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Chuck U. Farley
Jan 5, 2008
Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired.

Hey if any one has the pictures, and business cards, would you please email them to me, I am going to start an email going with all of those pictures on it. Email it to me to johnson905@aol.com

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UnlikelyHero
Dec 8, 2007

Fat Friend Fiesta

Reposting this: If you are Dutch and planning on going to Amsterdam the tenth, PLEASE drop an e-mail to Amstergoons@gmail.com. Some people are still not sure if they'll go, and being able to say other people will attend helps a lot. It also gives us the opportunity to talk some specific stuff through.

Chuck U. Farley
Jan 5, 2008
Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired.

Oh thank you fro reminding me, if you are planning on going anywhere near the Gainesville, Georgia area, or the Atlanta Georgia, or the lower North Carolina area area let me know at that same email cause I would like to help out thanks again guys

SamuraiFoochs
Jan 16, 2007



Nigel Tufnel posted:

If you want to show your friends on Facebook that you're supporting Anon without adding your name to a group you could always set your profile picture as this:


That's what I've done and quite a few people have asked me about it. Good way to get people interested.

Done. Thanks for this. 'Course I joined a couple groups too, which in a way defeats the purpose, but still.

Doug
Feb 27, 2006

This station is
non-operational.


So I had an idea for a raid...I went to a local CoS once and they gave me a "personality test" and then took me in a room alone and tried to sell me books on Scientology so I could fix myself. Well what if you coordinated with some people, took the test, and then when you went to the room you had a list of questions/info for your interviewer? That would be a very personal way to possibly sow seeds of dissent in local churches one person at a time, one on one. Any thoughts?

This thread has EXPLODED since I was at work on Friday and I'm very glad to see the steam hasn't died down any!

neogeo0823
Jul 4, 2007

hello i am your shadow how nice to meet you


EDIT: ^^^ I think this is a good idea, but it must be very carefully done. You will probably be quickly barred and documented, so if you do that, don't expect to get anywhere near there in the future. However, as a 1 time thing, Maybe. Just make sure they don't learn about where you live or anything personal.

Slasherfan posted:

I'd say this video has already been posted but it's very informative while pretty creepy at the same time. It's also NOT WORK SAFE.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=rCGP-0545EU

Oh poo poo, son!

I mean, I knew they were bad, but I didn't know there were THAT many casses like that. This makes me

Im working on imporving my first design for the business cards now. What I was talking about earlier was the logo of the business suit without a head. I wanna put the barcode over where the face would be, then have a black fedore hovering just a bit above the barcode. I cant seem to find a good picture of a fedora, though.

Also, Nthing the awesomeness of Anarchist's designs.

neogeo0823 fucked around with this message at Jan 27, 2008 around 19:51

Chuck U. Farley
Jan 5, 2008
Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired.

neogeo0823 posted:

EDIT: ^^^ I think this is a good idea, but it must be very carefully done. You will probably be quickly barred and documented, so if you do that, don't expect to get anywhere near there in the future. However, as a 1 time thing, Maybe. Just make sure they don't learn about where you live or anything personal.


Oh poo poo, son!

I mean, I knew they were bad, but I didn't know there were THAT many casses like that. This makes me

Im working on imporving my first design for the business cards now. What I was talking about earlier was the logo of the business suit without a head. I wanna put the barcode over where the face would be, then have a black fedore hovering just a bit above the barcode. I cant seem to find a good picture of a fedora, though.

Also, Nthing the awesomeness of Anarchist's designs.

hey can you send me the design that you have so far so that I can maybe help. johnson905@aol.com

kalisperas
Feb 5, 2005


The-Mole posted:

If you want to get the message out in a form that some more people will read, write a damning, credible email (with links to objective sounding sources) on scientology. Obviously don't make it too long.

Everyone has a parent/relative that forwards chain emails to everyone....
This is exactly what I had in mind. I honestly can't think of a better way to spread the message around faster to the people who don't tend to frequent Digg, etc.

