Reach the mentally enslaved with chalk!

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2020 Jun 13, 1:09pm   13,739 views  143 comments

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The majority of people never get to hear the ideas and facts which are being ruthlessly suppressed by the globalist/corporate/leftist/Democrat/Chinese MSM. Maybe they have questions, but think that they are alone in questioning The Narrative.

It is our right and our obligation to try to reach those people with alternative points of view. To show them they are not alone, and to get others out of their mental ruts. As in Buddhism, a few well-chosen words at the right time can cause sudden enlightenment.

One thing we all can do: buy a big pail of kid's chalk, the really fat kind, and write the shortest and most effective messages we can on the sidewalk and pavement in the places with the most foot traffic: intersections, pedestrian area, commercial areas.

Unlike leftist riots and looting, it's completely non-violent, and legal too.

What are the shortest and most effective messages which can inspire people to break out of the mental cages imposed by the MSM? We need "Words like arrows" as an old Yiddish saying has it. Light, sharp, fast, piercing.

When you see "BLM" on the pavement, surround it with "Who funds" and "?" to make "Who funds BLM?"

When you see a BLM sign, write "So noble!" in chalk in front of it, to point out that it's totally virtue signalling.

It's also fun to pre-pend with an O, so the message becomes "black olives matter".

BLM hates you
Black Lives Matter Until November
Black crime matters
Blacks suffer most from black crime
Cancel cancel culture
China is asshoe!
China funds BLM violence
E pluribus unum
Epstein didn't kill himself
Freedom to offend
Google is watching you
HCQ saves lives
Ignore professional victims
Jobs Not Mobs
Masks control people, not viruses
People aren't racist, they're just afraid of crime
Protect our history
Quit whining and build something
Resist the intolerant left
Resist the violent left
Rule of law, not mob rule
Stop donating to grievance studies colleges
The rainbow flag promotes sodomy to children
The rainbow flag spreads anal warts and early death
The Red Pill
The soft bigotry of low expectations
There is no them, only us
Who funds BLM?
Your mask is stupid
五毛 50 Cent Party
共匪 communist bandit
白左 baizuo

Maybe we can take back the rainbow flag and make it mean "Diversity of Opinion" instead of "I approve of sodomy!"

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104   AmericanKulak   2021 Sep 14, 3:38pm  

And don't forget: "TOUTS OUT!"
105   Patrick   2021 Sep 14, 9:37pm  

MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou says

Murals require defense though. They work when your whole neighborhood is protecting them.
106   AmericanKulak   2021 Sep 16, 7:02pm  


Ostracism of Persons
55. Social boycott
56. Selective social boycott
57. Lysistratic nonaction
58. Excommunication
59. Interdict

Noncooperation with Social Events, Customs, and Institutions
60. Suspension of social and sports activities
61. Boycott of social affairs
62. Student strike
63. Social disobedience
64. Withdrawal from social institutions

Withdrawal from the Social System
65. Stay-at-home
66. Total personal noncooperation
67. “Flight” of workers
68. Sanctuary
69. Collective disappearance
70. Protest emigration (hijrat)


Actions by Consumers
71. Consumers’ boycott
72. Nonconsumption of boycotted goods
73. Policy of austerity
74. Rent withholding
75. Refusal to rent
76. National consumers’ boycott
77. International consumers’ boycott

Action by Workers and Producers
78. Workmen’s boycott
79. Producers’ boycott

Action by Middlemen
80. Suppliers’ and handlers’ boycott

Action by Owners and Management
81. Traders’ boycott
82. Refusal to let or sell property
83. Lockout
84. Refusal of industrial assistance
85. Merchants’ “general strike”

Action by Holders of Financial Resources
86. Withdrawal of bank deposits
87. Refusal to pay fees, dues, and assessments
88. Refusal to pay debts or interest
89. Severance of funds and credit
90. Revenue refusal
91. Refusal of a government’s money

Action by Governments
92. Domestic embargo
93. Blacklisting of traders
94. International sellers’ embargo
95. International buyers’ embargo
96. International trade embargo
107   Onvacation   2021 Oct 3, 2:53pm  

Let's Go Brandon!
108   mell   2021 Oct 3, 2:54pm  

Onvacation says
Let's Go Brandon!

109   FortWayneAsNancyPelosiHaircut   2021 Oct 3, 3:01pm  

masks are for cucks
110   Patrick   2021 Oct 11, 7:44pm  


Spray paint is so hard to remove. Sidewalk chalk is so innocent.

