allowed to live out such fantasies, even if others were willing to be victims for a price.

If you have fantasies about murdering, you need to closely examine why.

If you have fantasies about rape, you need to closely examine why.

If you have fantasies about rape or murder, examine them and figure out what’s going on. Are they fantasies, or are you coming undone?  Because fantasizing can be an outlet, as long as you keep it in the realm of fantasy and don’t take it out into the real world.  We have become completely desensitized to violence as a culture. When you don’t recognize this it can become dangerous, both for you and everyone you come in contact with. ^^^

To be casual about rape fantasies, rape culture, and rape in general allows our sensibilities to harden, very similar to when we overlook injustice as exampled in these quotes:

Every time we witness an injustice and do not act, we   train our character to be passive in its presence and thereby eventually lose all ability to defend ourselves and those we love.   

We become co-conspirators in that injustice.  To stand by and do nothing makes us complicit, even though we don’t raise a hand, because inaction can be worse than the action. Inaction somehow makes it OK.

One of the most esteemed amongst my peers lives in the shadow of this facade duplicity, which is best described in this quote:

You cannot oppose something, yet forgive it circumstantially. …

We oppose rape, yet laugh at the rape of those we deem deserving of it in prisons. …

Our duplicity opens the door for justification, which invariably leads to deeper and deeper moral collapse.

We are against rape and the rape culture.

If you are in any way pro-rape, you can expect aggressive action against you.

If this scares you more than the rape culture scares you, you are part of the problem.

Top Mandela Quotes – Selections From JCO

  • I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

  • A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.

  • A good leader can engage in a debate frankly and thoroughly, knowing that at the end he and the other side must be closer, and thus emerge stronger. You don’t have that idea when you are arrogant, superficial, and uninformed.

  • There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.

  • It is better to lead from behind and to put others in front, especially when you celebrate victory when nice things occur. You take the front line when there is danger. Then people will appreciate your leadership.

  • If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world, it is the United States of America.

  • It is wise to persuade people to do things and make them think it was their own idea.

  • Sometimes, I feel like one who is on the sidelines, who has missed life itself.

  • Unlike some politicians, I can admit to a mistake.

  • Courageous people do not fear forgiving, for the sake of peace.

  • Any man or institution that tries to rob me of my dignity will lose.

  • To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.

  • Nonviolence is a good policy when the conditions permit.

  • I was called a terrorist yesterday, but when I came out of jail, many people embraced me, including my enemies, and that is what I normally tell other people who say those who are struggling for liberation in their country are terrorists.

  • Where globalization means, as it so often does, that the rich and powerful now have new means to further enrich and empower themselves at the cost of the poorer and weaker, we have a responsibility to protest in the name of universal freedom.

  • You know, you can only lead them from behind.

  • We must understand the seriousness of this situation. The United States has made serious mistakes in the conduct of its foreign affairs, which have had unfortunate repercussions long after the decisions were taken.

  • I am prepared to die.

  • When a man is denied the right to live the life he believes in, he has no choice but to become an outlaw.
  • We chose to defy the law. We first broke the law in a way which avoided any recourse to violence; when this form was legislated against, and then the Government resorted to a show of force to crush opposition to its policies, only then did we decide to answer violence with violence.

Nelson Mandela reflection of time

Lobby To Have Theresa May Excommunicated

Theresa May,

Your behavior patterns are shameful and corrupt.

Your decision to be ignorant concerning Nigeria and her issues with an anti education terrorist screams louder than you are able to muffle the sound. The Julia Clark Organization and the Culling Corruption Campaign finds you abhorrent.

A lobby to have you removed from the Church of England is in order.


Julia Clark

Research information and lobby actions will be updated to this page:

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Chelsea Manning | Thanksgiving Gratitude With Michelle Obama, Rick Warren and More |

dare to ask probing, even dangerous, questions.

Such people are often nameless and humble, yet no less courageous. Whether carpenters of welders; retail clerks or bank managers; artists or lawyers, they dare to ask tough questions, and seek out the truth, even when the answers they find might not be easy to live with.

I’m also grateful for having social and human justice pioneers who lead through action, and by example, as opposed to directing or commanding other people to take action. Often, the achievements of such people transcend political, cultural, and generational boundaries. Unfortunately, such remarkable people often risk their reputations, their livelihood, and, all too often, even their lives.

via Chelsea Manning | Thanksgiving Gratitude With Michelle Obama, Rick Warren and More |

Backdoor Breach –

November 22, 2013

Report: Backdoor evidence observed:

I received an email yesterday from Team [redacted]:

We are currently investigating a security breach whereby some user’s login details may have been compromised. We currently have no indication that there has been any unauthorised activity on your account. Protecting our customer’s accounts is important to us.

The current investigation relates to an event that occurred in January 2013, upon which we advised you to change your password. Our records indicate that your password was reset based upon our prior notification to you.

I replied:

I did not receive any notice in Jan 2013 to change my password. 

They replied:

Thank you for contacting us.

We are sorry to hear about this problem. There are 2 possible reasons why
you may not be receiving some of our emails:

I did double check and responded. The incident ticket is still open and under investigation.

I had been suspecting breach of my box for a week or so. However, the above correspondence suggests I have had a backdoor on this box since January 2013. Reasons being I did not receive the security breach mail in January 2013. I use different passwords for all sites. None of them are recorded in digital form other than at the site itself. I do occasionally check the records of what Ips have connected to under my passwords and user names. I had not noted any unusual traffic. I have experienced low level events that caused me to check IP usage out of normal sequence. I did not note anything out of place.

