Lessons Learned.80,000 signatures denied.
NYC's dying 1st responders denied treatment and justice.Inspite of the will of the people.Abandonment.Malfeasance and avarice.
What holds our movement back from embracing what works?What do we do?
A Multi-Tiered Strategy
This movement doesn't need a strategy to win your support; you don't need persuading – you are the movement. We need a voice to engage those without whose support we cannot succeed.
It's all about perception.
So who engenders both the respect and the trust required to begin to awaken an apathetic American public? Oddly enough, that voice comes from high within the very government seen by some to be the major roadblock to attaining our goals, or worse, as the main perpetrator of the 9/11 attacks. Such theorizing is destructive to any effective press for truth and should find no home here. Evidence matters. Facts matter. Image matters. Theories don't.
These men and women, viewed by the American public as real American heroes, offer the promise of revitalizing our movement and engaging the general public on a level that today lies beyond our reach. Our movement may not perceive generals and CIA agents as the obvious choice, but must understand we could not ask for more effective spokespersons to engage the American public.
Again, we are not talking about the generals currently waging wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. We are talking about those who have already spoken out and lent their good name and stellar reputations to this cause.
We are at war against a government that has used the events of 9/11 to hijack a country from her people and placed the interests of the rich and the powerful above justice and truth. Wars can only be won through strategy, commitment and discipline.
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