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Old April 13th, 2006 #20
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Originally Posted by Rounder
The internet might be "the future", but the future ain't here yet. And less than half of White adults are proficient with computers. In the South, it's probably less than one third. And most computer literates also read newspapers. The jews and their PC gentile whores crank out tens-of-millions of newspapers every freakin day. So shut the hell up about newspapers not working.
Did you read what I said? I didn't say they didn't work. They do work given enough effort. I was only trying to point out that the return-on-investment is very low compared to that of Internet projects. Not only because of the costs of production but also because it's easier to advertise and easier to be to more targeted with marketing (e.g. posting links on conservative forums where you are somewhat more likely to find a sympathetic audience). Also, the Internet is capable is supporting multimedia works such as TLITS. Printed lit is not.

I agree with Fade on this one. The main task of politics is to spread ideas, not to badger people and call them cowards and so forth. The Internet is the most efficient idea-spreading mechanism ever devised by man.

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Originally Posted by Rounder
Yes, we'll use the internet to our maximum extent. But we'll also use TAA, our printed media as an additional weapon, and to reach those we're unable to reach on the net.
No argument. I do not criticize the newspapers as an additional weapon, nor do I criticise people who want to distribute newspapers like yourself.

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Those who criticise TAA or question TAA's value and effectiveness are either subversives or misguided, non-thinking idiots.

Hail TAA !!!
Calling people with whom you appear to disagree subversives or idiots is not helpful.
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