I have been noticing unusual behavior from certain programs, such as [redacted] [redacted] and my spell check program connected to browser as if the dictionaries had been altered.

Maybe, a month or so ago I did have to wipe/reset my phone because it had become almost unusable. It would take a screen-shot when I pressed the right hand side button instead of coming out of sleep. It had gotten so bad I could not answer calls. – Note yesterday I experienced the screen-shot malfunction again. The only application I have installed other than what was issued with the phone is from June Fabrics. They will be notified of this security anomaly.

Last night I discussed the [redacted] breach, the anomalies on my box and phone, and other events that were disruptive financially and physically.

I pointed out that the backdoor I suspected and anomalies I am experiencing is related to a profile that sent a friend request to my facebook where by as I made an announcement to my contact list and specifically to friends and family that.

Important note: I went to find the post on my facebook profile to include it in this report. I could not locate it. I have requested my niece to review her time line for it. I recall she liked the post.

However, at this writing the post warning my friends and family that a known stalker of mine had made contact is missing from my timeline on facebook. The known stalker profile mentioned in the missing post is the same profile that I mentioned to [redacted] noting that the known stalker’s MO was backdooring box(es).

This morning when checking [redacted] [redacted] admin page I noticed that the some of the notifications had been marked as read. My computer would not let me take a screen shot.

I made a post on facebook about the backdoor. The [redacted] I use, which is [redacted] to the computer, vibrated, switched screens, and brought up the settings bar from the bottom. In other words, it appeared to be disengaging from remote after I had made my post about the backdoor.

When I could not take a screen shot, I used my camera phone. When using the camera on the phone twice the camera on the phone shut down. Nevertheless, I got the photos of the screen showing notification being one hour old and already read when I had just woken from over a four hour sleep.

Other anomalies I have noticed is with the spell check feature it appears as if it selectively works or in other words in real time words that I am not spelling correctly are not being allowed to be corrected. I can click on the corrected word but the incorrect word will not correct. This appears to be around words that are common and I should know, and if the word is uncommon or very difficult it will correct, then the next word would not. This has been going on for over two weeks. It is not consistent, suggesting that it is real time manipulation. This occurs in [redacted] and the browser spellcheck.

Also, in the [redacted] I have noticed that at times spell check and grammar check will not work at all. Though not witnessed as often, it does appear to happen when I am working on controversial documents.

I checked facebooks machines that are logged in under me. There was an extra one that appeared to be from the same location as me. I do not know if this is unusual because such has been usual for me in the past.

Also, when updating adobe recently it tried to update my box as a Linux OS box. I do not use, nor have downloaded, nor to my knowledge have Linux OS.

End Report.

Julia Clark

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Update Nov 23 2013

I have an obscure blog at  Generally it is poems, free audio ebooks, and stichomancy. Nonsensical stuff at best. Emotive stuff. I put it at to make it difficult to lose. As can be noted, my emotive blogs have repeatedly been subject to harassment, hostile takeover, and the likes.

I went to write stichomancy this morning and noted that a linux box had an interest in one journal entry.

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I am fortunate they were the only visitors. Usually I have somewhat high traffic there.

Which brings me to another issue that needs documentation.  Dominic Morris noted that was was coming up as internl server error, which would be kind of strange because all the server does is a redirect .

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The screen capture above is for the month of November 2013

No, Mr. President I Cannot.

I respectfully decline your invitations. I have been declining them for a few months. I cannot comfortably associate with someone who is not addressing corruption in a vigorous way.

I do understand you must choose your battles.

In addition, if I had to choose between whistleblowers and health care for a nation. I would choose health care. I realize that unless health care becomes detached from corporate employment that people, including potential whistleblowers of corporate crimes, are strongly motivated to tow the corporate line. I also understand the human toll of not having heath care as a nation.

Nevertheless,  I have health care. I had to choose between health and wealth in 2002. And with such, I am less desperate for heath care. And thus I am dedicated to the cause of addressing corruption in government, contractors, conglomerates, and the likes.

Thus I respectfully decline associations with you due to my position and your unfortunate position of choice. I do not stand against you, but I cannot stand with you.

Thank you for selecting me as one of the first groups to be added to your G+ circles. Thank you for the opportunity to serve as part of the Rural Obama team. Thank you for your alliance. Thank you for your service.

I wish you well and I hope I can be of service to you again one day.

Until that day, God spede.


Julia Clark

Screen Capture from the laptop of Julia Clark. Founder of the Julia Clark Organization

Screen Capture from the laptop of Julia Clark. Founder of the Julia Clark Organization



Good morning. Thank you for this opportunity. My name is Jeremy Hammond and I’m here to be sentenced for hacking activities carried out during my involvement with Anonymous. I have been locked up at MCC for the past 20 months and have had a lot of time to think about how I would explain my actions.

Before I begin, I want to take a moment to recognize the work of the people who have supported me. I want to thank all the lawyers and others who worked on my case: Elizabeth Fink, Susan Kellman, Sarah Kunstler, Emily Kunstler, Margaret Kunstler, and Grainne O’Neill. I also want to thank the National Lawyers Guild, the Jeremy Hammond Defense Committee and Support Network, Free Anons, the Anonymous Solidarity Network, Anarchist Black Cross, and all others who have helped me by writing a letter of support, sending me letters, attending my court dates, and spreading the word about my case. I also want to shout out my brothers and sisters behind bars and those who are still out there fighting the power.

