I just came across your site and would like to thank you for putting it together. I am a information infrastructure engineer and Cyber Security consultant in the US. I help small businesses defend themselves from attacks in which the majority come from China #1 and Russa #2. We typically hear more about Russia because of the destructive nature of their attacks but China has far more clandestine Cyber Operations that most people never hear of.
With that, I am trying to get the word out that we are literally funding our own attacks. If we can switch from buying our products from China and their allies to US/EU/AU and their allies products then we would lessen the cash flow to these groups that attack us on a daily and even hourly basis.
How do we get the word out? Well your site is a great start but I think we could go much further. As one of the articles on this site talks about, we are not trying to apress an entire demographic, we are trying to take the funding out of the hands of the people doing the most harm.
Getting the word out:
Door to door flyers
Reaching out to our Statesmen and pushing for legislation that puts chinese goods on equal cost valuation as S. Korea, Taiwan, EU, US and other made goods with tariffs. I would like it better if it made it more expensive than Allies made goods but we can only hope.
Posts on Linked in and other professional social media.
Any other suggestions.
Things we would need:
Copy for Flyers
Simple to read an understand information
Copy for Statesmen
Make it easy for people to send to their representatives.
Copy for Social media
Easy to post and fits in the character limits.
Link back to longer articles with all the facts.
All copy need to be verifiable.
Need to stay away from misinformation.
Just the facts.
I know this is a lot to digest for a reply post but I feel like this is the right forum for this.
Also, I have been wanting to do this for a while but cannot do it on my own. I don't think any of us can do it on our own. It is going to take our entire global community.
What do you think?