It's a great idea. Remember the justice chants in the FA Cup a couple of years ago, also against Arsenal? Even Thierry Henry was moved to mention it, it was so effective. It could not be ignored. Even the commentators had to acknowledge it.
The only issue I see is getting enough whistles in the ground, getting the word out to bring them. And people who do know being arsed to bring them, as obviously apathy is a big issue, and people would actually have to go out their way to get a whistle (I know, it's no big thing, but some people...)
Grabbing onto to Terry's excellent idea, but simpler, perhaps a chant, that can be started by a core and grow is the way to go? Something that cannot be ignored, cannot be misinterpreted?
To the same tune as 'Justice for the ninety six', something like "yanks out, reclaim our club' (I'm no wordsmith, obviously) for the first 15 minutes of every game...do it at home, it will catch on there and away.
Or maybe I'm chatting bollocks.