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September 7, 2017

- by Cicero

The previous post discussed resisting attacks on free speech

This post addresses offense. These tactics are legal means that are proactive; they keep opponents of Western civilization guessing, off balance, and, over time, weary.

Neither post reveals the most effective, efficient, and ethical tactics, so as not to give any advantage to our opponents. But, both posts give the basics needed to begin a campaign of inevitable victory.

Headquarters

A movement needs a capital under its complete control. The cause must choose a location, a property, a town, etc. that is our citadel. The capital or headquarters must be a place to which our people can muster significant numbers of supporters on short notice and where it is difficult for the other side to do so. It must also be a place hospitable to the media.

As it is today, the free-speech side is going into enemy territory. With a capital, the free-speech side will be able to unify, organize, and train our people for more successful campaigns into the heart of enemy territory. A massive number of Americans are waiting for the right time to support the cause. For many, that time will be when they see sufficient strength and numbers, which will come with a capital and the unity, order, and training that comes from a suitable capital.

Until a capital is established, it is still vital to have rallies and improve them with what we learn.

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Prepare the battle field

Currently it is best to choose private venues for free speech rallies. Renting a building or renting a property from a member of the cause gives our people possessory legal rights to control who can enter and allows our people to set up effective defensive measures. The venue must always be easily accessible to media.

A private venue will also allow members to contribute to the rent. It is important to allow Western people to see clearly how they may be a part of the cause even if they cannot attend a rally.

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Senses

The point of a free speech rally is to communicate a message. The clearest communication comes from engaging as many of the senses as possible. Looking at raw video of our people at the rallies, it is often difficult to tell what is going on. Here are some things that will get the message out more clearly.

  • Sight: Have US and state flags. Have one or two flags per fireteam-sized group. A rally of two companies could have every state flag. Flag poles should be adequate as defensive devices. Signs should have simple messages clearly written in high-contrast colors so they are easily intelligible in any pictures or videos of the event. Sincere messages such as, “I am glad your mother did not abort you,” “You exist because of a man and a woman,” “I defend your right to free speech,” etc. as current events dictate and local officers decide are the most effective. Every squad-sized group should have a communications officer to record video of all important images and discussions. As soon as possible, the recordings of all communications officers should be collated, archived, edited, and uploaded to the internet with meaningful narration for legal and promotional purposes.
  • Sound: Each squad should have two or more bull horns to ensure our message to spectators of good faith is not shouted down. Rallies of more than company size should have a loudspeaker in a strategic and defensible location to broadcast a mix of messages and inspiring music.
  • Smell: Several iconic smells should take turns dominating the area. For example, a barbecue could follow select incense that could follow the smell of Tiki Torch oil, or popcorn cooking that can be passed out to spectators. Other uses of smell have a profound subconscious influence.
  • Taste: Rallies will benefit from having some refreshments to pass out to spectators of good faith. Fresh fruit, vegan samples, popcorn, ice-cold bottled water, energy bars, etc. are inexpensive ways of making significant impacts.
  • Touch: As members unite and rallies grow, it is good to have large tents with seating in the shade when the weather is hot. Portable lavatories are an important tool for us as well. This is part of the plan to fatigue the other side while refreshing our people and spectators of good will. The tent area is the field command center and is the place for media interviews and offers shelter from rain. This only works when we can control access to the tent and toilets. Each squad should have at least one person offering fliers and business cards to any spectators and members of the media; the material should give simple messages and direct traffic to appropriate websites.

Debrief

Every event must be documented as soon as possible after the event. The documentation should include a chronology of first-hand accounts, all of the video and audio recordings, and what went well and what went poorly.

Reorganize

As soon as possible after the debriefing, the captains should reorganize as needed after considering the feedback from the fire teams and the squad leaders. Before the next rally, our people should be trained in harmony with the accumulated intelligence from prior rallies.

The overarching focus is harmonizing each rally with a greater strategy to continually strengthen our side and to continually weaken the opponent. We CAN impose our will, because we are working with Nature’s laws such as Justice, Wisdom, Courage, and Temperance. The victory is there for us to seize, but it will cost blood and sweat. It will cost strong minds and unyielding Virtue. We would not expect a smaller price for such a great glory as preserving freedom of speech and conscience that Nature offers to you and me right now.

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