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Egyptians celebrate for the second night in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the Egyptian popular revolt, February 12, 2011. Tahrir Square became the start of occupying central squares as protest.

2011 will be remembered as the year that the Occupy Movement more or less spontaneously emerged, as a sudden crystallisation of the mass discontent which had been brewing for many years. Initially in USA, it quickly went global, and proved a wake up call to many - although it failed to agree on coherent aims. The destruction of Libya, planning to launch a gold-backed dinar, was one focus of discontent with US Foreign Policy.

Occupy Movement

Full article: Occupy Movement
Sergeant John Pike practices his pepper-spray technique on 30 students of UC Davis. They were later awarded $30,000 each in compensation, while he was awarded $38,056 for "psychological injuries" after being publicly derided for his action.

An invitation from Adbusters inviting people to protest Wall St. by physically occupying the space proved to be a spark which ignited a huge well of discontent and hinger for real change amongst young and old in the USA. This movement quickly went global as activists used the internet to collaborate and for mutual encouragement. Similarly to the flower power movement of the late 1960s, the movement seemed to catch the establishment unawares and they were initially nonplussed, before resorting to that time trusted staple of violent repression.

Dallas occupy plot

Full article: Rated 4/5 Dallas occupy plot

Plans held (made?) by the Dallas police department to assassinate leaders of the local Occupy encampment were not implemented. A February 2015 ruling of Judge Rosemary M. Collyer allowed the plot to remain secret.


Attacks on Libya

Full article: 2011 Attacks on Libya
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In 2011, 18 countries, including 14 NATO members, launched premeditated aggression against Libya. Seven months of NATO airstrikes were estimated to have killed 60,000 Libyan civilians in what was termed a "humanitarian intervention".[1] Pre-war propaganda included lies about "Viagra rapes" by Libyan forces of Muammar Gadaffi.

Egyptian Revolution

Full article: Stub class article 2011 Egyptian Revolution

The US government gave strong rhetorical support to those involved in the 2011 Egyptian Revolution, which was to prove a sharp contrast with its violent repression of a mass popular movement of discontent within its own borders.

"Non violent extremism"

Full article: “Non-violent extremism”

Google trends data records that searches for "non-violent extremism" started in January 2011. This is a strategy to try to motivate violent repression of the non-violent, by encouraging fear of those whose ideas are at odds with government sanctioned truth.

Bilderberg Exposure

Full article: Bilderberg/Exposure

Just 2 years after Charlie Skelton's groundbreaking report about the 2009 Bilderberg, in 2011, BBC acknowledged a changing of the official narrative about the group, artfully entitling an article Bilderberg mystery: Why do people believe in cabals? - reframing the "mystery" associated with the group to speculation about the mental health of people who question its toxic nature.[2]



Al-Salam weapons deal21 December 2005 - 2017
Iraq Inquiry24 November 2009 - 6 July 2016
"Arab Spring"December 2010 - June 2012
Dallas occupy plot2011
Operation Want2011 - Present
2011 Egyptian Revolution25 January 2011 - 11 February 2011
George W. Bush/Torture Indictment7 February 2011 - Present
2011 Attacks on Libya15 February 2011 - 23 October 2011
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster11 March 2011
2011 Syrian Insurgency15 March 2011 - 28 July 2011
Bilderberg/20119 June 2011 - 12 June 2011
Leveson Inquiry13 July 2011 - 29 November 2012
2011 Norway attacks22 July 2011 15:25:00 - 22 July 2011 18:34:00
2011 England riots6 August 2011 - 11 August 2011

New Groups

Hand in Hand for SyriaHiHLogo.jpg2011 - PresentCharity?The spooky organisation that "Dr Rola" was working for when she called for humanitarian bombing of Syria. Now renamed and operating also in Turkey and Jordan.
Global Commission on Drug PolicyGCDP-rect-logo-for-web.png2011 - PresentA group critical of the "war on drugs", which "advocates decriminalizing drug use by those who do no harm to others."
World for LibyaWorldForLibya.png14 June 2011 - PresentCharity?
Occupy movementOccupy movement logo.svg17 September 2011 - PresentA non-violent, decentralised movement which provoked a violent reaction from the authorities. A mass awakening for millions of youngsters.
Global Counter Terrorism ForumGlobal Counter Terrorism Forum logo.png22 September 2011 - Present
Genie EnergyGenie Energy.jpg31 October 2011 - Present

New Websites

Whiteout PressWhiteout Press.jpg2011 - Presenthttp://www.whiteoutpress.com/
AmpedStatusAmped.png19 January 2011 - Presenthttp://ampedstatus.com/News aggregation site supplemented with perceptive analysis and reports by the site's owner. It's focus is globalised money and power. It is US centric and aimed squarely at a US readership, both of which tend to promote an 'American exceptionalism' that is clearly at odds with its claimed core purpose.
Kevin Annett/WebsiteWebsite.png24 June 2011 - Presenthttp://KevinAnnett.comA blog.
ExaroExaro.jpgSeptember 2011 - Presenthttp://www.exaronews.com
Golem XIV - ThoughtsGolemXiVlogo.png8 September 2011 - Presenthttp://www.golemxiv.co.uk/Private single man blog commenting on UK and world politics with emphasis on finance.

Groups that were Wound Up

Western European UnionWestern European Union.svg23 October 1954 - 30 June 2011
One World ActionOWA 21.jpg1989 - 2011CharityA London-based charity, headed by Labour MEP Glenys Kinnock from 1989 until its closure in 2011, which provided development aid for overseas projects focusing on alleviating poverty and oppression, and on safeguarding people's human rights.
National Domestic Extremism TeamNational Domestic Extremism Team.jpg2005 - 2011
Centre for Social CohesionGroup.png2008 - April 2011Think tank