Perhaps something mentioning Tom Cruise, and how his celebrity is being used to promote a dangerous, Godless cult, in order to appeal to both the religious folks and the celebrity-obsessed types. Something listing the most grievous offenses of Scientology, Fair Game, etc. And an appeal to contact their local congressman about the "church's" tax-exempt status. Let those elderly relatives of ours swell the ranks of people complaining through official channels.

Oh, and of course the obligatory "Forward this to everyone you know!"

B-B!
Jan 27, 2008
a heavy murmurous sound, somehow curiously savage

Peppermate posted:

Please, if you're unsure of what you can do to help, follow those instructions and throw the media a bone

Ok I have to weigh in. As a working member of the media, I can tell you guys none of what you are suggesting is going to get you media coverage, at least television coverage. All of my experience is in television, so I will speak to how to draw TV attention only.

1) It is extremely important that you don't approach them as an activist group. Stations are constantly bombarded by A.C.O.R.N., Greenpeace/Sierra Club type groups, and their less than legitimate counterparts. I know I respond a lot better to "I'm just a viewer" than to "I've been spamming your e-mail/fax every 10 minutes for a week, why haven't you covered me?".

2) What TV stations want is "man on the street" appeal. Remember, they aren't programming to informed and educated groups, and they aren't really trying to inform. They want people to watch so they can make money. It's got to be sexy/appalling/heart-warming to make it onto affiliate TV. 99% of all press releases that arrive by e-mail and fax are looked at for 3-4 seconds and poo poo canned. We are flooded with loosely veiled sales pitches hundreds of times a day. Call. Ask for an Assignment Editor. Don't sound crazy. Start with the pay off. I.E. "Hello, I wanted to tell you about a protest that's going to happen at (fill in the blank). We have 99 kagillion people already committed to attend."

3) What you do has to be visual. This is also critical. I.E. if there's a lot of those stop signs in your market that have the "stop scientology" grafitti, you can call in as an IMPARTIAL VIEWER (critical), and report some locations. You can stage a protest/demonstration/rally. TV loves protests, events that have something to see, and a lot of random people for them to talk to.

4) It has to be EASY to cover. You are not going to get a reporter in Peoria, Illinois to do an investigative piece on Scientology. They have a lot to do, and a short time to do it in. If you make it easy on them, they will be a lot more likely to cover you. Don't think of a TV reporter as a reporter, think of them as a news presenter. Sad but true. You have to expect them to be skeptical, and in a very big hurry. Try to have the people you want them to talk to at hand. Try to do your thing on low volume news days, like Saturday to Tuesday. By Wednesday so much news is happening you'll get lost in the shuffle.

5) Make it pay off. If you do convince a station to cover something, and they show up only to see 3 neckbeards with a few lovely signs and a case of Mountian Dew, you will never get a second of coverage. I send crews out every day multiple times to check stuff out. If it looks lame, we spray it in case someone shoots you, and move on to things that will make it on the air.

In conclusion, the "Mention murder, it will get their attention!" is flat-out wrong. It'll just get the cops called on you. News is about local viewer appeal and relevancy. The most you'll accomplish is to get them to put news of your PROTEST on the air for 30-40 seconds, and try to get your message out that way. Yes they're hated, but this is exactly why PETA stages their ridiculous protests, they know how to get airtime, and if they get a few people to log onto their site and see what the fuss is about, mission accomplished.

Jailbrekr
Apr 8, 2002
A TOWN LEVELED BY AN EXPLOSION? DOZENS LIKELY KILLED? OH GOD LET ME SEE THAT SWEET VIDEO OH MY GOD I'M CUMMING


I am simply amazed at the level of coordination that this is showing.

It is simply beautiful.

jvnorris
Jul 9, 2007
Which one of you stole my Internets

neogeo0823 posted:


I mean, I knew they were bad, but I didn't know there were THAT many casses like that. This makes me



Those are just the icing of things there are many many more

http://www.whyaretheydead.net/ Read it! know it! Never forget!

