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Stop whining and start doing effective local activism.

6 Comments

  1. “Effective local activism”

    Remember the letter that various corporate personnel/HR people wheeled off to Pelosi and Boehner about a month ago begging them to swing the borders wide open? I noticed that among the signatories were signatories for two St. Louis-based corporations (Emerson, Express Scripts) and one in Kansas City (Hallmark).

    So, inspired by the Jack Ryan effective local activism imperative, I did this:

    http://countenance.wordpress.com/2013/09/14/naming-and-shaming/

    Other than myself, obviously I’m going to follow my own activist strategy, I’ve had 14 people who are here locally or regionally who either e-mailed me or called me (those who called me know who I am personally) and said they did the same.

  2. Well done countenance!

    I also recommend doing some google searchers on these traitors’ annual compensation. These types usually like to brag about their wealth.

    Find out where they play golf, what posh private schools they send their spoiled brat children.

    Put the word out.

    That’s what we are doing with this [email protected] h&@$ filthy rich Tyson Foods CEO – Donnie Smith. He’s a $7.8 million a year traitor to the Southern People.

    No pain, no gain.

    No shame, no pain.

    Long past time for shame, pain and gain.

    Hey OD readers, how does it feel to be active, engaged for the real fight for our people in the real world?

  3. Well done Jack and Countenance. The Internet is the cradle of our movement, but (to borrow from Tsiolkovsky) man can not eternally live in a cradle.

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