Message by Jelly MI, in Operation Wolverine, #general
We can focus on fancy names after we have some solid plans. I'm going to get in touch with some NPI folks today, if possible, and we'll take it from there.
Sounds good man
Great, thanks. It will be interesting to see how it will pan out with both events being close to one another.
I'm missing something, what is the second event?
Oh this is MSU in GR?
I want to be happy it cost the University 27k in attorney fees, but In reality that was tax payer money.
Deimos, there was an MSU and a U of M event. MSU is in Lansing, U of M is in Ann Arbor.
So we have a confirmed date and time for Lansing, just waiting to find out about Ann Arbor.. I'm sure they're super butthurt right now.
I also agree about the "regular clothes" uniform? But not casual
We have to look good, dress shirts, vests and dress pants?
March will be a bit warmer hopefully
Suits or dress clothes.
Vests or suits? I was thinking being fairly well dressed, but maybe not so much that we stand out from college students. You guys don't think it's overkill?
Dress shoes, pants, button up shirt or polo, and maybe a sport jacket if applicable.
Vests may be overkill.
Also, khakis and white polos or dress shirts is pretty explicit. It's springtime, lets see some lovely pastels goys.
No three piece suits, top hats or monocles
Yeah let's move away from the white polo/khaki combo.
Probably gonna be too cold for shorts. Bring your visors and plenty of Natty Ice though.
You will not want to wear dress clothes. You'll want something you can fight in. Standard longsleeve shirts and jackets black or blue.
So there want any info dropped for U of M yet?
That's exactly why I brought up vests, they're warm, look great AND you can fight in them unlike suits
Didn't we wear vests in Shelbyville? I thought we looked damn good there.
So what was Gainesville like? Is this speech going to be a combat zone?\
In Gainesville, there were five rows of empty seats protecting our folks from the rest of the audience that was screaming and screeching the whole time. Incessantly, it was deafening and annoying beyond belief, which was the purpose. The peace inside the building was kept by around a dozen or so police officers making sure the crowd didn't advance forward, and the pit where the orchestra would sit in front of the stage made it impossible to run up on without jumping a 15 foot gap.
On the next story of seats and balconies there were no attendees, just more police with full riot gear. As the crowd got more or less cacophonous they would pick up their shields and helmets and put them back down, ready to rush down the stairs.
Outside, anyone of our folks caught alone was surrounded by half a dozen news cameras, which then brought dozens of the more violent Leftists who pushed and shoved and attacked as soon as they saw an opening. Groups of at least 10 police were outside to escort some right wingers to their cars.
About how many people do you think were there?
A couple hundred of us and a couple thousand of them?
20-25 or so people with Spencer, who were brought in via a police escorted convoy and a back door which had metal detectors and pat downs, and maybe another 10 who were supportive in the crowd at large.
2-3 thousand Leftists.
Those are brutal odds, but with enough discipline, and hopefully a half way decent police force we can survive.
dude it takes rule of law to protect 30 vs 2k
disipline means nothing at that point. the only thing keeping us alive is their fear of the police