An army not showing up where it is needed is obviously a problem, but no more so than the same army showing up at the right place too late.
After a brief hiatus to deal with some family matters, it’s time to return to the fight, both at Divest This! and now with a weekly column at the incomparable Elder of Ziyon site! Having missed some comings and goings over the last couple of months, I wanted to take a look at what’s gone on […]
I proposed a test we could apply to determine if any political action we take is strategic vs. something else.
A new resource on how the language of war can help us to best understand and defeat the BDS “movement.”
This entry is part 19 of 19 in the series WarSome final thoughts on using the language of war to understand how to win against BDS.
This entry is part 18 of 19 in the series WarA narrative which provides a way to hit back at Israel’s enemies without being perceived as “going negative.”
This entry is part 17 of 19 in the series WarSo what strategies should we pick in our approach to defeating BDS?
This entry is part 16 of 19 in the series WarOne of the longest-running and least productive conversations on the subject of BDS is over the efficacy of positive campaigning vs. “going on the offensive.”
This entry is part 15 of 19 in the series WarWhat role do planning and logistics play in the fight against BDS?
This entry is part 14 of 19 in the series WarSome simple strategies appropriate for creating alliances within organizations that tend to get targeted by BDS.
This entry is part 13 of 19 in the series WarAre we making the best use of language in the war of words that is BDS?
This entry is part 12 of 19 in the series WarBoth “defensive” and “offensive” tactics in the war against BDS suffer from the same problem: predictability.