Daily Archives: October 3, 2010

Ministry Of Sound, You’re Next!

Gallant Macmillan Ministry of Sound about to get PWND!!!!

Anonymous’ plans of attacking the website of London-based copyright attorneys Gallant Macmillan were abruptly put on hold today, as the target chose to take down their own site rather than weather the deluge from the Anonymous packet storm. The target was quickly migrated to the website of the British nightclub and record label Ministry of Sound. This site went down with ease and as of this posting, remains down.

Anonymous claims that this raid is due to the Ministry of Sound’s position as the top client of Gallant Macmillan. This attack adds to the weeks of electronic civil disobedience waged by anonymous internet users as a means of voicing outrage over draconian enforcement of badly-written copyright laws drafted by the music industry.


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Thousands Rally on the Mall in Support of Workers and Unions.

Washington DC- On October 2nd 20210, thousands of people lined the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and the Reflecting Pool to voice their support for labor and union causes for the One Nation Working Together Rally

Many Thousands of Union Workers Unite on Mall

Not all march-goers, however, display the same slavish devotion to “message unity” as others, many people carried signs excoriating Obama’s policies on drone strikes in Pakistan, others highlighted Obama’s continuation of Bush-era encroachments upon civil liberties, while others still voiced their displeasure at the lack of traction immigrant rights have been witnessing under the Obama administration.

Holding Obama to the Same Standards that Were Held on Bush

Supporting groups all seemed to stage their own feeder marches to the gathering on the Mall; CASA de Maryland and the Service Employees International Union held a pro-immigrant rally on the west lawn of the Capitol while a diversity of Unions ranging from the Teamsters to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers brought a healthy number of people to the rally.

Labor and Immigration Rights Focus of Rally

Most refreshing was the sizable contingent of Socialists, numbering in at about two hundred, representing both the Socialist Party USA and Ohio Socialist senate candidate Dan La Botz. Underscoring the fact that Obama and his policies are anything but “socialist,” they could be heard among the throngs of people chanting “Obama ain’t no Socialist! We are! WE ARE!”


There is also a report back from DCDirect Action News

More photos of the rally can be found HERE and HERE

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