Tomorrow evening at around 9pm I will be uploading a trailer for our film documentary.
It will speak for itself so there’s no use my giving any sort of spoiler here.
When we do put it up, make sure you cut the lights, hit full screen mode and turn your sound up.
Its powerful but keep in mind it is only a trailer.
The completed project will take about four months, there’s a huge amount of work involved, and large portions will be on location.
What I need are people just like the people who have made it possible for Operation Frankish to go from a thought to what we are over a year later. People of action. People who give.
Its people who give and people of action that will enable us to create independent documentary film that will serve as a powerful tool in so many ways.
In this age its absolutely plausible for a documentary of this type to be seen by millions.
Not only in the UK, but outside of the UK as well.
As I have said many times, powerful film done well has the ability to resonate with people and be remembered more than the written word.
I need positive and go ahead people that see the obvious benefit in an information war.
I need people that can easily see that if a brilliantly made documentary film is watched by a huge number of people, then out of that number its inevitable that a % will not merely watch it, but watch it and be inspired to take action themselves.
This is not a work of fiction after all.
I need people with the vision to see how something well made and unique to its type has great potential to be picked up in all manner of ways that would elevate the audience even further.
There’s honestly no use you getting yourself into a foaming lather on the Internet over such pukes. If all people do is that then they’ll stay stuck on furious time and again, and I don’t think that’s good for anyone.
Its not as if it bothers the abusers in the slightest if you get all angry and aggressive but don’t take constructive actions. If anything they’ll be happy to think you are all angry and not doing anything. That’s how they think.
There is nothing that equals the power of the medium of film.
People are far more inclined to sit and watch a real life film documentary than read a book or an article.
They are then far more liable to share the documentary than they’d ever pass a book around. Thanks to the Internet one click is now all it takes to share it almost anywhere.
A film documentary is far more likely to garner genuine interest from the mainstream media than anything anyone could ever write.
A film documentary of this type sends out a clear message that we are serious people who will undertake seriously ambitious projects in pursuit of better outcomes.
It sends out that message to everyone, to new people who view it, to public officials who are paid to protect society from such filth, to the abusers themselves.
Central to the documentary film will be – just the truth.
There is no requirement to do anything other than build it around truth and reality.
Truth has always been their nemesis.
Truth exposed them for what they are.
Truth brought them to my attention.
Operation Frankish was born out of that.
For all their crying, whining, and false victimhood, all we have ever really done is hold steadfast to the truth and made sure people got to know the truth.
We’ve never needed to threaten them or lay a glove on them. The exposure of the truth has always been more than sufficient to achieve all possible aims. The truth is more powerful than raw anger.
Do not think they will especially relish the release of this documentary. Think about it. Have they ever enjoyed the constant exposure in the press? Have they ever really enjoyed having to up sticks and move over and over because the neighbours find out and rightly don’t want them? Of course not.
There is nothing to ‘enjoy’ in that. Anyone that thinks othewise just isn’t thinking about it! They are known and rightly disliked and rejected across multiple parts of the North of England.
I doubt a well made documentary seen by millions across the UK will be particularly good for them.
I do think it will be vital to the very important mission to wake the many up to just how dangerous such people are, and just how liberally your local authority and judicial system treat them.
You want to change the present conditions?
Well, there is obviously progress there already. It very much seems like the Governments new legislation will be passed through in 2018.
Multiplying the maximum that one can get for a crime by ten fold is pretty unusual for the usually slow moving and uber cautious justice system. So when they do it – I’ll be nothing but pleased.
Anything of worth is created by doing work of good worth.
If your issue is legitimate, if your cause stands up on its own merits, then this is the sort of work that serious people will take seriously.
Serious people will not remember nor take seriously a facebook post in a comments section in which such offenders are called a “cunt”. Its not the calling of these abusers names that will alter anything. Its constructive actions that will alter the landscape.
One is easy and takes zero effort or commitment.
The other is tough but of pure value.
Its the latter people that I need to get right behind this.
I’d avoid the following as well, I see it quite a lot. Don’t promote the culture of despair.
I’ve learned to generally skim past or ignore anything that I consider to be written in the culture of despair mode.
Some examples of it at random.
Wallowing in pre emptive negativity and going on about ‘how the courts wont use their powers’.
Lets take this a bit at time.
There was a long standing issue with the maximum not being long enough. That IS about to be changed.
Getting into this cycle of future based despair wont help you and it wont help the cause.
If you ARE concerned that could happen then the very best thing you can DO about it is take some constructive action.
Making these issues a big public deal is the ONLY way to reduce the risk of that happening.
Its most certainly true that if you do not make a big public stir, then yes, it would become easier for new powers to go grossly under used. You can only prepare for the eventuality with good works. You cannot condemn judges in advance for future cases yet to occur.
Also, another good reason why I’d be wary of that slippery slope of thinking is that it just keeps on sliding and sliding. Consciously or otherwise, you finish up in a situation in which no matter what progress or advances are made, your inclination will be to seek out the one thing that’s a negative and focus on that. That does a person no good to get stuck on that.
If you want to know more about this film documentary there is a Q&A on this site and on our FB page.
We have had some people who have given generously to this ambitious plan. As always, we are very thankful to them.
However, leaving them to one side, its pretty important you play your part. It wouldn’t kill you to miss a few coffees, skip a few beers and take a rain check on take away – then donate that money to our production.
With it we can create something top class that can make a big impact.