The acts of civil disobedience and direct action that I am being sentenced for today are in line with the principles of community and equality that have guided my life. I hacked into dozens of high profile corporations and government institutions, understanding very clearly that what I was doing was against the law, and that my actions could land me back in federal prison. But I felt that I had an obligation to use my skills to expose and confront injustice—and to bring the truth to light.

Could I have achieved the same goals through legal means? I have tried everything from voting petitions to peaceful protest and have found that those in power do not want the truth to be exposed. When we speak truth to power we are ignored at best and brutally suppressed at worst. We are confronting a power structure that does not respect its own system of checks and balances, never mind the rights of it’s own citizens or the international community.

My introduction to politics was when George W. Bush stole the Presidential election in 2000, then took advantage of the waves of racism and patriotism after 9/11 to launch unprovoked imperialist wars against Iraq and Afghanistan. I took to the streets in protest naively believing our voices would be heard in Washington and we could stop the war. Instead, we were labeled as traitors, beaten, and arrested.

I have been arrested for numerous acts of civil disobedience on the streets of Chicago, but it wasn’t until 2005 that I used my computer skills to break the law in political protest. I was arrested by the FBI for hacking into the computer systems of a right-wing, pro-war group called Protest Warrior, an organization that sold racist t-shirts on their website and harassed anti-war groups. I was charged under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and the “intended loss” in my case was arbitrarily calculated by multiplying the 5000 credit cards in Protest Warrior’s database by $500, resulting in a total of $2.5 million.My sentencing guidelines were calculated on the basis of this “loss,” even though not a single credit card was used or distributed – by me or anyone else. I was sentenced to two years in prison.

While in prison I have seen for myself the ugly reality of how the criminal justice system destroys the lives of the millions of people held captive behind bars. The experience solidified my opposition to repressive forms of power and the importance of standing up for what you believe.

When I was released, I was eager to continue my involvement in struggles for social change. I didn’t want to go back to prison, so I focused on above-ground community organizing. But over time, I became frustrated with the limitations, of peaceful protest, seeing it as reformist and ineffective. The Obama administration continued the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, escalated the use of drones, and failed to close Guantanamo Bay.

Around this time, I was following the work of groups like Wikileaks and Anonymous. It was very inspiring to see the ideas of hactivism coming to fruition. I was particularly moved by the heroic actions of Chelsea Manning, who had exposed the atrocities committed by U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. She took an enormous personal risk to leak this information – believing that the public had a right to know and hoping that her disclosures would be a positive step to end these abuses. It is heart-wrenching to hear about her cruel treatment in military lockup.

I thought long and hard about choosing this path again. I had to ask myself, if Chelsea Manning fell into the abysmal nightmare of prison fighting for the truth, could I in good conscience do any less, if I was able? I thought the best way to demonstrate solidarity was to continue the work of exposing and confronting corruption.

I was drawn to Anonymous because I believe in autonomous, decentralized direct action. At the time Anonymous was involved in operations in support of the Arab Spring uprisings, against censorship, and in defense of Wikileaks. I had a lot to contribute, including technical skills, and how to better articulate ideas and goals. It was an exciting time – the birth of a digital dissent movement, where the definitions and capabilities of hacktivism were being shaped.

I was especially interested in the work of the hackers of LulzSec who were breaking into some significant targets and becoming increasingly political. Around this time, I first started talking to Sabu, who was very open about the hacks he supposedly committed, and was encouraging hackers to unite and attack major government and corporate systems under the banner of Anti Security. But very early in my involvement, the other Lulzsec hackers were arrested, leaving me to break into systems and write press releases. Later, I would learn that Sabu had been the first one arrested, and that the entire time I was talking to him he was an FBI informant.

Anonymous was also involved in the early stages of Occupy Wall Street. I was regularly participating on the streets as part of Occupy Chicago and was very excited to see a worldwide mass movement against the injustices of capitalism and racism. In several short months, the “Occupations” came to an end, closed by police crackdowns and mass arrests of protestors who were kicked out of their own public parks. The repression of Anonymous and the Occupy Movement set the tone for Antisec in the following months – the majority of our hacks against police targets were in retaliation for the arrests of our comrades.

I targeted law enforcement systems because of the racism and inequality with which the criminal law is enforced. I targeted the manufacturers and distributors of military and police equipment who profit from weaponry used to advance U.S. political and economic interests abroad and to repress people at home. I targeted information security firms because they work in secret to protect government and corporate interests at the expense of individual rights, undermining and discrediting activists, journalists and other truth seekers, and spreading disinformation.

I had never even heard of Stratfor until Sabu brought it to my attention. Sabu was encouraging people to invade systems, and helping to strategize and facilitate attacks. He even provided me with vulnerabilities of targets passed on by other hackers, so it came as a great surprise when I learned that Sabu had been working with the FBI the entire time.

On December 4, 2011, Sabu was approached by another hacker who had already broken into Stratfor’s credit card database. Sabu, under the watchful eye of his government handlers, then brought the hack to Antisec by inviting this hacker to our private chatroom, where he supplied download links to the full credit card database as well as the initial vulnerability access point to Stratfor’s systems.

