“Hey, isn’t this another Online Meetup thread? This is a honeypot!”
Walks take all identifying actions and locations offline. With all meeting places being public, no illegal activities being conducted, meetups occurring literally anywhere, and your identifying outfit being non-distinguishing from the average person, the risk of a honeypot operation is nearly non-existent.
“What if Antifa wears a white shirt to get me!?”
First, use Zig Forums-tier humor. Seriously. A true user will very often enjoy Zig Forums humor and faking legitimate amusement is very difficult. Normies who respond positively might also be good for redpilling anyway. Feel uneasy about someone’s response? Just disengage and use your plausible deniability. Trust your gut, it’s right most of the time.
Second, don’t be a massive pussy. If in the rare chance an Antifa was brave enough to take off the ninja shit and attack you let alone find you in all the possible locations you might be, onlookers would see it only as an unprovoked and unjustified attack on an innocent person. In fact, if subversives become paranoid about all people who wear white shirts and hats, they’ll likely attack normies as well or even each other. And remember, Antifa have weak upper body strength due to their soy-filled diets. You can take a punch from one if you needed to and use it as an opportunity to punish them in legal and justified fashion.
“You’re just a glownigger trying to get me v&. I know your tricks!”
There is no organization on Earth that has the resources to post subversive agents at every potential park, library, city hall, or other general location in Western countries to maybe-possibly find a guy in a white shirt and hat who is participating in this and at the same time is interesting enough to justify the cost. It is simply impractical. What would be more practical is concern trolling fear of this idea or leveraging disgust responses on certain imageboards to convince anons not to participate. If you want extra security, leave your cellphone at home and stay off similar devices while out on your completely legal and innocent Walk.
“I meet people just fine already, so why should I go walking instead?”
Participating in a Walk does not preclude you from socializing, shitposting, or whatever else you do in your life. Want to go to a folk metal concert and meet some based pagans? Go for it. Want to spout redpills at church till you have your buddies gearing up to retake Jerusalem? Go for it. In fact, I encourage it. You don’t need to stop doing any other activity to participate in a Walk.
The reason why you might still consider participating though is that a Walk provides an opportunity to meet people you normally wouldn’t meet. Programmers might meet martial artists, or businessmen might meet activists, or artists might meet soldiers. Those are great connections to make that might not happen in your normal life, and is the major networking value a Walk can provide.
“But my city has many parks and sidewalks. Where should I go in [Insert City]?”
Go about your day and visit well-trafficked areas that correspond to the OP’s location suggestion around the specified times. Other anons may or may not select the same place or time, but participate enough and eventually you’ll encounter one another. It takes just one handshake to forge a lifelong connection. Keep that in mind.
“So I’m just going to wander around and hope I see someone? Sounds boring.”
Bring a book. Get some exercise. Chat with strangers. Clean up some trash. Shitpost on your phone. Breathe fresh air. Amuse yourself while on location like a normal person and keep an eye out for other anons. Just remember your purpose is to meet anons. The rest is just bonus.
“I can’t make it to the suggested location. I guess I’ll just not do anything then…”
You can still participate by wearing the outfit. The location and time suggestion are to help improve the odds of meeting another user, but by simply wearing the outfit on that day in places with other people you have a chance to find a fellow user. On that day if you see someone with a white shirt and hat, try chatting with them. They might be an user who couldn’t make it to the place either.