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Comment: Too many people are still in the Matrix

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Too many people are still in the Matrix

These people are deeply vested in the system staying exactly as it is. They will viciously fight anyone trying to take their benefits away. Think all police, government employees, military industrial complex, etc. THEY WILL KILL YOU, and not blink an eye.

In my humble opinion, we should follow in the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Ron Paul. We should all be the change that we want to see in the world. We cannot change anything outside of ourselves (I don't even have any control over my wife).

My grandfather had this to say when he was asked why he never attended church: "I would rather see a sermon than to hear one." Let others learn through you example.

Just start disobeying and refuse to follow orders. Pay off your debts and take most or all of your money out of the banks. Stop supporting big evil corporations. Stop buying crap that you don't need. Increase your use of cash. learn a skill with the goal of working for yourself for cash. Look at every public official with disgust. Laugh at them. Shame them. Stop voting. If you get selected for jury duty, practice jury nullification and only convict those who have committed a tort. You get my point. There are virtually hundreds of other ways to peacefully resist.

Be prepared with at least 30 to 60 days worth of food, water & supplies.

Lastly, you NEVER want to give the Beast any excuse to institute martial law and direct it's killing machine against you and your families. They can kill millions at a time. They have no empathy and will show no mercy.

An armed march on D.C. is a very, very bad idea.

Add your own ideas to the above. There are a lot smart people on this site. Love to all of you.

Good post by rpcongress.

“Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.”― Henry David Thoreau