Be Depressive
Jul 8, 2006

I AM GAY
I AM GAY
CHING CHONG
WING WONG
I AM GAY


Vhak, lord of hate posted:

If Scientologists kept exercising thetans or whatever but didn't charge a hefty fee to do so then a lot of my problems with them would be solved.

A lot of people have this opinion, and I used to think this, but if you read enough personal accounts and autobiographies of former Scientologists, you start to realize that the ladder itself is psychologically damaging to people, that the program is designed to hurt people and convince them it's helping.

It's very difficult to explain - the whole thing is just wrong. Yes, they are unethical, but beyond that it is designed to make people crazy, and that's just wrong.

Anarchist
Apr 2, 2003

In the morning if my face is a little puffy I'll put on an ice pack while doing stomach crunches. I can do 1000 now.

Malleus Maleficarum posted:

I REALLY like the second one, but for Googling to be effective you'd have to spell Lisa McPherson correctly. Also, the last line would look better as "Question Scientoloy." than "Question scientology"

Thanks for the extra eyes, I left scientology lowercase because unlike Christianity/Judaism/Islam I don't consider it a capitol letter religion. I'd be more then happy to post the .psd if you know a place that actually lets you host them.

Pelvidar
Mar 13, 2003

"Eat lead you puppet scum!"

If you're not quite prepared to throw in with Anonymous, but want to inspire some interest in getting people to ask about the evils of Scientology, change your Facebook status to "is an SP and you should be too."

Mozzie
Oct 26, 2007


http://harbl.wetfish.net/cosplay/

organizing the globe

Peppermate
Jul 2, 2007

by Ozma


B-B! posted:

advice

will edit, thanks for clearing it up

Geoid
Oct 18, 2005
Just Add Water

I've been reading this thread and following the happenings all weekend, and it is spectacular to see co-operation on such a massive scale.

I pitched this as a story to the show "Search Engine" on CBC radio (http://www.cbc.ca/searchengine) here in Canada, which deals specifically with the internet and how it is used. It's the kinda thing that is right up their alley, hopefully we'll get some more press in Canada and can kick these buggers out.

Darth Freddy
Feb 6, 2007

An Emperor's slightest dislike is transmitted to those who serve him, and there it is amplified into rage.

Has any one started up some my space bulletins/groups yet? I want to be able to help but I am in a small area where no one knows or even cares about. Of course this is West Texas so the scifags may just be to scared to get shot or something along those lines.

Darth Freddy fucked around with this message at Jan 27, 2008 around 20:23

Hopper
Dec 28, 2004

BOOING! BOOING!

OK I am only up to page 20 of this thread but here's a list of links so far, feel free to add them to the OP, I will continue collectign it and then release it on a fileserver or so:

Project Chanology Link-List:

A list of related Websites and Youtube links for quick reference
Related Websites:
• “War Breaks Out Between Hackers and Scientology -- There Can Be Only One” (January 23rd, 2008)
http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/20...mous-attac.html

• OPERATION CLAMBAKE
Info on the nasty side of CoS
http://www.xenu.net/

• Secretdox
Digg about the leaked documents with link to download said documents
http://digg.com/odd_stuff/ANON_rele...logy_secret_DOX
mirror: http://www.zshare.net/download/6818368a43ef18
mirror: http://rs314.rapidshare.com/files/8...0/secretdox.rar

• More Secretdox
Digg about more leaked documents with link to download said documents
http://www.digg.com/odd_stuff/More_...logy_Secret_DOX

• The unfunny Truth about Scientology
(found to be several years old it seems)
http://theunfunnytruth.ytmnd.com/

• PROJECT CHANOLOGY
Schedule, planned activities and general info about the “campaign”
(may go up/down due to the “fight”)
http://www.partyvan.info/index.php/Project_Chanology
alternative links to relief stress on site:
http://partyvan.info.nyud.net/index.php/Main_Page

• The Cruise Missile Crisis
”Abstract: Focuses on an Internet joke about the Church of Scientology members posted by Keith Henson in the United States. Charges filed against Henson; Reference of the joke as a death threat; Social aspects of the Tom Cruise Missile concept created by Henson.”
http://www.holysmoke.org/cos/the-cr...ile.-crisis.htm

