Anonymous Unloads on Koch Brothers: AFP First Casualty

February 28, 2011


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2 Responses to “Anonymous Unloads on Koch Brothers: AFP First Casualty”

  1. majii on March 1st, 2011 5:45 pm

    I read recently that one of the Koch Brothers has stated that they are not trying to influence politics in America. I believe this about much as I believe that Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy are real (not at all.) This is pure CYA on the part of the Kochs. I remember reading a NY Times article last year in which it was revealed that the Koch Bros. are afraid of the public knowing that they are behind these rw organizations like AFP, CFG, and CU because it would hurt them economically. IMHO, they should have thought about this before they began using them as fronts to subvert democracy.

    I hope that Anonymous is successful in making the name Koch a household name. I remember when President Obama mentioned the names of some of these organizations at his first address to a joint session of Congress in 2009, the Koch Bros., the heads of these organizations, and their minions in Congress were NOT pleased and tried to discredit the president and make it seem as if he was deliberately “picking” on them instead of engaging in a bit of truth telling. I will be making a contribution to Anonymous to help the group expose the Kochs and all of the others who are buying politicians’ votes. The public needs to know about these very influential individuals and the tactics they are using to destroy our democracy.

  2. Sue on March 1st, 2011 8:07 pm

    Hey Majii:

    It’s a sad commentary isn’t it, that we must depend on a group of Anonymous hacktivists to safeguard our democracy from evil oligarchs? It also shows how pathetic our 21st century mainstream media has become. It took a prank phone call from a liberal blogger pretending to be David Koch to really draw attention to the fact that Gov. Scott Walker is a corporate tool, bought and paid for by the Koch brothers.

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