10 New Year’s Re-Solutions For Non-violent Rebellion
December 28, 2010
As the United States edges closer to becoming a third world country
frustration, and cynicism continue to mount in the minds of the American population.
In fact, a recent Pew Research poll
showed that 80% of baby boomers are pessimistic about America’s future.
This pessimism seems warranted as authentic political solutions
appear to be in short supply in our corporate state.
The democratic political system is now clearly run by crony cartelism
The multinational banks have hijacked the economy and are openly looting the public.
Mounting and impossible-to-pay off debt is crippling local
governments. The entire spectrum of our rights continues to degrade.
Crimes that would land regular citizens in jail are now openly being
committed by the elite and their organizations with no justice. And
perhaps most telling, the power structure is establishing a control
grid to eliminate due process for the Internet and beyond to stifle any
Given the current situation, it can seem impossible to affect real
change. However, the exact opposite is the case. The only reason the
system is maintained is because the majority still acquiesce to it.
However, change won’t come by electing new establishment politicians,
because no matter how noble they may be they still must play the
corrupt game. Change won’t come through violent protests or offensive
cyber hacktivism, as that only invites and justifies the creeping
police state. We must stop accepting and supporting the system,
individually, in order to change it.
Because our representative democracy has become a fraud, and the media
and courts are clearly shills for the oligarchs, our only action appears
to be non-violent rebellion; one person and community at a time. We
can expose the crimes and immorality of the corporate state through
civil disobedience and conscientious objection. We can punish
multinational companies who commit flagrant fouls on humanity and the
environment by boycotting them. Additionally, we can peacefully regain
our liberty by becoming less dependent on the system for our basic
Here are ten solutions through non-violent activism:
1. Buy Local Food: One of the most powerful cartels
that has their tentacles into government is the food cartel. Their
agenda has been to control the basic resources of food (corn, wheat,
soy, rice). The best way to conquer this cartel is by eating local; produce your own food, join and contribute to local cooperatives, and engage your neighbors and community for more local food solutions.
Local co-ops are also a great place to trade locally crafted goods
and even services. Obviously, do your best to avoid GMO food and eat
organically when you can. Finally, be vocal and active in your
opposition to GMO foods and the cartel control of the FDA.
2. Become More Self-Sufficient: Our modern society has
made us dependent on something or someone other than ourselves for
most necessities such as electricity, food, water, medicine, security,
and education. This dependence puts us at the direction or disposal of
the cartel state. Therefore, the only entity that has the power to
grant us liberty is ourselves; and we can take back our independence
through self-sufficiency. Being self-sufficient means learning skills that will help you and your family survive economic downturns
or other emergencies. These skills may also help you to be less
dependent on your job as they’ll make you a useful independent producer.
Lead your neighborhood and community toward production and away from
3. Get Healthier: The increasing pace of life seems to
offer a wealth of distractions from the importance of living a truly
healthy and free life. Our modern world offers easy choices
like fast-food in place of fresh produce; TV in place of reading,
exercise, or meditation; Internet social networks in place of
meaningful personal relationships, etc. Identify the areas lacking in
your own life and resolve to make the necessary changes that will
increase your physical fitness, mental acuity, and your spiritual
evolution. These three areas are what truly sustain us in both good
times and bad — not smart phones, computer games, and the virtual
4. Buy Silver and Gold: America desperately needs a
monetary revolution before the dollar experiment completely collapses.
Like all revolutions this must start from a groundswell of rebellious
action. A good place to start is to convert your devaluing dollars to
physical gold and silver. This will punish the banks, especially JP Morgan
and the Federal Reserve, as well as protect your assets. Furthermore,
if the dollar continues to collapse, silver and gold may well become a
viable currency in society once again, as it already is in some parts of Michigan. Buying junk silver is something anyone can afford to do and is highly recommended.
5. Expose the Agenda: The “agenda” is one of
consolidation of wealth, power, and control in every facet imaginable.
The international elite are approaching near one-world control, which
they call full spectrum dominance of economies and societies.
