VIDEO: #OperationCISPA – Call to Action

To Stop the CISA bill, everyone is going to have to play their role as a citizen. Spread the word about CISA whichever way you see fitting, whether it is online, in a rally or by writing to a politician.

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Our Petition:…
Our Flyer:
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IRC: Channel: #OperationCISPA

Greeting Citizens of the World. We are Anonymous. As the CISA Bill passes through the Senate, it comes closer and closer to becoming a law. This bill directly attacks your right to privacy. We refuse to sit by and watch our rights be taken away bit by bit. If you wish to take to action against this terrible bill, then listen to the following.

You can take to arms in many different fashions. The first, and most simple step, would be to sign and share our petition on social media. This would only take a few seconds of your time and would help our petition get more publicity. Sharing some of our posts on Twitter or Facebook would help your friends and family realize how they could be negatively impacted if this bill is passed.

Simply talking to a stranger in a coffee shop about CISA will help spread awareness about this terrible bill. Every person who is made aware of this bill will help to spread the word to someone else. it will help create a domino effect. However, not every person will be as social and talkative about important issues as you may be. So another way to promote awareness is by taking to the streets with our flyers and hand them out to spread awareness to help stop the CISA bill. Standing on the street passing out a flyer and talking with people will help a greater number of people realize how atrocious this bill is. To take it one step further, you could organize a rally with fellow citizens and have a small number of people protest the bill outside of your local governments office. You could make signs, hand out flyers and discuss the bill with people as they pass by. Together, in peaceful public protests and marches, you need to show your disapproval of this bill. Public attention will be drawn, having more and more people wake up and realize the harmful nature this bill carries.

To further publicity against this bill, would be to write letters or call your congressmen. Writing a letter or calling a congressmen shows how strongly we all dislike this bill. You need to voice your opinion directly to the congressmen. If we have 50, 100, 500 people writing letters or calling them, they will be forced to shut this bill down. An individual has more power than he or she thinks, and can make change by simply picking up a pencil.

It is your duty, as a citizen of the world, to fight against injustices, and tyranny. Even if they are not where you resign, fighting for the right thing is always a just cause. “There is no greater tyranny, then that which is perpetrated under the shield of law and in the name of justice”. That is what the great philosopher Montesquieu thought. Do you think he is wrong?

We Are Anonymous
We Are Legion
We Do Not Forgive
We Do Not Forget
Operation CISPA Engaged
Expect us


Operation #LISPA


Greetings. We are Anonymous.
We are Operation LISPA

Having a lisp, no matter what kind, can be a tough thing to deal with, especially when people point it out or even worse, make fun of you for it. You’re not alone though, many people have a lisp of some sort. By reading this article, you will learn how to cope with it.

Find out everything you can about your type of lisp. There are four major types of lisps:

◦ The first is an interdental lisp which is caused by the tongue protruding between the two front teeth.
◦ The second is called a dentalized lisp, in which the tongue touches the two front teeth. Both tend to cause S, T, and Z sounds to be produced with more of a “th” sound. (Sometimes dentalized lisps are classified together with interdental lisps.)
◦ The next is a lateral lisp, in which air escapes over the sides of the tongue, causing S and Z sounds to sound wet. It’s sometimes called a “slushy lisp” because of the wet sound.
◦ The last one is the palatal lisp, which is caused by the tongue touching the soft palate when speaking.

Decide if you want to do anything about your lisp. Most lisps, if corrected, are corrected during childhood. However, you can take speech therapy in your teenage years or adulthood, or even just practice smoothing your speech out at home. No matter what age you are, short-term speech therapy or practice can help you overcome it.

If you don’t want to do anything about it, that’s okay too. Some consider their lisp to be a unique feature, a character trait of sorts, and something they may not want to correct. You can look at it like you would a birthmark – something that can be uniquely attributed to you.

Realize that some people actually lisp to gain attention. Yes, that’s right, some people will purposefully lisp when speaking to gain attention. It most often occurs in children, but it can be seen in older people too. This means that they think it sounds cool. It’s almost like having naturally curly hair and all the straight-haired people have to force curls into their hair. You have something naturally that some people will force into their speech simply to gain attention.

Above all, not get too down on yourself or be self-conscious of your lisp. Regardless of whether you choose to correct it or not, do not let it keep you from speaking or from being confident. Keep your head up! Many people have lisps and do very well in the world, and you could be one of those people as well! Don’t let your lisp get in the way of you doing what you want to do. If you wish to speak in public, do it! If you want to sing, by all means, sing! If you have a talent for these things, people may not even notice your lisp – they’ll notice the talent you have!
There are numerous individuals who have made it big in the world, and they also had a lisp. Some famous people who have/had a lisp include Humphrey Bogart, Thomas Jefferson, Winston Churchill, Barbara Walters, Drew Barrymore, Russell Simmons, Anthony Kiedis, and Mike Tyson. Also keep in mind that James Earl Jones didn’t have a lisp, but he did have a bad stutter in his younger years. His voice is now one of the most recognizable in the world! If you’re a religious person, remember Moses? He had a lisp too! True story bro!

Prepare for the worst. Develop an interest in digital security!

Contact Congress about #CISPA

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You may also want to contact these CISPA loving companies and threaten to boycott or your express concerns!

The NSA’s favorite anti-privacy law: #CISPA is not dead!

“CISPA is a law that would give the NSA even more access to our data and let big corporations off the hook when they violate our privacy. And Congress is trying to pass it again…”

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