You really don't understand the concept of organizing, do you?

You don't have to have everyone in it 🙄 . You just need enough people who know how to make a really loud noise in the media, with government organizations, and with elected officials.

And you definitely don't have to have everyone in every country involved. You have an organization focused on lawmakers in your own country.

Apparently you also don't know what FCC stands for (or you just didn't pay attention to what I said).

Federal Communications Commission. As in the agency that governs all forms of US communications services in the country other than the US Post Office.

I'm guessing you've never been a politically involved person. Not as in electoral politics, but as in issue-based organizing.

You think MADD is an organization of every mother in the world who had kids killed by drunk drivers? (Just in case you don't know that acronym either: Mothers Against Drunk Driving.)

You have any idea how many laws they got passed and how many drunk drivers ended up in prison thanks to them, instead of just "getting a ticket" they could easily pay off?

Do you know how many drunk drivers before that organization got started who killed people who got excused "because they were just drunk" and didn't know what they were doing?

They mostly got away with fines.

Do you know how many FEWER drunk driving accidents (and particularly deaths) there are now than there used to be?

And that's just one example. I could give you dozens of organizations that started with just a few people and eventually had a huge impact on businesses being forced to make major changes.

Jeez. Educate yourself.

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Georgia NeSmith

Georgia NeSmith

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Retired professor, feminist, writer, photographer, activist, grandmother of 5, overall Wise Woman. Phd UIA School of Journalism & Mass Communication, 1994.