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If we could tie them to similar locations or find a way to make it apparent there was coordination, that may raise some eyebrows and bring greater attention to it.
Stop teasing us.
@Temujen Hell yea. I have to find someone in Seattle who can hit with me, though.
@Praetorian We'll probably be planning something in Seattle soon. Just stay tuned on the state server.
There we go.
ok, on it.
Never mind. I’ll upload it later
Pic of a flyer on a pole at the Christmas parade. For some reason it’s uploading very small. But some news photographer just came and took a bunch of pics of it.
Well that one worked. There’s a better one with blurred background.
I put up 10-15 along the route.
so is there a standard way of obtaining physical IE propaganda or does everyone roll their own?
like do we have some printing site we can just order it from?
It is mailed out in batches when there are funds for it. Currently I think we switched tactics to large banner drops. Some local guys may have some left over for you.
its being worked on
and siege is ongoing, it hasnt been replaced
You Will Not Replace It
Is there a place where we can get digitals of these images? I'll gladly pay to print them myself.
@Temujen get in touch with state coordinator about getting Project Siege materials
One of the top people prints them all so that they are uniform in quality and aesthetic
I've gotten an email in support of those flyers and an email from a journalist inquiring about them. Well done! @NCSC
May I ask about the contents of the email? Are they local?
Yes the one in support looks to be a local, though I think he's just a Trump supporter. We shall see.
“Although Whitner said his department usually opts to issue warnings for those who hang up flyers for yard sales, events, and etc., if they could prove beyond a reasonable doubt which individual or individuals placed them, there would be charges. “
Charges for what?
Usually we just issue a warning, but since we don’t like these peoples’ opinions we would treat them differently.
The article says ““There is a state law that you can’t attach any type of poster on a telephone pole,” he said. “There’s a town ordinance like that, too.”