United We Win, and We Must Divide Them To Ensure They Fall
By Staff Reporter
I won’t be in Canberra tomorrow, at the Protest Rallies, like last weekend after arriving home tonight.
I wish those attending well, but my gut instincts are it could become dangerous, and targeted violence against innocent people. We need to re-think strategy, and be somewhat more unpredictable. We should not play into their waiting arms, so to speak.
Last week was a massive surprise for all both sides, due to larger numbers than perhaps anyone expected. Unpredictable.
We have an enemy, that’s big on intimidation, and highly reliant on mainstream media, to scare the public, and police goons bashing innocent Australians or as we saw last week “frying them with the dangerous LARD machines”.
Last week was a massive success, and achieved a lot, and there are other things now that can be done to continue the momentum.
Canada is ahead of us and it’s shown they now have to change tactics to remain effective otherwise it’s become too predictable for the Government to achieve what they desperately need. To crush them and end it.
We outnumber them so much, and have massive consumer and people power. We need to become better activists, and use unpredictable, multi-prong approaches, against a desperate enemy
And these methods can, and should always be peaceful.
We can’t win with violence, as they’d love that, as an excuse to justify their violence.
I’m planning to hold a “National Emergency Conference Summit” for leaders, and concerned Australians, to attend, or watch via Livestream, next month, to assist in networking, and ideas, to work on various strategies, to defeat the enemy, and grow Team Australia.
Creativity and brainstorming to come up with solutions, and massive action.
Which can see the desperate enemy panic, from being unprepared to deal with such a show of people power from all avenues and much larger groups. Confused and overwhelmed will cause them to panic and make more mistakes to put the Globalists real agenda for all to see.
United we win, and we must divide them to ensure they fall.
We are up against cowards remember.
We can win this, but we must keep them on the defensive with surprising and unpredictable actions.
Tomorrow’ they are waiting – and no what to expect –
I think we need to change tact.