Pamphlets can't be censored or shadowbanned and their long history proves they're very effective. And the maskerade means you can go incognito, just add a hat & sunnies and you're ready to do hand-to-hand information combat in and around town. . "Who left these pamphlets everywhere?" "Nobody knows but let's read them over lunch!" If you have a particular pamphlet in mind, please email the text to me & I'll put it in pamphlet form below. . .

#1: The U.S. Constitution & the Great Law of Peace
#2: Trump Adminstration Accomplishments
#3: The Doomslayer
#4: Pl@ndemic Part 1
#5: Frontline Physicians' White Coat Summmit; Washington DC
#6: Deep State Media Uses Nazi Propaganda Tactics
#7: The Deep State
#8: The Truth About The Left
#9: Marxism & Luciferian Illuminati
#10: The Rise of Medical Fascism
#11: Physicians On Vaccines
#12: The Man-Made Climate Change Fraud
#13: Climate Fraud Q & A
#14: COVID 911
#15: Yugoslav issues a Warning to All Americans
#16: Just say NO to the 'Great Reset'
#20: The Two Donald Trumps
#21: Mail-In Ballot Fraud Articles
#26: The Real Bernie Sanders
#27: The Worst of the Worst
#28: Truth Freedom Health

The Pamphlet War and the Boston Massacre
"Colonists had thought of themselves as part of the extended British nation, but by the outbreak of Revolution, many came to see themselves as Americans, with different interests to the colonial powers. The ideas behind this transformation were spread by pamphlets of all kinds. . . Wildly popular pamphlets. . .gave voice to these complaints. Patriots founded circulating societies, helping to spread news and revolutionary comment. . . Such writings helped to. . .conceptualise the new American nation state. . . Thomas Paine's Common Sense (1776) encapsulated the American argument.. for a nation in which the people were sovereign."

"Common Sense was a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine in 1775-1776 advocating independence from Great Britain to people in the Thirteen Colonies. Writing in clear and persuasive prose, Paine marshaled moral and political arguments to encourage common people in the Colonies to fight for egalitarian government. It was published anonymously on January 10, 1776, at the beginning of the American Revolution, and became an immediate sensation."

Please share the pamphlet war idea on social media so maybe someone who's better able will run with it with a proper address, maybe :)

Time to Hit the Streets!

If you're inclined to, please post this square to social media and maybe someone with the power to start a Real Pamphlet War will see it. . .