In other words; national, local, and individual sovereignty is all but
gone. It is extremely important to engage your local community,
especially community leaders and police, to reiterate their obligation
to serve the local community
under the Constitution, and not to follow illegal Federal demands.
Above all, do not give in to the temptation of apathy as you begin to
learn more about the systems of control. These systems first count on
your ignorance, then they count on laziness. Finally, say what you
stand for such as peace, liberty, and genuine justice with even more
force than shouting about what you oppose.
6. Boycott: In the U.S. it has become obvious that a
system has taken hold which is economically designed for one thing:
consumption. This is the value that each person has been given from
birth. So, one key way to assert your power and value in such a system
is to vote with your wallet. Every purchase you make either
contributes to, or boycotts this corporatist structure. Become aware
of who the real owners are and what inhumane practices are behind the
products you purchase, so that you can make intelligent choices that
support your health and promote justice. Additionally, it is important
to learn the true contents of the products you buy, so that you don’t
fall prey to slick advertising and corporate misdirection. Join or
create campaigns to educate shoppers and force better labeling of
products so it is easier for others to consciously boycott them.
7. Local Politics: Forget wasting any of your energy
and resources on Federal politics — they have sold out long ago to the
higher authorities that fund their multi-million dollar campaigns.
Instead, get involved in small town politics and community initiatives.
The future will be built from the ground up, starting right in your
own neighborhood. Local politics is where you can affect tangible
changes. Everything from removing chemicals from public water, to
throwing the TSA out of your local airport, or refusing military
recruitment or fusion centers in protest of the war on terror, can be
accomplished at the local level. Each minor victory will send shock
waves to other small communities and the country as a whole, so be sure
to document the steps you have taken to achieve victory, then share
your story for others to emulate.
8. Military refusal: Do not contribute to fraudulent
wars, and do not succumb to the pressure of feeling “unpatriotic.”
There are countless groups of veterans who have seen through the
government lies that have led to unnecessary deaths, as well as the
financial destruction of the country. There is, in fact, no more
patriotic action that can be taken than to demand that our military be
used properly to strengthen the country, rather than to weaken it. For
some, there is absolutely no excuse for war,
ever, and merely the act of showing up contributes to this
affliction. It is a profound resolution of courage to live by your
convictions. So, if opposing the fraudulent wars is your main issue,
file as a conscientious objector and contribute to peace instead of
war. As Gandhi said, “There is no path to peace; peace is the path.”
9. Don’t Use Banks: The banks have proven to be some
of the most immoral, dare we say “evil,” institutions on the planet.
Besides their Ponzi-style Wall Street casino and mortgage/foreclosure
fraud, they also profit heavily from wars, Mexican drug gangs, and fleecing the public. Some are finding their actions so horrific that they’d prefer to default on their debts
rather than give them another dime. That may be extreme given the
consequences; however, we can at least vow not to take on any new bank
financing of any kind — mortgages, credit cards, or car loans,
etc. Where possible, bank with local credit unions instead of the big
banks that make up the cartel. Another powerful action is to start or
support a regional competing currency. On the Federal level, we can tell our Congress reps to support Ron Paul’s effort to legalize competing currencies nationwide.
10. Tax Resistance: Becoming a tax resister is a
hardcore action of civil disobedience that comes with serious
consequences — unless of course you’re Tim Geithner
who gets to say “oops, my bad” in order to qualify as the head of
collecting said taxes. However, when the electoral process and
two-party system proves to be a farce, corporations clearly win on every
issue, and the will of the people is no longer represented in the
media or the courts, people are left with little choice but non-violent
rebellion in all its forms. Tax rebellion is often cited by
conscientious objectors who oppose how the government uses taxpayer
dollars to fund immoral deeds such as war, authorizing torture, building
the police state, and fraudulent bank bailouts. A second group of tax
protesters refuse to file because they don’t believe income taxes to
be lawful under the Constitution.
As the United States edges closer to becoming a third world country ; anger, frustration, and cynicism continue to mount in the minds of the American population. In fact, a recent Pew Research poll showed that 80% of baby boomers are pessimistic about America’s future.