posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 04:20 PM
I think violence begets violence, as dog begets dog and blood begets blood.
You are talking about protesting and fighting highly armed police forces, and if they fail, better armed militia. You'll eventually die as they do in
Syria, and have no recourse.
If you wish to have an alternative, you have to create one. An alternative to government, corporations, police etc... requires that you live entirely
outside of the confines of the "system" you currently live in. If you are dependent on this "system" in any way shape or form, you are forced to
live by the rules that the "system" produces.
All your taxes go to support the "system". Short of finding a route from within the "system" to support your causes then, you are a slave to what
ever rules they implement and choose to enforce. You can easily be dispersed, even in large crowds and be shot etc... There isn't any point in saying
that you are not one of the crowd in your defence.
Instead of doing what these protesters are doing: If you are really determined to do so, find leaders who support your cause, who are in fact capable
of finding you a peaceful alternative. If you feel the "system" is against you, then the only way to fight, if you are looking to win, is to find
something more powerful than the most powerful piece of the "system" that can be used against you - because anything you physically do, can cause
escalation on the police/militia front. Short of becoming China, I doubt that you will likely win.
This is why I advocate trying to live independently of the system. If you are truly organized and concerned about your future, there should be nothing
standing in your way of setting up a manual labour farm, with a group of friends. Of course, this doesn't come without a good deal of sacrifice. But
the alternative is to allow the officers/"system" have it's way, and have you conform to it. Any change then, is what you can figure out how to
achieve from within it, without going opposite the flow of the river.
I personally believe that things are only going to get worse - but I also believe that worsening crisis will pull together the smarter birds of a
feather who will ultimately establish an independent society that is capable of cookie cutting itself - and this is what will survive.