I spent some time researching Stratfor and reviewing the information we were given, and decided that their activities and client base made them a deserving target. I did find it ironic that Stratfor’s wealthy and powerful customer base had their credit cards used to donate to humanitarian organizations, but my main role in the attack was to retrieve Stratfor’s private email spools which is where all the dirty secrets are typically found.

It took me more than a week to gain further access into Stratfor’s internal systems, but I eventually broke into their mail server. There was so much information, we needed several servers of our own in order to transfer the emails. Sabu, who was involved with the operation at every step, offered a server, which was provided and monitored by the FBI. Over the next weeks, the emails were transferred, the credit cards were used for donations, and Stratfor’s systems were defaced and destroyed. Why the FBI would introduce us to the hacker who found the initial vulnerability and allow this hack to continue remains a mystery.

As a result of the Stratfor hack, some of the dangers of the unregulated private intelligence industry are now known. It has been revealed through Wikileaks and other journalists around the world that Stratfor maintained a worldwide network of informants that they used to engage in intrusive and possibly illegal surveillance activities on behalf of large multinational corporations.

After Stratfor, I continued to break into other targets, using a powerful “zero day exploit” allowing me administrator access to systems running the popular Plesk webhosting platform. Sabu asked me many times for access to this exploit, which I refused to give him. Without his own independent access, Sabu continued to supply me with lists of vulnerable targets. I broke into numerous websites he supplied, uploaded the stolen email accounts and databases onto Sabu’s FBI server, and handed over passwords and backdoors that enabled Sabu (and, by extension, his FBI handlers) to control these targets.

These intrusions, all of which were suggested by Sabu while cooperating with the FBI, affected thousands of domain names and consisted largely of foreign government websites, including those of XXXXXXX, XXXXXXXX, XXXX, XXXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXXXXX, XXXXXXX and theXXXXXX XXXXXXX. In one instance, Sabu and I provided access information to hackers who went on to deface and destroy many government websites in XXXXXX. I don’t know how other information I provided to him may have been used, but I think the government’s collection and use of this data needs to be investigated.

jeremy hammond hearing
Sketch from inside Judge Preska’s courtroom by Molly Crabapple

The government celebrates my conviction and imprisonment, hoping that it will close the door on the full story. I took responsibility for my actions, by pleading guilty, but when will the government be made to answer for its crimes?

The U.S. hypes the threat of hackers in order to justify the multi billion dollar cyber security industrial complex, but it is also responsible for the same conduct it aggressively prosecutes and claims to work to prevent. The hypocrisy of “law and order” and the injustices caused by capitalism cannot be cured by institutional reform but through civil disobedience and direct action. Yes I broke the law, but I believe that sometimes laws must be broken in order to make room for change.

In the immortal word of Frederick Douglas, “Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have found out the exact measure of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them, and these will continue till they are resisted with either words or blows, or both. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress.”

This is not to say that I do not have any regrets. I realize that I released the personal information of innocent people who had nothing to do with the operations of the institutions I targeted. I apologize for the release of data that was harmful to individuals and irrelevant to my goals. I believe in the individual right to privacy – from government surveillance, and from actors like myself, and I appreciate the irony of my own involvement in the trampling of these rights. I am committed to working to make this world a better place for all of us. I still believe in the importance of hactivism as a form of civil disobedience, but it is time for me to move on to other ways of seeking change. My time in prison has taken a toll on my family, friends, and community. I know I am needed at home. I recognize that 7 years ago I stood before a different federal judge, facing similar charges, but this does not lessen the sincerity of what I say to you today.

It has taken a lot for me to write this, to explain my actions, knowing that doing so — honestly — could cost me more years of my life in prison. I am aware that I could get as many as 10 years, but I hope that I do not, as I believe there is so much work to be done


Cato Institute Endorses Ending Drug War

DRUG WAR | The war on drugs wastes a huge amount of resources in our police and justice systems. It also harms civil liberties, foments violence, and does little to curb drug use. Ending the federal drug war and returning drug policy to the states where it belongs would save $110 billion.

via ON SPENDING: NO SACRED COWS | Cato Institute.

Veteran’s Day – 2013 : Via Mike Masterson – From Albert Strickland; “I am a Vietnam Veteran….

From Albert Strickland;

\”I am a Vietnam Veteran. Do not thank me for my service. My service was to oil companies, chemical companies, the makers of guns and weapons, ships and fighter planes. My service was to the wealthy, the powerful and the rich. Today is not Veterans Day but rather the old Armistice Day, a day that the powers that be changed from a day to celebrate the ending of war to a day that commemorates the \’pawns\’ of war and this was done in the mid-50\’s during the cold war and as buildup for the Vietnam War. Millions died, were butchered or maimed, homes and lives destroyed and even we returning veterans did not bring the war home with us, no, we left our souls there, in the rice field and in the faces of the women, men and children we terrorized. There is no glory in war and none should be given. War should never be fought for anything other than the direct protection of homes never so that few and prosper while so many suffer. I ask that we stop making veterans and start building soldiers for peace! Do not thank me for my service.

