Saturday, February 7, 2009

Something we can do

This is what Citizen Warriors sent me. Very important, thus I copy the whole email here. Please, this is truly something each one of us can do. We have to, for our survival. - Lucy

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Something Practical You Can Do

Posted: 06 Feb 2009 01:15 PM PST

SUBMIT STORY ideas to your local reporters � newspaper, radio, and television. Find their phone numbers or email addresses, and send them stories so often they know who you are.

And not just the local ones. If major network programs started getting a flood of requests for stories on the Islamification of America, for example, they would do more stories of that kind, and that would go a long way to getting this information to the public.

And that is the vital first step in this battle: People need to know what's going on. They need to know about the broader plan by American and European Jihadis � what they're doing, what they plan to do, and how they are doing it.

No national policies can be voted in without significantly more people understanding this issue. It needs to be discussed openly in the public forum. And it needs to happen soon.

Media coverage will raise the profile of those doing something about it, gaining them more supporters, more funding, and more volunteers. It could greatly accelerate the whole movement.

Below is contact information for major networks. Make it a regular practice to share stories with them when you come across good ones. Put their phone numbers on your speed dial and use your commuting time to defeat the third jihad. You won't get a great response every time, but keep doing it anyway. This is the front line of the war. Get your friends to do the same thing. Put pressure on the networks to cover the stories. Let them know there is a public demand for this kind of information.

If you have limited time, concentrate on the media sources you personally use. If you have more time, contact them all with every good story you deem worthy. Here is the contact information:

CBS News 212-975-3691 212-975-1893

NBC News 212-664-4971 212-664-5705

CNN 404-827-1511 404-681-3578

Fox News 212-301-3300 212-301-8274

MSNBC 201-583-5222 201-583-5453

PBS 703-998-2150 703-998-4154

NPR 202-414-2200 202-414-3329

NY Times 212-556-1234 212-556-3690

USA Today 703-276-3400 703-247-3100

Wall Street Journal 212-416-2000 212-416-2658

Washington Post 202-334-6000 202-496-3936

Newsweek 212-445-4000 212-445-4450

Time 212-522-1212 212-522-0323

U.S. News 202-955-2000 202-955-2049

Associated Press 212-621-1600 212-621-7520

ABC News 212-456-4040 212-456-2795

You can submit stories to specific shows on ABC:
Contact Good Morning America

� Contact World News with Charles Gibson

� Contact Primetime

� Contact 20/20

� Contact Nightline

� Contact This Week

� ABC News Programming Specials

� ABC News Programming Other

Of course, it is always a good idea to inform our representatives as well. Put these numbers on your speed dial too:

Congress 202-224-3121

White House 202-456-1414 202-456-2461

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