Greeting’s citizens of the World. We’d like to give you tonights entertainment.
It has come to the attention of the collective that the Indian Military has been committing multiple human rights abuses in Kashmir. These stem from arresting protestors to systematically raping villages, all in the attempt of crushing dissent and forcing obedience.
The unlawful occupation of Kashmir has been something that has been swept under the rug of international affairs. It appears that Human Rights is a term that has been tossed around for only the convenience of political parties. It appears that Human Rights don’t matter when it is a country that presents a financial interest to the United States of America. This struggle has gone on for decades in the worst styles of abuse, but has gone largely ignored.
So we come to today, while protestors in Kashmir have, yet again, taken to the streets, Anonymous has taken to the internet in support of their struggle. The current protests regards the un-investigated deaths of 358 infant deaths in Srinagar. Omar Abdullah has failed to address the problem during his visits to the region. He has felt it justified to sweep these incidents under the rug.
But Anonymous does not forget, and neither do the people of Kashmir. We have acted in support of the protests on the ground. The people are calling for their promised plebiscite. We will continue to press for reform in the region of Kashmir. The acts of the Indian Military Machine in that region have gone on long enough.
The facts remain. The people of Kashmir do not feel the are embraced as people of India. When a country refuses you medical attention due to the region you come from, you fail to be a part of that country. Independence from India remains the only viable option to the people of Kashmir.
Let’s be clear, we do NOT support any other claims to the region, spare the claims made by the people of Kashmir.
In support of the protestors of Kashmir we have taken down the following sites:
We have not permanently damaged these sites, nor have we harmed the infrastructure of India. We have simply shown our support to the protestors of Kashmir in the best way Anonymous knows. By organizing our own virtual sit-ins.
We will continue to do so, along side the people protesting on the ground. As long as feet march in the region Anonymous will bring down websites.
We are Anonymous
We are Legion
We do not forgive
We do not forget