Alright. I do not think Nazis are a good model to follow with anything. I don't agree with what they did. I am an atheist but I am of Jewish decent mixed with a lot of other things.pierre wrote: ↑Sat Jul 31, 2021 8:16 am Savitri Devi Murkhaji was a very enthusiastic Nazi supporter. Even though she was living in India during the "glorious years" she went to Germany soon after WWII. She threw pamphlets out of the train, got arrested , did some time. I thought today you might deliver DVD's to letterboxes, but you will get caught before long. A car through a suburb throwing out pamphlets after midnight would be the best way I reckon. Of course they will find and arrest you if your car could be identified.
most people are going have to learn, if they ever do, from the 'expensive school of experience" .. an E Michael Jones term for those who do not learn the easier way from others, from reading or listening. A large enough drone with pamphlet dispenser would be cool. Clive Palmer (not promoting him ) paid for a pamphlet drop to letterboxes.
defiance and pilgrimage are here, for free
(I am not necessarily promoting nazism , nor dismissing it as an option.)
I'm all about personal freedom and letting people live their lives in peace without harming or controlling one another, and forced medical procedures and not letting people live their lives in peace were a huge horrible thing many people were put through by the Nazis...
Anyone worrying about personal freedom and medical autonomy shouldn't be conflating those ideals with them...
Thanks for responding though. I have considered dropping information off in mailboxes. I'm unsure how that with go with the people who still believe there's a killer virus living on everything that gets delivered to them.
I'm worried it may freak someone whose really entrenched in the mainstream narrative out rather than encouraging them to reconsider the situation.