• 5000$ reward for Info on hackers
list of religious freedom watch with IP list (which turned out to be all proxies) only mentioned here because it shows how this all escalates
http://web.archive.org/web/20070531...om/5000-reward/

• London raid Flyer:
for London raid Feb.
http://fi.somethingawful.com/is/img183/...16421097ig4.jpg

• Encyclopedia Dramatica entry for Project Chanology
now heavily censored (real or mock censoring? I have no idea)
http://www.encyclopediadramatica.com/PROJECT_CHANOLOGY

• Facebook group
(can’t verify, I don’t have a Facebook account)
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=8692134295&ref=mf

• TIME MAGAZINE Article on Scientology (May 6th,1991)
http://www.xenu.net/archive/media/time910605.html

• Adam Sandler: Stop Picking on Tom Cruise (Jan. 24th 2008)
http://www.people.com/people/articl...0173396,00.html

• Operation Freakout
”Operation Freakout, also known as Operation PC Freakout, was the name given by the Church of Scientology to a covert plan intended to have the author Paulette Cooper imprisoned or committed to a mental institution.”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Freakout

• Operation Snowwhite
”Operation Snow White was the Church of Scientology's name for a project during the 1970s to purge unfavourable records about Scientology and its founder L. Ron Hubbard.”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Snow_White

• Fair Game policy
”The term Fair Game is used to describe various aggressive policies and practices carried out by the Church of Scientology towards people and groups it perceives as its enemies.”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_Game_%28Scientology%29

• Scientology's Puzzling Journey From Tax Rebel to Tax Exempt
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpa...&pagewanted=all

• Scientology in Belgium
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientology_in_Belgium


• Sky News coverage (Jan 24th 2008)
http://skynews.typepad.com/skydotco...ml?cid=98388984

• Anonymous press release (24 Jan 2008)
http://anon.7556.googlepages.com/pressrelease.html

Reddit Link for said press release:
http://reddit.com/info/66iaq/comments

• Coverage on FOK (Jan. 24th, 2008)
(Dutch "news-" site fok.nl)
http://frontpage.fok.nl/nieuws/87008

• Scientology Terms Dictionary
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/scientology/dictionary

• National Post Coverage (Jan. 24th, 2008)
(Canadian Newspaper)
http://network.nationalpost.com/np/...vigilantes.aspx

• Letter to Anonymous from an X-OSA Op
http://forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?t=3448

• “Looking over my shoulder, The Inside Account of the Story That Almost Killed Me”
Paulette Cooper’s report on Scientology
http://www.lermanet.com/paulette-cooper


Youtube and other Videos:

Directly related:
1. “Message to the mass media from Anonymous:”
http://youtube.com/watch?v=Hntaw9m-QmQ
the voice in this video mentions the 2nd video called

2. “Message to Scientology”
http://youtube.com/watch?v=JCbKv9yiLiQ
aka:
“Q: Scientology A: Anonymous”
http://video.google.com/videoplay?d...253292326096449

3. “Message Number 2 to Scientology”
http://youtube.com/watch?v=xaXnajwcPLM&feature=related
the voice in this video mentions a 4th video called

4. “L. Ron Hubbard talking about Xenu”
http://youtube.com/watch?v=7BfQVzQzo5I&feature=user

5. “Scientology Raid”
a video depicting the first raid on the CoS in New York City on January 23rd. 2008
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cGtUd_zBEA

6. “OTVII Squad”
a Scientology southpark-esque Cartoon in multiple parts
part 1: http://youtube.com/watch?v=rscjp79yaxo&feature=related
part 2: http://youtube.com/watch?v=0bmUjl5sPTw&feature=related
part3: http://youtube.com/watch?v=pJWMcBiZmn8&feature=user
part 4: http://youtube.com/watch?v=b6LUN3OX7eg&feature=user

7. Lisa McPherson Orders a Pizza for Scientology
Anonymnous prank call of Jan 19th, 2008
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=MNrsZQfAtFI