Today is not an easy day. It is difficult. I remember. I remember the victims. We are all victims! The mothers that send their children to become murderers and the children who murder. Mothers on all sides who lose their family. I remember the fear in the faces of the children we encountered, the fear that everyone wears like a mask that you can not remove. I remember the destruction, the death, the pain, the agony. I remember. It is impossible to forget. While some fat rich person here at home sits in a private club sipping brandy from a crystal sniffer and smoking a cigar, two young people face each other in another world, one having to kill the other to survive. We are not heroes. We were not brave young men. We were victims as are we all. I wish this day we could wake up. All veterans should enter every mansion, every executive office, every boardroom, break the snifters, put the rich and powerful, the politicians on a boat with their children, put rifles in their hands and send them to war and bring our brothers and sisters home! That is my wish! War would cease and men would find ways to solve differences without human sacrifice of the poor!\”


via Mike Masterson – From Albert Strickland; “I am a Vietnam Veteran…..


“That’s not fair!” Policing and perceptions of fairness

“That’s not fair!”

Policing and perceptions of fairness

Employees of law enforcement agencies—both sworn and civilian—are more likely to view their organizations as legitimate and to comply with workplace policies and procedures when the agency exhibits a culture where transparency, impartiality, fairness, and voice are embraced and modeled through internal decision-making, policy, and overall treatment of personnel. We all want to be valued, we all want to be heard, and we all want to be respected.

via “That’s not fair!” Policing and perceptions of fairness.


Julia Clark – Google+ – We don’t run away, we run fearless , to danger to help our…


Inflammatory discourse does not make what you write truthy.

It no longer matters how the Corruption Campaign began in Syria. Mr. Assad\’s reaction to it showed that the original statements from Syria was in fact true. And I will be harsher than the original plea, Mr. Assad is vile.

After the Mr. Assad viciously attacked The Campaign with no interest in the humanity of Syria , only interest in keeping his power, I researched Mr. Assad.

What I did not know was Mr. Assad and much of his family, was a theatrical presentation created by an USA based PR company. His creation of a character for public consumption in itself is not vile, but had that been known all information that showed Mr. Assad in a positive light would have been subject to higher level of scrutiny.

As for your statement of that the manufactoredness of the original protests is conspired, cursing does not make that go way. It is so common knowledge that you point out that it is classed in with conspiracy theories.

The balloons that were seen in the Syrian protests photos showed up again in the Million Mask March. The source of the promotion of balloons for use as \” a bringing together\” in the MMM is from  very questionable PR firm with questionable unethical practices. BTW, the use of balloons does not negate corruption of intent.

It was kismet that Mr. Assad broke character and exhibited his vile nature. His vile nature might not have come to light had the balloon promoting PR company not had an interest in creating an informational gathering campaign. It was unfortunate for that PR company. Read Million Man March – page 4 – The Occupations Statement for more information.

The name of your account suggests you are a astroturfer account. Nevertheless, I will give you a platform on my channel for a bit of time.

via Julia Clark – Google+ – We don’t run away, we run fearless , to danger to help our….

Million Mask March – page 4 – The Occupations Statement

Thanks Ford, that was interesting.

[SIZE=5][B]Mission statement:[/B] ” To remind this world what it has forgotten, That fairness, justice, and freedom are more than just words”[/SIZE]

[B]Purpose[/B]: Peaceful march to[B] meet and greet[/B] like minded individuals.

I selected these video from the the official facebook page:

First choice:

Second Chioce:

Third choice:

Normally, I do not watch an Anonymous video unless it has the transcript. I take a pretty strong stance that anything worth watching is worth being written down. & it allows me to quick review without having to open the bandwidth portal for it.

I made an exception with these.

There was a website that appeared to be an excellent site for documentation of the MMM.
However, the complaints were that the site was associated with Revolt America site.
Therefore, I only sourced its documentation.

Million Mask March in the News

CHANNEL 4 NEWS | Video: Million Mask March protest spreads across globe | 6 NOV 2013
NBC WORLD NEWS | Anonymous’ ‘Million Mask March’ protests corruption, corporations | 6 NOV 2013
GUARDIAN |Protesters gather around the world for Million Mask March | 6 NOV 2013
RT |‘The Corrupt Fear Us!’ Massive Anonymous ‘Million Mask March’ as it happened (Photos/Videos) | 6 NOV 2013
LA TIMES | Anonymous Million Mask March members protest in downtown | 5 NOV 2013
C|NET | Anonymous’ ‘Million Mask March’ goes global | 5 NOV 2013
WALL STREET JOURNAL | Protesters Bring Million Mask March to DC | 5 NOV 2013
VOICE OF RUSSIA | Million Mask March kicking off in Washington, DC | 5 NOV 2013
AL JAZEERA | Photos: The Million Mask March | 5 Nov 2013
REUTERS | Protesters wearing wear masks descend on Washington, DC | 5 NOV 2013
CBS | Washington, DC Photos | 5 NOV 2013
VOICE OF RUSSIA | Provocateurs calling for taking Obama hostage – Christine Sands | 4 NOV 2013
HUFFPOST LIVE VIDEO| Alyona Mink on Million Mask March with Christine Ann Sands of Anonomobile | 4 NOV 2013
VOICE OF RUSSIA | Rogue Group Breaks Away from Anonymous on Eve of March to Capture Obama, Congress, Justices | 3 NOV 2013
VOICE OF RUSSIA | Boston proved that NSA spying is not about terrorism – Anonymous| 3 NOV 2013
VOICE OF RUSSIA | NSA Spying and Persecuting Hackers Does Not Prevent Terrorism – Anonymous | 3 NOV 2013
TECH IN ASIA | Philippine government sites hacked by Anonymous in support of “million mask march” movement | 3 NOV 2013
VOICE OF RUSSIA | FBI could have stopped #Stratfor leak at any point – Sue Crabtree | 2 NOV 2013
NEW JUSTICE INTEGRITY PROJECT | Rally for Justice, Privacy, Peace Nov. 5 at Million Mask March | 1 NOV 2013
CONSPIRACY QUERIES | Anonymous: Million Mask March – Christine Ann Sands | 31 OCT 2013
POLICY MIC | Million Mask March: Anonymous is Planning V for Vendetta in Real Life | 1 NOV 2013
NATURAL NEWS | Anonymous Supporters to March on Washington Nov. 5 Wearing Guy Fawkes Masks | 29 OCT 201
VOICE OF RUSSIA | NSA is Spying on Everyone Including Congressmen and Senators – Anonymous | 30 OCT 201
VOICE OF RUSSIA | Hacktivism is Needed to Fight Oppression – Christine Ann Sands | 26 OCT 2013
VOICE OF RUSSIA | Anonymous is Engaged in Battle for Truth Over Evil – Christine Ann Sands | 20 OCT 2013
VOICE OF RUSSIA | One Million Masks , Expect Us – Anonymous | 17 OCT 2013
THE REBEL CORP.| In Washington, DC NOV 5 with Anonomobile and Masks
RT | Anonymous Plans Million Mask March on Washington | 8 OCT 2013
CBS | Million Mask March In The Works for National Mall on Guy Fawkes Day | 18 AUG 201
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES | Largest Peaceful March in the History of Mankind | 17 SEP 2013
DENVER iJOURNAL | Anonymous Planning Masked March in Denver on Election Day| 10 JUL 2013

