Ctrl+Alt+Bernanke: Operation Empire State Rebellion Resumes Attack On Fed Chairman

Tyler Durden's picture

Operation Empire State Rebellion is back. Perhaps in the aftermath of the IMF "very major breach" by anonymous hackers, it is really time to make sure all external access points to FedWire and FedLine are truly safe and sound. It will be very sad if it is uncovered that this source of externally accessible portal to hundreds of billions in emergency Fed funding has been somehow compromised. Just imagine the loss of confidence in the system... Why, a global distributed attack would really stretch the Fed's 1,200-strong police force quite thin.

Op_ESR's just released video:

90 days ago, we requested Ben Bernanke's resignation as Federal Reserve chairman. Mr. Bernanke has not complied with our request.

  • The Federal Reserve's policies are systematically looting the country to enrich one-tenth of one percent of the population.
  • The Federal Reserve has deliberately driven tens of millions of people into poverty.
  • The Federal Reserve is responsible for Crimes Against Humanity!
  • The Federal Reserve gave trillions of American taxpayer dollars, in secrecy, to the people who were most responsible for causing our economic crisis.
  • Our tax dollars were handed out as all-time record-breaking bonuses to top executives at the “Too Big to Fail” global banks.
  • The Federal Reserve gave American taxpayer dollars to foreign banks and corporations.
  • The Federal Reserve directly subsidized tax evasion by funneling taxpayer dollars into to the Cayman Islands.
  • The Federal Reserve gave American tax dollars to their primary dealer banks, so the banks could then lend that same money back to the US government at higher interest rates, leading to significant profits for the banks, at the further expense of the American public.
  • Through bailout programs the Federal Reserve socialized financial losses onto American taxpayers and privatized profits into the hands of global banks.
  • The Federal Reserve aids and abets trillions of dollars in accounting fraud.
  • The Federal Reserve routinely manipulates the stock market.
  • The Federal Reserve deliberately caused inflation in the price of food, gas and basic necessities, while devaluing the dollar!
  • The Federal Reserve represents the central planning force behind a global banking cartel that has deliberately impoverished people throughout the world.

US Politicians have not taken action to break up the Federal Reserve and the “Too Big To Fail” Banks.
US Politicians have not taken action to prosecute the people who caused our economic crisis.
US Politicians have not taken action to end the system of political bribery, the campaign finance and lobbying racket, which allows global bankers to control our political process.
Democrats have failed us.
Republicans have failed us.
No one is defending our interests.
We cannot remain passive while our future is going up in flames.
It is time for us to stand up for ourselves.
It is time for you to stand up for yourself.
We must restore the rule of law and fight back against the organized criminal class.
We must now launch Operation Empire State Rebellion.
The operation will commence on June 14th.
As a first step, we are calling upon you to occupy a public space until Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke steps down.

Operation Empire State Rebellion, Engaged.

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HamyWanger's picture

For now, they seem to better master AfterEffects than hacking. 

But I'll wait and see. 

Ahmeexnal's picture

How about occupying a pubic space instead?

three chord sloth's picture

While I'm all for occupying pubic spaces as much as possible, I do not see how that will help the cause at this time.

gmrpeabody's picture

This stool at the end of the bar is a public place.

mkkby's picture

This is all misguided.  We don't want hack attacks because that just provides the false flag to shut down internet freedom.  We don't want physical protests because that's another false flag to unleash the thug brigades against the people...  Not only that but it didn't even slow down the Viet Nam war.

What we want is for everyone to opt out.  Stop feeding the beast as much as possible.  Stop doing business with TBTF banks.  Stop buying corporate crap that we don't need.  Buy PMs and barter if you can.  Doing this will bring down the system without breaking any laws that can cause a backlash.  There's nothing they can do if we simply make choices that are in our best interest, which at the same time deny revenues and taxes to those who are destroying our society.

Just fucking opt out.

FIAT_FixItAgainTony's picture

amen mkkby,

"Refuse to participate in the charade"

Abitdodgie's picture

This is a fucking joke , do you think Americans give a shit they are so hopelessly dependant on the system they will give their life for it , they like being a slave and been made homeless and giving away all their rights and been shit on as long as they can watch snookie on their flat screen whilst been told how great America is doing , they will not get it until it is all gone . If you don't believe me see what happen on June 14 , I will tell you now NOTHING. All these post about rebellion are just bread and circus, I used to care about the poor people who had not woken up , but then I realized they don't want to they are happy being slaves , the whole human race is devolving and they deserve what they get, I Have no children , I have a good life no taxes , my own land free and clear, so why should I give a fuck about the rest of America if they are stupid enough to let the banks/ politicians do this to them FUCK um

Abitdodgie's picture

And one other thing people take about "non violent protest" yet the police come in and kick the shit out of them ,how about violent protests take your guns and shoot the police then they will know you are not just pathetic soft dick Americans , you all say you want change , bull shit , fucking slaves are all the same.

