- Use a "great game" strategy; take the mountain-top view.
- Grow a disciplined vanguard or cadre that will spread through many sectors and see to a coordination of effects.
- Recruit members in every possible industry, profession, social stratum, culture, religion, walk of life, and so on. Gain the benefit of their local expertise.
- Have international reach.
- Be "everywhere yet nowhere", in order to present no clear profile. In other words, "we" should not even present as a "we" at all.
- Understand the proliferation of sectarian "flavors" as a strength rather than a weakness.
- Practice the art of rhetorical discipline, and develop it further.
- Eschew excess political baggage and extraneous agendas.
- Grow a discursive culture that is inwardly rich, outwardly subtle, and endowed with all needful discretion.
- Salvage the wisdom of the past, and jettison the mistakes.
- Use a fluid, organic, cellular style of organization. Regimentation is not good.
- Think globally and act locally.
- Be flexible and innovative; adapt to conditions "on the ground".
- As individuals, strive for intellectual growth across a broad range of topics.
Thursday, May 14, 2015
The Road Ahead
If we are to organize the non-feminist revolution from the ground up and make it politically efficient, how might we go about this? A quick brainstorming session brought the following points to mind, and I share these for what they are worth.