"The Virtues of a Disorganized Resistance"

American opposition movements have always focused on the notion of
organization. It has always been their goal to organize the people.
Their hope has been to wield the collective power of the disaffected,
downtrodden, and exploited as a single unit against the concentrated
power of the ruling class. While their hope has been noble, their
methods have been foolish. Organized resistance has many drawbacks.
These drawbacks have seldom been discussed by the opposition. I believe
that the only effective resistance is a completely disorganized,
decentralized, and leaderless opposition. While, on the face of it, this
claim may impress you as absurd. Of course it seems absurd! It is
counterintuitive. Never the less, it is the ONLY method of resistance
that will work within American society. I will explain why organized
resistance has never worked in the United States. In addition, I will
promulgate a new formula for effective resistance so, read:

METHOD #2 - Determine the factors that create Revolutionaries, and seek these types of people out. See:

  METHOD#3 LINK HANDS, MAKE A RAINBOW COALITION In studying the LIBERTERIAN PERSONALITY, I realized I have a real problem communicating with these gun toting lumberjacks. They are of a different progressive strand than tree hugging liberals, though we should all be braided into one ROPE.

The far left of the progressive movent (MOI) is the Green Gaia, tree hugging, pro whale/dolphin/ seal lovie-dovies, PETA nuts, 100% anti war, who have empathy for peace and harmony, have their own way of communicating, whereas the progressive right, the 4x4 warmongering-haters of freedom have their macho way of talking. So I have to personally link more with them and speak their lingo.

Then there are the YOUNG PEOPLE. (Me being a senior.) Just today I am seeing  STUDENTS PICKETING outside every single University in America protesting the doubling of tuition fees   Non violent pickets mob protests, parades and such are a great tool and I said as much to my little EMAIL LIST (astrology at earth link net and you're on it, get new articles,) I wrote that up, saying wasn't it awe inspiring that the famed SDS of the 60's had come back and joined in, ditto the BLACK PANTHERS had reappeared, re organized, all angry as Hell about the college fees  issue. Pickets are lively and approach parties at dating bars in happy time vibes and invariably turn one time appearance members into regular groupies, addicted to meetings and pickets and these new, lofty friends that you really can't get at bars!

A Brit Pal didn't agree, wrote me:
Protest, protest...  Very ineffective way to activate changes...  The Ruling Elite has been expecting this for quite a while.  800 U.S. concentration camps weren't built for no reason.   Until the masses stop funding the Treasury at all levels, nothing will change except the bloating of prison population.  Americans, in general, are very meek and fearful.  The dumbdown is succeeding.  They pray a lot.  What a joke! Nobody prayed harder than those six million jews and all died terrible deaths. And they were GOOD at praying and supposedly had God by the elbow. You count yourself as close to the big guy??

OK, THAT IS METHOD #4. PRAY FOR ENERGY!! You can't pray for Oligarchs to dry up and blow away. No. There is only ONE area where praying has power, control and is super powerful. One can pray for ones own mental habits to change! Do that and you will get instant results that defy explanation, they're  miraculous. One can pray for bravery, audacity, steely nerve to go underground and not pay taxes. Pray for the strength to start and run an audacious cottage industry. Pray to blast past all mental blocks. I've seen first hand that THIS SELF TARGETED prayer works bigtime. So we can pray to become better activists and find ways to stop funding the treasury.

METHOD #5. TAKE AWAY THE SYSTEM'S MONEY!  It seems to me, if we all lose our jobs, treasury is going to be MEGA UNFUNDED! And when we all go into the black market businesses our talents fit us for......adios IRS! But if that's what it takes, stiffing the IRS, I guess I can make that sacrifice for my country.

METHOD #6, WRITE UP REAL EVENTS WHICH REUTERS DOES NOT CARRY. THE NEXT ARTICLE is from A.P. like Reuters, a big News org. It was in lots of newspapers but DOES NOT MENTION FACT that PICKETING STUDENTS were REORGANIZING AROUND SIXTIES GROUPS...Associated Press is Establishment to the max. To realize the SDS was back in town  I had to tune into NON COMMERCIAL radio, I heard it on public radio from people who were at the picket, SDS is back! Students for a democratic society. And black panthers were there too. See, that's the idea. throw  in that senior group the Teabaggers, add those southern Nullificationists, and now we're starting to have a REVOLUTION!

So tell me, what groups do you know of to make a RAINBOW COALITION?? Write me at astrology at earthlink net and tell me.

A.P. ARTICLE: Rowdy protester target funding cuts at US campuses


BERKELEY, Calif. Students staged raucous rallies on nationwide college
campuses Thursday in protests against deep education cuts that turned
violent as demonstrators threw punches and ice chunks in Wisconsin and
blocked university gates and smashed car windows in California.

