On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 07:50:09PM -0700, Razer wrote:
> On 09/21/2016 06:32 PM, Steve Kinney wrote:
> > The people in those Crown Colonies that became United States started
> > refusing to pay taxes and surcharges, ignoring the orders of Crown
> > authorities, and constructing their own systems of commerce and
> > governance long before that "shot heard 'round the world." The
> > Revolutionary War was more a response to a campaign by the Crown to
> > take the Colonies back over, than a struggle to kick established
> > rulers out. That is why the Revolutionary War had the necessary
> > organization and mass public support to succeed.
> There was no American Revolution. Revolutions are based on ideology.
> Greed IS NOT an ideology.
> ("...started refusing to pay taxes and surcharges, ignoring the orders
> of Crown authorities, and constructing their own systems of commerce..."
> That favored ***THEIR*** WHITE RICH MALE interests.)
So pick a set of rules / proposed mass action, that will appeal to the
target audience. Back then it was "rich" (trading/ land owning) white
males, now it's what? Perhaps middle class mom and dad dual income
family (making about the same as a single working "white male" back in
the '60s - that's the comparison in Australia anyway) ?
Pick a motivation (hip pocket/ money), map out a set of rhetoric/
propaganda that will have best chance of appealing to your target
"activists", build your core (this may be the hardest part) then it
should grow naturally, since you pitched the right audience with the
Don't bemoan "the racist elitist" past - they were successful in
opposing the English Crown's attempt to bring them back under control -
just learn from what worked already.