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Submitted by skydiver (United Kingdom), Dec 19, 2008 at 04:10
In my opinion a possible plan is as follows
Deceive the opponent
Control the air
Break through a weak point
Deceive the opponent- By Showing signs of apparent weakness by apologising etc.
Control the Airwaves – Lobby senators, members of parliaments, members of local councils, Television, radio, newspaper and any one in a position of power and authority.
With complaints etc
Break through a weak point- The numbers game.
There are far more non religious than there are fanatical religious people in the world
So the objective is that each individual should send one complaint per week to a person in power.
Work as individuals or in very small groups. Do not have a specific leader who may be compromised.
When you writ blog about a problem add a paragraph at the end advising individual what they can do about it.
Strike deep- If you have a point do not let go until you get a reply and then go again for more on the same subject
Follow up –Mass rallying others to support you point
Dangers are a counter from a different directionVulnerable when you stick you neck out to far without backup
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