The Art Of Resistance
This is my eighth year as a full-time Internet activist. The longer I’m fighting this “War on Evil”, the more I’m getting concerned with the effectiveness of resistance. No matter what our cause, liberty, false-flag terrorism, free Palestine, debt-free currency, New World Order, Illuminati, chemtrails, vaccination, cancer cures, drug prohibition, or historic revisionism, we must first and foremost make a conscious decision about what’s more important to us, being right or resisting effectively.
In most countries, the ‘ruling elite’ is more than happy for us to say, write and publish whatever we want, as long as nobody that matters listens to us. In fact, it’s a tell-tale sign of their power and confidence to let us – figuratively speaking – stand on a box in Hyde Park and scream our head off, while everybody around shakes his head and thinks to himself, ‘What a fool!’.
We must learn from great dissident leaders such as Malcolm X. The biggest mistake we can make as activists, he warned us, is trying to rally people behind a specific agenda before they are fully awake. Doing so only makes it easier for moles to paralyse us with infighting and lead us astray pursuing nonsensical goals. A good example is the Free Palestine movement which has been infiltrated by closet Zionists and is now wasting its time with useless grandstanding such as lobbying church investment groups. If the ‘pro-Palestinian’ activists really wanted to make a difference for the Palestinians, they would lobby politicians in Washington DC, where the decisions are made whether or not to support the ‘Jewish state’ with billions of dollars, state-of-the-art weaponry and consistent vetos in the United Nations Security Council.
Instead of openly pursuing a specific agenda, we need to put our sole focus on waking up as many people as possible. We are the avant-garde. Our job it is to convince the early adopters and recruit fellow evangelists. Our sole focus must be on presenting provable facts and leave it to people to come to their own conclusions and solutions. When writing, we must make it easy for people to do their own research, by properly referencing or at least pointing them in the right direction.
Even when focusing on provable facts, we need to be very clear who we are communicating with. Are we talking to family, friends, colleagues or casual acquaintances? To what extent are they already awake? Most people are so brainwashed by society, that if you do or say anything that contradicts the virtual reality created by the ‘Matrix’, they automatically think you are ‘weird’ or worse. So if you don’t want to lose your job, be crossed off your friends’ Christmas card list or have your children be ostracised by their friends and classmates, you better be careful what topic of conversation you choose, when trying to wake up someone who is still fast asleep.
[Hat tip: Machango]