Posted 1 year ago on Dec. 10, 2011, 1:09 p.m. EST by alexnicoletti
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For this movement to succeed it must remain non-violent. There are two problems with violent revolution as a means of change.
1). It is expected and when it is used it justifies even the most extreme use of violence by the controlling 1% (actually .001%). They know it well; they invented it as a means of controlling the people and the 1% would love for the movement to turn violent. By accomplishing this, the 1% can quickly not only put down the rebellion but also introduces greater control over the people by developing and instituting an overt fascist government (as compared to the covert one we have now).
2). The other problem is that if it worked. That the use of: mass riots, armed rebellion, military insurrection, guerrilla warfare, large scale sabotage would actual bring down the 1%. The problem is then, that there would be infighting as what often follows such rebellions and the strongest psychopaths will take control and what we’d have is basically the same problem with a different group of psychopaths as the controlling 1%.
Now there are efforts attempting to move the movement towards violence. They are external and internal elements from both the 1% and the 99%. On the 1% side there is police brutality, city and town governments limiting and restricting our 1st amendment rights. Also they are using infiltration, which is for the most part “sleepers” waiting for orders and gathering information. Now on the 99% side there are people that are sincerely very angry-justifiably so and want to act on their anger. There are psychopaths looking to take control by creating chaos and sociopaths who are looking to have some destructive fun and are not at all concerned about how there actions harms the movement.
I have created two Internet groups based on the warrior tradition to head of the violence as described above. Now please don’t misunderstand the tradition, as the 1% would like you too. We are not about making war we are about bringing an end to it. We are not limited to any particular means of doing so however we are limited by a code of conduct or honor, which are self-imposed limits that always promote the least possible harm.
These groups are open to anyone. Although not everyone that will join these groups are warriors, they will be trained and those that have the inherent nature of a warrior will remain and those that don’t will not. The hope is that strong warrior groups will be ready worldwide by spring to serve and protect the movement.
I’ll be in NYC developing the group here: https://www.nycga.net/groups/warrior-group Currently I’m the only one in this group so please I urge others to join and pass the word!
The international group was just started yesterday and has close to 40 people already: http://www.facebook.com/groups/212974235445351/?ref=notif¬if_t=group_r2j