Originally posted by nimo
More pertaining to the thread, I have been reading around, and I've come to the realization that a massive counter-offensive could be performed, and
it would be much like a cout-de-etat (not sure if I spelled that right)
Coup d´Etat is too risky without some serious financial backing. Still it may come to that, but preferably I´d like to see a non-violent solution if
at all possible.
Originally posted by Nolkyan
Let's show them what they see already, but don't interpret. Show them how they have been the victims of a tyranny slowly putting the pieces into
place, and show them that there IS a way to thwarting tyranny, and champions to aid them
Well spoken. Naturally Aliens, Abductions and Deep underground bases need to be missing from the Manifesto (see previous posts). I still believe the
media holds the key to bring this house of cards down. All it needs is a group of people who trust each other (tough) and the will to do it.
I guess generally speaking this is what Phil Schneider was doing before he died. So I´ll best make sure that I will not become another Schneider by
being just an ranting individual and ending up the same. No way. Coordination, action plan, execution.
And what if there is no such thing as a NWO? At least we would have had our fifteen minutes of fame, unfortunatly followed by fifteen years of hard
time in a federal prison. In any case everyone who mentioned that this board is not the place to devise and publicise these plans is more than
correct, what is most likely needed for starters is a new policical party or foundation with a legitimate front and, as much as I hate to say it, a
militia branch which can carry out covert operations and infiltrations.
Is this too far fetched? I think not. Although it´s very easy to make such a statement from the relative safety of being anonymous behind a keyboard
somewhere; being out there promoting in the real word is a whole different ball game.
To close, Libertarianism does not equal anarchy by any means, check ISIL carefully, only minimalisation of government influence is called for, not
abolishment thereof. There are several U.S. Senators in office right now who are confessed Libertarians, which has nothing to do with Liberalism I
It´s a start.