Skip to comments.With the Return of the Occupy Movement, Crime.org has Tips for Planning a Successful Summer Protest
Posted on 06/01/2012 2:32:55 AM PDT by Libloather
With the Return of the Occupy Movement, Crime.org has Tips for Planning a Successful Summer Protest
Dewey Beach, DE (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
Warm weather is here and the Occupy Wall Street movement is back in force. But whether organizing an Occupy demonstration or protesting for another cause, the process can feel daunting. Crime.org founder Mike Mann said spearheading a protest is easier than it sounds. He had these tips:
Crime.org has used postcards, press releases and social media to promote protests, he said. Do whatever you can to get the word out about the protest so people show up to support your cause.
And Kasteler said stay positive during the demonstration.
You'll always have hecklers, so embrace them. Don't get caught up in arguing, hate, or negativity. Other people observe your behavior, so you want to always be kind and respectful to everyone to help your message get out in the most effective way, he said.
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In the rape tents.
So that everyone knows the script to this...Occupy is supposed to make both national conventions miserable, with looting and damages to both cities. Sometime in late August...they will likely converge on DC to create more riots and demonstrations. The President will stand and deliver this massive speech denouncing violence and the terrible things that Occupy has done to everyone....thus labeling himself as “the peacemaker”, and gaining some sympathy votes. The Occupy folks will quickly shut down and show that his wise words brought peace to their whole theme. Most of the media will sit there in total disbelief at the whole script.
If you see any of these fliers, take one home and copy it as nearly as possible. But change the date, time, and location. The gullible fools won’t know where to go when, and you’ll discredit the entire (bowel) movement.
If you see notices for these events posted in public places, tear them down. Or scrawl pro-liberty graffiti on them. They have no more right to be there than you do.
Show up at the protest with your own signs containing ignorant, misspelled, or inflammatory messages. Then hand them out. Most of the time, the vacuous haters who are attending these circuses won’t be able to read them or understand them anyway and besides, are the organizers going to kick you out just because you’re well-intentioned but stupid? If they did, they’d lose 90 percent of their crowd.
Stay with the crowd and chant meaningless Vietnam-era slogans. But do it enthusiastically. Liberals aren’t known for their ability to reason, but they appreciate misguided passion.
Hand out homemade “goodies,” like big chocolate chip cookies with Ex-Lax chips or Gator-Ade with ipecac.
Roll around in dog feces and give as many group hugs as you can.
Pester the speakers with moronic liberal questions and make them repeat the answers by pretending to be deaf.
Stick up “free tofu” posters on nearby restaurants that support these fools.
Set up a “first aid” station where you pass out sleep aids instead of aspirin, and where you apply all the wrong first aid (hot packs for sprains, salt tablets for nausea, vinegar solution to wash away tear gas residue, etc.).
Bring your own bullhorn and compete with the speakers to see who can be the most radical, ill-informed, and hateful. Out-liberal the liberals in idiocy. Take their absurd agenda to the most laughable extreme. But do it with passion!
Make sure you arrange a post-event doctor’s visit. You’ve just been in the midst of the most disease-ridden, corrupted mass of humanity since the authorities shut down Club Bubonic; it’s almost inevitable you’ve been infected with something. While few of their contagions are fatal, almost all of them destroy your higher reasoning centers and cause you to vote for Al Gore.
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