OURS IS A lonely cause sometimes. If it wasn't for the internet, I would often feel I'm the only one in my city who cares about Islam's relentless encroachment. Do you know what I mean?
Especially after a particularly discouraging conversation with someone who just doesn't want to get it, I sometimes feel disheartened. I usually use the methods mentioned on the demoralization page, but I've found a quick and easy way to renew my fighting spirit — I read the comments on the Petition to Stop Muslim Immigration.
This uplifting effect is a benefit of the petition I hadn't anticipated.
When someone signs the petition, they have the opportunity to answer this question: "Why is this important to you?" And most people answer the question. Their answers are posted and you can read them all, whether you sign the petition or not. People explain, in their own words, why it is important to them. It is wonderfully encouraging to see page after page of people from all over the world join together in defiance of Islamic supremacism.
When you're down, when you feel discouraged, try this: Go to the petition and start reading the comments. The new ones are right up front, so you'll see something different every time you visit. After a page or two, your determination will probably fully recover. That feeling of determination is a precious resource. Preserve and protect it any way you can.