posted on Sep, 22 2015 @ 06:15 PM
We are the current that drives the circuit, we power the globe.
We toil in the farms and the factories, we're the very bread and butter of those who continually walk all over us, destroy the world and commit
murder apparently on our behalf. We maintain their systems, operate their transport and give them a comfortable life.
We've already acknowledged the truth that we have power. We've seen the power of protest and social media - some of us even think TPTB live in fear
that we will one day wake up and rise up.
We have the power of social media still at our fingertips, we can communicate instantly with millions of like-minded people all over the world. Some
people would happily take that power from us, in fact there are probably some already trying.
The number of people waking up continues to increase, we've got movements like Anonymous and Occupy. Support for these causes is greater than ever.
People the world over are sick of the few destroying the world with disregard for the majority. Sick of wars, sick of people fleeing their country en
masse, sick of murder being carried out on their unwilling behalf and being told that they too, have blood on their hands.
Posting videos on YouTube and protesting social inequality is great but it seems to be achieving nothing. We're chucking firecrackers at a tank that
will eventually destroy us doe to our inability to act. But inaction is one of our greatest power.
Regular Joe Schmoes drive it all, the economy, industry, the world. Without Joe, profits are gone, comforts gone, luxuries are gone. The typical Joe
Schmoe is used to that having knocked his pan in all his life for a meager pittance. The elite are not so used to such situation. They destroy and
corrupt unions because they fear them. The unification of the regular Joe Schmoes the world over must surely be a terrifying prospect for the
few...and it has never been more possible or necessary than it is now. Not tomorrow.
Here's what I think needs to be done to help restore equality and peace. I don't think it would be easy, but I think it's the only real non-violent
but effective way for humanity to tell these idiots that it ain't happening no more.
1. Stockpile supplies for a bit. Craft some meme, social media crap - something iconic like that damned Guy Fawkes mask. Something that will inspire
people and get their attention and help spread the word. You'd need hashtags!
2. During the stockpiling of goods and spreading of the message set a date - I can see it now, a huge image giving the specific times for every
international timezone that exists - this is the offset of inaction and it shall be harmonious - being shared by millions on social media. Humans
aren't enemies with each other or at least need not ought to be. The unification of the people the world over has never been more possible than it is
now. We outnumber the monsters vastly.
3. On the agreed date everything stops for 24 hours, an international day of inaction. this is our greatest power and phase one of the message -
Without us there is nothing for the monsters. There are supplies should things become nasty. destroy the enemy by staying at home with your families
and sitting in the dark, eating cold beans for a day or so. No doubt an acoustic guitar and some cumbaya
will be involved there, somewhere...and why not?
4. Things resume and the next date is already set - if the initial phase does significantly well enough more people may be inspired to take part in
the following phase.
5. Continue this until something gives This is non-violent. This is the united human race's way of parading their nukes and tanks through a city. It
would take a long time to destroy the world economy by firing missiles and guns but in reality the people of this world can probably do it without
getting out of bed.
Sure, a lot of folks will initially think it's a silly idea, it sounds like it and I realise that. But it isn't really, it's a mass protest, like
the kind you'd see in any city centre of a hot summers day - they're pretty common these days. Only it's a concerted, worldwide event. Do I think
enough people would initially have the nuts and/or guts to participate in the initial phase? In the current global climate, hell yes. Yes I do.
Enough to make a serious dent, cause enough panic and thus inspire more people to participate.. You can go to your work if you like...but you'll find
it difficult doing your job if mr x, y and z ain't there to do theirs. I can live without spark for a few days, without running water even. The
circuit needn't be destroyed - just no current. The enemy can be destroyed simply by doing nothing.
Naturally, I'm not suggesting that anyone goes out and actually tries to initiate this plan...you'd most likely be accidentally shot in the face
several times or commit suicide by repeatedly bashing yourself over the head with a mallet.
But it's a nice idea, any thoughts? If someone or a group were to attempt to do such a thing they'd have to be pretty covert about it I'd say, and
clever, because someone would try and shut that madness down as quickly as possible...and that would be a true testament to just how powerful an idea
it actually is.