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Background For Anonymous
Demonstration On Monday

By Jim Kirwan
There is an untested additional aspect to the Demonstrations in Civic Center on Monday during Rush Hour.
The San Francisco Civic Center is no-longer under the jurisdiction of the San Francisco Police Dept. That function has been taken over by a PRIVATE SECURITY FORCE which does NOT answer to the people, to the Board of Supervisors or to anyone except their own Board of Governors: And they will be "IN-CHARGE of Civic Center tomorrow (supposedly). (1)
BART.gov is a federal agency and the City of San Francisco will apparently have no-say in what happens tomorrow because the FEDS control BART and the CBD controls the Civic Center."
"For the people outside of San Francisco, show solidarity by using black fax, email bombs, and phone calls to the BART Board of Directors. BART decided to cut off your communications and now we will flood theirs," the group said in a statement.
Anonymous calls the effort #OpBART. The statement includes links to media materials and "email and fax bomb info."
The BART cell phone shutdown occurred on Thursday and took out service from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. PST at the Embarcadero, Montgomery Street, Powell Street, and Civic Center BART stations.
"Shutting down access to mobile phones is the wrong response to political protests, whether it's halfway around the world or right here in San Francisco. You have the right to speak out. Both the CaliforniaConstitution and the First Amendment to the United States Constitution protect your right to freeexpression," the ACLU said following the outage, a violation of the Communications Act of 1934.
The outrageous BART action follows a call by British PM David Cameron to censor social media in response to riots in London. Cameron said the "free flow of information" can be a problem and promised the government will work with business to shut down internet and cell phone communications in the future.
Home Secretary Theresa May called for meetings with the three companies following Cameron's statement.
BART's cell phone shutdown reveals government will also preemptively strike media - like the dictator Mubarak did in Egypt before he was deposed - for political reasons.
Cameron set a precedent that will not be used by government to silence critics and the political opposition." From Kurt Nimo August 14, 11 (2)
1) San Francisco The Death of Civic Center
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