80-20 has the responsibility to warn you early about approaching political danger. See the 8 explicit dire warnings issued by EF in the last 17 months, shown below.
YOU need to hear the warnings & respond immediately to deter the oppressors from treading on us, and strengthen our defense.
How to respond cost-effectively? Money talks. If half of the estimated 100,000 AsAms, who have read EF's warnings, would each have sent in $100, EF's war chest would have been boosted by $5 million* during those few months. Politicians would have been impressed to no end; ceased their aggressive policy against us & perhaps seek to befriend us.
Result: Problem solved. It's that simple. You wouldn't have to worry about being an innocent victim any more. 80-20's war chest would be $5 million*larger, which would indeed indirectly protect you further. America becomes a more perfect union. It's a win-win-win.
*Note (1) EF Board Members don't benefit from a large war chest. You do; and
(2) Endowment for the Jewish AIPAC org. is $140 million; its annual
expenditure is $60 million. So EF has a long way to go to catch up.
The Real Situation
The real world situation is disappointing at first. However, 80-20 deeply believes that its supporters are highly educated, very smart and learn quickly.That is why EF is reviewing the past, detailed below, with you.
Mission accomplished THIS time. Will EF be as successful the next time? My guess is "NO!" unless each of us will do our share to forge unity within the AsAm community, before it is too late. Things will likely get tougher.
Respond to this Call To Action to lessen your chance of being a victim!
[UC, Berkeley, Stanford, U of MI and UC, Davis were the four which started
the campus wide communication to protect scientists of Chinese origin. Since then,8 other universities have joined. They are U DE, Princeton, Rice, Yale, U MD, Case Western Reserve, Columbia, and MIT. We need more.]
We learn from our mistakes and move on to be smarter and stronger. Beware: we are a very small minority; we can't afford too many mistakes.