JC has submitted the following to put into its own post so all your comments on these subjects might better reside in one place to keep them together. It’s another opportunity to suggest and for others to read ways those of you who more technologically savvy than I can spread the word:
One of the unstated objectives of The Isaac Brock Community is to spread “the word” of the injustices of US FATCA, CBT, and FBAR; and about the efforts of ADCS and plaintiffs Ginny and Gwen, and the need for donations to ADCS. Speaking with family, friends and other US-defined *US persons* is one way. Writing letters, sending e-mails, and commenting on news articles are other ways.
Community members can share their strategies and tactics for Twitter, Facebook, and other medium in the comments below. For instance, JC may report that there are a dedicated few who are trying to keep the issue of US tax claims in London Mayor Boris Johnson’s Twitter timeline. Let’s hope Mr. Johnson takes notice and applies some of what he learned on leadership from Winston Churchill. Even if he does not act with encouragement of these tweets, others who are tweeting the Lord Mayor of London may take notice.
A few weeks back JC tried to contact Canada’s Commander Chris Hadfield by e-mail and Twitter to try to recruit him to the cause. There has not been a response (as expected). Yet JC may report that all of his tweets to his 1.2 million Twitter followers are about science and space. None about politics. Perhaps this is the way he wishes to keep his brand “Hadfield”.
Kijiji: Free Classifieds in Canada. There have been enough comments on Kijiji by our brilliant LM over the weeks to perhaps have its own feature.
As new posts quickly become old posts and lost in the number we have (See and Search the Isaac Brock Society Archive of Posts), perhaps there is some way information about Kijiji can be included in the resources listed in the right-hand column of our Home Page.
Your thoughts and suggestions for best spreading the word with Kijiji, Twitter, Facebook, etc.?