You have an important message to share, but have no money, no tech skills and are in a rush.
Use the free Wakelet app to create a website for any purpose - fund raising, campaigns, advocacy... Pick what you'd like to be in your website - URLs, images, PDFs or videos... Choose how you want to display your content. Publish your website and you're good to go. It's fast and easy to use. Did I mention the app is free?
Wakelet websites display well on phones, tablets or laptops. And you can even update the content on it at any time. Here's how I created this website in an hour with Wakelet. Try out Wakelet, the next time you have to create a website in a hurry.
How to create a Rapid Response website for free
Pick your content. Cut-and-past the URL into Wakelet. Upload images. Add YouTube links.
Design, publish and share your Rapid Response website
Choose the layout for your website. I used MoodBoard for this website which is more visually appealing. Publish your website.
This automatically generates a URL like https://wakelet.com/wake/5zeUHIFcFT5Ejg6nU1x_l and a QR Code.
What is it about would-be dictators?
"Trump’s affinity for authoritarian figures is well established. When he was in the White House, he boasted of his relationships with people like North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and Russian President Putin.
But Trump’s latest praise for some of the world’s biggest strongmen and his comment that he wouldn’t be a dictator “except for Day One” has alarmed Trump’s critics, who say they fear the former president would veer even further to the right if re-elected. They point to Trump calling his political enemies “vermin,” a dehumanizing word that echoes fascist dictators such as Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, and second-term plans being drafted by Trump allies they claim would upend the norms of government.
In October, Trump lauded Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has described his own governing style as an “illiberal democracy.” “There’s a man, Viktor Orbán, did anyone ever hear of him?” Trump said. “He’s probably, like, one of the strongest leaders anywhere in the world,” before misidentifying him as the “the leader of Turkey.”
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