I have to admit. I did not read the wall of words. Your thoughts turned me off early, so after a few paragraphs, I just scanned for key ideas.
Branding is part and parcel of changing hearts and minds. opencarry.org is easily remembered, and each time it is mentioned on the news, it gets new hits. It's not so much that people don't want OC; they don't know that OC is legal most places. As more and more people find out it is OK, they will OC more and more. As more and more people see routine OC, even more will OC.
Ya got some tin-foil-hat stuff there, buddy. Part of the reason I stopped reading and started scanning.
Final point: You are preying on emotion, much like the antis do. The reaction to OC events that you predict would result in an avalanche of 911 calls. That doesn't happen. Most OC events are well-publicized in advance (part of "branding") and are extremely peaceful and law-abiding. Folks just take it in stride. When we had our OC blood drive, a few weeks back, some folks didn't notice, others didn't care, many stopped and talked to us. No one called 911. Not one officer came by.
opencarry.org, lawful and routine OC, publicized events, ration (as opposed to emotion), and every other technique advocated by John and Mike work.
Folks, just keep doing what you're doing. Keep making OC more routine, civil, rational, and safe.