A Pamphlet to Encourage Resistance
“Someone, after all, had to make a start. What we wrote and said is also believed by others. They just don’t dare express themselves as we did.”
Sophie Scholl February 22, 1943
Die Weiße Rose (the White Rose in English) was a non-violent, intellectual resistance group in Nazi Germany led by a group of students and a professor at the University of Munich. The group conducted an anonymous leaflet and graffiti campaign which called for active opposition against the Nazi regime. I’m not bit on graffiti but I can get the idea of spreading pamphlets around.
I have put together the a three fold pamphlet that I intend to be distributed both electronically and physically as anonymous political speech. l intend to send it to media outlets as well as leave copies lay where I hope people will find them. I hope that people will also help me spread it on the Twitters & other social media like a meme jpeg. I do not expect it to have much impact but if it can get a few people thinking and doing the right things, then any effort put it to it is well worth it. I am hoping that the good people here at LGF will help this bread get spread on the waters nation wide so that many more ducks might feast on it.
If nothing else, please look at it and let me know if there are any problems with it.
It is a pdf file. The 1st page would be the outsides of the pamphlet with the white rose meme being on top, the online resources on the back and the quotes on the page that folds inward. The 2nd page is the meat of the pamphlet containing a brief discussion of why to resist and how to resist.
The file is zipped up because the preview here doesn’t like it for some reason. Zip files are simple to under both Windows and MacOS X. Just click on it to open the Zip file and then on the pdf inside. You can then print or save the pamphlet as you wish.
I can provide other file types by email if you wish to contact me using the blue link on my LGF name.
Thank you all for your time and consideration, I do greatly appreciate it.