Not directly related but info & random CoS stuff:

• Jerry O’Connel’s Cruise parody video
http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/3f716ffebe

• “L Ron Hubbard going slightly mad”
older video but still interesting in this context
http://youtube.com/watch?v=DB4oahZkGZo

• “The Secret Life of L Ron Hubbard”
UK documentary (1997)
part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksDoVUTy1go
part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj2iFFmqP4U
part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RLteeyMlgk
part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmziDR3f4PA
part 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mg0JaGc-ego

• “Tom Cruise Career death” (Sky News feature, January 2008? exact date unknown)
part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfAjK1EJHYY&feature=user
part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhP7K1UVrG4&feature=user
part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xs26_QAoW2o&feature=user
part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmnxkR9QmQE&feature=user

• “Scientology Crazy Followers” (4th July 2006?)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPol_m8wm8Y

• “Scientology Security Guys” (April 6th, 2006)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLZJ...feature=related

• “Cult Awareness Network CAN bankrupted by Scientology”
”This is a 60 Minutes report on the takeover of the Cult Awareness Network by Scientology.”
part1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCE-ICnqtVk
part2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zx8jGpLcB24

• Anon hacked Scientology (phones)
about a year old
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84TE...feature=related

• South Park Scientology Episode scene
cartoon about what Scientologists actually believe
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3QqjTsFKm4

• “Panorama: Scientology an Me”
BBC report (May 14th, 2007)
http://video.google.com/videoplay?d...281853779690652
Related wikipage: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientology_and_Me

IRQ
Sep 9, 2001


For those of us not furiously F5ing the thread but who also hate scientology, what has actually happened?

From what I can tell it's just the chans DDoSing and goons making fliers, am I missing something? Has CoS responded at all?

Queenie Z
Sep 12, 2006

by Ozma


Darth Freddy posted:

Has any one started up some my space or face book bulletins/groups yet? I want to be able to help but I am in a small area where no one knows or even cares about. Of course this is West Texas so the scifags may just be to scared to get shot or something along those lines.

Sup, I've got family over there

A Facebook group was posted on the last page methinks.

ultimatemike
May 10, 2005

Little Joe? Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man.


Mozzie posted:

http://harbl.wetfish.net/cosplay/

organizing the globe


Noticed the San Jose one is missing:

650 Saratoga Avenue, San Jose, CA 95129

Curiouser
Aug 1, 2007

YOU WILL ELECT OBAMA OR I'LL MAKE YOU ALL SORRY


Be Depressive posted:

A lot of people have this opinion, and I used to think this, but if you read enough personal accounts and autobiographies of former Scientologists, you start to realize that the ladder itself is psychologically damaging to people, that the program is designed to hurt people and convince them it's helping.
Yes, but the tactics needed to get through to them would be confrontational and would not appeal to someone totally uninformed of them. Walk before we run, make people aware of Scientology before we try to change minds in the cult.

Honestly, the best we can probably do for people in the cult would be to, once there is enough public awareness, set up support groups and rehabilitation for destitute former members. A lot of people don't leave because they'd have nowhere to go and sometimes have no real world skills and education (especially the second and third generation members) and no money. A group helping to house, employ, and provide emotional support and legal advice for the people who leave would be the best thing possible for these people.

Mozzie
Oct 26, 2007


intelligent and friendly scientologists? unpossible!

I bet the guy on this guy is on the verge of defecting though.

a slime
Apr 11, 2005



Mozzie posted:

http://harbl.wetfish.net/cosplay/

organizing the globe

Austin HQ is also missing

2200 Guadalupe St # 2, Austin, TX

Handlebar Mustache
Jul 10, 2007

Resistin' Western aggression ain't easy!

IRQ posted:

For those of us not furiously F5ing the thread but who also hate scientology, what has actually happened?

From what I can tell it's just the chans DDoSing and goons making fliers, am I missing something? Has CoS responded at all?

no, right now it is mostly organizing rallies at CoS "churches".