At least 15 protesters were arrested by University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
police after as many as 150 students gathered at the student union then
moved to an administrative building to deliver petitions to the school

A woman who was allowed to go inside encouraged protesters to rush the
building after she emerged, university spokesman Tom Luljak said.

No serious injuries were reported in the melee that followed.

"We have no problem with a protest," Luljak said. "We do have a serious
problem when individuals decide to become violent."

Kas Schwerdtfeger, a national organizer for Milwaukee Students for a
Democratic Society, said demonstrators were peaceful but persistent in
approaching the hall.

"What we did was try to assert ourselves peacefully and nonviolently,"
Schwerdtfeger said. "Police started pushing, shoving, using mace on
somewhere around 20 to 25 people."

The school was among dozens of nationwide campuses hit with marches,
strikes, teach-ins and walkouts in what was billed as the March 4th
National Day of Action for Public Education.

Organizers said hundreds of thousands of students, teachers and parents
were expected to participate in the nationwide demonstrations.

The steep economic downturn has forced states to slash funding to K-12
schools, community colleges and universities to cope with plummeting tax

Experts said schools and colleges could face more severe financial trouble
over the next few years as they drain federal stimulus money that
temporarily prevented widespread layoffs and classroom cuts.

Some university officials said they supported the protests as long as they
remained peaceful.

"My heart and my support are with everybody and anybody who wants to stand
up for public education," University of California President Mark Yudof
said in a statement. "Public education drives a society's ability to
progress and to prosper."

In Wisconsin, more than 25,000 students have been put on a waiting list
after the state's premier financial aid program ran out of money because of
increased demand.

At the University of Illinois, about 200 professors, instructors and
graduate faculty marched through campus carrying signs that read "Furlough
Legislators" ? a reference to recent furloughs and 4 percent pay cuts
imposed on thousands of university employees.

The state is $487 million behind on payments to the University of Illinois.
State government has a budget deficit of $13 billion.

In Olympia, Wash., a group of about 75 protesters arrived at the Capitol
bearing a faux coffin emblazoned with the slogan "R.I.P. Education."

They were later ejected from the state Senate gallery after interrupting a
debate with a protest song that followed the tune of "Amazing Grace."

"I once could eat, but now I find, I can't afford the food," they sang.

Several Democratic senators applauded the performance, as security guards
escorted the protesters from the building.

In Northern California, rowdy protesters blocked major gates at two
universities and smashed the windows of a car.

Protesters at the University of California, Santa Cruz surrounded the car
while its uninjured driver was inside. Earlier, demonstrators blocked
campus gates.

University provost David Kliger said there were reports of protesters
carrying clubs and knives, but Santa Cruz police Capt. Steve Clark could
not confirm those reports. No arrests had been made.

An advisory posted on the school Web site urged people to avoid the campus
because of safety concerns.

At the University of California, Berkeley, a small group of protesters
formed a human chain blocking a main gate to the campus. Later in the day,
hundreds gathered for a peaceful rally.

"We're one of the largest economies in the world, and we can't fund the
basics," said Mike Scullin, 29, a graduate student in education who plans
to become a high school teacher. "We're throwing away a generation of
students by defunding education."

At the University of Texas at Austin, about 100 students and staff rallied
on campus to protest a 5.4 percent hike in tuition and fees approved by
regents a day earlier. Protesters complained the quality of education was
taking a backseat to the university's bottom line.

Officials said the tuition hikes, which include another 3.89 percent jump
for the fall of 2011, were necessary to avoid cuts in the face of declining
endowment payouts and an anticipated cut in state aid.

In Alabama, Broderick Thomas, a 23-year-old Auburn senior, attended an
annual higher education rally in Montgomery and said he feels "it's the
moral duty of the state to give back what they promised."

However, the chairman of the state Senate education budget committee, Sen.
Hank Sanders, D-Selma, curbed the enthusiasm, saying it would be hard to
find additional funds for higher education this year.

"I wish we could give all the money higher education needs," Sanders said,
as some in the crowd groaned. "We're having to cut up to $460 million out
of the budget the governor recommended."

Students, teachers, parents and school employees from across California
gathered in Sacramento for a midday rally at the Capitol to urge lawmakers
to restore funding to public schools.

Linda Wall, a state Department of Mental Health employee, said she had two
children attending Sacramento State University. Hikes in student fees and
mandatory furloughs for state workers have strained her budget.

"Their tuition has taken a big chunk of my paycheck and my paycheck is
shrinking, so it's a double whammy," Wall said.

Associated Press Writers Marcus Wohlsen in San Francisco, Robin Hindery in
Sacramento, Calif., David Mercer in Urbana, Ill., April Castro in Austin,
Texas, Bob Johnson in Montgomery, Ala., Curt Woodward in Olympia, Wash.,
and Dinesh Ramde in Milwaukee contributed to this report.

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