Leveraging the TLC campaign to other causes
“Walkin’ in the sunshine, sing a little sunshine song…” — Roger Miller
This is the ultimate and very important step for all who take up the 911TLC cause.
As a Campaign for Liberty activist strongly urged to me in the days leading up to completion of the book, we need to think of our rather low-effort 911TLC work, really—after all, we’re sending out letters and telling one another how great we are in Master Mind meetings (!)—in the context of the broader liberty movement.
In other words, each of us in the TLC program needs to lend a hand to those out there organizing and fighting for freedom on all the other issues.
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The Share it Forward System
“The proper definition of a man is an animal that writes letters.”
― Lewis Carroll
What follows—thru chapter 11—is my description and advocacy of a unique letter-writing program, that I have referred to mainly as my 9/11 Truth-Letter Closure campaign (911TLC). Where a ‘letter’ may be either written correspondence using paper and envelopes (or cards) via the US mail or, really, anything else that resembles such: email, chat message, forum post.
The diagram below is the context diagram for 911TLC.
Final Process and Project Notes and the First-Cut Letter Template
Continued from Part 2.
Before I get to the actual 9/11 truth letter template I’m going to propose as the central format for the entire project across the Truth Community, let me say a few more words about the preparation and process. This letter template is just that, a template, actually a suggestion to facilitate—by not requiring a lot of heavy lifting as a writer—individual action. Each individual should feel free to deviate from the template based on his own preferences or personal style. The important thing is to get cracking without too much prep time.
My vision for the project is that each activist/letter (email) writer begins and completes his or her own outreach in the span of two to four weeks. This period includes:
- learning about and buying into the project thru the “After 9/11 Truth” columns or my book of the same name.
- making groupings or distribution lists of your contacts.
- sending the letters (typically emails).
- gathering data from the responses to feed the campaign.