One wall in Silicon Valley that is seen by thousands of people a day has “Pfizer Owns Biden” written on it in sidewalk chalk. I do not know who owns the wall. Whoever he is either seems to agree with the chalk-written message, seems to not be diligent with his property, or seems to not care, for it has been decorated in this way for weeks.

I wonder if you live near such a wall, a wall awaiting your brilliance.

A box of sidewalk chalk can now be found at the dollar store for a mere $1.50. It is not the “dollar” store value it once was, but we all knew that day was inevitable once the government stopped pegging the dollar to gold. Despite the falsely advertised price, perhaps, I can encourage you to spend $1.50 and to practice your witticism and share that gift with the world by improving a piece of concrete near you.

There is value in truthful expressions of wit. The study of memetics is based in witty representations of truth so potent that they have the potential to spread rapidly or “to go viral,” as the parlance of the day states.

During times such as these, to tell the truth in a witty fashion requires renegade media such as sidewalk chalk and value-driven actors like yourself. The fake news media will not be telling the truth. In fact, they will be doing the opposite. The spiral-wired earpieces curling out of the ears of the media frontmen are nearly as ubiquitous as the Trump flags and stickers that continue to be seen in residential areas across the country, from Los Angeles to New York City. Through those earpieces, the media figureheads are able to communicate seamlessly with a room full of operatives meant to spin the truth, a behavior once known as “lying.”
113   Patrick   2021 Oct 15, 12:45pm  

This seems like valid non-violent resistance.
114   HeadSet   2021 Oct 16, 11:39am  

Saying "Fuck Joe Biden" makes the crowd sound like a bunch of profane trend followers. Saying "Impeach Joe Biden" instead would scare a few Democrats. Crowds everywhere yelling "Impeach Joe Biden" would sound like a mass call to action and be a lot more serious.
115   Patrick   2021 Oct 19, 10:55pm  

I kind of like the more direct profanity in this case.
116   HeadSet   2021 Oct 20, 7:43am  

Patrick says
I kind of like the more direct profanity in this case.

Yes, but such profanity can be waived off as frat boy level group shenanigans. Stadiums full of folks calling for impeachment along with tons of "Impeach Joe Biden" flags all over the towns would instill some fear.
117   AmericanKulak   2021 Nov 18, 3:13pm  

The Meme War has gone to Powder Calciferous!
118   Robert Sproul   2021 Dec 14, 7:26am  

Might induce some cognitive dissonance I dunno.
119   Patrick   2021 Dec 14, 9:41pm  

Worth a shot.

No pun intended.
121   Robert Sproul   2022 Jan 18, 2:55pm  

The 10 Richest People Doubled Their Wealth During Covid

122   Onvacation   2022 Jan 19, 6:02am  

Not surprised the Trump vaccine is doesn't work.
123   Onvacation   2022 Mar 6, 12:13pm  

. . . . . .as human.
124   Onvacation   2022 Mar 6, 12:14pm  

Onvacation says
Not surprised the Trump vaccine is doesn't work.

Too long with typo let's change it to

126   Onvacation   2022 Mar 14, 6:20pm  

127   Onvacation   2022 Mar 14, 6:21pm  

and shut up
128   AmericanKulak   2022 Mar 14, 6:34pm  

129   Robert Sproul   2022 Mar 22, 8:27pm  

Nothing is What It Seems
130   Patrick   2022 Oct 17, 2:32pm  

Lol, another way to do it:

You'll prolly get your hand covered in paint though.
132   Patrick   2022 Nov 10, 9:50am  

I've started send this message to people at Kaiser Health via their website:

Please stop pushing the obviously ineffective and dangerous covid vaccine. It undermines your credibility and makes you look like a robot working for Pfizer without any concern for patient health at all.

I personally know one person who DIED after getting that vaccine and another who got myocarditis from it, but no one who even got seriously ill from covid itself.

Biden, Fauci, Bourla, Walensky - all of them got covid after being repeatedly boosted. Did you notice that?

Please, find your integrity! Please, for the love of God, STOP pushing that poison on the public for them. Are you human? Do you have a conscience at all?
133   Hugh_Mongous   2022 Nov 28, 8:14pm  

Water-based white paint and paint rollers work even better than chalk when the message needs to be readable from a distance:

In September 1976, Vladimir Putin, then a 23-year-old lieutenant in the KGB, took part in investigating one of the first instances of modern protest art in the USSR.

