I write these strategies with upmost respect to all fellow comrades in the struggle of black


I wish to humbly put all the important information that we need for the liberation struggle in order for us to analyze and research the best approach in our upcoming campaign.

A task as simple as reaching out to the public for their own benefit will obviously be challenged by "the powers that be" for going against their agenda; because of this we have to approach the situation as warfare.


SWOT Analysis: It is necessary to analyze our strength Weaknesses Opportunities and Threats before we begin any campaign:

(S) Strength​ - We the people outnumber our adversary in extreme proportions. If the people unite regardless of religions, social status, ethnic ties and professions the powers that be will be outnumbered by an organized resistance.

(w) Weakness​ - We the people have adapted contradicting ideologies and hence Lack a Shared Vision. This can cause our grassroots leadership campaign to be isolated and very easily neutralized.We will be unable to change the peoples ideology before they opt-in to our movement and programs.

(O) Opportunity ​- The people are motivated by physiological needs that can be used to mobilize them using Stealth Marketing.Food, Money, Sex, social status and Safety are the determining factors when recruiting members to advocate for Social Justice; "a Carnival or Picnic is more enticing than a riot or protest."

(T) Threat -​ Alienating ourselves from the people is our biggest threat. Presenting the people a with a frontal option to sign-up to an "insurgency" stirs up fear which can be a threat to building a successful advocacy campaign. We must prevent being faced with a frontal attack by "CLASSICAL BUREAUCRATS" at all costs.

Ideal Member Demographic: Has a Job, has a steady source of income. has access to capital, is resourceful (has own equipment,laptop and transportation),has a university education, has a high grade point average, and is already part of a social club.

I propose a new ​CULTURAL REVOLUTION​, which has elements of an Industrial revolution and an information revolution that is necessary to sensitize people to socialism. This can be compared to the "Great Leap Forward" of Mao Zedong during the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution but with much different objectives and methods.

We need to create an international Proletarian campaign that is very enticing and easy to opt-in to using interactive media and political science methods.

This is the only way to purge remnants of capitalist and traditional elements from Nigerian society is by making a clear distinction between the "Proletarian" Versus the "Bourgeois" and making members of the Bourgeois adapt proletarian ideologies through social activities and community programs.

The people do not need to know the definition of socialism to enjoy the benefits of it. (“a Carnival or Picnic is more enticing than a riot or protest.”) The individual member should be able to see clear benefits of joining the movement without convincing.


STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES:​ Strategic business objectives are goals deemed most important to the current and future health of a business. Objectives are prioritized by an organization through a thorough analysis of business practices such as a SWOT analysis

STRATEGY MAP:​ Looks at our objects in a linear fashion by drawing a diagram

PRODUCTION LINE:​ activities that enhance Personal brands, performances, speaking engagements and visuals are above the line while technical, management and logistics are below the line.

PROPAGANDA:​ Propaganda is information that is not objective and is used primarily to influence an audience and further an agenda, often by presenting facts selectively to encourage a particular synthesis or perception, or using loaded language to produce an emotional rather than a rational response to the information that is presented.

[1] Propaganda is often associated with material prepared by governments, but activist groups, companies and the media can also produce propaganda.

OBJECT ORIENTED MANAGEMENT: ​The primary objective of Object Oriented Management is Total Quality as defined by the consumer and/or the end-user(s). This is achieved by real-time management of projects.

Object Oriented Management involves organizing the relevant, current, business objects into an efficient structure that best reflects the organization's relationship with these objects, and assigning responsibility for these objects to agents.From the perspective of Object Oriented Management, every aspect of the project is an object. Part of the art is to identify those objects that are relevant to your context, within your organization.


In Object Oriented Management, objects are connected to one another according to their relationship. The visualization of these relationships can be said to resemble the branching out of a tree, from more general objects to more specific ones. The tree structure also represents the interrelation of objects within your project.

LEARNING ORGANIZATION:​ In business management, a learning organization is a company that facilitates the learning of its members and continuously transforms itself.

Learning organizations develop as a result of the pressures facing modern organizations and enables them to remain competitive in the business environment. (in my opinion the only way to stay competitive against the powers that be is to adapt this structure)

Key Performance Indicator (KPI)​:a quantifiable measure used to evaluate the success of an organization, employee, etc. in meeting objectives for performance.

CLASSICAL BUREAUCRAT:​ someone who starts at a low level of public work and does not have to express opinions of their own in their professional capacities. They follow policy guidelines and gain increasing ranks within the system. Tax collectors, government accountants, police officers, firefighters, and military personnel are examples of classical bureaucrats.

We should discuss some more of this information during our meeting tomorrow and define some roles, priorities and methods in achieving our objectives.

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