Wednesday, November 18, 2009

MONEY + FLYERS + FLYERING = IMPACT: Sat, Nov 21st, 12 - 6 pm, Dundas Square


The Shot Is The Pandemic Part 1/2: Swine Flu Vaccines and The CBC


The Shot Is The Pandemic Part 2/2: Swine Flu Vaccines and The CBC




Announcing a new Meetup for Toronto Truth Seekers (TTS)!

What: MONEY + FLYERS + FLYERING = IMPACT: Sat, Nov 21st, 12 - 6 pm, Dundas Square

When: November 21, 2009 @ 12:00 PM

Dundas Square
Yonge & Dundas
Toronto, ON


Heya TTS Family & Friends,

As we've seen, and as I've noticed personally since I have a relatively high local profile on these issues, when people like us take our problems seriously, then other people take us seriously. This is flattering, but also practical. Once more people take our information seriously, they'll make smarter choices, which will disrupt establishment plans.

We're in a race against time, but we're in good shape. I know personally that I went from being guy who's into "that stuff" to "that stuff" now being something that nearly everyone is worried about. Before the riots, or before poverty and brainwashing take their toll, we should allocate our time, energy and resources wisely to provide solutions.

Progress of any substantial nature is only achieved using the "problem + reaction = solution" technique. We can see this daily in our own lives as we react to everything we deal with. Instead of just asking people to think like marginalized conspiracy theorists, we should provide them with ways they can live their normal lives better than before.

This means reverse-engineering the growing number of normal concerns people have in a crazy world and showing them their problems, reactions and solutions. If you just give people problems, then you're a jerk. But, if you give them empowering reactions and practical solutions, then you're a smart and decent human being. That's good branding

People will soon have to learn how to do stuff like this themselves anyway. Otherwise they won't survive their own moral and intellectual decay as part of how they're taught to behave. Pioneering a variety of simple and practical techniques will work. We're a powerful, educated and compassionate people. We just don't feel like doing stuff. Yet.

Curiously enough, most Canadians know this. Staunch defenders of the system can speak freely anywhere, but when anyone questions it, most Canadians will agree the system needs to be fixed. They may differ on how, but if their answer is people should do nothing, if they get to compare it with something, then they'll clearly see that it's wrong.

In the interests of time, I'll break down one way to win as best I can:

1. TTS members and others show people very publicly who we are and what we stand for on Saturdays by handing out DVD's and flyers for several hours. Nobody says anything bad to us about what they've received for 3 months straight. We proved in a relatively busy and un-friendly big city like Toronto that it's possible to do this anywhere.

2. TTS members and others show people very publicly who we are and what we stand for on a daily basis by dropping off various branded and other flyers on various topics various places. Mailboxes, car-windshields, buildings, washrooms, businesses and more get reached by the information. People who get used to seeing it start searching for more.

3. TTS members and others ignore normal activist approaches that beg the media for 30 seconds of watered-down coverage that people will forget 30 seconds later. Instead, they have consistent online and offline communications with people and groups to provide better information than the media. If we're any good, the media will come to us.

4. TTS members and others can formally offer to meet with various groups in small settings to discuss their specific concerns. Geography, age, connections and other demographics can factor into who goes where. Local TTS ambassadors (etc.) can liaise with local groups on a regular basis to deal with new issues like "H1N1" vaccines and so on.

5. TTS members and others can move from this approach to getting their neighbours more involved in asking for what they want on a regular basis. People who live in the same area are more accountable to each other for what they do than bureaucrats pushing world government. They can petition local politicians for redress and take back their block.

6. TTS members and others next summer can relax on their front lawns with a good book, glass of lemonade and a table of flyers and dvd's. More people can start doing this for a few hours a week, or have open houses for people to grab info in bad weather. Once a few houses per neighbourhood become trusted sources, it's game NWOver.

Until then, it's business as usual, and our business isn't slowing down:

Please RSVP when you can. Bring flyers, dvd's, stickers, cameras and anything else that might make an impact. Dress warmly and be respectful and courteous. New members and others are welcome to join anytime for as long as they want. Suggestions are always welcome with respect to how to achieve our goals and save our country.



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