The above articles were compliled by

They also provided the final counting of event locations:
Million Mask March Final Listing: 447 Events – 5 NOV 2013
They did this by providing the platform for people to register their location, there by allowing all to find them, before this it seemed to be facebook and other hodgepodge

As for being questionable association; there documenting techniques suggest a investigative nature behind the services.
That is not necessarily a bad thing. Any movement that is successful becomes the establishment. Therefore, if the present establishment is helpful that is good behavior from the present establishment & welcomed.

Of course one should make their own choices of their actions. Never do anything that you would not defend to friends, family, yourself, your faith, and in a judicial setting.

I found a video of what appears to be the orginal organizer for the DC event.

In that video, I noticed that it was stated that the Occupy movement has gone away. That is not quite factually true. Indeed, maintaining presences in public parks has lessened. The occupying of public space could be called the pre-MMM assemblies. It simply does not make any logistic sense to maintain campaigners through the cold of the winter and the heat of the summer simply to show off. The campaigners man-power can be better used in such things as recruitment, lobbying, and concentrated numbers for jubilee, such as the Million Mask March.

If you need more information for the Occupation this is a good place to start:
With number like 64,000+ that the Occupy Marines have and 6,000+ that the Occupy Police have (both are on facebook if you are interested) The Occupation is not waning.

To be able to understand the Occupation better some missing historical information would be useful.

After Libya’s Campaign against corruption movement matured and moved to a maintenance phase, the orderliness of The Campaign began to unravel. Egypt had started unplanned and was not going well, Syria spoke up and said they should be next, and if not they were going it alone. In general everyone wanted to be next and where The Campaign was to go to next came under hostile action by Obama (USA).

Then oddly, the Campaign seemed to jump the pond ( The Atlantic ) and became rebranded as Occupy Wall Street and was being sold ( or targeted ) to major metropolitan areas. Moreover, it appeared to be coming very strongly.
As saw it coming and I was concerned. If it was going to come, I wanted to make sure that fireman, policeman, your average government worker, and the likes has a voice. They are average working Joe’s like so many people are. In addition, there was no real grassroots to it or so it seemed. If it failed, it could leave the USA worse off then before. The possible misfortune nightmare of displaced people migrating to only a few key areas was a serious concern. There was something fishy about this and it had to be mitigated.
I made contact with my closest city, I engaged those that were active in the Occupy Wall Street movement. I started the ball rolling. I contacted key officials in the city and explained that if the Occupy Wall Street movement did catch hold, I wanted this area to manage to fair the turbulent times with the least amount of pain and suffering. I also explained that law enforcement and civil servants were in fact working Joe’s themselves.
Once I had them on board I explained the strategy that every town needed to have their own Occupation. It would keep hot beds and flash pans from happening. It was a risk, but a risk worth taking. If major metro areas became burdens of unrest, the suffering would be great. Moreover, smaller areas would loose an important voice. And there was a lot that needed to be heard from the civil servants of smaller areas.
Once I got this through to what I felt were folks that could help create Occupations , not only Occupations, but friendly Occupations in as many towns as there was people that had a voice. I started seeing the Occupations pop up quickly.
In the mean time, the Occupation I was involved in was having a falling out. At the time, I would have nothing to do with Anonymous because of Sabu. Well, in the long run Sabu proved to be what I said he was.
Presently, the Occupations have not died out. They have taken on any name that suits their needs from OccuGardends to Solidarity Sing ( That one is pretty cool. They Occupy government buildings by choir. ) There is even an Occupy Everything. The Occupation is not some corporate hooha, so there is no branding. The people know an Occupation when they see it, they do not have to have it labeled to figure it out.
I took a major economic blow after Occupy Libya, err The Libyan Spring. Possibly, unrelated, but not really, I stood in the way and am exposing with help from many people, a multinational company that is harming disabled and elderly for billions of dollars in 0% loans. Plus they are real assholes to the widows of police officers. This company has issues with corruption. And they do not like anything that represents, even in mere idea , fairness, justice, and freedom.
So no matter what you or anyone calls it; it is still the Culling Corruption Campaign.

