Anonymous Takes On Philadelphia

Anonymous Takes on Philadelphia...

Anonymous is bringing an alleged injustice to light in the Philadephia area:

Hello Citizens of the world, We are Anonymous. Dear brothers and sisters: Now is the time to open your eyes and expose the truth!

Recently it has come to the attention of Anonymous that Ori Feibush, a business developer, in the Philadelphia neighborhood of Point Breeze, is facing legal action after voluntarily cleaning up more than forty tons of trash from a vacant lot neighboring his local business. Mr. Feibush spent more than twenty thousand dollars of his own money to not only remove the trash but also to level the soil; add cherry trees, fencing and park benches; and repave the sidewalk.

As a result of this man's benevolent contribution, the city agencies demanding that Mr. Feibush return the vacant lot to its previous condition have said they are considering legal action against him. City officials are currently calling him a "trespasser."

Ori Feibush tried to purchase the lot and even visited the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority to present his plan. But the city told him to stop, warning he was "endangering the public."

If the city did the same project it would have cost about one million five hundred thousand dollars. Another intensive might have been to dive down property value then develop it for a profit.

Anonymous can only assume that a few government officials and contractors are butt-hurt because they aren't getting their kickbacks this year because of this benevolent "trespasser."

Not only has the city lost all reason and common sense by believing it is possible to put trash back in the lots without incurring littering charges; they are also a disgrace and a blight on the community for whom they should be working.

This incompetence and abuse of power clearly shows that We The People need to take action and pay the "City of Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority" and Councilman Kenyatta Johnson a visit.

Anonymous demand that the city of Philadelphia immediately retract all claims of wrongdoing by Mr. Feibush and that seek to arrange amicable compensation for his expenses incurred while doing the government of Philadelphia's job.

As for the citizens of Philadelphia and the world it saddens Anonymous greatly when brothers and sisters of Anonymous come across so much corruption within our world. Not every battle can be won by the stroke of a few keys. The success of our freedoms our liberties require every man, women, child to stand in unity against tyranny and corruption. Many Anonymous fight because we hope that our sacrifice will one day wake up the people of the world and everyone. Our children and their children's children, can and should have the inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness that are their just heritage.

We fight so that children can set up a lemonade stands without the fear of being shut down and raided by the police.

We fight so that a mom can buy raw milk and whole foods for her family without the fear of being arrested by law enforcement on behalf of the FDA.

We fight so that a man can collect rain-water on his own property and not fear being thrown in jail or fined.

People of the United States of America and of the world, wake up and realize that your freedoms are being taken away more each and every day. Your bill of rights are being torn to shreds right before your eyes; yet many of you are unaware. Public schools do not teach the constitution and bill of rights anymore; the very documents that was created by our founding fathers to release us from the tyranny that they once lived through.

We are anonymous.

We are Legion.

We do not forgive.

We do not forget.

Expect us.

Note: The lot next to him was sold for $500 to the councilman, Ori launched a blog: http://pleasefixphilly.com/

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