Oh regional Indian's picture

Well abitdodgie, isn't it interesting that what is essentially a progression of slave culture, ie. inner city black culture, is now the dominant culture of America?

Look at black representation in the popular (sic) arts space. In sports of course. Everywhere except academia/finance and politics, where they remain a total minority.

I think that is very interesting in light of what you said above. I mean, ZH can do a wordcount of Muthafuka, hood, bitch and nigga, it'd be heavy.

Slave mind. Show me the way massah, you be the light.

Yo! wasup?



TwoShortPlanks's picture

Interestingly, the music chosen for the background of the Anonymous clip seems to be a stretched version of the End Theme Title to the movie 'Wall Street' (Charlie Sheen, Michael Douglas & Daryl Hannah), as this scene in the movie is where Sheen's character, 'Bud Fox' is walking up the stairs to the Federal Court to commence his trial for charges of 'Market Manipulation'...this is of course one of the charges which Anonymous accuses Ben Bernanke and the US Fed of committing.

Ahmeexnal's picture

If time were on our side, it would help by increasing our numbers. But we all know we're already living on borrowed time from our fate.

dark pools of soros's picture

people just need to start using barter and time banks more and more..  get out of the debt cycle and they lose power more and more


(also, has everyone reused the Fallout 3 'Please Stand By' screenshot now?) 

Chuck Walla's picture

Anymore of the Fed and I'll be occupying the public space under a bridge.

AnonymousAnarchist's picture

If Americans chose a weekday (that's not a holiday), chose a large city, chose a main main square or artery in the city, gathered there and refused to leave until specific demands were met (like the Egyptians did), the extreme violence that would be used against ordinary, non-violent Americans and broadcast everywhere via the internet would be a breaking point.

However, because of the collective state of denial in the US, this just won't happen. The gatherings will eventually happen but not until after TSHTF and, by then, the gatherings will cause more harm than good.

New_Meat's picture

Boston (Malibu beach), Charlotte, NC, ...

Michael's picture

Flash Mob dancing in public places seems to be becoming popular.

Adam Kokesh Jefferson Memorial Flash (Dance) Mob


l1xx3r's picture

Yeah cause dancing will make a difference. Stupid.

Conrad Murray's picture

If you think it's about the dancing you are a grand-scale idiot. It's about drawing public awareness to the fact that the country is now firmly in the grip of tyrants. The average person might not understand protesting the Federal Reserve Corporation, but the average person definitely understands that being arrested for dancing in public is unacceptable. And at the Jefferson Memorial of all places...

Small (two)steps on the road to liberation. More than you are doing, I am sure.

JW n FL's picture

.308 W and 5.56 ap free towns from cupcakes!

Temporalist's picture

Sting, the musician, wrote a song called "They Dance Alone" about dances in Chile protesting the tyranny of Pinochet.

Men and boys were disappearing from villages and the news media was not allowed to discuss openly the government nor the disappearances so the mothers had to silently suffer but still had a voice in dance.



While not dance, 71-year-old Ray McGovern, in protest against Hillary Clinton, stood and turned his back on her during a speech only to be dragged from the audience then left beaten and bleeding in jail.  The speech by HC was condemning governments that arrest protestors and do not allow free expression


Shredd the FED's picture


Just recently there were people brutally arrested for kissing, and dancing at this memorial...  This video is to show that we already live in a  Police State…


Cleve Meater's picture

What the fuck is "occupying a public space"?  I do that everytime I have a constitutional in a public restroom.  Does that count?

Sam Clemons's picture

I enjoy dropping Bernankes off in public restrooms.

Moneyshot20's picture

I enjoy drawing his face in the toilet.

Shredd the FED's picture

This is how we need to resist… This is what was happening before, during, and after G20 2010 meeting in Toronto…




Long, but very well made video… Worth watching and sharing with others…



Popo's picture

Meh.  Actions.   Not words.   If you're going to talk *that* big, you had better have something to back it up.