– Bloolithia

For those that will undoubtedly ask… It needed to be written. It might as well be published here first. – Sail


Million Mask March – Page 2

I was watching the live stream from James From The Internet\’s stream , mentioned in one of the first posts. That was one of the better chants.


Come out!

We got some shit to talk about!


Come out!

We got some shit to talk about!


Come out!

We got some shit to talk about!

In Addition, there was this really strong tick tok drum beat. It is very intense.

When the Million Mask March commandeered the sidewalk in front of the White House.

There was a helicopter that left from the White House. I am not familiar with the helicopters that are in DC air space in the White House lawn area. However, the campaigners said it was the one used to ferry the president.

Suggesting that someone was moved.

I did not take note of where Obama was today. But wherever he was, President Obama would have been as safe with the campaigners. He should Join Us. Though the corrupt corporate conglomerates that would organize against him if he did, would be a handful. Nevertheless, there are more than enough hands to assist his escape from the corporacy , if he so wished.

via Million Mask March – Page 2.

Senator Saxby Chambliss – responding to The Julia Clark Organization

Dear Ms. Clark:


Thank you for your recent correspondence regarding Obamacare and the bipartisan legislation that reopened the government and prevented a default.  Your taking time to contact me is appreciated.


After more than two weeks of the shutdown, the U.S. Senate passed H.R.2775 by a vote of 81 to 18 to reopen government and prevent default.  This same legislation was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives shortly thereafter and provides funding to operate the government until January 15, 2014 and suspends the debt ceiling until February 7, 2014. In addition, this bill has a provision that requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to verify that individuals who apply for the health care law’s subsidies to purchase health insurance are, in fact, eligible to receive them, and the historic government spending cuts enacted by the Budget Control Act of 2011 were preserved. While this is certainly not the deal Republicans hoped for, it is the best deal we could negotiate under the circumstances.


While I adamantly oppose Obamacare, I disagreed with the strategy of the shutdown as a means to defund it.  As recent weeks showed, the continuing resolution to fund the government only dealt with discretionary spending, and Obamacare was designed in such a way that even if congress shut down the government, the law would still largely go forward.  That is why despite the shutdown, the healthcare exchanges opened on October 1, 2013, and the individual mandate requiring people to purchased health insurance remained.


As the flawed rollout of has shown, Obamacare causes more problems than it solves, and I remain committed to its repeal. I voted against passage of the bill in 2009, and I continue to pursue efforts to defund and repeal it today.  I am also a cosponsor of S. 177, the “ObamaCare Repeal Act,” which would repeal the health care law entirely and S.1292, the “Defund ObamaCare Act.”  These bills would allow us to start anew with reform that consists of commonsense, market based solutions that will lower health care costs for all Americans.


The shutdown delayed necessary services to many Americans seeking help from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs and the Social Security Administration, among others, and cost $25 billion, impacting our still-fragile economy.  However, the effects of the shutdown would have seemed small compared to the much-discussed and unprecedented default.  Failure to raise the debt ceiling, and thus risk defaulting on payments to our lenders, would have put the credit-worthiness of the United States at risk.  It would have almost certainly meant higher interest rates for home and student loans, delayed or denied social security payments and missed Medicare payments to doctors.


Given the circumstances and the consequences of voting no, I voted, along with 80 of my Senate colleagues, to reopen government and avoid default.  Unfortunately, our focus on the government shutdown deprived us of a meaningful opportunity to make significant entitlement and tax reforms.


For our nation to be strong, and for our country to prosper, we cannot continue to play politics with the American economy.  We will have another opportunity to address the debt ceiling in the coming months, and I hope my colleagues across-the-aisle and across-the-capitol will stop the partisan posturing and begin working together to retire our $17 trillion debt.


This is also not the final chapter in the health care reform debate.  I am ready to work with my Senate colleagues to protect Americans from this burdensome law.  Even President Obama has acknowledged the exchanges’ failed rollout.  It simply isn’t right to require Americans to purchase something that, because of the Administration’s faulty website, they are literally unable to buy.


My desire is still a full repeal of Obamacare.  However, with Democrats controlling the Senate and the President having the power of the veto pen, that is a difficult task.  I am optimistic that, at a minimum, we should be able to delay the so called “individual mandate.”


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Congressman John Barrow’s Reply – Preserving Medicare, Social Security and Veteran benefits

Dear Ms. Clark,

Thank you for contacting me in support of preserving Medicare, Social Security and Veteran benefits.  You have my steadfast support.


Today, millions of Americans benefit from the insurance Medicare provides, and thousands right here in Georgia’s 12thDistrict count on Medicare as their only source of medical care.  Like Medicare, Social Security is a critical program that our seniors have paid into for decades, and I’m opposed to cutting benefits or privatizing the program.


Our Veterans have earned their benefits through years of service and sacrifice to our nation.  Cutting these benefits would only hurt those who have devoted their lives to protecting and serving our county.  The United States made a promise to take care of those who serve our country, and I intend to keep that promise.


