Here’s last night’s Smoking Section, which I spent disagreeing with Stephen Helfer:
I think the difference between Stephen Helfer and me is that he wants to take the fight to the enemy, while I want to build an army.
Because I don’t think that you can take the fight to the enemy if you don’t have an army.
He was talking last night about forming a small disciplined unit of people – perhaps a dozen people – who would act in concert together.
But I don’t think a dozen people can achieve very much more than one person can. I want an army of millions of people. I want an army of millions of angry smokers.
He was also suggesting that small disciplined units of people could make themselves appear to be much more numerous than they actually were. But I want the reality of such large numbers of people…
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