Btw there is a protest planned for next Saturday..... now that we are EIGHT points off 4th. Still probably not enough to agitate people though.
Protest next Saturday but so far it's not been publicised very well, it would have been better to wait a few weeks get maximum exposure including in the media & do it properly at the Everton game.
However, yet again the various supporters groups have been found lacking since the start of the season, apart from a small AST token rebellion at the club AGM. No press statements & no publicity or interviews on radio to my knowledge at this continuing time of crisis. Leadership & ideas should be forthcoming from these groups instead they are silent with their heads in the sand.
As for suggestions I would continue the previous projection campaigns at famous landmarks, arrange protests at newspaper & radio offices to expose those journalists who are blatantly pro Wenger / Kroenke & promoting the clubs propaganda. Just getting a few supporters together is enough to create a media story.
I do actually believe in direct action tactics, as long as there is nothing illegal or violence involved. As above such tactics can create much media interest but only need a few people involved.
So far there have been protests & marches going back years, most apart from the BSM & the Wenger out marches have had low turnouts, I think the supporters groups need to be seen to be involved & publicise future protests, if not it would appear that small maximum impact protests are an option.