We must restore discipline to the nation’s finances, but I refuse to place the burden of fiscal reform on our seniors, veterans, and vulnerable populations.  I believe we can reach agreement on a budget, and I’m committed to doing so while preserving Medicare, Social Security, and Veterans benefits.


Thanks again for caring enough to get involved, and please don’t hesitate to contact me again in the future.

Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

English: Kurdish-inhabited area by CIA (1992) ...

English: Kurdish-inhabited area by CIA (1992) Ελληνικά: Περιοχές κατοικούμενες από Κούρδους κατά τη CIA (1992) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For an International Terrorism symposium given at GSU I and a team member presented a skit of pro and con concerning Kurdistan as a state.

Kurdistan is composed of 4 sections that happen to be a part of 4 different nations.

These Nations were created without transparent means, nor from a democratic outcome.

The four states that hold Kurdistan at the moment is Iraq, Syria, Turkey, & Iran.

It is a corporate energy resource endowed area.

It was the opinion of the audience after theatrical presentation that Karastan should be a single state.

However, it was the presenters position that Kurdistan was  banking on a non preferred resource was not embraceable.

Editorial note: At this viewing, there are significant omissions and misleading entries on Wikipedia. 

Though I have recently won my name from astroturfers on Wikipedia. I was given a conflict of interest review. I am not able to clarify wikipedia without over-sight.  – Julia

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Congressman John Barrow’s Reply Concerning Syria

English: States parties to the Chemical Weapon...

English: States parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention. Parties of the Chemical weapons Convention Parties which have declared chemical weapon stockpiles and/or have known chemical weapon facilities (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Congressman John Barrow’s Reply Concerning Syria:


Dear Rep. Clark,


Thanks for contacting me over your concerns about the crisis in Syria.




The use of chemical weapons to kill civilians violates longstanding international agreements regulating the law of war.  However, the use of American troops to enforce these agreements must be a last resort.  We cannot always be the world’s police and must exhaust all other options before resorting to force.




That’s why I’m encouraged that the United States and our international partners reached a diplomatic agreement to force Syria to give up its chemical weapons stockpile.  If Syria fails to live up to its commitments, I’m prepared to consider all options.  However, I will only support actions that clearly outline our objectives and ensure that the U.S. is not drawn into another land war.




Thanks for caring enough to get involved, and please don’t hesitate to contact me again in the future.


Chambliss’ Reply Concerning the Syrian Revolution To The Julia Clark Organization

Dear Honorable Clark:

Thank you for contacting me regarding Syria.  I appreciate your concern on this important issue.

As you are aware, in March 2011, Syrian protesters began calling for political reforms and the reinstatement of civil rights under the corrupt regime of President Bashar al-Assad. Since that time, the situation in Syria has devolved into a civil war between pro-government forces loyal to the Assad regime and a coalition of rebel groups killing tens of thousands of Syrians, mostly civilians.

This instability threatens the security of the entire region.  Recent reports from the United Nations indicate that approximately 1.6 million people have been displaced by the civil war.  Many of these refugees are seeking safe haven in Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Turkey, and Egypt.  It is imperative that the United States remains committed to joining with partner nations in providing humanitarian assistance to these displaced refugees.

U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss, of Georgia.

U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss, of Georgia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

While I am deeply concerned about the regional effects of the Syrian conflict, I am very troubled by the threat of chemical weapons within Syria. Since August 2012, President Obama has stated that the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime would be a red line that the United States could not tolerate.  Since March 2013, we have received reports of the deployment of chemical weapons by forces loyal to President Assad; however President Obama failed to take any meaningful action to neutralize the threat posed by these weapons.  Compounding this problem is the increase in the number of Islamist fighters who are traveling from all over the world to gain control of Syria.  In this way, they can have a territory closer to the United States and Europe to carry out their mission of attacking the Western Hemisphere. The world is looking to the United States to lead the effort to neutralize these dangerous threats to the region and elsewhere.  I encourage the President to work with Congress to immediately develop an appropriate response to restore stability to this troubled region.

Currently, there are a number of legislative measures pending in Congress relating to U.S. involvement in Syria. My support for any foreign aid or deployment of U.S. troops will continue to be based on relevance to our national security and other important U.S. strategic interests. Furthermore, I remain concerned about the effect of multiple deployments on our military personnel. As legislation regarding Syria comes before the Senate, I will keep your thoughts in mind.

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Statement on marijuana reform:

The lawfulness of marijuana is important for a wholesome society.

Marijuana was made unlawful generations ago to a public that did not have access to information as we do today. Global disinformation campaigns were easier before the Information Age. Today, not only does the public have access to vast resources of knowledge and research, but so does humanity’s politicos, leaders, and legislators. Such access to knowledge allows politicos, leaders, and legislators to make informed decisions. No longer can a small minority completely manipulate, control, and present as truth lies.

The outlawing of Marijuana derived from one of the most vile forms of corruption – Supremacism , both of race and class.

It is a waste of time and money enforcing marijuana laws as they are today. It is a poor use of the detective workforce.
Bringing marijuana inline with other forms of social intoxicants is being a good steward of society’s hard-working law officers workforce.

“No one wants to be cheated of a dime bag and no one wants to be shorted on a blow job.” This statement is standard in the conversations addressing corruption within the recreational drug trade.

Festivities that come from this trade should be safe and fun.

The billion dollar marijuana commodity market will be better if enforcement focuses shenanigans.

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