This was so ridiculous I just had to reply

Nnep posted:

It seems you guys are hand picking which laws you want to abide by here, and which you want to play off as 'meh it's ok since we're angry'. Doesn't child porn run rampant through the *chans? What happened to SA's burn them at the stake view against anyone who even looks touches it? Also isn't vandalism, DDoS attacks, and all the other stupid destructive poo poo posted on that partychan raid overview page ultimately illegal?

You guys are doing illegal things to fight a company that's doing illegal things, which is one of the bigger things you're so angry about in the first place. How does that even make sense? Peaceful protests are the only real good idea being posted here, but no wonder you're going to get harassed and monitored if you're wearing loving all black with guy fawkes masks

We are taking down sites for a corporation that murders, steals, shouts profanities at Germans coming into the U.S, and infiltrated the IRS. We are obviously just as bad as they are.

IT Girl
Feb 6, 2005

If you really wanna do something, you just do it. But you don't think about it. That's the difference between you and me.

I REALLY like the idea on the Chanology wiki about mailing packets of Kool-Aid to people in the CoS with a letter from "Jim Jones".("Here's some Kool-Aid, you're gonna need it!") I'd like to see people at the raids handing out packets to the Scientologists they meet, but I don't know if they'd get the joke.

neogeo0823
Jul 4, 2007

hello i am your shadow how nice to meet you


Ok guys, heres my revisions so far. I basically only changed the text, but I think that that's the most important bit anyway. Let me know what you think. The first one, I'll admit I got a bit stumped about what to put, so its just what popped into my head at the time. As for the other two, Those are just revisions of m last ones, but changed to hopefully make them more damaging to them and less to us.

McBeth
Jul 11, 2006
Odeipus ruined a great sex life by asking too many questions.

So what about those live news programs where they have a big window showing the street and people passing by, why not make some signs and hang out at the news station for when they go to live broadcast? Bonus point for Guy Fawkes masks.

Now something like the Today show would be awesome.

PopeOnARope
Jul 23, 2007

Hey! Quit touching my junk!


Hopper posted:

Hooooly poo poo

Add it to the Insurgency Wiki as a "content index" or something when you're done

neogeo0823 posted:

Ok guys, heres my revisions so far. I basically only changed the text, but I think that that's the most important bit anyway. Let me know what you think. The first one, I'll admit I got a bit stumped about what to put, so its just what popped into my head at the time. As for the other two, Those are just revisions of m last ones, but changed to hopefully make them more damaging to them and less to us.



Eh, the problem to a buisness card is that those basically have poster levels of content on them :-\. Plus, if we're going to have a mission statement, it needs to be 1-2 lines tops.

mag
Feb 9, 2007

fuck this

i'm out


As per this.

Professor Dog posted:

I really like the text, but I think you should include some reference to CoS on it. This goes for a lot of other posted designs too. We're trying to spread information, not virally market a movie.



Now with more Scientology.

EDIT: This is a 2 x 3.5 Bizcard design in 300dpi, in case anyone was confused.

mag fucked around with this message at Jan 27, 2008 around 20:46

WillieWestwood
Jun 23, 2004

Happy Thanksgiving!


neogeo0823 posted:

Ok guys, heres my revisions so far. I basically only changed the text, but I think that that's the most important bit anyway. Let me know what you think. The first one, I'll admit I got a bit stumped about what to put, so its just what popped into my head at the time. As for the other two, Those are just revisions of m last ones, but changed to hopefully make them more damaging to them and less to us.


Nice. That's one classy Anonymous.

Shibaz
May 17, 2004



IT Girl posted:

I REALLY like the idea on the Chanology wiki about mailing packets of Kool-Aid to people in the CoS with a letter from "Jim Jones".("Here's some Kool-Aid, you're gonna need it!") I'd like to see people at the raids handing out packets to the Scientologists they meet, but I don't know if they'd get the joke.

