Operation MAYDAY

Greetings world.

Today, we find ourselves at a crossroads of history, where the echoes of injustice reverberate across the globe. As students, intellectuals, and citizens   of the world, we are called upon to rise above the fray of political partisanship and unite in the name of humanity in the pursuit of peace and solidarity with the oppressed. Anonymous is deeply moved by the courageous civil disobedience actions being carried out on college campuses across the United States. However, the violence demonstrated by police against peaceful protesters is not a shock to this collective. Because we have been the victims of their military-like tactics in the past. So before we address the matter at hand. we advise the powers-that-be to take caution and tread carefully. The Anonymous Collective will not sit idly by and bear witness as the same tactics that were used against this collective are also used against college students across the United States.

Operation May Day has now been activated.

The recent escalation of hostilities has only deepened the wounds of generations past, leaving behind a trail of devastation and despair.

But amidst the rubble, amidst the tears and the cries of anguish, there is a glimmer of hope. For in the hearts and minds of people around the world, there burns a fire of resistance, a flame of solidarity, and a spirit of defiance against injustice. And it is this flame that we must protect and fan into a raging inferno of change.

Therefore, I implore every one of you, my fellow activists, to heed the call of conscience, to answer the summons of history, and to join us in Washington DC. Let us march in unison as one people to the seats of power in the shadow of the bastions of their fake democracy; let us raise our voices in unison for the cause of peace and justice. Let us set aside our political affiliations, our ideological differences, and our personal biases and come together as one voice, one force for change. Let us transcend the barriers that divide us and embrace the common humanity that binds us all.

In Washington DC, let us march not as Democrats or Republicans, not as liberals or conservatives, but as human beings united in our commitment to end the violence in Gaza, dismantle the structures of oppression, and pave the way for a future of peace and prosperity for all. Together, we can make a difference! We can amplify the voices of the voiceless, shine a light on the atrocities being committed, and hold the perpetrators of violence to account. Together, we can be the agents of change that the world so desperately needs. So, let us march forward with unwavering resolve, with boundless compassion, and with the firm belief that another world is possible.

Let us stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people, not just in words but in deeds. Let us demand an immediate cessation of hostilities, the lifting of the blockade on Gaza, and the recognition of the inherent dignity and rights of every human being.

It is a crucible where the forces of oppression clash with the resilience of a besieged populace, resulting in untold suffering and indignity. In Gaza, 265,000 people are facing crisis levels of food insecurity. Over 1 million people are facing catastrophic levels of food insecurity. One out of three water pipelines coming from Israel into Gaza is operational, but only at 72% of its full capacity, and this has left people in northern Gaza with no access to clean water. An estimated 34,000 Palestinians have been killed, and over 77,000 more have been injured. Along with an unprecedented 250 humanitarian aid workers have been killed, and 141 members of the press.

The recent escalation of violence has inflicted immeasurable harm upon innocent civilians, exacerbating an already dire humanitarian situation and deepening the cycle of despair. Yet, Gaza is but one facet of a broader mosaic of injustice that encompasses the Palestinian territories.

In the West Bank, the relentless expansion of illegal settlements and the pervasive apparatus of occupation serve as stark reminders of the systematic dispossession endured by the Palestinian people. Likewise, the plight of Palestinians in East Jerusalem, where the sacred intersects with the profane, underscores the urgent need for solidarity and advocacy.

In the face of such adversity, we are not merely passive observers but active participants in the struggle for justice and human rights. Our academic pursuits must transcend the confines of the ivory tower and intersect with the lived realities of those whose voices have been marginalized and silenced. Therefore, I implore every one of us to leverage our intellectual capital and scholarly expertise in the service of social justice.

Let us harness the power of knowledge to illuminate the structural injustices that underpin the Palestinian plight and to challenge the status quo through rigorous activism and blatant civil disobience. Our academic endeavors must be complemented by tangible action—a call to mobilize, organize, and advocate on behalf of the oppressed.

Let us march forth from our campuses to the corridors of power, bearing witness to the principles of justice and human dignity that animate our scholarly pursuits. In Washington DC, let us amplify our voices and demand accountability from those entrusted with power and privilege.

Let us advocate for policies that uphold the rights of the Palestinian people, that dismantle the structures of oppression, and that pave the way for a just and lasting peace.

Let us embrace this responsibility with enthusiasm and conviction, for it is through our collective efforts that we can effect meaningful change and contribute to the realization of a more just and equitable world. In conclusion, let us march forward with courage, compassion, and a steadfast commitment to justice. Let us be the architects of a future where the aspirations of the Palestinian people are realized, where dignity and equality prevail, and where peace is not merely a distant dream but a tangible reality.

We are the Collective.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
We Are Anonymous.
You suits should have Expected us.

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