Koch Brothers are too Right-wing groups what Murdoch is to Parliment

by rodneymullenface

The 2011 Wisconsin protests were in retaliation to the Wisconsin Budget Repair Bill, which suffered from opposition from conservatives, including tea party advocates.

In retaliation on February 27, 2011 Anonymous created Operation Wisconsin, attacking about David and Charles Koch (billionaire owners of Koch industries) for attempting to ‘usurp’ American Democracy.

Their actions to undermine the legitimate political process in Wisconsin was the final straw. Starting today we fight back’ Anonymous warned the Koch industries owners. Anonymous called on defenders and supporters of Democracy, and Freedom of The People, to boycott all Koch Industries’ paper products.

These included products such as Vanity Fair, Sparkle, Angel soft and many more US products including European products such as Lotus, Demak’Up, Tenderly and many more.

Lobbying is a clear problem in the US and the UK, on the 25th it was diced that Koch’s had spent over the years on various right-wing cause an estimation of up to $20 million dollars to groups such as Americans for Prosperity, ACLU, Club for Growth and Citizens United basically lobbying against unions.

The Koch’s are one of (Republican) Governor Walker’s largest corporate supporters. This was really a first attack that had been made by a hacktivist group against lobbying.

I would like to see the group do something about UK lobbying, as who really runs the UK Cameron or Murdoch? the US needs change just as much as the UK does?

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