I really liked the idea of having peacefully protests outside of CoS buildings with concerned family members of scientologists, until I thought about how that was a huge factor in Jim Jones deciding to pull the plug and have everyone die. Once members start asking questions and becoming worried about what they are being led into, the leaders will take more drastic actions.

I don't see a way to get around that though.

Petah
Aug 24, 2006

Keeping the American Imperialists at bay since 1948


LINK FLIERS WILL NOT WORK! NORMAL PEOPLE DON'T GIVE A poo poo ABOUT RANDOM URL ADDRESSES! The average person has an attention span of 5 seconds and there's NOW WAY you are going to get a bunch of people to memorize a website, go home and look it up. Present fliers with quick, concise facts and use websites as a follow-up. Think about how you react to propaganda handed out to you on the street, would you really care about a website being advertised by some pushy teenager in a mask?

Tighclops
Jan 23, 2008

PARTY ON, GARTH OF IZAR


Petah posted:

LINK FLIERS WILL NOT WORK! NORMAL PEOPLE DON'T GIVE A poo poo ABOUT RANDOM URL ADDRESSES! The average person has an attention span of 5 seconds and there's NOW WAY you are going to get a bunch of people to memorize a website, go home and look it up. Present fliers with quick, concise facts and use websites as a follow-up. Think about how you react to propaganda handed out to you on the street, would you really care about a website being advertised by some pushy teenager in a mask?

Fliers along the lines of "Google Lisa McPherson" would work a lot better, I would think. It may also help to try googlebombing websites with accurate information on that, because once Scientology catches on they're going to try and fill that up with their own propaganda bullshit.

Randomness
Jul 21, 2007
Parasitic Contributionist

neogeo0823 posted:

Ok guys, heres my revisions so far. I basically only changed the text, but I think that that's the most important bit anyway. Let me know what you think. The first one, I'll admit I got a bit stumped about what to put, so its just what popped into my head at the time. As for the other two, Those are just revisions of m last ones, but changed to hopefully make them more damaging to them and less to us.





Awesome work, but you do need to cut down on the content.

It has to be really snappy, curiosity-inspiring, and not the sort of thing that comes across as "tinfoil hats".

I think that anything to do with Legion and the We are Anonymous logo is brilliant for the general public (first image/logo is incredibly good) but we have to leave people to find out for themselves (would you support an organisation that committed treason is a very loaded question).

I'd say don't even mention Scientology, it would be effective.

We will not sit idly by.
If we all take a stand. Right here. Right now.

If we make it clear that we will not allow them to continue extorting their followers and continue to harass their critics and skeptics, then together, we can put an end to the suppression.
Knowledge is free. And so are you.
*the anon logo as usual*

Put something to google in there, maybe chanology (loaded with issues due to ddos), Paulette Cooper or even just Lisa McPherson.

Nipple Drainage
Feb 19, 2006



Petah posted:

LINK FLIERS WILL NOT WORK! NORMAL PEOPLE DON'T GIVE A poo poo ABOUT RANDOM URL ADDRESSES! The average person has an attention span of 5 seconds and there's NOW WAY you are going to get a bunch of people to memorize a website, go home and look it up. Present fliers with quick, concise facts and use websites as a follow-up. Think about how you react to propaganda handed out to you on the street, would you really care about a website being advertised by some pushy teenager in a mask?

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Kobalt
Mar 19, 2003



Mozzie, listen carefully, and use google. Since this thread is on google, I won't explain.

Ninja fetus
Jan 22, 2005
Legalize murder

Anarchist posted:

Thanks for the extra eyes, I left scientology lowercase because unlike Christianity/Judaism/Islam I don't consider it a capitol letter religion. I'd be more then happy to post the .psd if you know a place that actually lets you host them.


This is fantastic. We need more variations.

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javi
Jun 5, 2004

Silly yes ... Idiotic ... yes.!

I've been following this thread from the beginning and i love the idea of raids. I'm going to be attending the one in Vancouver and handing out leaflets, so help spread the message. Just curious though, I'm new to Vancouver and I have no idea where I can get a Guy Fawkes mask, can anybody pm me with some places? thx.

Go Anon.

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