CIVIL RESISTANCE TACTICS: Many people think that either you have fair elections and a working justice system or you go directly to violent civil war. This is not the case. People like Soros and the CIA know this isn’t the case because they have had plenty of success with “color revolution” civil resistance tactics.

[I have not reviewed this material but am posting it anyway because we need to learn how to use effective, nonviolent tactics and strategies. ABN]

It seems like too many people here think that either you have fair elections and a working justice system or you go directly to violent civil war. This is not the case. People like Soros and the CIA know this isn’t the case because they have had plenty of success with “color revolution” civil resistance tactics.

These tactics are not used to signal moral superiority; they’re used because they’re the most effective tactics. These tactics are studied in war colleges for this reason.

Why can’t conservatives in the US seem to figure this out? Where are the leaders? Where’s the conservative version of Soros? Where are the organizations?

American conservatives need to learn the tactics that communists have been perfecting for the last 100+ years because this is what works:

198 Methods of non-violent action

Books on Civil Resistance by Gene Sharp

Civil Resistance Tactics in the 21st Century

It only takes 3.5% of the population (peak participation) to succeed

It isn’t just protest marches and rallies. Not understanding this is why we lose.

Read about Common Misconceptions — Nonviolent action has nothing to do with passivity, submissiveness, and cowardice; just as in violent action, these must first be rejected and overcome.

Lastly, here’s the history of what happened before 1776:

Before Lexington: Resistance, Politics, and the American Struggle for Independence, 1765–1775 – (full book) — Describes civil resistance campaigns of 1765 to 1775 opposing the Stamp Act of 1765, the Townsend Acts of 1767, and the Coercive Acts of 1774. Citing Sharp’s Politics of Nonviolent Action, the authors divide methods of nonviolent action into the three categories of nonviolent protest and persuasion, noncooperation, and nonviolent intervention.

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We especially need to get this knowledge into the hands of organizers, influencers, and sponsors!

Also see the CTH three tier political strategy that starts at the local level with the GOP takeover precinct strategy which only requires 0.3% MAGA voters to achieve.

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