‘Operation Anonville’ – A National Protest Against the Church of Scientology

July 26, 2008 marks the 7 month anniversary since the release of the now infamous “Message to Scientology” video on youtube, the day that the majority of Anonymous consider to be the start of the Anti-Scientology Chanology Movement. From 11 a.m. (local time) onwards, thousands of Anonymous will take to the streets of Sydney to protest peacefully against the actions of the Church of Scientology. This will include members of Anonymous from all over Australia as a show of force.

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‘Operation Anonville’ – A National Protest Against the Church of Scientology

Saturday, July 26th 2008. July 26, 2008 marks the 7 month anniversary since the release of the now infamous “Message to Scientology” video on youtube, the day that the majority of Anonymous consider to be the start of the Anti-Scientology Chanology Movement. From 11 a.m. (local time) onwards, thousands of Anonymous will take to the streets of Sydney to protest peacefully against the actions of the Church of Scientology. This will include members of Anonymous from all over Australia as a show of force.

Anonymous is a grassroots collective comprised of ordinary people from all walks of life, from former Scientologists and long-time cult activists, to college students and corporate professionals, all united in recognition of the malign nature of the Church of Scientology, the danger it poses to society, and the necessity of action. Since the campaign’s inception in January, over 10,000 activists from around the world have joined Anonymous’ fight, and millions have been made aware of the dangers posed by the Church and its practices.

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