In the end, I did not end up handing the leaflets to passersby. If I could get somebody to accompany me, even if he doesn’t actually participate, then I might do so. Instead I affixed them to utility poles that others had clearly been using for that purpose. I don’t know if, technically, it is legal to do so but if it is a violation of some sort, then a lot of people are ignoring it.
In addition to the leaflets, I’ve put a large sign on the back of my car that reads “QUESTION DIVERSITY”. I was inspired Countenance (see comment below). I have it set up so that I can remove the sign on work days. Hopefully, it will get some people thinking.
Ultimately, I’d like to have a collection of leaflets, each one highlighting a different “taboo” subject. One could be about black/white rape statistics. Others could have more libertarian messages. I would set up a chair and small table and allow people to take them as they pass by. The theme would be “taboo subjects are good for your mind” or something of that nature.
I’d like to point out that these activities, and this blog itself, were largely motivated by the interference, and sabotaging, of the last two American Renaissance conferences. If the leftist power structure will not allow us to assemble peacefully and in private, then we must take our case to the streets. It is the only logical course of action for us.