Blogs, videos, and social media sites have been extremely important in our efforts to educate people and warn them about the fake pandemic, the dangers of face masks and gene therapy jabs, and the ongoing assault on humanity by the lying psychopaths who want to control and enslave us. Despite all the censorship, the internet has been amazingly effective because everyone can jump in and do something to push back against our oppressors. There have been too many of us to silence, and we're getting louder! But we're also reaching the point where online efforts are no longer enough. Just like in politics, the situation is becoming very divided. There are freedom fighters, freedom haters, and a whole bunch of people who aren't on either side and try to tune it all out. The fighters already know the message, the haters refuse to listen to the message, and the rest don't even know there is a message. It's that last group that we have to reach if we're going to win this.
And I don't think we'll be able to reach them in the digital realm where the senses are overwhelmed by news, propaganda, brain-numbing TV shows, and endless cat memes. We have to find another way.
The way forward is to go analog. We've got to get really active in the real world, and that means putting bumper stickers on our cars, wearing shirts with anti-mask and anti-vax themes, distributing flyers door to door in our neighborhoods, handing out brochures to people we meet in the park or in stores, hanging signs & banners in high traffic areas, and having the courage to speak up when we hear someone praising authoritarian garbage like digital passports, mask mandates, and vaxxing children. Our silence implies consent, and we do not consent.
Other real world actions we can take include writing to our city, county, and state elected officials, writing letters to the editor of local newspapers, and letting businesses know we won't be spending any money with them if they comply with illegal government tyranny.
The internet will still be important in this fight, but we absolutely have to step away from our computers a few hours a week and reach people in different ways. And consider this: a social media account can be instantly deleted by Twitter or Facebook. But the city doesn't have the manpower to take down hundreds of signs taped up on every light pole or stop sign. We can overwhelm the opposition with cheap guerrilla warfare tactics that they won't be able to stop: we are many, they are few.
So get busy. Be creative. Do what they aren't expecting. And let's make sure the world hears us!