12 months in, Anonymous’s Project Chanology is still alive.

On Saturday, January 10, 2009, and also, Saturday, January 17, 2009 in numerous cities worldwide, the group ‘Anonymous’ will be staging its 12th monthly protest against the Scientology organisation.

This will complete a full year of internet-driven demonstrations stemming from Scientology’s attempts at censorship in January 2008. Following this shameful debacle, the “Project Chanology” movement was born. February 2008 then ushered in the start of an ongoing series of non-violent protests by the group ‘Anonymous’.

‘Anonymous’ is a loosely affiliated group of dedicated people from all walks of life, and all over the world, connected only by the common goal of exposing the corrupt and abusive practices of organized Scientology. To further their goal, the web-based activists have held monthly protests and rallies worldwide, with the intent of bringing Scientology abuses to the public domain and urging politicians to take action.

The past year of activism has led to ‘Anonymous’ being accused of an endless number of crimes, acts of retaliation and other malicious tactics employed by the Church of Scientology. Despite this harassment, ‘Anonymous’ continues to provide and freely distribute information relevant to the interests of the public, regardless of numerous attempts by Scientology to silence their criticism. The cause has been taken up by thousands worldwide, and continues to draw new members daily.

Anyone interested in learning more about why ‘Anonymous’ opposes Scientology, or participating in activism themselves, are encouraged to visit http://anonstillalive.com. The website provides a list of active Anonymous cells in existence, as well as their local websites, activities, and people to contact. Information on the upcoming Saturday protests is also readily available.

For additional information on the Project Chanology campaign please visit:

WhyWeProtest Forums – http://www.whyweprotest.net