Whether or not you're in the USA...
1. Write to all the corporations which were major donors to Republican candidates.
(Virtually all of them are multi-national corporations with operations in your own country.
This includes firms such as Ford Motors/Jaguar and Daimler-Chrysler.)
Explain to them why you're boycotting their products and services,
EVEN IF they also supported non-Republican candidates:
as Bush himself says, you're either with us or against us;
there is no neutral ground.
Follow through on your words. Money talks.
If you own stock shares in those firms, also write to their department of
share-holder relations, explaining why you're dumping their stock.
Write to the managers of your pension funds to tell them
why they shouldn't invest in those firms.
2. If you're a member of any organizations with involvement in out-of-town
conventions, urge them to boycott events held within the USA,
and to avoid choosing the USA when selecting venues.
Avoid travel to the USA whenever possible.
When it's not possible to avoid such travel, avoid using USA airlines,
and minimize your stay and your expenditures within the USA.
For each potentially affected city in the USA, write to the respective
Chamber Of Commerce and the municipal and state departments of tourism,
explaining your feelings and intentions.
If you're NOT a US citizen, write to your elected representatives as follows...
3. Urge your government to propose resolutions at the UN, the EU, etc.,
condemning the USA for threatening international peace and order.
The mere introduction of such resolutions, even if defeated, can have significant effects.
4. Iran and North Korea are next on the list for Bush's advisors.
For people who oppose and fear the USA's present course,
it's time for all of us to temporarily put aside our negative feelings
toward Iran & North Korea.
Suggest to your government that your country should form a mutual-defense
pact with those countries, in the case of aggression from the USA --
to expire as soon as the USA unequivocally promises non-aggression against them.
This is NOT mere melodramatic symbolism:
the welfare of ALL nations is threatened, directly or indirectly,
by the ideology and policies of the Bush administration.
Two days after the election, Bush and his supporters were already
triumphantly announcing that their narrow victory is a "mandate" for their ideology,
that the election empowers them with "political capital"
which needs to be promptly spent in the expansion of their policies.
Many of you (outside of the USA) blame us who are in the USA for what is happening,
even though almost 50% of us oppose Bush.
Yet IN YOUR OWN COUNTRIES, even more of the people (over 70%) oppose Bush:
so why aren't you applying proportionately greater pressure on
your own government to oppose the USA vociferously and unrelentingly?
Urge your friends to join you in all the above actions.