The Silent Patriot Movement

For those considering a vacation to Cleveland this July, a modest proposal:

Be a silent patriot. Bring your flag, and simply walk in silence, and stand in silence, wherever you are. Do NOT obstruct traffic, or block businesses. Do NOT answer questions, or wear candidate gear. Do NOT yell, chant, or react to anything people do to you.

Be like Buckingham Palace guards.

Why?

  • ATTENTION.  If thousands of people just randomly appear in Cleveland, not just at the convention but other areas also and do this–it will create a firestorm of speculation. What is the message?
  • IMPACT. Imagine 5-6000 people doing this around the convention, and in public parks and elsewhere, with more showing up all the time–and none of them saying anything at all. None reacting to attempts at provocation. 5000 silent people has far more impact than 5000 chanting people–because the viewer has minimal data to go on, the viewer automatically personalizes the message. In other words, the pro-life person sees a pro-life patriot, the Christian sees a Christian soldier…..The less context provided, the easier it is for a viewer to personalize the message.
  • THE MEDIA. The media would be going batty trying to get people to talk, give them ANY information, and they would be speculating endlessly on what we’re doing. This would have even more impact if people around the country pulled silent patriot demonstrations in front of their government buildings or in other public areas the same day.
  • THE LEGAL ANGLE. It is against the law to demonstrate at, or otherwise disrupt, the convention. By doing this, we aren’t “demonstrating” by typical public definition, because we aren’t wearing candidate gear, not chanting, no signs. And we’re not disrupting because we’re not blocking access to the convention or creating a disturbance.

So–picture what would happen if, on the first day of the convention, tens of thousands of silent patriots were around the convention center, and in the public parks in Cleveland, and across the USA in cities and towns, on freeway overpasses…

And further, picture what the American people would think if BLM and paid agitators were getting in our faces, shouting, spitting, being abusive–and we ignored them…And the media were stuffing microphones in our faces, and we acted as though they didn’t exist.

And then the police show up.

This is where it gets interesting. Because if we were lucky enough to be being harassed and assaulted by the paid agitators and BLM types, the police would be forced to arrest them. Not to do so would send a vivid message to everyone watching the events unfold on TV around the world, a message the uniparty can’t afford to send. It would show every American that there is effectively no rule of law, any more. It would show them the true face of these violent movements.

The question then becomes what would they do about us? What would it look like on TV is the police began arresting, around the country and in Cleveland, people who were doing nothing illegal at all?  Who weren’t inciting violence, creating a disturbance, being abusive to anyone? Imagine the message THAT would send around the world, folks. Every American would see themselves in our shoes. The average person would be asking themselves: “If the police can arrest THEM for doing nothing, how safe am I? When did it become illegal to carry a flag? To walk around minding your own business?

The uniparty WANTS A REAL DEMONSTRATION. THEY WANT US TO BE WEARING MAGA GEAR, AND CHANTING, AND DISRUPTING. WE MUST NOT GIVE THEM WHAT THEY WANT. WE MUST CHANGE THE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, OR WE LOSE WHERE IT MATTERS, IN THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.

We Must Be Silent Patriots.

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9 thoughts on “The Silent Patriot Movement

  1. Pingback: Why Is The Media Pushing The “Delegate Stealing” Narrative? – fortunesthoughts

    • I’ll be there, either as a delegate or with my family and friends outside :-). Anyone who can’t make it to Cleveland should follow this plan in their own city/town, also.

      we need to have it going on as many different places as possible, sends a stronger message

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  2. Great strategy. The cream always rises to the top. Composed, respectful protest will speak much louder than extremism fueled by frustration and anger; that’s what the other guys bring to the table. Rise above it.

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    • Exactly–but more than that, when you present an image of any kind with *no contextual framework*, the person seeing it provides their own, as the mind experiences anxiety when presented with powerful imagery minus context.

      So, when the media tries to create a context, and it is in conflict with the personal one the viewer’s mind provides, the alarm bells go off.

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      • And add in spontaneous demonstrations of solidarity in cities and towns nationwide, as well. So those who can’t be in Cleveland in person can be there in spirit, and freaking out their local media :-0.

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