Skip to comments.DC Chapter BlackOp FREEP makes The Hill News Photos of the Year, 2003!
Posted on 02/10/2004 2:16:30 PM PST by tgslTakoma
Look closely at the photos - just below Colin Powell, and to the right of Al Sharpton, you will see one of the hundreds of "anti-war" rally posters that had been plastered to lightboxes throughout the city.
The photo had been taken after the DC Chapter's stealth "Truth in Advertising Team" had made their rounds one evening.
The team of four, led by a former military PsyOp expert, made several late-night missions onto the mean streets of DC to place the stickers. We would go out one night and hit all the boxes around Union Station, the Capitol, Supreme Court, and even International ANSWER HQ, only to find our stickers pulled off the next night; so, out we'd go again - more determined to spread the truth about who was aiding the "anti-war" movement.
We widened our area of operation to include posters placed on 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th Streets, H Street (along Lafayette Park), K Street, North Capitol Street. We could tell, as the week wore on, that we were really rankling the lefties, because they were tearing the heck out of their own posters in an effort to remove our expertly affixed disclaimers!
We had covered so many of their posters that they were unable to keep up with us. There were several areas where our stickers were never removed.
One night as two of our team worked along K Street, we passed two lefties going in the opposite direction who were carrying a bucket of paste and flyers. We went back to that area later, to "further elaborate" on their messages.
Can you guys cudgel your agile brains and give me some ideas? Freepmail me.
Come on now, they solve around 50% of those.
Great work, btw.
If you have some in a spot that are constantly being ripped down, put itching powder or something like that on them. Murine even, if they don't wash their hands after ripping them down (and what leftist ever washes?) and they eat something they will spend a lot of time in the bathroom (old bartender's trick). Of course, wear gloves yourselves when doing this.
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