Pushback, Resistance, Dissent, and Conflict: Will You Participate?
“Disobedience, in the eyes of any one who has read history, is man’s original virtue. It is through disobedience that progress has been made, through disobedience and through rebellion.”
~ “The Soul of Man Under Socialism”. Essay by Oscar Wilde, 1891.
Time has passed, and the takeover of this country by the ruling ‘elite’ and their pawns in government has nearly been completed. The final stages of the building of a totalitarian state, and a “Global Reset” of humanity, are now fully underway. The left/right and the Democrat/Republican nonsense is not the solution to anything, and in fact, those adhering to one party or the other and taking sides are the real problem. Both are far mistaken, and have been used and co-opted to divide and fight against each other. Since no political solution concerning freedom is possible, the correct posture should be to abandon the political system entirely, and begin a consistent and sustained revolt against all government. Anything shy of this approach will fail.
In other words, mass disobedience is mandatory if relief from this horrendous tyranny is sought. Americans would do well to understand the power they posses as individual citizens working together to cause a defection from this state apparatus. In Italy currently, 50,000 restaurants have opened in complete defiance to state orders. The numbers are too large for the pathetic governing system there to defend against, and so this civil disobedience is bringing freedom back to the citizenry. This is exactly what is necessary, and it could happen here on a much larger scale if only people act in concert with each other instead of remaining divided. This does not require all to be together in protest; it only requires many to participate from afar. It does not have to be a formal operation, but can be constructed by mass communication means. It is happening in Italy, Poland, Mexico, and other parts of Europe, so why can’t Americans do this here as well?
As with any act of rebellion, there can be risks, and in fact, there will be risks and there may even be conflict. But the more that participate in disobedience, the less likely tha
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