Attack first.  Then take credit.  Don'tcha know there are established Rules of Engagement for this sort of thing?



Cognitive Dissonance's picture

Don't wait for 'leadership' to give you instructions. Act on your own. Before calling out someone else who's talking the talk to your dissatisfaction call yourself out. Muster in 10 minutes.

illyia's picture

Right. June 14th.


New_Meat's picture

6/14 b doggies birthdays.  So at Benning, I did "ONE for the doggies birthday".  Black-hats had to bite their cheeks as they pushed along.

- Ned

CH1's picture

YES. Waiting for a leader is the same old game, and ends up leading to the same old place.

Rock on CD.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

Worse, if one waits for a 'leader' one will be provided for you by the powers that be.

It is right out of the playbook of controlled opposition and other herding and mind control techniques a la psyops.

RockyRacoon's picture

Just tweet that Justin Bieber and Sarah Palin will be at your local post office soon!  ... bringing the free beer.   You'll have a crowd riot and will never get them to leave.

FIAT_FixItAgainTony's picture

+10 rocky.  reminds me of monty python:

good idea oh Lord.

NotApplicable's picture

A couple months ago, somebody jokingly tweeted to a friend that Brad Pitt was on campus. In no time at all, there were herds of college girls surrounding the buildings where they believed him to be.

Social media can be your ally.

Popo's picture

Muster? Lol @ CD. Got your camos on then do you CD? For those of us who live far from the US, mustering is a bit tough anyway. Tax revolts are more 21st century.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

Who said anything about armed resistance? The term muster was used to imply you should activate yourself and push back. The method used is up to you. Armed resistance is exactly what the powers that be what to be used against them because the system can counter that and doing so will actually feed the system.

A 100 million people doing their own thing will bring it down quickly. They can't force me to buy LCD TVs or keep my money in the stock market. And so on. Think outside of the box.

New_Meat's picture

nay armed resistance. passive--you go girl.

mkkby's picture

Right on, CD.  We don't want hack attacks because that just provides the false flag to shut down internet freedom.  We don't want physical protests because that's another false flag to unleash the thug brigades against the people...  Not only that but it didn't even slow down the Viet Nam war.

What we want is for everyone to opt out.  Stop feeding the beast as much as possible.  Stop doing business with TBTF banks.  Stop buying corporate crap that we don't need.  Buy PMs and barter if you can.  Doing this will bring down the system without breaking any laws that can cause a backlash.  There's nothing they can do if we simply make choices that are in our best interest, which at the same time deny profit and taxes to those who are destroying our society.

Just fucking opt out.

creviceCaress's picture

the J.F.O. strat is old/cold;  en masse, over a a few quarters....maybe.  but still, idealistic....not realistic.  im sure the tech.s of the spectacle have a good plan to mask/deny/hide/capitalize on a sit. where good citizens decide not to play ball......after witnessing what they're capable of....(911, '08, now, etc.)...opting out is like....occupying public space.....like voting.  why?   sure, they take events and maximize the piss out of them, but "we" really dont provide them with reasons to shut down www, engage us for protests,etc.......w*w/o reason, they commence what they need to commence..........dont have one? make one. very easily done and done quite often thruot our glorious history.  armed resistance? absolutley, just not me.  throw out some militia-types/bible extremists so we can see what they'll do.  then take all the info they(us.gov) have put out over the years about the juiciest targets that the trrrrists were gonna hit, and let's dance.  we know its coming...........we, as citizens, are responsible for letting our 'handlers' take us into pre-emptive war........let's follow the precedent and pre-emptively act in our best interest?...........just kidding! har, i'll think i'll opt for an after-dinner round of dj shorts' blueberry and not worry about it.  call me if anything changes.


RockyRacoon's picture

Norman Morrison's heirs might disagree with you about the Vietnam war.

Norman Morrison, born in Erie, Pennsylvania, on December 29, 1933, was a Baltimore Quaker best known for committing suicide at age 31 in an act of self-immolation to protest United States involvement in the Vietnam War, outside then Defense Minister Robert McNamara's office in the Pentagon. On November 2, 1965, Morrison doused himself in kerosene and set himself on fire below Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara's Pentagon office, after handing over his young daughter to one of the spectators in the crowd.

SpiritBlade's picture

he was trying to call you out. and mock anyone who considers violence.

I think we all know where this is going but are agreed that the tyrant will fire the first shot. Now its just to the people to recognize the audible percussion.