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Good plan. Properly implemented, that could reach many of the people watching the mainstream media. As you say, that is a good starting point for reeducating those citizens, but we also need effective plans to reach the millions of young people who are immersed in daily propaganda in our educational system.
The people I'm referring to aren't necessarily the ones we're replying to. There are likely to be far more people reading the comments than those who interject their opinions. I would agree that most if not all of the people who come to townhall to advance liberal causes are malicious, but I'm not talking about those people. If we reallly want to effect change, we need to engage the propaganda in the venues where it is taken as gospel, and there the majority of the people are repeating what they've been taught to be true.
Our opponents works through lies, capturing the minds of young people unhindered in public schools and universities which present the liberal view as gospel and the conservative view as dangerous lunacy. Those same liberal institutions will continue to hire almost all liberal employees. Unless we just want to sacrifice the young people of this country to the liberal brainwashing establishment, then we have to find a way to reach them. Similarly, there are a number of people who watch only mainstream media. We need to find an effective way to reach these people. I've made a suggestion, but I'm open to better ones if you've got one.
3. Try to keep arguments as short as possible, without losing the major flow of the logic in your point. Remember, our goal is to plant many small seeds of thought, not a few big ones. People need to learn to think for themselves. We’re just trying to get them started in seeing through the tissues of lies that surround them. 4. Only post items in threads that are related. It can be very annoying to people to be reading through comments on one topic and then come across one that is totally unrelated. Comments like that are generally not well-received.
Charles Dean’s Rules of Infiltration: 1. No name calling. When we get people mad we lose all opportunity to reach either their minds or their hearts. Most of the people we’re talking to were fooled by others to believe that liberal politics are good and conservative politics are bad; very few are malicious in their intent. 2. Document all entries so that anyone whose interest you’ve piqued can find and read the source. If we get people reading good material, then they will educate themselves much faster than we can through short arguments in websites and social media.
What I propose is we begin building brief, coherent, well-documented arguments supporting the conservative view: e.g. how the western civilization and the US in particular became the exceptional culture that they are (or possibly were at this point), specific lies and doublespeak by politicians and members of the media or higher education, et cetera. Once we have amassed a reasonable amount of ammunition, we visit liberal websites and insert appropriate comments in the different threads. Remember, our goal is to educate, not to insult and not necessarily to even win arguments.
Most of the people who are voting for socialism and political correctness are ignorant but well-meaning people who have been duped by others. They have been brainwashed by our educational system, K-12 and above, as well as the main-stream media. This is the result of a long-standing plot to capture the minds of the masses in order to make this a socialist nation. Many of the voters who vote liberally in their youth become wiser with age and vote more conservatively later in their lives. The problem is, the average age when this change occurs is too late with current demographics. We need to fight fire with fire. I don’t propose we broadcast spam on liberal websites like certain liberal posters do at townhall.
3. Try to keep arguments as short as possible, without losing the major flow of the logic in your point. Remember, our goal is to plant many small seeds of thought, not a few big ones. People need to learn to think for themselves. We’re just trying to get them started in seeing through the tissues of lies that surround them. 4. Only post items in threads that are related. It can be very annoying to people to be reading through comments on one topic and then come across one that is totally unrelated. Comments like that are generally not well-received.
Charles Dean’s Rules of Infiltration: 1. No name calling. When we get people mad we lose all opportunity to reach either their minds or their hearts. Most of the people we’re talking to were fooled by others to believe that liberal politics are good and conservative politics are bad; very few are malicious in their intent. 2. Document all entries so that anyone whose interest you’ve piqued can find and read the source. If we get people reading good material, then they will educate themselves much faster than we can through short arguments in websites and social media.
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