#ProjectSiege is the beginning of a long term cultural war of attrition against academia's Cultural Marxist narrative that is maintained and propagated into society through the indoctrination of the future managerial class. If we are to be successful in combatting the current paradigm, it is imperative that we create space for our ideas at universities across the country. Speaking with students and helping them unpack some of their assumptions while gaining name recognition for our organizations are the ways in which we will create the foundation for that space. As students then begin to realize that the direction their lectures take them is based upon false assumptions by their instructors, they will begin rejecting the false narratives and begin looking to us for answers.

We have found that many students are open minded and willing to speak with us. Opening dialogue is fairly simple. By approaching students with basic questions  we build rapport as well as discover where he stands on the basic issues. Knowing a student’s general outlook allows us to begin unpacking the assumptions he's harboring. A student leaning towards right wing political ideology may be approached from the standpoint of immigration and how it effects the issues important to him. Gun control, free speech, small government and low taxes are all effected by both legal and illegal immigration. Furthermore, pointing out that these are all parts of white American culture not shared by the rest of the world help develop a new sense of identity. On the flip side, a left leaning student who is concerned with universal health coverage, global warming, and community cohesion can be educated about how diversity destroys social currency, and mass immigration into first world nations only increases our massive carbon output. 

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In addition to speaking with college students, our activists are engaging in putting up fliers and stickers; this helps garner name recognition and let potential applicants know that we have members in the area. So far, our activists have been to over two dozen colleges across the country already...   

  • ASU
  • Bates College
  • Birmingham
  • Cal State San Marcos
  • Cuyamaca Community College
  • Evergreen State College, WA
  • FAU
  • Georgia State University
  • Ohio State
  • Oregon State University
  • Palomar Community College
  • Portland Community College
  • Portland State University
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • SDSU
  • SJSU
  • Southern Methodist University
  • St. Louis University
  • Texas Christian University
  • UC Davis
  • UC Irvine
  • UCLA
  • University of Houston
  • University of Rochester
  • University of San Francisco
  • University of Texas
  • University of Washington
  • UNT
  • Western Washington University

...and we will continue to go to these schools and others over the coming years ahead. 

So far, #ProjectSiege has had a great start, and as we continue to push we will make inroads with the student body, opening up new possibilities. The world is rapidly changing, and as the age of information continues to provide us with an extensive audience online, we must continue to pour out of our 2D world and annex space in the 3D. The fact that a network such as this exists, is a testament to our growth. We are resonating with the public, and if we continue to push forward, our future will be ours.