posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 04:51 AM
ghandi's methods of passive resistance have always been a favourite of mine, and are almost tailor made for the situation. as it stands, violent
resistance is what "they" would hope for, if "they" exist. it gives them the opportunity to speed up the process. it's harder to do than violent
resistance, and not nearly as sexy, but given the situation at the moment it seems the best option.
the truth is, we don't know who are the sheep and who is the shepherd, or if there is a shepherd. killing sheep is pointless because there are so
many sheep, and it's also a bit evil, so i don't think its a good idea. passive resistance allows you to stem the flow if the shepherd doesn't
exist, maybe even divert it or reverse it altogether, and if there is a shepherd, there is nothing they can do that doesn't strengthen your case and
make the same resistance more effective.
the only thing that's required for it to work is staying power. it has already started, and it is working, so join in and help.