Thursday, 18 March 2010

Call for Civil Disobedience - a worldwide strike by the oppressed

The blogosphere and meeting places have been alight with anger, outrage, frustration. And questions about how to defeat our tyrannical 'masters' that make our lives a living hell.
Gandhi found non-compliance to be an effective tool to defeat his masters. And he was just one man.

Imagine what we could achieve, if we made a concerted effort, for a given number of days.

The fact is, the corporations want our money. The government needs our money. The 'mainstream' media are the mouthpieces of these monsters. And all of them are the cause of our misery.
If we starve them of it for a spell, how would that affect them?

We've lost the ability to think for ourselves because we've been programmed not to. If we cease to tune into their propaganda and instead, explore the alternative media, we see a different picture from the one they want us to see. We think for ourselves and join up the dots.

We have been little short of terrorised by their scare stories, their unwarranted use of and threat of force, their fines, their toxic products, their lies - to do their dirty bidding. They enrich themselves at our expense. Every time.

The Greeks and the Icelanders have woken up and taken action. The tyranny we face is on a par with theirs, if not greater, and yet we do bugger all about it. Our MPs don't give a jot - they're not listening to us. They're listening to their party whips, as they eye that juicy job within their grasp if they ignore us. So they do.

So let's learn from the Greeks, the Icelanders, Gandhi - and make our 'strike' international. After all, the entire civilised world is facing tyranny simultaneously.

And as Old Holborn says, we outnumber them. They cannot afford non-compliance on such a massive scale. Success frequently starts from small beginnings, as American patriots will tell you. As Gandhi demonstrated.

Visit the original post on Fausty Writes for full info and updates. I’m going to do this. It is time WE actually started doing things as opposed to just writing about these globalist bastards.

It is to occur April 15-18.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm glad you're taking this up, Big Yin. This is something we can all do, and it won't even be an effort.

Some people say that there's no point stocking up beforehand, then not buying on the strike days. I agree. But then do we need all the things that we buy?

Why buy less? Because everything you buy sends 17.5% to the government. Starve the guzzling beast! Don't feed it!

Instead of buying from Tesco or other corporations, buy from your local small shops - they probably desperately need the custom, to stay afloat. It's unlikely they'll get credit, unlike the big boys.

If it costs a little more to shop at these small shops, buy a little less. You'll be helping them and in the long run, all of us.

I'm moving my savings to a small, viable building society - out of the clutches of the global banks.

I hope others do the same.