#Anonymous Project Mayhem 2012: The Plan | #Nov5

Anonymous call:
”Greeting brothers and sisters, Due to tremendous support of Project Mayhem 2012 from you, the people, we would like to present to you the “Game Plan”. On the 5th of November 2012, TYLER will be out of beta testing. There is expected to be many versions of TYLER to be released. On this day, the cypherhacker community is expected to audit all codes, along with choosing the best TYLER candidate. This massive code audit will be done from November 5th to December 11th. TYLER will be fully operational and released wild on the internet on December 12th, along an outpouring response to TYLERs arrival through social media by you, the people. On December 12 2012 till December 21 2012, all insiders, moles, and whistler blowers worldwide will release an unprecedented amount of corporate, finical, military and state leaks onto TYLER.

As well as cyber actions Project Mayhem 2012 will involve Real life actions to occupyreality. We ask all occupying citizens to organize massive flash mobs to occupy their city halls, financial districts, banks, parks or any of their choosing, everyday at 11:11am and 11:11pm for just one minute, this will ensure there is no unnecessary confrontation, all this leading up to a massive party to occupy parliaments worldwide on 12.21.2012.

Soon the global economic system will start the final financial meltdown, for trust in fear based money will finally be broken. We ask the people of this world to break free from their fear based money and start using the uncensorable and secured bitcion currency.

With this plan in effect the future of this planet is now in our hands.
It is our responsibility to create the change we wish to see in the world.

On 12.21.2012 we will leak it all. From this day forth we will spread this mind virus onto the masses. On 12.21.2012, we will withdraw it all. On 12.21.2012, we will Occupy it all. On 12.21.2012 we will…..
SYSTEM FAILURE. SYSTEM FAILURE.
MayBEE #TYLER kNWOs? MayBEE #TYLER kNWOs?”

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GLOBAL EDUCATION STRIKE

source: http://es.scribd.com/doc/105762184/GLOBAL-EDUCATION-STRIKE-Huelga-Global-de-Educacion

GLOBAL EDUCATION STRIKE, Huelga Global de Educación

International Joint StatementAround the world over the past decade students, pupils, teachers, parents and employees have been protesting against the increasing commercialization and privatization of public education, and fighting for free and emancipatory education.
Many of us use the International Student Movement as a self-managed platform initiated to exchange information, to network and to co-ordinate protests at both the international and the global levels. Since the ISM platform was initiated in November 2008 various global days and weeks of action were coordinated.
We strive for structures based on direct participation and non-hierarchical organization through collective discussion and action. Anyone who identifies with the struggle against the privatization of public education, and for free and emancipatory education can join and participate on as well as shape the platform!
The following aims unite us worldwide:
What are we struggling against?
The effects of the current economic system on people and education systems:
→ tuition fees or any form of fees which exclude people from accessing and equally participating in education
→ student debt
→ public education aligned to serve the (labour) market;
► The so called Bologna-Process (as with its counterparts around the world) is aimed at implementing education systems that primarily train people in skills serving the labour market. It promotes the reduction of costs for training a person, shortens the length of time spent studying, and produces underqualified workforces.

→ turning education into a commodity as part of the commodification of all aspects of life
→ the significant and increasing influence of business interests on basic budgets for public education
→ the significant and increasing budget cuts on public education worldwide
→ the privatisation of public funds through the subsidisation of private educational institutions
→ the commodification and exploitation of labor within educational institutions
We stand against discrimination and exclusion within any educational institution based on:
→ socio-economic background, for instance by charging fees so that people with less money can’t participate equally
→ nationality
→ performance and academic record
→ political ideologies and activities
→ gender
→ sexual orientation
→ religion
→ ethnic background
→ skin colour
We stand against the prioritisation of research towards commercially valuable patents rather than open knowledge freely available to all
→ Public educational institutions are increasingly forced to compete for private sponsorships to do (basic) research; at the same time private funds tend to be invested into research promising to be profitable, leading to a decline in funding for areas of research which may be important but not deemed economically lucrative. Educational institutions and participants are evaluated on the basis of economic profitability and often compete to receive additional public funding based on this criteria.
We stand against the prioritisation of income-generating research grants ahead of education and basic research
Activities for the army within educational institutions:
→ no research specifically for military purposes
→ no recruiting and advertising activities for the army
What are we struggling for?
CONTENT:
→ free and emancipatory education as a human right. Education should primarily work for the emancipation of the individual, which means: being enabled to critically reflect and understand the power structures and environment surrounding him-/herself. Education must not only enable the emancipation of the individual but society as a whole
→ education as a public good serving public interests
→ academic freedom and choice: freedom to pursue any educational discipline
ACCESS:
→ free from monetary mechanisms of payment by participants and any kind of discrimination and exclusion and therefore freely accessible to all individuals
→ sufficient funding for all public educational