The adversary understands how complicated their web of financial integrations is. It builds on this in many ways, especially in terms of the alignment between the dollar and the investor. It’s hard to keep track of what to boycott, and especially what to replace. Then the adversary can also adjust its price at a loss. Finally, their supply chains are vast and controlled. Making it harder for average people to get products and services not run by companies that hate them.
One thing that PublicSQ has done is recommended products along with the replacement brand. Through their ads they teach not only what a loyal company is, but what a disloyal company you are replacing them with. They don’t go far enough but their idea is great.
I have six points to make here:
People need to know which companies to replace bad ones with.
Companies that are loyal need to know how to advertise this to Americans.
We must not fall into the left-wing trap of “de-platforming and containing”.
Any Boycott Effort Must Be Called “Normal, Loyal, American”
Any attempt to marginalize the boycott should be branded as “crazy, corrupt, evil”
Any attempt to marginalize or mock through “right wing” type labels should be marginalized or mocked.
We cannot allow cartels to use their vast resources to manipulate language or the “narrative.” Their power is immense, but it ends at their media platforms. Isolating these media platforms for consumers to ridicule is paramount. Creating memetics that insist it is an American movement of all stripes is key to defeating them. There are far more places where 98% of Americans agree than disagree. We need to promote within this window as often and as hard as we can.
We can’t win everyone over to MAGA, but we can win almost everyone over to what we all agree are the best parts of the American ideal. Giant corporations and oligarchs who hate their own people do not deserve their wealth. Everyone agrees with this, even most of the rich.
We need to call for a major investigation and antitrust into the hairdressing corporations and their boardrooms.