n. Anon or 'non' is an abbreviated form of the word 'Anonymous'. Used to refer to a member or members of the internet-based free speech movement Amonymous.
Anons meet on internet message boards and networking sites to protest and plan pickets educating the public on violations of free speech and other human rights.
Anons are generally seen in masks, sunglassses, and/or other disguises protesting the practices of the Church of Scientology, due to the CoS policy of "Fair Game".
Scientologist 1: I heard a bunch of Anons are going to picket the Org. today.
Scientologist 2: On Stat day!?!
Scientologist 1: Yeah. Just a bunch of SP wogs...
A small, but growing intellectual collective promoting rational and humanist values. The focus of which is aimed at achievement, 'human capability' and advancement through the arts, sciences and any recognised area of study or expertise. The collective is apolitical and non radical by nature; the emphasis based on free thought.
Though the establishment of the movement remains vague, it's recent media attention has peaked interest on an international and national scale. Though some claim that it is yet another intellectual cult 'spin off', it is widely regarded as legitimate. There have been meetings of freeist members documented, known as a "summons", at various locations across the country publically and privately.
Freeism represents intellectuals of free thought.
|3.||Everybody Draw Mohammed Day|
A movement in pro-free speech circles to protest the public outcry among Muslims over South Park's attempted depiction of Mohammed in Episode 201. If Jesus, Buddha, Moses and any other holy figure can be mocked, Mohammed deserves no immunity- Everybody Draw Mohammed Day seeks to promote this view.
The chosen date is May 20th.
After hearing about the appalling censorship Islamofascists pressured Comedy Central into enforcing on South Park, I decided to join the "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day" group on facebook.
A politically progressive California city of 110,000 across the Bay from San Francisco.more...
Home of the Free Speech Movement, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Green Day, Counting Crows, and the University of California (Go Bears!) a.k.a. "Cal".
The elements Berkelium (Bk), Californium (Cf), and Americium (Am), among others, were discovered at U.C. Berkeley.
The cradle of the anti-Vietnam war movement (which led to Goveror Ronald Regan tear-gassing his own citizens). Early opponents to the "Patriot Act" and the Iraq war.
First city to:
-- divest (remove investments) from South Africa, accelerating the end of Apartheid.
-- covert its entire diesel fleet to biodiesel fuel.
-- enact a comprehensive smoking ban.
The discontent with the status quo that was beginning to seethe apon college campuses drew young veterns of the civil rights struggle to a meeting in Port Huron, Michigan, in 1962. During that meeting they organized Stundents for a Democratic Society, whose soul purpose was to tear apart militarism, racial injustice, and poverty.
New Lefists gained national attention in 1964 when administrators at the Unversity of California at Berkeley banned on-campus recruiting of civil rights workers and fund-raising for the movement. The ban ingited the FSM(Free Speech Movement), which staged protests including a massive sit-in and arrest of some 800 people. The FSM became the model for campus protest, however the the issue of free speech soon paled before a much more pressing matter of stundent concern: the Vietnam War.
My friend says that the New Left was simply a bunch of early hippies with a "/real/ cause", but she doesn't understand much about the goverment... in any time period. Especially the 1960's.
|6.||The Global War Against Teachers|
The movement created by the conservative group Student for Academic Freedom that seeks censore teachers who don't agree with their political, moral, and religious, points of view.
Please Note: Students for Academic Freedom does not call or associated there political movement with this name.
As of 2006 the Students for Academic Freedom began The Global War Against Teachers as well and Academic/Intellectual freedom.
|7.||martin luther king|
an over rated black guy who was one of many that led the civil rights movement. there were many people that played a role just as important as he did. even white people, believe it or not. thurgood marshal was a very important attorney durring that time. he believed that one way that equality could be established was through the legal system. he proved this by winning 29 of the 30 cases he brought before the supreme courts
martin luther king is crazy overrated, and because of freedom of speech, there is nothing that can be done to make me remove this posting. so, ha