The case concerned an inscription reading “You may crucify freedom, but the human soul knows no shackles!” which appeared on the Peter and Paul Fortress in St. Petersburg. Investigators searched the home of the artist, Oleg Volkov, and their report mentions Putin’s name. Today, the document can be found in the archives at the Museum of Political History. St. Petersburg historian Konstantin Sholmov found the records and posted a photo of the report on social media on November 21, but it wasn’t until November 27, when local politician Boris Vishnevsky also wrote about it, that Sholmov’s discovery started receiving wide attention.

Vishnevsky noted that there is now definitive proof that Vladimir Putin participated in the case.

The slogan “You may crucify freedom, but the soul of man knows no shackles!” appeared on a wall of the Peter and Paul Fortress, facing the Neva River, in the early morning of August 3, 1976. It was a Tuesday, and the Soviet artists Yuly Rybakov and Oleg Volkov, who had been attempting for several months to organize a street exhibit of their work at the fortress, made the inscription. It took 15 minutes for the artists to write the slogan using water-based white paint and paint rollers. The inscription was 42 meters (138 feet) long and each letter was 120 centimeters (four feet) tall. Rybakov later recalled that he and Volkov walked to the Palace Bridge after they finished for a better view of their work.

Rybakov said that the KGB officers who were sent to paint over the inscription had to approach the fortress wall in rubber boats. “That morning, the Neva rose so high that it was impossible to get to the inscription on dry land. The agents had to approach in rubber boats, wade into the water in rubber boots, and figure out something.” He says KGB officers covered the inscription with coffin lids taken from a display workshop at the fortress, which concentrated even more attention on the slogan.

Austrian journalist Herwig Höller wrote for the Russian art and culture publication Colta that Rybakov and Volkov’s work differed from other Soviet graffiti “in its size, its poetry, and its pointed placement in the literary-historical context.” Höller said “the choice of location — a former prison — and the words ‘freedom’ and ‘shackles,’ made it possible to interpret the inscription as an allusion to the Pushkin verse, ‘In the depths of Siberian mines / Preserve your proud patience.’”

According to the report found in the Museum of Political History, Vladimir Putin and other KGB officers searched Oleg Volkov’s home, a month after the artists painted their inscription, on September 7, 1976. The report about the search was written a few days later, on September 13, when Rybakov and Volkov were arrested. They were charged with malicious hooliganism and damaging state property and historical and architectural monuments. Rybakov was sentenced to six years in prison. Volkov got seven years.

Forty years later, on August 3, 2016, the slogan “You may crucify freedom, but the human soul knows no shackles,” appeared again in St. Petersburg, this time without an exclamation point. Timofey Radya, an artist from Yekaterinburg, left it on the Pirogovskaya Embankment, where it lasted several hours. Rybakov said, “Well, I can only say that it [the inscription] has not lost its relevance. My regards to the new authors.”

136   Onvacation   2023 Mar 31, 8:00pm  

137   AmericanKulak   2023 Aug 9, 7:52pm  

138   Onvacation   2024 Feb 16, 7:45pm  

Trump is being fined a half billion dollars,
for claiming to be richer than he really is.
139   HeadSet   2024 Feb 17, 7:40pm  

Onvacation says

Trump is being fined a half billion dollars,
for claiming to be richer than he really is.

Trump did not claim to be richer, he just used market value instead of tx assessed value. Now anyone who claims their real property is worth more than the tax assessment can be hauled into court.
140   richwicks   2024 Feb 17, 8:02pm  

HeadSet says

Trump did not claim to be richer, he just used market value instead of tx assessed value. Now anyone who claims their real property is worth more than the tax assessment can be hauled into court.

I think the law should be changed that the owner can't sell the house for more than the tax assessed value.

This is just corruption anyhow.
141   Onvacation   2024 Mar 25, 5:15am  

$50 bills are the new $20
142   HeadSet   2024 Mar 25, 7:04am  

richwicks says

I think the law should be changed that the owner can't sell the house for more than the tax assessed value.

My God, that opens up so much room for abuse. Maybe a better idea is to base taxes on the last actual sales price of a house. For rental properties, base the taxes on the actual collected rent.
143   Onvacation   2024 Apr 1, 8:02pm  

The first ten amendments are not laws.

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